Eminent Guests at School

"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all."

EMINENT GUEST VISITED OUR SCHOOL

(1) During session 2012-13 farewell hon'ble guest were Mr. Daljeet Singh Thakur (S.P. Kangra) and his wife Mrs. Daljeet Thakur ( Exn. in PWD Dept.)

(2) On the starting session of 2013-14 honourable Brij Bihari Butail (MLA) was the Eminent Guest of our School He highlighted huge public that day.

(3) During session 2012-13 the eminent guest was D.S.P Manmohan Singh. He given rules of traffic to all over the students.

(4) During session 2012-13 Mr. Sharma was the eminent guest. He is the Disastering management officer. He given lots of information related to disaster. 

(5) Hon'ble SDM Palampur Mr. Bhupender Attri also visited the school on 20 September 2013, He distributed Saplings to the students of our school. He also told us the importance of plantation.

(6) Crescent Public School Celebrated its first Annual Day on 28 Dec 2014 amidst great zest, vibrance and elation Shri. C Paulrasu Hon'ble DSP of Kangra was the esteemed guest. He addressed the gathering. He added that students should not only be imparted excellent education but also be given great scruples and values so they can effectively serve their state as well as their nation.

(7) On 27 Dec 2015, Crescent School again celebrated its second Annual Day. Shri. K. K Katoch hon'ble V. C of CSKKV Palampur was the esteemed guest. Among other dignitaries present were Shri. Vipin Sharma Director of the school, Shri Manoj Bhardwaj Principal of the school, Press, Parents and students hon'ble K. K. Katoch addressed the gathering. He viewed that imparting quality education to children has always been a challenge.

(8) Crescent Public School Celebrated its 3rd Annual Day on 19th Nov 2016, N. K. Airy hon’ble Major General was the eminent guest. He expressed his great elation for having visited Crescent School and apprised the gathering that it had always been his keen desire to visit CPS and that he always enjoy and makes it a point to visit children's programmes as they are the future of country.