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Annual Day celebrated at Seven Oaks School



Dehradun, 20 May: The Annual Prize Distribution Day was held on 18 May at Seven Oaks School. The major categories were General Proficiency, given to the students who ranked first in the final examinations. Outstanding Achiever was awarded to the students who exemplified academic excellence, leadership, good conduct and performed exceptionally in extra-curricular activities with consistency over the past two years or more. Third was the category of those with 100% attendance. Other awards included best student – music, best student – dance and best student – fine arts. Lastly, an award was given to the best performing artist on Founder’s Day.

The Chief Guest was Dr Surekha Dangwal, Vice-Chancellor of Doon University.

Dangwal sent a very strong message to the students, emphasizing on trustworthy education and choosing Universities wisely with proper research. She also stressed on how schools like Seven Oaks, managed by eminent and veteran educationists known across the nation, are the ones which will always focus on untainted education.

Awards given to students under various categories were – General Proficiency – Gopesh Sharma, Tejasvi Dhyani, Angel Gurung, Anshika Goyal, Darsh Goel, Anukriti Tomar, Vihaan Jindal, Elena Thapa, Atharv Shahi; Outstanding Performers – Vidhi, Vaishnavi Dobhal, Sabhyata Thapa, Mannat Chauhan, Mahi Jain, Anushree Mukherjee, Prachurjya Deori; 100 % attendance – Mannat Chauhan, Shorya Shahi, Palak Kutal, Vaishnavi Chettri; Best Performer Music – Gurman Singh, Mahak, Arnav; Best Performer Dance  – Naina Pradhan, Angel Chauhan, Kayra Pundir; Best Performer Art and Craft – Tejasvi Dhyani, Unnati Bisht, Anushka Yadav; Best Performing Artist – Vidhi.

The honour of ISC topper was given to Gopesh Sharma with 92.5%.

The Award ceremony was also accompanied by a cultural music and dance programme. The ceremony commenced with “Ganesh Vandana”. The students performed the Rajasthani Folk Dance, “Ghoomar”. Students offered their gratitude to Goddess Saraswati in the form of “Saraswati Vandana”. The evening ended with a prayer, “May the Good Lord Bless and keep you” presented by the school choir and orchestra.