On Christmas eve, Chandigarh schools spread festive cheer
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On the eve of Christmas on Monday, various schools held celebrations.
St Soldier Intnl School, Sector 28
Christmas was celebrated with a lot of festive fervour and enthusiasm at St. Soldier International School Sector 28. A special assembly by Class VII marked the occasion. Santa Claus was interviewed by Phagun and Malti.
AKSIPS -41 School
The students of Ajit Karam Singh International Public School, Sector 41, enjoyed the festive season, with celebrations that are spread over a week.
PMLASD Public School, Sector-32
The students of Petals, a junior wing of Pandit Mohal Lal S D Public School, Sector 32 celebrated the sports day on the eve of Christmas. The opening event was a drill by the tiny tots. Their performance left everyone spellbound.
Chaman Vatika School, Ambala
Chaman Vatika celebrated Christmas in its campus with great joy and fervour to mark the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ. The celebrations started with the 'millennium prayer' sang by the school choir.
KBDAV School, Sector 7
There was a festive mood in the school with students sporting colours of red, black and white with all 2,800 of them wearing Santa caps. Around 400 underprivileged students also joined them in the Christmas celebrations. It began with a 'cake cutting' ceremony before the school orchestra sand carols.
Blue Bird High School, Panchkula
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