INTERACT CLUB

INTERACT CLUB 2020-21 INSTALLATION CEREMONY 

The Virtual Installation of the Interact Club 2021-22, Modern School, Koradi Road was organized on 27th August, 2021.

The meeting was called to order by the outgoing President Tanushree Zalki. Ms Cajal Gupta welcomed the dignitaries present for the occasion

President Rotary Club of Nagpur Rtn Mrs. Jerestin Watchmaker, Hon. Secretary Rtn Rakhi Bhatia, Rtn. Director Manisha Kapoor, Chairpersons Interact Rtn. Archana Jain, and Rtn. Ruchi Uppal Principal Ms. Rupali Dey, Head Mistress Ms. Asha Deshraj and School Manager Mr. Rohan Kapai.

The program began with a prayer song. Tanushree Zalki enlightened everybody about the activities done by the Interact team in the year 2020-21 supported with a power point presentation.

The teacher-in-charge of the Interact Club, Ms. Geeta Yadav announced the names of the children selected for the new Board of the Interact Club 2021-22.

For the first time, the newly elected office bearers were presented with the badges by their parents. After the new team took the oath to carry out their duties with dedication and determination, the incoming President Ms. Manasvi Rawat gave the acceptance speech and informed the Rotarians about their upcoming activities. Our Principal, Ms. Rupali Dey Ma’am congratulated the new Board of the Interact Club and extended her warm wishes for their future endeavours. The President of the Rotary Club Rtn. Jerestin Watchmaker inspired the children with her encouraging words and appreciated the work done by the Interact club in the previous year. She also motivated them to keep up their good work. Finally, the program ended with the vote of thanks by the Vice President Ajinkya Gahukar expressing his heartfelt gratitude towards one and all present at the event.

 

My Eco Friendly Ganesha

To create awareness among the society to celebrate eco-friendly Ganesh Festival, Modern School, Koradi Road and Rotary Club of Nagpur organized a Civic Awareness programme for an Eco friendly Ganesha Mahostav. The competition’s objective was to appeal people to opt for Ganesha idol made up of mud and Natural colours than of clay and POP. The participants were asked submit the photograph of their Household Ganapati along with the detail information of eco-friendly decoration.

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