On 4th November 2022, the Founder’s celebration, in its long-standing tradition, was inaugurated by invoking the blessings of the Almighty with the traditional lighting of the lamp by our Principal- Ms. Renu Puri, Vice-Principal-Ms. Kimmy Dhanoa, Head of the Junior Wing- Ms. Meenu Mamik, and the School Administrator- Mr. Vikram Mamik. Every member of the Vivek Community bowed their heads in reverence, prayer, and gratitude, for the bounties and good health that has been bestowed upon all. The students of the Vivek High School Choir under the tutelage of Ms. Sonika Gahlawat invoked the divine blessings of the Lord through the Bhajan, the divine Krishna Leela which could be visualized through the lyrics and melodious music. The Shabad sung reminded us that the Guru is the Philosopher’s Stone and by his touch, even iron can be transformed into gold.
This was followed by the School Annual Report presented by the school captains; Manya Sethi and Kanwardeep Singh. A brief insight into how the school functioned during the current year in the academic and co-curricular areas was done meticulously.
Next was a theatrical dance act ‘Manasya Yudhakshetram’ beautifully choreographed by Ms. Ragini Kulkarni which showcased that the mind’s a battlefield between good and evil.
Our Principal, Ms.Renu Puri, honored the academic and sporting achievements of our students by presenting them with the Scholar Blazer and the Sports Blazer. The prestigious Round Square award ‘King Constantine award’ was given to Nishita Beri for her exemplary work in service to community. Awards for teachers to acknowledge their hard work and unwavering commitment to teaching were presented to Ms. Meenakshi Sharma and Ms. Amrit Kaur on completing 10 years, Mr. Rakesh. Ms. Srishti Gulati, Ms. Anjali Punj, Ms. Manpreet Mann, Ms. Vandana Pandhi, Mr.Vipin Kumar Singh, and Mr. Ashish Tandon received it on completing 15 years, Ms. Ruby Walia received it on completing 20 years, Ms.Lakhbir Kaur Dhanjal received it on completing 25 years and last but not the least Ms. Kandy Khanna was honored on completing 30 years of service in this esteemed institution.
The Morning Prayer &Thanksgiving event was concluded with the Bhajan sung melodiously by class 4 students.