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Vishwa Vidyapeeth Group of Schools celebrates the 75th Year of Independence, Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, in a grand celebration across campuses

The Vishwa Vidyapeeth group of Schools, which has multiple campuses across Bengaluru, had organized a mega event to celebrate the 75th Year of Indian Independence_ Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, across campuses, in the presence of prominent dignitaries, parents, staff and students. The occasion was graced by Chief Guest Shri. Justice N Kumar, Retd. Hon’ble Judge, High Court, Karnataka and Guest of Honor Dr. Tirumala P Kulkarni, Professor of Alankara in Poornaprajna Vidyapeetha Sanskrit College.

Vishawa Vidyapeeth comes from a strong foundation based on the six important pillars – Discipline, Indian Culture, Indian Values, Patriotism, Focus on Sanskrit & Yoga. The school provides holistic learning and places importance on students learning about India’s culturally rich heritage and history.

Speaking about the Independence Day celebration, Ms. Suseela Santhosh, Director, Vishwa Vidyapeeth, said, “Patriotism cannot be inculcated by celebrating just one day. Our young generation should know the history and greatness of India and should take pride in our heritage. And this is an ongoing process that our teachers work on round the year. As a school that is deeply committed to spreading awareness and encouraging the younger generation to inculcate traditional values, we are happy to be able to take this opportunity to showcase our rich culture and celebrate the 75 years of freedom with the rest of the nation.”

While the school has planned celebrations that will continue for the entire month, with competitions such as patriotic singing and a quiz based on India’s heritage, students of all streams (ICSE, CBSE & IGCSE) will be exploring unknown facts about India’s rich heritage. Concepts that were described in Vedas and Vishnu Purana, such as the theory of evolution, water cycle, the angular velocity of planets, the earth’s core, etc., will be discussed in detail among the students.

Students will also be encouraged to participate in school assemblies and speak on various topics related to India’s “Forgotten Heroes.” Sanskrit has been introduced as part of the curriculum as part of the Bhagavad Gita, Vedas & Upanishads, as well as a language in higher grades. To take it one step ahead, the teachers have been participating in various Sanskrit workshops for the past two years.

About Vishwa Vidyapeeth Group of Schools:
Vishwa Vidyapeeth Group of Schools (VVPGS), established in the year 2012, prides itself on the quality of its educational programs, the professionalism of its staff, the enthusiasm of its students, and the high level of support provided by parents and community members.

A private school established under the C S Education Trust banner, our school adheres to the motto of “Discipline.” The school delivers ICSE, CBSE, and IGCSE Curriculum at three campuses spread out over North and East Bangalore – Vikramashila (Yelahanka), Takshashila (Yelahanka), Magadha (Varthur, Whitefield).

This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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