3 Angels Students Participate in the International Cultural Exchange Programme in India
3 Angels Mission School participated in the International Student’s Cultural Exchange Programme which was held in Kolkata from 6th to 8th of November 2017. 3 Angels Nepal was invited by Lakshmipat Singhania Academy.
The participants were from Germany, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Participants from 3 Angels Nepal were selected through a thorough discussion on student’s aptitude and attitude. The Welfare and Protection Committee of 3 Angels Nepal endorsed the names recommended by teachers and houseparents.
On the 6th of Nov Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, gave an Indian cultural traditional welcome to the teachers and students of Nepal, Germany, and Bangladesh.
A wonderful assembly was conducted followed by Nepali cultural dance. After the assembly, the entire Nepal, Germany and Bangladesh team were shown around the school.
In the afternoon, all participants enjoyed the trip to science city to see and observe many things related to science, evolution of life , space world, etc.
The next day, started with an assembly followed by an Indian classical dance performed by students from Lakshmipat Singhania Academy.
Friendly Cricket and Football match was organised. A team from Lakshmipat Singhania Academy played against the participating team ( Nepal, Bangladesh and Germany). The latter team led by 3 Angels student’s won the match and received the school bags as a prize.
After the games, we visited Gurusaday museum, Swaminarayan temple, Howrah bridge and Vidhaya Sagar Sether bridge.
On the 8th of Nov, all were taken for a city tour. We first visited the Jain temple and thereafter the birthplace of Rabindranath Tagore, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature 1913.
3 Angels students had a privilege to interact and make friends with students from different cultures.
These students from 3 Angel’s Children homes feel very fortunate to take part in important events which helps to see things, understand life and the world through different perspectives. It was a memorable visit of adventure and learning.
3AN has been helping children under its care to be no less competent than any other privileged children. It also envisions and hopes that these children coming from a very humble background reach the everest of success and bear fruits to help others.