Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme

Activities in December 2019

Gwalior Glory High School, has geared up fully responding to the holistic endeavours through the following activities under ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme’ which envisions to portray the unity and integrity of India-
The students and teachers took pledge to foster National Integration through a co-ordinated mutual process between States, UT, Central Ministries, Educational institutions and general public through linguistic, literary, cultural, sports, tourism and other forms of people exchange. Besides the pledge, a short introduction was given about our partnering states, during the school assembly.
Through news, students were acquainted with the latest happenings in the partner states. The students were able to enhance their knowledge through displays of words and presentations done in the local language of the partner states.
Quiz was also conducted which helped the students to remember the important facts about partner states. Students expressed their insight about ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ Programme creatively in Essay Writing Competition.

Acquainted Students with New Words in Manipuri

Coordinating the Quiz

Creating Awareness among Students about Nagaland

Essay Writing Competition

Informative Session

Introduction about Partner States

Pledge to Foster 'Unity and Integrity of the Nation'

Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme

Activities till November 2019

To spread the essence of national integration throughout the country through various literary and cultural activities, strengthening the emotional connection, activities under ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme’ have been conducted in the school. The students with the teaching faculty spread the awareness through speech about the culture, tradition, best practices of Manipur & Nagaland - the partner states of M.P.
The students also explored history and interesting facts of ‘Thang Ta’ – the Indigenous sport from Manipur and participated in demonstration of the sport presented by an expert. Video made by students of the school about the origin of the native sport ‘Thang Ta’ from Manipur was also screened for parents during a Parent Orientation Programme scheduled.
The Endeavour will continue in the coming months involving various creative mediums for exchange of ideas and expressions.

Link to Video of Demonstration on ‘Thang Ta’ Screened in School