National Farmers' Day
"A farmer is a magician who produces money from the mud."
Farmers are considered the backbone of the country. They are the only ones in our economy who buy everything at retail, sell everything at wholesale, and pay the freight both ways. National Farmers' Day is observed every year on 23 December to acknowledge the contribution of farmers in our lives. The day is observed to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mr. Choudhary Charan Singh, India's fifth Prime Minister.
The Farmer’s Day was celebrated at GISK with an objective to create awareness among young learners about the importance of farmers and farming for a healthy and prosperous nation, and to inspire them to take up agriculture as a career option. The whole campus of GISK was set up as a farm to give the feeling of a village. The learners were dressed up like a farmer and various activities that are carried out in village were demonstrated by the little learners.
The celebration started with a prayer. Our learners performed a group dance and also recited the poems. The importance of food and healthy living was the message given from the skit. Our respected principal Mrs. Sonia Budhiraja address the learners and made them understand importance of farmers in our life. Also the learners promised that no wastage of food will take place. At last it was a fun filled day spend with village memories.
“Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan”