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International Girl Child Day 2022


October 11 is celebrated every year as International Girl Child Day, a day to recognize the struggles girls face in their lives. On this occasion, a special assembly was conducted, at JVPS by students of the 🟦Challengers House to highlight the importance of a girl child.
👧Vatikans delivered poignant speech and recited poems on the theme and urged everyone to raise awareness about the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign. Students performed a heart-rending role play, highlighting the importance of daughter in a family.
👧In their dance performance, students emphasized on how girls with big dreams become the woman of vision. Their performance caught everyone's eye. The performance was focused on need to address the challenges that girls face and to promote the girl's empowerment.
👩‍🎓Through 'Ramp Walk' students showed how girls are equally participating👩‍⚕ in every field of life and facing the world.
Principal ma'am motivated students to respect each and every woman in their lives.
👧🏼 The day emphatically brought home the point that saving, educating and empowering girls is the need of the hour.


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