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    Posted On 16 August 2020

    The entire premises of Unity College resonated with patriotic melodies of heroism and love for the country since the morning of 15th August even before the flag hoisting ceremony. It was to celebrate the Red-letter Day when India got freedom from the shackles of slavery and dependence. As the pandemic has shrouded the whole world and pushed us to the virtual world, this year the celebration of sovereignty was attended only by Secretary Mr. Najmul Hasan Rizvi and the Principals and Section Heads of Unity Family - Unity College, Unity College II Shift, Unity Training Center, and Unity Veda Animation College, along with the office staff, that was in compliance to the directives of the District Administration. Chief Guest for the Day, Mr. Najmul Hasan Rizvi unfurled the tri-colour to the mellifluous tune of the National Anthem. Carrying forward the service, saplings were planted in the College premises. The idea was to promote greenery on the planet. In conclusion, sweets were distributed to sweeten the grand occasion. The teachers and children too joined the commemoration from home. Nevertheless, the forced stay at home did not lessen their fervor and zeal for the occasion. Classes VI to VIII participated in the Online Drawing Contest on the burning topic ‘Dirt Free, My Village’ while Classes IX to XII penned their ideas and impressions on the same topic in a lucid manner. The aim was to stand united and celebrate together the greatest National Festival with pride and love for the nation on the virtual platform, besides sensitizing them towards the significance of cleanliness all around. Children, enthused with passion and gusto, keenly participated in the Contests to give vent to their innovative ideas, visions, and aesthetic image of a clean India. The same national spirit prevailed over the plethora of activities in the Pre-Primary and Primary classes. The tiny-tots of Lower Nursery did craftwork with tri- colour paper, Upper Nursery participated in a Fancy Dress Contest dressed up as freedom fighters while Preparatory tried their nimble hands-on painting National Symbols. In the Primary classes, Class I participated in a Fancy Dress Contest dressed up as freedom fighters, Class II engaged in Tri-colour Craftworks, Class III made Posters, Class IV painted T-Shirts and Class V did tri-colour No- Flame Cooking. Soon mesmerizing pics of their performances started pouring in the Class-Whatsapp groups. Welcoming was the eye-feasting gallery of Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Begum HazratMahal and many more in the fancy dress corner, beautiful tri-colour images of the National Flag and patriots in the craft corner, impressive drawings in the poster corner, and lastly, smart T-Shirts and healthy dishes with the ting of tri-colour that witnessed the humble contribution of Nehru’s dear children to the national commemoration. All got a window to pay a tribute to our great leaders who struggled to gift us the invaluable gift of freedom, besides expressing their love for the Nation and respect for the National Flag. In his message to students, Principal Mr. Francis Castelino urged them to be patient and optimistic during the present crises and to utilize the present time in pursuing individual talents and skills. He wished them health and happiness, safety and peace, and to be noble and progressive citizens of India.

    Posted On 15 August 2019

    Unity College ground reverberated and resounded with patriotic fervor and gusto on the fine morning of 15th August, 2019, as all the sister branches of Unity College- Unity College II Shift, Unity Training Center and Unity Veda Animation College congregated to salute the National Flag and pay tribute to the freedom fighters who took their last breath while protecting the Nation and making India an Independent Country. College Principal Mr. Francis Castelino congratulated all present on thisproud moment of the 73rdIndependence Day, and warmly welcomed the guests. The commemoration was kicked off with the flag hoisting by the Chief Guest Mr. ZahurHaiderZaidi, IG Police, Southern Range Shimla with additional charge of IG Law & Order of the State. The solemn tone of the National Anthem elated each heart with pride for the nation.The celebration proceeded to a rainbow of programmes ranging from enthusiastic speeches to a poignant display by the NCC Cadets (Girls). The speeches unleashed the sacred love for the nation as well as duty to safeguard the country from poverty, illiteracy, corruption and violence. Then the choir took the stage with evergreen patriotic songs like Kya Ye Hi HaiMeraDesh, ‘Ye HaiHamaraWatan’ and ‘Teri Mitti’, etc. The tone of the songs accompanied with the synchronized actions spell bound the audience and also energized them with patriotic fervor. The awesome mime act offered a solemn tribute to the Pulwama victims and commemorated the undaunted courage of the Indian soldiers and their surgical strike. Last but not the least the NCC programmeput up by the girl cadets that stole the show showcased the rigorous training that the cadets go through. Addressing the gathering, Chief Guest Mr. Zahur Zaidi said that a nation is made great not by its rich physical features, but by its great people. And to be a great citizen, you don’t have to be a Gandhi or a soldier, just be whatever you are, do the best you can with what you have.College Secretary Mr. Najmul Hasan Rizvi proposed a vote of thanks and exhorted the students to stand united for a prosperous India. The event was coincided with the Van Mahotsav organized by the Science Club. Mr. Zaidi and other dignitaries planted a number of saplings in the College premises. The exuberant celebration concluded with lovely greetings of RakshaBandhan and a mouthful of sweets.