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Annual Day

Every year the school organizes a key annual event, as Annual Day, in the form of a sports fest, drama production, musical event, dance performance or a similar event. A key feature of these celebrations is that all students from LKG to class XII participate and make it an enjoyable and memorable experience.

In the first academic year, the school celebrated the Inaugural Sports Fest combining sports and cultural events. In 2004, 'Jivtara - The Musical' was celebrated as an annual production. In 2005, ‘We the People’ was celebrated as the annual day, which was our homage to the men and women who fought for the freedom of India from foreign rule.

In 2006, the school hosted the Inaugural International Sports & Cultural Fest, with participation of students from Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand, on the theme 'The Eternal Flame of Peace & Friendship'. It presented a wonderful opportunity for nearly 1000 students from the school and 110 students from these countries to establish lasting bonds of friendship, and to compete in a variety of sporting events.

In 2007, we celebrated our Annual Day as 'The Great Indian Mela', comprising of a musical event to celebrate India's 60 years of Independence, and a fete to raise funds for the many NGOs that our students support and work with. Through this fun-filled event they served a great cause - a significant amount was collected and donated to the NGOs, in addition to the sales these NGOs made at the event by selling their products.

In 2008, the school staged a very contemporary play ‘I Have A Dream’ with music, dance and theatrical enactments, and climate change being the central theme; scientists, environmentalists and veteran film personalities were honoured on the occasion.

The Annual Day of 2009 ‘I am Mumbai’ was a piece from our everyday lives in Mumbai. The School’s production, through its theatrical enactment flavoured with music and dance, celebrated Mumbai’s history, heritage, diversity and success stories; while also depicting the threats and issues affecting the lives of Mumbaikars.

In 2010, the School celebrated its Annual Day on the theme 'Chrismast'. It consisted of a musical 'The Gift', which showcased our children's creative talents and the 'Christmas Carnival', which gave a colourful exposition of their ethos of loving and giving. The funds raised from this Carnival supported the various service initiatives our children have taken up

In 2011, the School celebrated its Annual Day on the theme ‘Utsav’, celebrating India’s rich heritage and exhibiting the diverse cultures which are interwoven in the fabric of our country through a musical journey of celebrating the festivals of India.

In 2012, the school celebrated its Annual Day on the theme ‘Mother’- a musical about India and her people. It was a particularly momentous occasion as the school was on the threshold of an important milestone- the joy of completing 10 years.

Graduation Ceremony

The school organized its inaugural Graduation Ceremony on May 25, 2005 wherein the first graduating batch of the IBD Programme - the Class of 2005 - comprising 57 students received their graduation certificates and special awards.

Dr. R.A. Mashelkar, Director General, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), was the Chief Guest on the occasion.

The second Graduation Ceremony held in May 2006 was graced by Dr. Kiran Bedi, IPS, as the Chief Guest; 81 students of the second batch of the IBD Programme (the Class of 2006) graduated on the occasion.

For the third Graduation Ceremony - the Class of 2007 - Prof. Dipak C. Jain, former Dean, Kellogg School of Management (currently Dean, INSEAD the Business School for the World, Fontainebleau, France) was the Chief Guest; 71 IBD Programme candidates graduated on the occasion.


In the fourth Graduation Ceremony which was held in May 2008, 88 IBD Programme students - the Class of 2008 - received their graduation certificates and special awards at the hands of Dr. Eduardo D. Glandt, Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Pennsylvania.

For the Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2009 which had 88 IBD Programme graduating students, our Chief Guest was Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament; the Former Minister of State for External Affairs, Government of India and Former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations.

In the sixth Graduation Ceremony, with 87 graduating students from the Class of 2010, Dr. Rajendra K. Pachauri - the Chair of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Director General of TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute) was the Chief Guest.

In the seventh Graduation Ceremony which was held in May 2011, 92 students of the IBD Programme Class of 2011 received their graduation certificates and special awards at the hands of Dr. Prannoy Roy, Chairman and Whole-time Director of NDTV.

In the eighth Graduation Ceremony, with 87 graduating students from the Class of 2012, Dr. Anand Sharma, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Textiles, Government of India was the Chief Guest.

In the ninth Graduation Ceremony, with 97 graduating students from the Class of 2013, Shri. Aamir Khan, who is an internationally renowned actor, director, producer and a proponent supporting various humanitarian and social causes was the Chief Guest.


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