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  1. So how’s your Christmas gonna be?

    December 20, 2010 by Sunit Nandi

    Hello everyone. I am very happy today! Its Christmas holidays going on.

    On Saturday, our school organised its biennial cultural programme. Being an awardee, I was one of the guests there. Also, the performances were very nice, especially the dances and the drama on Indian Freedom struggle.

    I am trying my best to upload the videos to YouTube. It will take some time because my capture card isn’t working and my dad is going to buy a new one.

    Well, I dunno what my Christmas is gonna be cuz I am having exams at Brilliant Tutorials on 26th. 🙁 Hopefully, I might have a free new year. 🙂

  2. Teacher's Day

    September 7, 2008 by Sunit Nandi

    Wow friends, the teacher’s day celebration of our school was really COOL! Allow me to tell you all in detail.

    We all came to school on 5th September with happy hearts to wish our teachers. Little did we all know something ROCKING would happen that very day. Usual customs of wishing, greeting and distributing cakes to teachers were followed. Later, the principal requested all of us to go to the auditorium. There were usual speeches about Teacher’s Day, about Late Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Then came the real FUN, the were songs, dances, funny skits, etc etc. A girl called Krishnakshi along with her friends shook a leg on the dance numbers “Pappu Can’t Dance” and “Bachna Ae Haseeno”. Later came many traditional dances. Finally, for rest of the day, the school became a DISCO, literally! Rock bands were singing aloud, schoolgirls dancing about and the students rushing upto them. And YEAH here’s the FUN! Yo Yo! 😉

    After that we were really tired as we had danced a lot and boarded the buses as if we are gettin’ disconnected from someone we most like. :-S

    It was such a nice day. I still hear the bands in my heart.

    I will be uploading the pics later.

    Anyway, I have my exams next of next week! So please bless me good luck!

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