ANNUAL PRIZE DAY AT SCHOOL:Short Essay

English_Master February 23, 2016 No Comments
ANNUAL PRIZE DAY AT SCHOOL In November every year our school holds the annual function for prize distribution. This year also the prize distribution function was held. The function was held under a beautiful ‘shamiana’ within the compound as the school hall was not big enough to hold all the students, teachers and visitors. It was beautifully decorated with flags, mottoes and pictures. A large platform had been put up and over it were placed tables loaded with prizes and chairs for the governor and the high officials of the city. There were chairs for visitors, while we sat on benches. We were all on our seats by 4.00 p.m. The governor and other guests arrived exactly at 4.00 p.m. He was received at the gate by the principal. The boy scouts of the school welcomed the chief guest with national flags in their hands The girls sang a beautiful chorus to welcome him. When he entered the ‘shamiana’ we all stood up and cheered while the boys of our school sang ‘vande Mataram’. After the chief guest had taken his seat, the chairman of the reception committee read welcome speech. When that was over, the principal read out the annual report. It was rather dull and nobody cared...
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Essay on ANNUAL PRIZE DAY AT SCHOOL

English_Master November 24, 2015 No Comments
ANNUAL PRIZE DAY AT SCHOOL In November every year our school holds the annual function for prize. This year also the prize distribution was held. The function was held under a beautiful ‘shamiana’ within the compound as the school hall was not big enough to hold all the students, teachers and the visitors. It was beautifully decorated with flags, mottoes and pictures. A large platform had been put up and over it were placed tables loaded with prizes and chairs for the governor and the high officials of the city. There were chairs for visitors, while we sat on benches. We were all on our seats by 4.00 p.m. The governor and other guests arrived exactly at 4.00 p.m. he was received at the gate by the principal. The boy scouts of the school welcome the chief guest with national flags in their hands. The girls sang a beautiful chorus to welcome him. When he entered the ‘shamiana’ we all stood up and cheered while the boys of our school sang ‘Bande Mataram’. After the chief guest had taken his seat, the chairman of the reception committee read welcome speech. When that was over, the principal read out the annual report. It was rather dull and nobody cared much...
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