Republic Day marks the adoption of India's constitution and the country's transition to a republic on January 26, 1950. Every year, the celebrations marking the day feature spectacular military and cultural pageantry. In New Delhi, armed forces personnel march along the Kartavya path in an elaborate display of military might.
On 26.01.2023 the Prime Trust staff, Janani home children, and the rainbow Nagar evening school children celebrated the 74th republic day in the Prime Trust office, Rainbow Nagar. Our national flag was hoisted by the special guest Mr. Siva Kumar, trustee of Prime Trust. Prime Trust Founder and Managing Director Mr. SM Arasu was the guest of honor. The program started with a welcome speech. Children danced to patriotic songs. A speech about republic day was given. Mr. Sivakumar gave a special speech where he emphasized the importance of learning to thrive in the upcoming challenges. The program ended with a vote of thanks. The participants were given refreshments.
The principal theme of the harvest festival is called `Pongal`. The festival is celebrated to thank the Sun god, the forces of nature, and the farm animals and people who support agriculture. The festival is named after the ceremonial "Pongal", which means "to boil, overflow" and refers to the traditional dish prepared from the new harvest of rice boiled in milk with jaggery (raw sugar).
The staff members of Prime Trust staff along with the BSW interns from KMCT and Christ College, Kerela celebrated the festival in Janani home. The interns gave a cultural program. It was a good time of get-together for everyone. Our children enjoyed the food and cultural events.
Group activities allow social interaction between the children, it teaches accountability for their actions, build leadership skills, better productivity and performance in students, teach how to manage time and work within the time limit, an opportunity to get to know your class fellows better and it is a golden opportunity for the introverts to speak up.
On 29.12.2022 the interns from KMCT College, Kerela conducted some group activities for the children in Colas Nagar. The children actively participated in the games, singing songs and dancing. They listened to the personal hygiene awareness done by the interns. It was a useful session for the children. It was a good opportunity for the interns to interact with the children. The Program Manager of Prime Trust organized this program. It is felt that the community needs more programs like this.
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