Date of Upload: 26th December, 2019

Graduation Ceremony

The Sanskaar Valley School witnessed its 9th Graduation Ceremony of 118 students of Grade XII on 24th December 2019. The elegant and tasteful service was held in the presence of our Director, Mrs. Jyoti Agarwal and the Senior Management Team, along with the teachers, the student fraternity and the proud parents of the outgoing batch of 2020.

A beautiful winter afternoon witnessed the enthusiastic yet nervous group of young boys and girls dressed in formal attire. The boys looked dignified in their maroon kurtas and the girls were graceful in their green sarees. They assembled for a group photograph along with the management and their teachers before moving to the auditorium.

The procession of the outgoing students was led by a flag march by the current Council Members to Umang, where the parents, teachers and the Grade XI students awaited their arrival. The teachers and Grade XI students welcomed them with a traditional tilak and flowers. This was followed by the lighting of the earthen diyas while Sanskrit shlokas played in the background.

The event proceeded with the Director and the Principal, Mrs. Sheela Raghu giving away the angavastram and mementoes to the outgoing batch. This elegant and moving ritual will always remain etched in the minds of all those who witnessed it. It was indeed a memorable evening, suffused with a blend of reminisces and nostalgia for the past, and an undercurrent of excitement and anticipation for the future. 

The parents were filled with a palpable sense of pride and joy at the sight of their children ready to step out into the world as young adults, and carve a niche for themselves. 

The evening culminated with the singing of the National Anthem followed by high tea laid out in the Umang lawns. 

The Graduation Ceremony holds a special significance not only for the outgoing batch of 2020, but for each and every member of the Sanskaar Valley family who has been an integral part of their journey in this esteemed institution.  

We wish our students the very best in all their future endeavors!