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Investiture Ceremony Celebration 2022-23 at JVPS


*"Great leader don't set out to be a leader, they set out to make a difference.... it's not about the role, always about the goal."* 

A solemn function marked the Investiture Ceremony of Jai Vatika Public School. A cultural programme was held on the occasion. Oath taking Ceremony was conducted after giving  Badges and sashes. The newly appointed student representatives were sworn in by school Principal, Ms Rinki Chakraborty Singh.

 The Chief guest, Chairman Dr. Bhushan Bansal in his address emphasised that  a leader should have a farsighted vision and zeal to walk a mile extra, a leader should aim high.

The new student council members promised to carry out their duties diligently. The members of school management committee   Dr. Kamlesh Bansal, Ar. Vanisha Bansal (Director), Dr. Megha Bansal graced the occasion.


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