School competition

Guru Nanak Garib Niwaj School G II Holds speech competition

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 11: Guru Nanak Garib Niwaj School , Greater Kailash II run by a Non Government charity Society for children of labourers, rickshaw, pullers, beggars and daily wage earners. Held a speech competition here on January 11, 2018 under the theme ' COMPETITION 'HOW CAN I BE RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN OF INDIA'

The speech topics that were presented by the students of class VIII , IX and XI were (Eight , Nine and Eleven) included; Corruption, women's empowerment , gender parity, population control, human values and employment skills. The speech contest was interesting due to the many point of views delivered on stage by each competitor, some were straight to the point where as others were a little more comical than serious.

"The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained in sudden flight but, they while their companions slept, they were toiling upwards in the night." ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Good Poems for Hard Times

"You say freak, I say unique."

The chief guest urged students to excel in life and keep striving for success and be source of inspiration for others. The students should think about ways in which they can improve the society by contributing positively and becoming quality citizens.

An encourager. Always.

The chief guest Mr Suri also encouraged the students to obey parents as well as make education their primary goal in order to be more knowledgeable and well-equipped in facing the challenges of life. Stating that there was no success without struggle, 'Life demands hard work because dream and ambition cannot become a reality through easy means but through hard work.' The competition ended with Meenakshi of Class XI winning the first prize, Manisha of class IX winning the second prize and Sakshi of class IX winning the Third prize.

Eminent guests who were present on the occasion included Dr Man Mohan Singh Arora , President Rotary Club OF Delhi Ridge and Mr Anil Sagar , Secretary of the Rotary club Delhi Ridge.