vivek high school

CBSE Affiliation No. 2630029


We take this opportunity of the Founder’s Week celebrations to invoke the blessings of the Almighty with the traditional lighting of the lamp by our Principal, Mrs Renu Puri. We bow our heads in prayer and gratitude, for the bounties and good health that have been bestowed upon us all and pray for the continued well being and safety of every member of the Vivek Community.

The Senior Wing choir, under the tutelage of Ms. Sonika Gahlawat, will sing

हे तारणहार नानक ! पूरन अवतार नानक ; which teaches us that Nanak is the power, the energy that is unlimited and undiminishing. It inspires us to maintain a mental state of eternal optimism and joy and to be content with the will of God (bhanna), even during times of adversity.

The second bhajan – मैं तो लीनो गोविंद ही मोल is simply a call to Lord Krishna by His devotees. Whenever anyone faces any problem, they can call their Lord, their master, in the same manner as a child calls for its mother when in need; and the Lord always listens and answers their prayers.

The School Annual Report will be presented by the School Captains, Dilraj Singh Dhillon and Ekeesha Gill, to showcase the milestones, new initiatives and achievements of the school in the past year. It is a reflection of the success and learning experiences that make for a meaningful journey.

The Junior Wing choir of grade 3 students, through the bhajan ‘Dil ka Darwaza’. The bhajan espouses that God is our refuge, our safe place, our retreat; whom we seek when we are in trouble. The Almighty is our strength and is always nearby. We should keep the doors to our hearts open and welcome God wholeheartedly.

GRATITUDE – A fusion dance to restore your faith in humanity

Students from grades 4 to 8 and 10 take you to the significant and compelling incident of our lives that affected the entire world – the pandemic. But while it is a time no one would like to revisit; it will be looked back as a time of introspection, courage and sacrifice.

It equalized humanity in one fell stroke. It did not matter if one was rich or poor, tall or short, belonged to what caste or creed; it broke every barrier in a matter of days and showed us the interconnectedness of the world and reminded us that barriers are man-made. It also showed us that humanity has within it the ability to band together and ignore barriers if so desired. For without the unstinting dedication, compassion and service by people on the frontline, the loss of human life would have been far greater. This is a tribute by Ms. Ragini Kulkarni and the students to the ‘Angels of God’ – the medical and administrative fraternity, who forsook all, for all and restored faith in all our lives.