The phenomenal Exhibition cum Closing Ceremony of Summer Coterie-2019, a ten days’ workshop culminated on a note of joyance today. Marvy creations of 460 prodigious Bhartiyans displayed in the exhibition compelled everyone to give them a second look. Colourful glossy handicraft items like Clay Nameplates, Flower patterned Tables, Perky Paper Pen Holders, 3D Lamp Shades, White Cement dipped Hanky Pottery, 3D Fish Aquarium, Paintings and Bird Feeders caught every body’s attention.
Unleashing the innovation of idea packed minds ATL tinkerers and inventors made outstanding models in the Tinkering Club to name the striking ones – Air Gun Security Device, Hydroelectricity Generator, Solar Umbrella charger, Laser Door Security Device, Rain Water Purifier, Digital Safe Home Solution, Fire Escape Chute etc. vivified the BVM campus. In addition to these there were around 65 Science, Language, Social Science & Mathematics Models too. Cherry on the top was cultural extravaganza hosted by ‘Environment Guardians’ from English Ville, showcasing the talent of ardent performers from different workshops. Evoking the blessings of Goddess Sarswati and Lord Ganesha the soulful glory was sought by budding singers & classical dancers. Melodious Bhajan ‘Saanson Ki Mala Se Simron Tera Naam’, mesmerized everyone. Energetic dance performance of Tiny Tots of Shishu Vatika ‘Holi Holi Holiday’ left every foot tapping to the rocking beats. Contemporary dance form celebrated the theme of Women Empowerment. Workshops’ Report was read by promising students Aashima Batra (XII) & Harshika Gulati (XI). Nanka Mel added spice to the event with their fantastic Giddha & Bhangra performances.
Worthy members of BVM Trust, Sh. K. C. Maini Ji (Vice President), Sh. P. C. Goyal Ji (Secretary), Sh. Shubh Karan Jain Ji (Joint Secretary), Sh. Manoj Gupta Ji (Treasurer), Sh. O.P. Sabharwal Ji (Member), Sh. M.M. Vyas Ji (Member), Sh. R. K. Behal Ji (Member) blessed all the participants of Summer Coterie. Applauding the untiring efforts of Bhartiyans and their teachers for the artistic creativity, zealous inventiveness and exuberant exhibition of their talents in the workshops, extended their best wishes for a happy summer break. They also exhorted them to keep their flame of knowledge ever ignited.
Parents and the guests were all praise for the gala evening as they enjoyed Indian dishes, snacks, shakes & smoothies in ‘The Zaika Corner’
The summer expedition culminated with the vote of thanks presented by Sh. Parkash Chand Goyal Ji (Secretary BVM Trust) followed by Vande Matram.