Assembly-16th September

16th September.                  Assembly.                 Class III

Theme: Indian poet – Sarojini Naidu

Thought: When there is oppression, the only self-respecting thing is to rise and say this shall cease today, because my right is justice. If you are stronger, you have to help the weaker boy or girl both in play and in the work. – Sarojini Naidu 

Speech:The nightingale of India was born on 13th February 1879 and participated actively in India’s freedom struggle. She was a famous poet and contributed greatly to women’s rights, political stability and anti-imperialism. Her birthday is rightly celebrated as “National Women’s Day” in India. After India’s independence, she became the governor of Uttar Pradesh. She was the first woman to serve as governor of any state. She was also the first woman congress president.

News: The IRCTC announced a special Bharat Gaurav train from Delhi to Katra during Navratras. The train will start on 30th September.

President Draupadi Murmu will be attending Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral on 19th September in England. She will represent India and offer condolences on behalf of India’s government. She will be visiting the UK from 17th to 19th September.

Words for the day:

Oppression – mental pressure or distress.

Stability – the state of being stable.

Struggle – have difficulty handling or coping with.

Contribute – give something in order to help achieve or provide something.

Condolences – an expression of sympathy, especially on the occasion of the death of a person’s relative or close friend.

Name of the students:

Prayer – Abhiraj Pratap and Adwika Pathak

Pledge – Ayushman Jha and Bhairavi

Thought – Anmol Sharan

News – Hrithvik M.P

Speech – Virat Singh

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