On Friday, 10 June 2005, Rupyâ€™s International School held its rather unusual but eventful Grandparents Day. Regardless of their age, the hazurmuas and hazurbuas of the students filled in to watch the fun-filled programme performed by their grandchildren with great enthusiasm. HRH Nava Yuvaraj Hrideyendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and HRH Princess Purnika RL Devi Shah were also among the participants. There were a variety of programmes consisting of songs, dances and a short play that was thoroughly enjoyed by an eager audience. â€” Jonathan Handali, Class X, Rupyâ€™s International
For a cleaner world
On the occasion of World Environment Day 2005, DAV School organised various programmes in the school premises. The day began with the with a special assembly under the chairmanship of Nani Maya Manandhar, president of Boudha Mahila Sangh, Nepal. Students scoring highest marks in the Pariyatti examination were felicitated. Teacher Mrs Chuna Adhikari was also honoured.
The Junior Red Cross Circle with 11 students as members was formed on the same day in presence of official members of Lalitpur Red Cross Society. An Inter-House Display Board Decoration competition was held on the topic â€œEnvironmentâ€. Dhaulagiri was winner among the four houses. â€” Dipendra KC, Class XA, DAV School
The Lions and Leo Club of Kathmandu, Indreni, Kuleshwor organised the Third Inter-School On-the-Spot Art Competition 2005 at Hanumandhoka premises to mark World Environment Day. Around 151 students from 65 different schools participated in the competition. The chief-guest of the program was Mr Kali Das Shrestha, founder principal of Lalit Kala Campus and Mr Govind Singh Dongol, principal of Lalit Kala was chief judge. The programme was supported by Microtech Computers, Srijana Art Gallery and NB Insurance.
â€” Upendra Manandhar, Student