“Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay
for a while, leave footprints in our hearts and are never, ever the same”

C. R. P. F Public School bid farewell to its Twelthies on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 in the school premises.
Decked in beautiful sarees and formal suits, these students gave impression of holistic persona nurtured in their Alma Mater.
The program commenced on a philosophical note as the school choir soulfully rendered the song “Zindagi Ek Safar Hain Suhana”, followed by Orchestra which presented a slice of school life. Both girls and boys of class eleven presented scintillating dance numbers on a medley of songs, “Disco Diwane”, “Hum ko Tum se Pyar Hain”.

Compliments were given to the students of Class 12. The teachers were called along with the students and each student was presented with a card, a folder and a pen. The teachers blessed the students and put Tilak.
The highlight of the function was the crowning ceremony. Ms. /Mr. CRPF and Lady/Gentleman of the evening were selected after three rounds of quiz, talent show and question round. Sasha Agarwal was crowned Ms CRPF and Prasad B. Mohite was adjudged Mr CRPF. Sarvagya bagged the title “Lady of the Evening” whereas Rahul Sharma bagged the “Gentleman of the Evening” title. “Best Dressed Female” title was bagged by Pragya and “Best Dressed Male” title went to Ayush. Ms and Mr Congeniality titles went to Anuradha and Vineet respectively. Ms and Mr Photogenic titles were bagged by Arushi Malik and Kandarp respectively.
In a nostalgic speech the school Head Boy, Prasad, reminisced his time as a school boy and stressed on the importance of school life in shaping one’s destiny. The Head Girl, Sasha Agarwal, too thanked the teachers for being there when it mattered.
The Principal, Sh. H. R. Sharma, gave valuable advice and blessed the students.
The function ended with lunch followed by the students letting down their hair on the dance floor.

Last week the hostellers also bid farewell to the class 12 students. They put up a grand show and displayed their talent in various activities. The Hindi play “Gadha Kaun” was truly praise worthy and appreciated by everyone.

CRPF Public School, Rohini

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