Childrens Day Celebrated By JVM Trust

On 14th of November, JVM [Jan Vikas MIssion] Trust Organized a Children’s Day Celebration by conducting a Drawing Competition for the children & Students were also told about the reason why this day is celebrated every year . It was a fun-filled day for all the Students.  In   this special Event , students recited poems and speeches paying a rich tribute to Chacha Nehru {Jawahar Lal Nehru}. This Day of fun-filled activities consisted of a different types of poems sung by Childrens themselves, tricky games, dance and songs also along french corner bistro the Drawing Making Competition. All the Drawings made by these Little Hands were Unforgettable & and we Can’t Deny their Efforts in Making them.

Painting Competition By JVM Trust

Every Year, Birth Anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was celebrated with great pomp and different types of Activities. Many activities and competitions were conducted to mark this special day. Everyone enthusiastically participated in these thought provoking and entertaining activities. There was around 25-30 Children who had participated in this Event and they really Enjoyed that Day well. Speaking on the occasion, the one of JVM’s chairperson said that many problems of life can be solved by communication and explained how child is the father of man. he also expressed his desire to see children not losing their innocence berita bola online and that it was important for children to spend time with nature &  threw light on the life and achievements of Pandit Jawahar lal Nehru and advised the students to follow his teachings. This Program went about two and half hours 5:00PM – 7:30PM.

Painting Competition by JVM Trust

Children’s Day is celebrated in India on 14th November every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, senior Indian National Congress leader and also the first Prime Minister of India. Jawaharlal Nehru oversaw the proceedings of the INC during the freedom struggle. He was a contemporary to veteran freedom fighters like, Mahatma Gandhi, Lal Bahadur Shastri and Bal Gangadhar Tilak among others. He loved children and had on several occasions, expressed his views on their education, welfare and contribution in the progress of the nation. He was of the opinion that children are the future of a nation. If we want the nation to be strong and progressive then we must provide good growth opportunities and education to our children. His love and consideration for the children has earned him a sobriquet “Chacha Nehru” or “Uncle Nehru” given by the children. The Jan Vikas Mission Trust believes that the more happiness you spread the happier you get. Together you and we can do this by making poor children happy. This can be done by simple task of celebrating Children’s Day with children at our facility. After all, making a poor child happy is making oneself happy.

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