Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute celebrated its 31st Annual Day on 19th November 2016 in The Air Force Auditorium, Subroto Park at 1030 hrs. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Air Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa PVSM AVSM YSM VM ADC, Vice Chief of the Air Staff. Mrs Kamalpreet Dhanoa , Vice President, AFWWA graciously gave away the trophies and prizes to the outstanding achievers. The Principal, Mrs Poonam S Rampal presented the annual school report highlighting the achievements of the students and spoke about the year-round activities conducted in the school. A Powerpoint presentation was shown along with it.
The theme of the cultural programme was ‘inner I (Moment of Introspection)’. After the invocation dance ‘Prasannavadana Saubhagyada’ which was a contemporary choreography on the evergreen composition of the band, ‘Enigma’, the students of the Music Choir ‘Ekyataan’ rendered an orchestral performance that was a harmonious blend of musical instruments and their mellifluous voices. The Special Wing students put up a play, ‘Sabse Bada Uphaar’ which highlighted the fact that, in today’s world we have to be thoughtful and all we need is a beautiful heart to make a difference. A heart warming musical play was performed by the primary students in which they spoke about the importance of values and good manners. The senior students enacted a 14th century morality play, ‘The Summoning of Every Man’. The highlight of the play was that, materialistic pursuits are futile and man is only remembered for his good deeds and virtues. The cultural programme ended with a group song which emphasised on the reformation of the mind and transforming ourselves into better persons.
The Chief Guest, Air Marshal BS Dhanoa lauded the efforts of the Principal, staff and students for taking the school to greater heights and putting up an excellent show. The show was put up with the team effort of around 300 students under the guidance of their teachers. The function was attended by the dignitaries from the Indian Air Force, distinguished guests and parents. The foyer of the auditorium was decorated with ‘rangoli’ and eye-catching installations depicting the theme inner I with the use of different materials like clay, mud, grass, flowers and mirror. The Annual Day function was a grand success.