23 Nov 2018


The India Academy celebrated its 10th Annual day on 23rd & 24th November 2018. The programme was spread over in two days. Fiesta was celebrated by the Butterfly Wing on 23rd November followed by the Annual Grand Science & Craft Exhibition next day.

As the name suggests “Fiesta” was a celebration enveloped with vivid colours and meaningful messages for the students and society.
The Chief Guest for the event was Ms Usha Negi, President of State commission for protection of child rights.
The Guest of Honor was Master Akash Thapa, Super Dancer 2 Finalist

Other special guests who graced the event by their presence were:-
• Mrs Shakuntala Deviji
• Mrs Deveshwari Devi
• Mr Gupta, Personal Secretary of Ms Usha Negi
• Mr Om Prakash Sati
• Mr Naresh Rawat, Parshad
• Mr & Mrs Director, The Indian Academy
• Mrs Neelam Sharma, Principal
• Mrs Shuchi Mamgain, Headmistress
• Ms Istuti Khanduri, Advisor
• Mr Nishant Tyagi, Senior Coordinator
• Mrs Sheetal Chhetri, Junior School Coordinator

The grand event of the year was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp, by our Chief Guest and other special guests and was followed with a welcome dance performance by Class I students in the honour of our guests.
The Headmistress, Ms Shuchi Mamgain, presented the “Annual report” of Butterfly Wing in detail about various activities, competitions and celebrations held in school premises during the year 2018.

The day commenced with a marvellous performance ‘Rhyme Medley’ by the tiny tots of LKG, taking the audience for a fun-filled train ride and making them aware of traffic rules. This was followed by another mesmerizing performance by the students of class III on “Save Water”. The students accentuated the importance and urgency to save water, the consequences resulting from squandering it and the best ways through which we can save water. The sequel named “The language of love” was a beautiful dance performance by the students of class I, which they dedicated to their parents. The spectators were moved by the performance and appreciated the efforts of their children by thunderous applause.

Thereafter, the most enthralling performance of the day was enacted by the students of class IV. “Let the childhood breathe, let them live” was an eye-opening act which emphasized on how in this rapidly changing world the children are under so much pressure since their young age that they are unable to get pleasure and live their early childhood. Hence, this act laid spotlight on let the children live in their fantasy world while they can and let’s not take away their spark of early days.

Students performed various dance forms depicting the culture of India which was Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali & Jaunsari. As new India is taking initiatives to make the country a better place, the students of TIA took a step to spread awareness about the significance of cleanliness in our lives and performed a play named “Swachhata Ki Jyot”.

The performances concluded with a dance “Hasta la vista” by class III.
The teachers and staff members were felicitated for their commendable services of 10 years.
• Ms Sheetal Chhetri, Coordinator
• Ms Sneha Chauhan, Teacher
• Mr Manoj, Watchman,
• Ms Pushpa didi, Aaya
The school acknowledged the sincere efforts of Mr Rakesh Sharma, Art & Craft teacher and Ms Shuchi Mamagain, Headmistress.

This year Best Teacher award and Appreciation award was bagged by Ms Preeti Kothiyal and Ms Seema Khatri.
Master Akash Thapa, the Guest of Honor for the day, dazzled the audience with his spectacular dance performance. Thereafter, the Chief Guest Ms Usha Negi addressed the audience and appreciated the efforts of the students.
The event concluded with a thanksgiving ceremony and a vote of thanks by the Principal, Ms Neelam Sharma.