Bhubaneswar: The 16th Annual Day of Adyant Higher Secondary School was celebrated at its campus at Gangapada on December 30 (Friday).
Police Commissioner SK Priyadarshi graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and well-known mathematician and illustrious mentor Anand Kumar was the Chief Speaker at the event. The students paid their homage to the motherland. They also paid their tribute to the cultural diversity of Odisha and India through Barah Masa Terah Parban- a beautifully choreographed and treasure-trove showcasing their amazing talents.
The two-hour show kept the audience rivetted by the dazzling performance by its vast array of performers including dancers singers and performers in the cultural extravaganza stressing on the need to uphold culture, values and traditions.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of the School, A B Singh said that the way to success can only be achieved through devotion, determination and diligence.
Chief Speaker Anand Kumar said that the Gen Next is vested with immeasurable talents which needs to sharpen existent skill sets with passion zeal and discipline. Stressing on the need to be a Good Citizen, Chief Guest S K Priyadarshi motivated the students and parents, urging students to follow their dreams while remaining adherent to it with passion and enterprise.
Dr Sarat Ku Sahoo, Founder of Ruchi Foodline; Hemant Kumar, Senior Officer and renowned social worker and Atul Kumar from Ministry of Civil Aviation also graced the occasion as the guests of honour.
The leading residential school with outstanding academic track record in both state board as well as national competitive examinations including JEE and NEET since its inception in 2007 has continued to prove its caliber in education sector. Strongly adhering to add an all-round development, the higher secondary science school has provided sports, fitness, music, dance and healthcare amidst a secure and safe campus to its students.
The school believes in providing a coordinated approach in board and competitive studies for its students besides helping them to be groomed well and sharpening their inherent talent.
Stressing on the need to synergize the troika of parents, teachers and students for maximizing benefits, the Principal R. Sarangi spoke about the need for inculcating values in the day to day lives and the importance of integrating them in all their actions for a productive long life ahead besides being good citizens. Vice Principal A Sahoo presented the Vote of Thanks during the programme.