Mody School, Lakshmangarh, observed its 31st Annual Prize-giving Ceremony today as part of its Founder’s Day Celebration. Justice Mahesh Chandra Sharma, Chairperson, Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, Rajasthan was the Chief Guest on the occasion. The Principal, Ms. Nishi Rana, read out the Annual report, highlighting the records and achievements of the session. The presence of the Institute’s visionary founder and Chairman, Shri Rajendra Prasad Mody, was a source of great encouragement to all meritorious students who were awarded in the field of academics, sports and cultural activities. Ms. Dytsa Ghosh and Ms. Muskan Agarwal were awarded gold medals for topping the CBSE Class XII Board Exams., session 2018-19. Head Academics, Ms. Khushi Anupriya Dudi was honoured with the Mody Blue Gold Medal, the highest award bestowed by the School. Trophies were given to Ms. Muskan Binwal, Ms. Sakshi Bihani, Ms. Khushee Binwal and Ms. Mehak for outstanding scholastic merit in the Primary, Junior, Secondary and Senior Secondary Sections, respectively. Ms. Ranu Mewara was adjudged the Player of the Year while Ms. Archita Agarwal was Performer of the Year, in the Junior category. Ms. Noopur Jaiswal won the award in the Senior Category. Ms. Mehak was awarded a trophy for Good Conduct. Gargi House lifted the Academic and Leelawati House the Cultural Trophies for the year. Ms. K. Vineela and Ms. Rea Soni picked up the awards for Best Actor Awards in a Male and Female roles, respectively, while Ms. Muskan Binwal won the Award for Best Supporting Actor. Khushi Anupriya Dudi was Debater of the Year.
The afternoon session witnessed the Valedictory Function of the outgoing students of Class XII. In a somber and dignified ceremony, the girls were blessed and presented mementoes by the Principal, Ms. Nishi Rana, to the traditional chanting of ‘shlokas’ from the Taiteriya Upanishad.
The highlight of the evening session of the function was the Annual Ballet, ‘Ganga’. The exceptional professionalism of the young actors in bringing to life the story of Ganga’s descent from the Heavens to be caught in the divine dreadlocks of the mighty Shiva, mesmerized the audience. The ballet also reflected the ambitious ‘Namami Gange’ project of the Govt. of India, attempting to accomplish the twin objectives of effective abatement of pollution, conservation and rejuvenation of this National River.
In his address, the Chief Guest showered praise on the staff and students for an outstanding performance. He also congratulated the prizewinners on their achievements and complimented the School Management on the exemplary manner in which it was contributing to the cause of girls’ education and women empowerment.


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