It was the last day of October. Cool breeze was blowing, indicating the onset of winter. Twenty Alumni including a girl came back to their alma mater for revisiting the good old days, the days of self-transformation and enlightenment. It was a proud moment for Mr. T K Mathew to see these children in an entirely different avtar. They were so meticulous about their appearance unlike the day when they were brought from the Okhla Mandi, railway stations and other places.
Dressed up for the first DCH alumni meet, their twinkling eyes reflected their achievements and
Diwali was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in all the learning centers on 10th November. Children decorated their classes, made rangoli and paintings. Some also pledged to burst only a few crackers. The day was marked with a poster making and rangoli competition at Sanjay Colony. The students were given geometry boxes as prizes and refreshment to satiate their taste buds.
he Gole Kuan learning center clubbed Diwali celebrations with the Childrens' day celebration, considering that it was Saturday on 14th November. The students decorated their classes,