HAPS Developed Global Citizenship Education With International Delegates From South Africa

For Development Global Citizenship education and cultural exchange program between India and South Africa, Ms. Radhika Rama and Ms. Linda Schomer, Head of Department of Commerce and Physical Science respectively at St. Cyprian School, Cape Town, South Africa enjoyed a lot on second day of their visit. Aforementioned international guests were provided information about ancient Indian tradition and culture, dance forms, Round Square, various delicious Indian food cuisines and Student Empowerment through Value in Action (SEVA). To make the guests familiar with Indian Cultural Heritage, an exhibition was also demonstrated. To make the day more memorable and mesmerizing various cultural performances i.e. Shiv Vandana, Yoga show, Giddha and Bhangra were also organized by the staff members and the students of HAPS. All these above mentioned performances were commenced after lightening the lamp by guests and all management dignitaries of HAPS, hence followed by welcome speech by Mrs. Naina Lakahnpal, Principal HAPS. Ms. Radhika Rama and Ms. Linda Schomer also share and exchanged their views regarding their culture and tradition and both of them also gave cultural based performances as well. Both of these international guests admired the hospitality of host school, Indian people and great Indian culture. Prof. R.C. Lakhanpal. Chairman HAPS, Mrs. C.P. Lakhanpal, Vice Chairperson, HAPS, Er. Pankaj Lakhanpal, Director HAPS, Mrs. Naina Lakhanpal, Principal HAPS and Dr. Himanshu Sharma, Principal academics, HAPS thanked the guests for their vist and spending some quality time with whole HAPS family. On this occasion, Mrs. Naina Lakhanpal, Principal HAPS congratulated school coordinators, all other staff members and other non faculty members of the school for their valuable contribution in smooth conduct and successful completion of the entire program.