Study Hall School hosted an annual concert for the Vidyasthali unit on December 21, 2018, at Central Institute of Sub-tropical Horticulture. The theme of the concert was “Goonj.” Mr. Raj Bisariya, an Indian director, producer, actor, and educationalist, described by the Press Trust of India as “the father of the modern theatre in North India,” graced the occasion as chief guest.
The concert started with the welcoming the guest and speech by Anusha Sharma, principal Vidyasthali Kannar Intercollege. The first performance was a soul-stirring skit “Aam ke aam, guthliyon ke dam,” in which kids shared about the extinct varieties of mango. It continued with an English play “The Awful Eight” which aimed to become aware of different air pollutants and their causes and effects. Students performed a delightful Sufi dance. Students act on the musical drama “Ambrosia- Nectar of life,” which was about the how rivers are polluted these days and we should take some actions to maintain the cleanliness and flow of the river.
Dr. Urvashi Sahni, CEO and President Study hall Educational foundation, said, students worked so hard and presented some very serious social and environmental issues in a very light way. She added education is not about how qualifies you are it’s about how much you have learned in life. On this occasion, Alumni Renu Yadav shared her journey and spoke about how she feels more empowered now. She Thanked the school and study hall educational foundation and launched the Vidyasthali Alumni Association. “Mai Savitri Bai Phule hoon,” a Hindi play was a treat to the eyes of the audience. The program concluded with the Vote of thanks and national anthem. The concert was greatly enjoyed by the audience and it shows the hard work of teachers and students.