How did your school celebrate Constitution Day on November 26th? Prepare a brief report.

Asked by Shivani Kumari | 2 years ago |  7327

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Students should write their report on their own if they have celebrate Constitution Day on November 26th.

A REPORT ON THE CELEBRATION OF CONSTITUTION DAY

The existence and successful survival of ‘Democracy ‘in such diverse conditions is the most celebrated fact about our country and constitution is its backbone. To reinforce the significance and importance of constitution the government of India declared 26th of November as Constitution Day on 19 November 2015 by a gazette notification in remembrance of the Father of Indian Constitution, Dr. B R Ambedkar.

The occasion was also celebrated in the premises of ____School Name ______ in all its solemnity. It was marked by the conduct of a ‘Special Assembly’ by the students of the school. The celebration started with very apt words as the thought for the day“The flavor of tricolor should not be depicted only through our words but also through our actions.’’

This worthy thought was followed by an oath on preamble taken by the students. The assembly ground echoed with the words” we the people of India…………..’’A specially designed quiz was conducted to enhance the awareness of the students about their constitution. The answers were fast and prompt. Then came the culmination of the ceremony – a speech on our constitution which took us on a journey of our constitution from its history to its present day form and its vital role to bring together an idea called India.

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