Flag hoisting at the hands of SSC topper in the school !
In the program to celebrate Goa liberation Day at New English High School Keri Pedne, the flag was hoisted by the student who stood first in the Goa Board examination this year. Henceforth every year Keri High School has taken the innovative step of inviting the first student from the school to hoist the flag by inviting them as the chief guest on Goa Mukti Din.
This year Sakshi Sharad Gawde, who stood first in the school by securing 90 percent marks in the 10th Goa Board examination. Sakshi is the pioneer student to get this honor to be the Chief Guest at her school in Keri. Sakshi Gawde has received this honor as the school celebrates its golden jubilee year.
After hoisting the flag on the occasion, Sakshi Gawde said while interacting with the children, it was only because of the hard work that she was able to stood first in the 10th examination in the school. You did not get discouraged because you got low marks in the first semester exam, but you study hard and diligently, that’s why one can managed to be on top. For this, Sakshi gave a message that every student of class 10 should work tirelessly to achieve their goals with determination and perseverance. She also thanked the school for inviting her as the chief guest.
Headmaster of the school Bhavarth Mandrekar while praising the success of Sakshi said, that all the students should understand how great honor it is to come first in school in class 10th and they should follow in the footsteps of the topper and become role models like her, take inspiration from her and reach the pinnacle of success. Explained the intention of honoring the child as chief guest.
Interestingly, Sakshi Gawde was recently honored with a prize of Rs 1 lakh for standing first in the school by securing 90 percent marks on the school’s annual day. The headmaster also said on this occasion that the school management will continue to award one lakh rupees to those students who pass with more than ninety percent marks.
The program was moderated, welcomed and thanked by teacher Vaishali Nhanji