By OUR STAFF REPORTER
Dehradun, 18 Oct: The Doon School kicked off its Founder’s Day celebrations, here, today. The day started off with numerous exhibitions taking place; from the modern foreign languages to the art, to the yoga, and the design and technology exhibition, with each one displaying their work over the years and exhibiting some vibrant and enriching displays.
Followed by this was the annual Holdsworth Cricket Match between the old boys and the present boys with the latter winning. Followed by this was the unveiling of the bust of a legendary Doon School Master, Sheel Vohra.
Vijay Amritraj, the Chief Guest, and Sunil Kant Munjal, the Chairman of the Board of The Doon School, cut the ribbon. They were accompanied by Munjal’s classmates – the batch of 1973. Later in the evening was the Chandbagh Debate between the Silver Jubilee Batch of ‘94 and the current boys. The topic for the debate was: ‘This house believes it is time to reboot our school for a twenty-first century India’. The present boys won again.
In the evening was the English Play, an adaptation of the famous play ‘The Sunshine Boys’, performed by the School Dramatics Society.