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Chiraagh Festival aims to ignite spark for learning, personal growth among students of Delhi

Radiance News Service

New Delhi, Nov. 30: The Chiraagh festival, organized by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Delhi Women’s Wing, here aims to promote ethics, healthy competitions, physical engagement, and the play-way engagement method. The wing has been spreading joy, fostering learning, and promoting healthy competition since its commencement on October 1. The festival, which ran until Sunday, engaged students from various schools across the city in a series of fun activities, games, competitions, and learning opportunities. The little students were appreciated with certificates.

The two-month-long festival kicked off in West Delhi on October 1, specifically in Vikas Nagar and Uttam Nagar, with total participation of 135 students. The enthusiasm continued to radiate in Jahangirpuri on October 15, where 125 students actively participated. The Garima Garden program on October 22 saw a whopping participation of 170 students from prestigious schools such as Green Fields School, Saint Mary School, Ved Memorial School, J.H Public School, and Ghaziabad School.

The Chiraagh festival’s flame reached Loni on October 29, where 95 students participated in the event held at Bright Future Arabic School. The caravan of the festival came to light up Central Delhi on November 29, with participation of 120 students. Jaitpur, Shahadra, and Trilokpuri experienced the happiness of the festival on November 5, with 88, 140, and 54 students participating respectively, in the festival.

On November 25, the caravan reached South East Delhi, marking a significant milestone, with a staggering 439 students participating. In the event, students from Abul Fazal Enclave, Zakir Nagar, Kanchan Kunj, Okhla, and Shaheen Bagh joined in the festivities.

The grand conclusion took place on November 26 at The Scholar School here. Esteemed guests, including Prof. Farah Farooqi (T.T.I, JMI), Prof. Seemi Musheer (Dept. of Geography, JMI), Prof. Nadeem Ambareen (Dept. of Islamic studies, JMI), Mr. Salimullah Khan (State President, JIH Delhi), Dr. Fatima Tanveer, Assistant in-charge, and Mrs. Sadia Jabeen, graced the event to motivate the students and parents.

In the concluding speech, Mr. Salimullah Khan said, “Our future depends on students, and for that, we need to focus more on students. Students should develop social engagement; as realistic social engagement will provide correct orientation. In this orientation, parents play an important role, and the CIO plays a crucial role in developing the orientation for children. The main aim of this festival is to develop and engage students with CIO for the future.”

“Furthermore, parents must tie their children with CIO to provide better guidance for building the future of your children, society, and nation,” he added.

The aim of the Chiraagh festival has not only provided a platform for entertainment but also ignited a spark for learning and personal growth among the students of Delhi. Even as the festival comes to a close, it has left an impact that continues to shine brightly in the hearts and minds of the participants, creating lasting memories and fostering a spirit of camaraderie.

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