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PDEA's English medium school, Akurdi Celebrated Shri. Sharad Chandraji Pawar Saheb's birthday

Pillar of Pune District Education Association, Padmavibhushan Hon. Mr. Sharad Chandraji Pawar Saheb's 82nd birthday was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Pune District Education Association's English Medium Secondary School and Junior College, Akurdi. On this occasion, inauguration was done by Vice President of PDEA, Mr. Ghadge, Chief Guest Professor Dr. Pratik Mungekar (Scientist, Counsellor, Global Educator, International Speaker), Principal of Mhalsakant Vidyalaya, Mr. Ladke, Principal of Shishuvihar, Mrs. Kale, School Principal, Priti Dabade and Primary Principal, Anjali Fernandes.





The programme started with Saraswati Puja. After this, the students received valuable guidance on 'Career Guidance' by the Chief Guest, Dr. Pratik Mungekar. The students of the school responded enthusiastically to the science exhibition and presented a total of 68 experiments. The vice president of the institute as well as the chief guest inspected the experiments with curiosity, applauded and wished the students.







At the same time, Kaladalan also received special appreciation from dignitaries. During the art exhibition, the students exhibited 'sustainable and sustainable' items while carrying out social activities. Also, they promoted the initiative 'Plastic Ban' by making paper bags. The exhibition of various rangolis with social messages was also held in the Rangoli Art Gallery. Parents also appreciated the students by giving spontaneous responses to the exhibition. Apart from this, various competitions such as essay competitions, elocution competitions, singing, playing musical instforruments, monologue, poetry writing, and greeting letter writing competitions were organized at the branch level. The Chief Guest felicitated the school with the 'Certificate of Recognition of the innovative school of 2022' on the occasion of this auspicious event. The chief guests gave best wishes to the principal of the school, Priti Dabade, teachers and non-teaching staff, and students for their future success

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