Hamdard Public School organized a trip to the ‘KALAM MEMORIAL’ for the students of Classes 7 & 8 with the collaboration of Times NIE Students.
Kalam Memorial is one of the most awaited memorial Park of our Late President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. It was inaugurated at Dilli Haat, INA on July 30, 2016 to keep the legacy of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam alive in the heart of every Indian. The park is a biggest testimony of our undying love for the ‘Peoples’s President’ as he was fondly called. Dedicated to Dr Kalam and every child of India, the memorial continues to inspire score of visitors,especially young minds.
The park has on display his personal belongings, including books, spectacles, pen, clothes, writing pads, unpublished papers,audio-visual materials etc. which will continue to inspire youths around the world in the coming years.
Students have enjoyed the exhibition and learnt a many valuable teachings of Dr Kalam. Teachers who had accompanied the students stated that “Really, He is a Man ahead of His times, who gives us memories of a lifetime.”
Pics of the day!
Source: Ms. Afreen Thabassum, (Social Science Dept.)
Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Sr. Librarian, HPS
Hamdard Public School celebrates the 70th Independence Day of our country with a high spirit of patriotism and enthusiasm.
There was a special Independence Day Assembly arranged by Ms. Afreen and Ms. Nazli (Social Science Dept.). The program commenced with the Flag hoisting by the School Principal Mr. Zubair Ahmed Khan, followed by the significance of I-Day speech, glorified patriotic songs, poems and skit.
Through skit the students has presented the glimpse of various movements from history of freedom struggle: first group of students presented Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, second group presented the Non-Cooperation Movement, followed by the Dandi March and Quit India Movement.
A short and energetic speech has been delivered by our Principal, Mr Zubair Ahmed Khan which was filled with glory of our country and concluded at “Saare jahan Se Achcha, Hindustan Humara”.
The celebration came to an end by enchanting Our Rashtra Gaan “Jana Gana Mana” with full respect and a high spirit.
Pics of the Day:
Source: Ms. Afreen Thabassum
Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Librarian