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It was a redletter day in the history of India when the country got freedom on August 15, 1947. It took hundreds of years for us to break shackles of slavery. People of the country celebrate this day every year with great pomp and show. The main programme is held at the Red Fort in New Delhi. Besides,  that this day is also celebrated in every city and town, in schools, colleges and universities of the country.

This time also KuruomVidyalaya celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm. Although the  physical presence of the children was felt this time too, but this time  they participatedthrough virtual platforms such as Zoom, Facebook etc.
The school Principal Mrs.ShagufaAfzal hoisted the national flag in the school premises sharp at 8:00 am. There was a sense of patriotism among all the teachers. Everyone present there saluted the flag and  sng the National Anthem  in an honour of the country. 
Then followed the cultural programme. Patriotic Poems and Songs were recited both by the teachers and students Thecultural program was formally started by school President Mr.Rajesh Kumar Singh by lighting the lamp in front of MaaSaraswati.
School’s senior teachers Mrs.Sangeeta Mishra, Mrs. Mala Pandey and Miss Nasreensng the SaraswatiVandana‘Vani me swarbhar de’. Mr. Anil Kumar Ojha and Miss Kajal delivered a very vigorous and heart touching speech on this ocassion. Mr.Umapati and Mr. K.P. Tiwari, the science teacher of Kuruom sang a very melodious song ‘Yedaulatbhi le lo’. 
At the end of program school President Mr.Rajesh Kumar Singh spoke about the significance of this historic day. They advised the students to become ideal citizens of the country.
Vote of thanks given by school Principal Mrs.ShagufaAfzal. She said ‘The Independence Day has a great importance in every citizen's life’. This day reminds us every year that freedom is sacred and citizens must do everything to ensure that it shall not be endangered.’
The program ended with the hope that next year we will celebrate our independence day with all students after defeating the covid-19.