19 Nov 2016


The Indian Academy celebrated its 8th Annual day on 19th & 20th November 2016 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The programme was spread over two days. The cultural eve of junior wing was organized on 19th November followed by that of the senior wing on 20th November where the students gave their marvelous performances.

The chief guest for the event was the well known Bollywood actor and comedian Mr Hemant Pandey

Guest of Honour- Mr Om Prakash Sati, the social media advisor to the chief minister

Mr Sanjay Singh, Director, Real Host Event Management Company

Other Special guests were:

  • Mrs Shakuntala Deviji
  • Mrs Sulochana Devi
  • Mr & Mrs Director The Indian Academy
  • Mrs Neelam Sharma, Principal
  • Mrs Shuchi Mamgain, Headmistress
  • Mr Nishant Tyagi, Senior Coordinator
  • Mrs Sheetal Chhetri, Junior School Coordinator


The cultural programme based on the theme of India and her history, named “Jai Ho” was conceptualized, directed and guided by Mr Avinanda and Mr Jagmohan Sehgal who are experts in this field. The grand event of the year commenced with the divine invocation with the lamp lighting ceremony and was followed by vibrant performances by the students. The Principal Mrs Neelam Sharma presented the annual report and shared all achievements of the school in the academic session 2016-17.

The programme commenced with the scintillating hip-hop dance performance by the students of class 5. Before the main event “Jai ho” the director of the multimedia light and sound was introduced to the spectators.

The foremost objective of the theme was to highlight ancient India and her importance. The students enacted scenes from the early ‘Treta Yug’ until modern times. It was a blend of Dance, Drama, Music and Skits which was much appreciated by all.

The event also emphasized the threats to modern India and how corruption has led to various other issues affecting the lives of the people of India. Through different performances, students shared a message that we must embrace the culture of our nation, overcome all the narrow prejudices and be responsible citizens of India. The performances of the students left the audience fascinated and spellbound. The grand finale added another spark to the show.

It was a moment of pride to see the meritorious student of The Indian Academy receiving awards for their excellent performance in academics and co-curricular activities. The best house trophy was bagged by “Vivekananda house” for its persistent efforts and excellent performances in all Inter-house competitions in the academic session 2016-17. The chief guest Mr Hemant Pandey felicitated Ms Janak Mehra with the “Best Teacher’s Trophy” for the year 2016-17 for her determination and hard work.

The Chief Guest was superlative in his appreciation of the students, teachers and the management for the flawless presentation of the program. A vote of thanks was proposed by the director of The Indian Academy in the presence of the guests and the efforts of the teachers, students and the staff and their valuable contribution for the success of the event were also appreciated by him. The program culminated with the National Anthem.