The Modern School Investiture Ceremony


The investiture ceremony was organized on 28th of September, 2010 at The Modern School. It was the day when individuals were invested with responsibilities and got ready to embark on a new journey as leaders. It was the most coveted and special day for over sixteen hundred students and over a hundred teachers and staff.

Early in the morning when the school and house flags fluttered in all their grace and might and the sun shone, bright the investiture ceremony started. The following office bearers were felicitated and awarded house badges.

School Captain – Akansha singh

School Vice captain – Ekta Burman

School Sports captain – Ankit Soti

Geeta House
Captain – Shweta Srivastava
Vice captain – Shreshtha Gupta

Krishnamurthy House
Captain – Neeranshi Swaroop
Vice captain – Saumya Agarwal

Socrates House
Captain – Suruchi Prabhakar
Vice captain – Manas Sinha

Vivekananda House
Captain – Bhavya Pandey
Vice captain – Karan Sabharwal

It was a  proud moment for parents, to see their children being given responsibilities of the highest order. Tears of joy and pride were evident on their faces.

Principal, Ms. Meena Kane after handing over the badges congratulated all the new office bearers and thanked the parents for their support and presence.

Mr. Rakesh Kapoor addressing the audience

Mr. Rakesh Kapoor addressing the audience

Later our Quality Director Mr. Rakesh Kapoor addressed the parents and children. “Modern School children are taught to be resilient and to be able to stand up to any situation in life and face hardships with confidence and a smile on their faces”. He further added that the school works tirelessly towards making its students ‘Fully Functioning Persons’ imbibing in them qualities of empathy, congruency and unconditional regard. If a child understands the other persons point of view (empathy), presents his true self (congruency) and keeps unconditional and non judgmental attitude towards others (unconditional regard), such a child would definitely become a great leader and influence the lives of many.

Mr. Kapoor congratulated the students and encouraged them to take on the roles of great responsibility that they had been entrusted with. He also  urged parents to inspire and support their children in carrying out their leadership duties.

Inspiring, motivating and awarding, were words that described this event most aptly. It was not just a day when prefects were invested and conferred with new responsibilities but also a day when new leaders are born and their tryst with new challenges and hurdles begin and so does the test of a true leader.