The Air Force School celebrated its 59th Annual
Day on 26 November 2014. Speaking on the occasion Air Marshal Ravi Kant Sharma, PVSM AVSM VM ADC, Vice Chief of the
Air Staff expressed his appreciation of the flawless event titled, ‘Samashti- The
Fabric of life’. He remarked that the
school was growing in infrastructure and in qualitative terms. In his address,
Air Marshal Sharma cautioned the youth regarding the handling of social media
.He urged them to use technology judiciously, to avoid the dangers it posed. Mrs Chitralekha Sharma , an alumna of
The Air Force School gave away the prizes to students of classes XI and XII for
academic and co-curricular achievements
The other distinguished guests included Air Marshal BBP Sinha
AVSM, DG (Wks & Cer) & Mrs.
Divya Sinha , Air Vice Marshal PR Sinha VSM, ACAS (P& D) & Mrs. Poonam
Sinha; Air Vice Marshal AK Sharma VSM, ACAS (Accts & AV) & Mrs
AK Sharma, Air Cmde H N Bhagwat, VM, PD SAS & CMC AF Schools & Mrs. Shubhada Bhagwat.
The school band consisting of students drawn from classes VI-
X greeted the guests, through the rendering of beautiful melodies on the drums
The guests viewed an art and sculpture exhibition depicting
the various moods and emotional states-the rasas that rule every individual.
The paintings and sculptures on show, displayed a blend of cubism,
expressionism and folk art in a reinvented form with the symbolic use of
colours adding depth to the paintings.
The Annual report 2013-2014 presented by the Head girl and
the Head boy showcased the rich and diverse experiences offered by the school in scholastic and
In her address the Principal, Mrs Deepika Thapar Singh laid
out the philosophy of the school. She
said, “We are very much tuned in to the inner world of our students .We
want each one of them to feel secure and empowered within these school walls so
that each day is a coming home for each child.”
The evening unfolded with Sursaaz- a blend of three ragas-
Aashavari, Kafi and Shivaranjani. The orchestra and the choir created pure
melody. The composition depicted in a metaphoric manner- the freshness and
excitement of childhood with that rustic but mellifluous instrument, the flute.
The veena played out the new heights to which our nation may rise if all of us
play our part, inspired by our muse. The beautiful use of sitar, the
swarmandal, the flute, the jaltarang, keyboard, drums, mandolin, violin, guitar
and many other instruments, created fine music. The presentation depicted the
ebb and flow of emotions.
The junior school students welcomed the guests through
“Abhinandanam’ a blend of classical dance and contemporary dance movements.
The most spectacular event of the evening was the dance drama
that displayed a myriad of emotions that are at the core of our life, our
heart- Veera, Raudra, Shringara, Hasya, Karuna, Bhayanaka, Shanta. Through poetry,
music and dance 260 children created pure magic.
The evening ended with the Air Force School song.