Jamshedpur, Feb 1: S.D.S.M. School for Excellence organised the Graduation Ceremony of XIIth Standard of 2017-18 Batch on Thursday in the school campus. The campus of the school echoed with this blessing on the evening of 1st February, when the SDSM Family came together. It was evening of mixed emotions for all present to witness the official send off for the Class XII students at the Valedictory Ceremony.
The programme began with lighting of the lamp and recitation of school prayer. Then an hour long programme consisting of song and speeches was showcased. Chairman, Diwakar Singh, School Managing Committee Member, Dy. President, Tata Worker’s Union, S.K. Choudhary, School Managing Committee Member,
K. N. P. Singh, Principal, Moushumi Das, Vice-Principal, Ragini Singh, Co-ordinator, students and their families, faculties and staff of SDSM School for Excellence also participated. The students spoke about their experience with outgoing batch. The students of Class XII were presented with the mementos and certificates. Principal’s Award was given to Chandan Maurya and Riya Kumari.
The passing out students expressed gratitude to their Chairman, Principal and teachers for their support and guidance. The Chairman of the school, Mr. Diwakar Singh in his speech asked them to keep the flag of SDSM School for Excellence flying high by keeping the ideas of ‘VICTORY WITH DETERMINATION’ as learnt in the school. At last Principal, Moushumi Das said “Day by day we focused on our goal, keeping together and working together. Students should concentrate on their Board examination and whatever they study they should focus on it. Parents should not only take care of their child physically but they should also take care of their mind, soul and emotions.
We have tried our best to facilitate your learning in various subjects. But children, remember life has no syllabus. Questions can come from any side, any angle, anywhere. You must learn to face the challenge of life and come out successfully to endure all that nature has in store for you”. The programme ended with the singing of school anthem.