Across the river, the Brahmaputra, 36 kilometers to the northwest of Guwahati, lies the town of Hajo. The place is considered a sacred site for Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims and is known as PanchaTirtha or “five pilgrimages.”
In this small township in the year 2018, Aryan International School was established. Recently, the school celebrated their “Annual Day” with spirit, harmony, and joy. The principal, Debjani Patikar, welcomed the gathering and presented the Annual Report comprising achievements, accolades by school/educators, events, celebrations, and the important initiatives taken up by the school. I/C, Hajo/PS, Mabojit Nath, was the chief guest on the occasion. Prof. Mukut Choudhary, social worker Rubul Ahmed were the guests of honour. Among the other dignitaries present were the press, parents, and students.
The program commenced with the welcome of the guests followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by eminent dignitaries. Meritorious students were given prizes for excellence in academics and sports. The cultural program based on the theme “Celebrating Life” comprised a dance drama “Vande Mataram.”
Nabojit Nath, in his felicitation address, congratulated the school on the achievements and wished them the best for the coming days. Prof. Mukut Choudhury, in his address, contended that Aryan International School is a school where students excel in all fields like sports and cultural aspects apart from academics.
The students of the school had put up an exhibition of arts, science, and models. The vote of thanks was proposed by Debjani Patikar, the principal of the school. The anchors of the program were Luni Das and Kankan.