St. Joseph's Sr. Sec. School
Sector 44-D, Chandigarh
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It is correctly said that “Terrorists have no religion. They only understand the language of devastation”.
St. Joseph’s Sr. Sec. Day marked Anti –Terrorism day to pay homage to the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The day is marked to spread awareness about the violence that is carried out by the terrorists. On 21 May, every year, Anti Terrorism Day is observed to impart knowledge to the youth about terrorism and also its impact on human suffering and the loss of precious lives. This day makes people aware of the anti-social acts of terrorists. It is necessary to propagate the message of humanity and peace on this day. In India, this day is celebrated every year to highlight the importance of standing up against the brutality of the terrorists who wreck havoc in the lives of innocent people. No doubt, it is an attack on the rights of human beings and their basic need to survive. It is thus imperative for us as people and a nation to come together and eliminate this evil and spread love, compassion and understanding within ourselves and our community. Terrorism not only spoils the relations between two countries but raises human right issues in the world as we have seen in the current conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians entry of terrorist group Hamas has escalated the problems and things which could have been sorted out have gone out of control.
Raman House conducted the ‘Slogan Writing Competition’ in Secondary Block in which Josephians wrote meaningful slogans conveying the message of brotherhood and love. A great way for children to appreciate the value of brotherhood and peace. Students were shown a video highlighting the sufferings of common people and showing how it is detrimental to the national interest. The Sr. Secondary Block students made colourful posters depicting the theme in which they unleashed their hidden talent creatively. The students were enlightened by an expert Mrs. Navleen Nahar on ‘Anti –terrorism’ in which the significance of the day was discussed at length. In ‘Slogan Writing Competition’, Balkaran Singh (IX F) and Ishmeet Kaur ( IXD) bagged 1st and 2nd position respectively whereas Jaswinder Singh (IXE) and Arnav Sharma (IXF) secured 3rd position. The judgements were based on creativity and presentation.
The School Principal, Ms. Monica Chawla appreciated the students and the teachers for taking the initiative of promoting the feeling of love, harmony and patriotism. She motivated the nation builders to handle the challenge against terrorism and be patriotic towards their nation.

St. Joseph’s Sr. Sec. School
Sector 44-D, Chandigarh
Ph. +91 172 4639566,  2662616

Why St. Joseph’s?

St. Joseph’s Sr. Sec. School is one of the chandigarh’s prestigious schools with quality education, a strong intellectual backdrop, an unequivocal commitment to social service , a curriculum that develops various qualities such as discipline, leadership, a spirit of service fair play and becoming responsible world’s citizens.The school bagged three awards in the current session ‘The Best School for Quality Education ‘,’Swachh Vidyalaya’ and ‘ The best Eco club’.
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