The Indian Flag 'Tiranga' is engraved in the hearts of each and every Jaspalian even after more than six decades of Independent India. The school celebrates Independence Day most enthusiastically reminding one and all of the freedom struggle by depicting the life of freedom fighters through a tableau, reverberating love for our country. The kites of patriotism are spread all over through the incredible dance performance followed by flag hoisting ceremony. And what could be a better day than this for our new student council to receive epaulettes and badges from the honorable chief guest in the presence of the chairman, Sardar Surjit Singh Ji, Vice chairperson Rasna Singh Ji, our dear parents and other dignitaries and take the oath to work with utmost sincerity and loyalty for the betterment of our school.
JKPS celebrated the 70th Independence Day and Investiture ceremony in the central lawn with great patriotic fervor, zeal and zest on 11th August 2016 . Mr. Ramesh Negi, the honourable chief guest took the salute from the marching contingents of the four houses after unfurling the national flag . This was followed by the patriotic rendition sung by brimming Jaspalians .A tableau based on the epitome of strength, 'RANI LAKSHMI BAI' highlighting the theme of Women Empowerment along with vibrant dance performance kept up the lively spirit.
The function was presided over by the school chairman, S. Surjit Singh Ji, Vice-chairperson, Mrs. Rasna Singh Ji and other dignitaries. The principal Mr. George Mathew exhorted the students to follow the ideals of the great leaders and administered the oath after the school cabinet was honoured with badges and epaulettes. He also advised the leaders of tomorrow to add up to the glory of the school.The honourable Chief Guest was left spell-bound by the melodious shabad recital and spectacular dance show. He inspired the Jaspalians to know their surroundings and our glorious history and culture. The program concluded on a positive note with the students pledging to outline their goals and realising their potential.
The latest volume of the school magazine "Excelsior" was released by the honourable chief guest.