Bala Vidya Mandir Bala Vidya Mandir

Senior Secondary School

(Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi)





The Lower Primary School Day of Bala Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, for the academic year 2018-19 was held on the 15th of February 2019, Friday at the Vidyapeet Auditorium between 4.30 PM and 6 PM. The programme catered to the keen interest of the children of classes 1and 2 to display their talents on stage. The Chief Guest for the evening was Dr. Lalitha Balakrishnan, Principal of MOP Vaishnav College.
After an invocation to the almighty, the programme started off with the dulcet rendition of three melodious songs by the orchestra. The students sang ‘Bamma Bammatha’, ‘Bantureethi Kolu’ and ‘Ayyappa Song’ with great energy and synchronisation thus receiving a thunderous ovation from the awe-stricken audience. This was followed by the Dance of class 1 on the omnipresence and omnipotence of the Supreme Creator, Brahma. Next on stage was the English Play class 1. The students performed an adaptation of the ‘Lion King’ musical, the story of a lion cub named Simba, the heir to the kingdom after his father King Mufasa. Dance, Music, Drama, this play had it all! The Hindi Action Song brought out the importance of saying no to plastic to save our health and the environment. This performance highlighted the fact that we have not inherited this planet from our forefathers, but have borrowed it from our children. This was followed by the Official Function wherein the Cheif Guest addressed the gathering and lauded the students and teachers for their enthusiasm and tremendous effort. Then, the teachers took over the programme for the service award ceremony. Next in line was the Dance of class 2. The students danced to ‘Bhavayami Raghuramam’ a beautiful composition of Sri Swati Tirunaal which narrated the Ramayana, a sweeping tale of abduction and battle in a precise manner. And last but not the least was the English play class 2 titled ‘The Brave Tailor’, the story of an accidental hero.

The curtains came down after the national anthem to mark the end of yet another delightful Lower Primary School Day that had seen the students and teachers on their toes for weeks with practice. The students’ performances were testimony to the fact that confidence, aspiring for perfection and practice are indeed keys to success.