Annual Report




PRINCIPAL’S ANNUAL REPORT  2017-18

 

The completion of 10 years is indeed a major milestone in the life of an educational institution. Mayor World School, under the aegis of Mayo College Ajmer, started its journey in 2004, and since its inception the School has carved a niche for itself by providing value-based education and for imparting the ideals of academic excellence, sense of discipline and high moral and ethical values, leading to the development of an integrated personality within the child. The motto of the School “Inspiring Excellence” is reflected in its faith that education is a continuous process of awakening individual potential and inculcating in them the desire to excel in various spheres of life. 

As an enduring tradition, we take this time to pause, turn around to look at the year gone by, rest on our laurels fleetingly and then surge ahead with vigour.

 

I take the privilege to present the highlights of our achievements in the year 2017-18 through the annual report.

 

“Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know that how great you can be. What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!”

 

The School looks at each learner as a unique ‘whole person’ with inherent genius, special capabilities and unlimited potential. By providing a conducive and encouraging environment, learners are mentored to participate in a variety of intra and inter school activities and competitions. These help them not only to showcase their talents, hone their skills but also entail opportunities that lead to multi-dimensional growth of their physical, social, intellectual and spiritual being, leading them to make them global citizens.

 

1. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

 Excellence in academics is the hallmark of any good institution

 

 · The school attained 100% result in AISSE Grade X board examination 2017-18

 

1st position was secured by Sanchi Gupta  at 97%, the 2nd position was clinched by Davvrat Chadha at 95% and the 3rd position was held by Sugam Dhawan and Prarthna Magon at 94.4%.

 

o   On the whole out of 75 students, nearly 25% bagged above 90% marks. 52% scored above 80% and nearly 90% students clinched above 70% marks.

 

·   The brilliant and outstanding performance of students in Grade XII is evident from the innumerable laurels brought to the School.

 

o   The school attained 100% result in grade XII board examination 2017-18.

 

o   In Science Stream Simarpreet Matharoo bagged the first position with 95% marks closely followed by Saloni Bhatia who secured 92.7%.

 

o   In Commerce Stream Seerat bagged the first position with 95%marks, closely followed by Sanya Kaur who secured 94.5% and the third position was secured by Chandan Kumar with 92.3%

 

·    In Humanities Stream Damini Kashyap bagged the first position with 86%marks and the second was secured by Adaa Saini with 83% marks.

 

·    On the whole 20% students secured more than 90% marks, 40% students secured more than 80% marks and 72% students secured more than 70%marks. All the students secured more than 60% marks.

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARDS

 

The ISA is a badge of honour for a school for exhibiting outstanding work in international education to foster cultural understanding and skills among the youngsters.  We are proud to announce that the School has won the much coveted International School Award (2018 - 2021). It carries an accreditation that allows the school to use ISA logo for the next three years.

 

AWARDS AND FELICITATIONS

 

·  In a felicitation ceremony  organised by AKS Education Awards, to recognise and honour individuals and institutions that have made significant contributions in the field of education in India and abroad, our Vice Chairperson, Ms. Neerza Mayor has been awarded as the Highly Effective Edupreneur of the year. 

 

·   Mayor World School received an award of honour for its contribution in the field of education by Apeejay Education society.

 

 OLYMPIADS

 

·   Harsh Arora of grade 11 bagged Bronze medal and a cash prize of Rs. 1000 in National Cyber Olympiad.

 

·   Aarav Thakur of grade 2 clinched a gift voucher and a certificate of excellence in Mathematical Olympiad.

 

·  Ahren Singh of grade 3 won a gift voucher and a certificate of excellence in National Cyber Olympiad.

 

·    Ayana Sehgal (III), Rusham jain and Sakhi Gupta (VII) clinched a gold medal in Hindi Olympiad.

 

·    Rajsi Mehra (III), Rajvir Singh and Maureen Jain (IV), Meir Singh Pandher (V) won a silver medal in Hindi Olympiad.

 

·    Ahren Singh (III) bagged a bronze in Hindi Olympiad.

 

CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAMME FOR STUDENTS

 

·   Agam Jolly of Grade XII had been selected to attend LaunchX – a five week summer programme – on full scholarship, offered by the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, which is ranked as the no.1 university in the world.

 

·    Agam Jolly made us proud yet another time on being selected in the Junior Academy of New York Academy of Sciences where he would work in team to create solutions for the global concerns

 

·   Gunangad Pal Singh of Grade XII has secured first rank in National Level Science Talent Search Examination, NSTSE 2018, conducted by Unified Council. He has achieved the distinction in stage-II of Kishore Vigyanik Protsahan Youjna(KVYP) and has been awarded scholarship. 

 

·    Davvrat Chadha of Grade XI had been selected to attend INSPIRE camp –a one week programme sponsored by DST- Govt. of India at Khalsa College, Jalandhar.

 

 

 ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME FOR STUDENTS

 

·    A 45 minutes workshop by renowned Mighty Minds Team hailing from Andhra Pradesh comprising professionals from various spheres, made the students aware of various scientific aspects of learning. 

 

·   The Mayorites from grades VI to XII participated in the workshop where they were given tips on how to improve concentration, learning skills and memory power.

 

·   A workshop on 'stranger Danger' was conducted for the students of Mayor Galaxy The children were also told about 'Good touch and Bad touch'. A similar workshop was also organised for the Grades I to V.

 

·   Another workshop on Puberty and understanding our feelings was organised for Grades VI-VIII

 

·    Loving what you do brings contentment but doing what you love makes you successful and happy. To help the 12th graders choose the right career, Mr. Abhinandan, a career counselor from B.M.L. Munjal University addressed the students on the importance of right career choices.

 

·    A workshop was organised in which the female helping staff of the school was taught to make affordable and hygienic sanitary napkins. All the members of student council along with 20 other Mayorites participated enthusiastically irrespective of their gender.

 

·    The School organised a workshop for the students of Grade IX and X on Cyber Safety, by the members of Social Curator. The students were enlightened about the threats of e-frauds, cyber bullying, hacking and online human trafficking.

 

 

 ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME FOR TEACHERS

 

·   Our teachers constantly strive to stay updated by attending workshops and various training programmes. The teaching faculty got an insight into the rejuvenating zone of happiness and contentment with the lively workshop conducted by Mr. Surya Narain Bahadur from Confluence, focussing on the numerous ways of encouraging results and relationships in classrooms.

 

·    Mr. Gaurav Kumar, the official tennis coach of the School qualified for the Coaches Certification Programme Certificate, organised under the aegis of All India Tennis Association. He was awarded as “AITA ELEMENTARY COACH” as well as AITA MINI- TENNIS COACH.

 

·    An NGO ‘Desh Apnayen’ conducted the workshop to inculcate civic sense in future generation. The seminar focused on improved teaching methodology for making the subject more interesting and easier.

 

·   To enhance the English teaching skills two different English workshops on Capacity Building, organised by CBSE were attended by the respective teachers.

 

CAMPS, VISITS AND EXHIBITION     

 

·   With the objective of imparting an experiential learning, the school organised a Day Camp for Mayor Galaxy and Grades I & II whereas the students from Grades III to IX participated in the Night Camp. Nearly 550 students participated enthusiastically in all the camps organised by the professional group ‘Team Adventure’

 

·   Under Measles and Rubella Vaccination drive, initiated by the State Govt, nearly 800 students were vaccinated in the presence of the concerned medical officer

 

·   The students of grade VII and VIII of Mayor World School explored the exhibition of the Army’s latest equipment and weapons .which included artillery guns, versatile and lethal tanks, missiles, radar and hi-tech communication equipments.

 

·   To help students overcome the hurdles of Mathematics, a capacity building workshop was attended by the faculty members.

 

·   An industrial visit to Verka Milk Plant, Jalandhar was organised for the students of grade XI and XII of commerce stream to understand the production process of various products by Verka

 

·   A special visit to Akshardham temple was organised for the students of Grade I and II. The little visitors gathered knowledge about the life of Lord ‘Neelkanth’ through an animated movie shown to them.

 

·   To make the young Mayorites know the  conventional way of sending messages through letter, the students of Mayor Galaxy were taken to a Post Office where they posted post cards for their family members.

 

·   To break the monotony of routine, the school organised movies shows “102 Not Out” and “First Man” for the students.

 

·   A Book Fair was organised by the School in association with Scholastic Books where excellent range of books and quality literature was made accessible to all ages.

 

·   To bring awareness about Arthritis, the Vice Chairperson Ms. Neerza Mayor along the students from grade VIII and teachers participated in a walk, organised by NHS Hospital.

 

·   A group of 56 children along with 6 teachers went on a two nights three days trip to Chandigarh and Kasauli. The children went for site seeing and visited the places of historical importance.

 

 INFRASTRUCTURE AND NEW VENTURES

 

·   The school has started with the Cricket Academy in a conducive learning environment, under the tutelage of an experienced coach.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL

 

Keeping with the spirit of making the students an all rounder, Council Elections were held as a pedagogical tool. A council of students comprising Head Girl, Head Boy, Vice Head Girl, Vice Head Boy, Captains, Vice Captains and Prefects for various domains was elected through voting.

 

CELEBRATION

 

“Celabration is life’s frosting and we all know frosting is the best part of cake!

 

·  An incredible and a brilliant evening was hosted and organised by Grade XI to bid farewell to the outgoing students of Grade XII.

 

·  Mayor Galaxy celebrated its Annual Function based on the theme ‘ONE WORLD ONE DREAM’ with a message to spread love and affection in the world.

 

·  On the Earth Day, various activities like a special assembly, planting saplings were conducted. Children enjoyed colouring worksheets as well.

 

·  On the occasion of Labour Day, the students of Mayor Galaxy were made aware that we should be always be thankful and humble towards all the helpers like drivers, conductors, helpers, guards, chefs etc. who make life easier for us.

 

·  To enhance the oneness and feeling of patriotism amongst the students, the School organised a colouring activity on the theme patriotism for Grade 1 to 5 and poster making activity for grade 6 to 10.

 

·  A two days one night trip to Dalhousie was organised for the teachers, that included sight seeing and fun games.

 

·  Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic songs and dance performances by the students. The tiny tots of Mayor Galaxy presented a patriotic song in accompaniment of their teachers. A theme based contemporary dance with different formation of tricolour was presented.

 

·  A Nukkad Natak depicting the issues of modern India was staged enthusiastically. A medley comprising patriotic songs was also highly applauded by the audience.

 

·  ‘Prakriti Mahotsav’ was celebrated in the School. The Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Varinder Kumar Sharma inaugurated the event, supported by the Members of CASA, under Mission Green School.

 

·  To celebrate the auspicious occasion of ‘Raksha Bandhan’ with our national heroes, the School consigned 500 ‘Rakhis’ made by the Mayorites to those deployed at the international borders.

 

·  On the occassion of Janamashtami a trip to Akshardham temple was organised for the students of Mayor Galaxy.

 

·  On the occasion of the Teachers’ Day,The Management organised two-days and one-night exuberating trip to the luxurious resort, Gaj Retreat for the faculty. The fun filled, extravagant excursion comprised fun games, pool games, dance party etc.

 

·  The Student Council organised a cultural extravaganza on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. The Mayorites presented a grand show comprising cultural items, fun games and ramp walk.

 

·  Children’s Day was exuberantly celebrated where the  Members of Student Council were invited as the Guests of Honour. The teachers presented a vibrant show hosted by the Vice Chairperson.

 

 CHARITY

 

God has given us two hands one to receive and the other to give with.”

 

·    In continuation of the efforts to uplift the deprived sections, school bags, stationary material, mosquito coils and repellents were distributed to the children of the Next Generation Foundation School by Grade VIII-X

 

·    To extend a helping hand for the devastated Kerala, the Mayorites and their parents donated generously in the form of food items, toiletries, medicines, etc.

 

·    The ‘Joy of Giving Week’ was celebrated with great zeal and zest. The students made altruistic donations during this week in terms of clothing, shoes, stationery items, newspapers, toiletries, gadgets and money. On the culmination of the event, a Blood Donation Camp was organised, in association with Dr. Navdeep Kaur from Civil Hospital.

 

·     The Mayorites donated generously for the NGO-Global Cancer Concern.

 

·     Grade IX-X students donated two chalk-boards to NGF World School for the under privileged.

 

·    Employee Provident Fund Organisation celebrated ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ at Mayor World School. A cartoon and poster making competition was organised for students of grades V-XII on the topic- “Eradicating Corruption and Building India”

 

INTER SCHOOL CO CURRICULAR ACHIEVEMENTS

 

Our students won laurels in diverse external competitions. Some of them are a must to mention:

 

·    The Diplomathon Conference was held in Cambridge International School for Girls in Jalandhar. There were 15 Committees with 500 delegates from all over Punjab. 34 Mayorites pariticipted in 11 Committees and bagged 19 prizes under various categories.

 

BEST DELEGATE

 

 Aishna Oberoi (Xl),  Eshani Mahajan (IX). Ahana Aggarwal (Vlll)

 
SPECIAL MENTION

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Purab Jain (X),  Roshni Bhatia and Gurasees Singh (VIII),  Gurshaan Singh Paintal (VI) 

 

 VERBAL MENTION                              

 

Ayushi (XI),  Tejasav Khurana,  Vansh Goel ,  Srishty Bhatia (IX), Chitaj Mayor,  Phurman Sama (VIII), .Charanasses Singh ,Ananya, Gaurish Sablok., Adeev, Chinmaye. (Vll), and Malishka Aggarwal (VI)

    

·         In ASMUN-2018 held at Apeejay School out of the 6 participants, 4 bagged prizes.

 

Tejasav, Arshit and Soumil (IX) and Ish Gupta of (X) got Verbal Mention.

 

“Music is the Medicine of mind, nutrition for the soul and a heartbeat of nature.”

 

·    In the Inter School Music Competition at Ivy World School, Syna Aggarwal (VI) enthralled the audience and bagged first position in Solo Western Song category.

 

·   Madhvi and Nitya Bhalla(XII), Rajbir(XI), Drish Jaitely and Priyanshu(IX), Parth Rana and Priyal Sood (VIII) and Chinmaye (VII) bagged the fourth position in the group song.

 

·    The School clinched the overall trophy as well.

 

In Tech Fest- 2018, organised by Apeejay College of Fine Arts:-

 

·  Harsh Arora and Gunangad Pal Singh (XII) bagged First position in Programming Skills

 

·  Davvrat Chadha (XI) and Agam Jolly (XII) clinched First position in Mobile App Idea Presentation.

 

·  Parth Rana Shoor (VIII) won Second position in Poetical Recitation.

 

·  The Group Dance comprising Reet Arora, Saina Tiwari, Anandi Mayor, Deepanjali, Gursimran Parmar, Sahib Julka, Prisha Sachdev from Grade X and Emma Vinayak, Mistie Dhillon , Harnoor Aneja from Grade IX clinched Third Position. 

 

·  Lavaanya Jain and Abheer Mahajan from Grade XII participated in Business Idea Presentation and got a Consolation prize

 

·  Kriti Kumar (XII) along with Ishita Bhandari (X) expressed their talent in Rangoli Competition and got a Consolation prize.

 

      ·  In Zenith-2018, organised by Apeejay Institute of Management,

 

o   Gurmehak (IX) and Dityaa (IV) clinched the third position in ‘Best out of Waste.’

 

o   Rishika Aggarwal (X) came out with flying colours securing third position in ‘On the Spot Painting Competition.’

 

o   Roshini Bhatia (VIII) exhibited her linguistic Proficiency and clinched the third position in ‘Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition.’

 

·   Melodious Mayorite Chinmaye Jain (VII) participated in Bhajan/ Shabad singing category in Dr. J. S. Bawra Sangeet Pratiyogita organised by Sangeet Kala Manch,    and bagged 3rd position in junior category amongst 24 participants.

 

·    Mayor World School added another feather to its illustrious cap by hosting an Inter School Annual Chairman’s Debate. A total number of 15 schools participated.The second position was won by Sumedha Bhandhari and Mitansh Jain of Mayor World School.

·    Mayorites took another challenge and participated in the gripping Mental Arithmetic Competition organised by Ignited Brains.

 

The accolade receivers in Abacus are as follows:

 

o   In level one the1st position was bagged by D Dhruv Gulati III-D (level 1) 1st positionhruv Gulati of grade III,

 

o    The second position was clinched by Ahren Singh of grade III and Mehir Singh of grade V and

 

o   The third position was won by Sakhi Gupta of grade VII

 

·    In level two the 1st position was bagged by Sahana Khanna of grade IV,

 

o  The second position was clinched by Manya Mehta of grade III.

 

·    In level three the 2nd position was bagged by Suvan Gupta of grade IV

 

·   Asmi Kapoor (VII) bageed 1st position in  a Drawing Competition organised by G.D. Goenka School.

 

·   Krishna Gupta won the 2nd position and Ruhan Arora 3rd in a Drawing Competition organised by Guru Amardas Public School.

 

·   Chinmaye Jain Participated in  the Niyaane Punjab De Season 3, and bagged the title of Best artist.

 

·    Yukti of Grade XI clinched 2nd position in the solo dance, in Sabhyatech organised by CT group.

 

·    In Kala Utsav 2018- a District level competition organised by Minisry of Human Resource Development , Madhvi (XII) bagged 2nd position in Solo Instrumental whereas Rajbir Singh (XI) clinched 3rd position in Solo Folk  Song.

 

 

Dhruv Gulati III-D (level 1) 1st positioDhruv Gulati

Dhruv Gulati III-D (level 1) 1st position

Ahren Singh III-D ( level 1) 2nd position

Manya Mehta III -D ( level 2) 2nd position

Meir Singh V-D (level 1) 2nd position

Sakhi Gupta VII-C (level 1) 3rd position

Suvan Gupta VIII-C ( level 3) 2nd position

The wizards awarded in Visualisation category were:

Manya Mehta III -D ( level 2) 3rd position

Sahana Khanna IV-C (level-2) 1st position

Suvan Gupta VIII-C ( level 3) 3rd position

The prize winners in the Drawing Competition category were:

Ruhan Arora VII-C 3rd position

Krishna Gupta VII-B 2nd position

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS 

Sports are indispensable part of a student’s life. They not only help in holistic growth of a child but also help him to learn skills.

FOOTBALL

·    In Inter School Zonal Football Tournament 2018-19, organised by G.S.S School, Khambra.  The team Under-14 won the final match and bagged the trophy. The team comprised Tavish Mahajan, Waris Sharma,Divyam Aggarwal, Harmanbir Singh, Phurman Sama, Jatin Kumar, Adeev Pratap Singh, Aaryan Jain, Ayush Nanda, Dev Puri, Manan Bhatia, Rehan Sidhu, Shubham Aggarwal, Sahil Bains, Nimish Gupta, Armaanpreet, Krish Kohli and Jai Banga.

 

·    Phurman Sama (VIII) represented Jalandhar in State Level Soccer Tournament conducted by CBSE at Barnala.

 

TENNIS

·    In P.S.E.B. District Tennis Tournament,  Piyush, Sahib, Rabdeep, Garv and Abhiraj bagged 2nd position in U-17 category.

 

·    In U-14 Girls category Kashvi, Rubab, Prabhjot, Harneet and Gurjot Kaur bagged the 1st position.

 

·    In PSEB State Trials our ace player Aneet of grade XII has qualified to be the first player in U-19 girl’s team.  Kashvi of grade VIII became the first player and Rubaab of grade VIII became the third player in U-14 girl’s team. Another aspiring player, Ajeet of grade VII will be the third player in U-14 boy’s team and Garv of grade XI will be the fourth player in U-17 boy’s team representing Jalandhar.

   

      ·     In District Open Tennis Tournament, organised by Singha Sports Academy, Jalandhar

 

•     Krishav (II) bagged 1st position in U-7 category.

 

•     Naman (II) clinched 2nd position in U-8 category.

 

•     Medhansh (III) received 4th position in U-9 category

 

·     Rabdeep Singh (X)  bagged the runners up trophy u-18 boys in Open Lawn Tennis Tournament held at Jalandhar Gymkhana Club.

 

·     In PSEB Tennis State Tournament (Girls), held in Shishu Niketan, Mohali, amongst the participants from 22 districts, Aneet Kaur (XII) bagged 3rd position U-19 (Girls)   category.

 

·     Kashvi Aggarwal and Rubab Kaur (VIII) grabbed 2nd position in U-14 (Girls) category.

 

SHOOTING

Big shots are only the little shots that keep shooting.

·   Harmehar Singh Lally (VIII) participated in Skeet Shooting Junior Men, U-21 category, under the aegis of Punjab State Shotgun Shooting Championship held in Moti Bagh Gun Club, Patiala and clinched a gold medal.

 

·    He also won a silver medal in Skeet shooting organised by of Military Literature Festival, Patiala.

 

·    Harmehar representeed Punjab in All India 27th  G V Mavalankar Shooting Championship and clinched a Bronze Medal. He has qualified for the National Shotgun   Championship.

 

·    Pihu Dua(IX) participated in District Rifile Shooting Championship and bagged Gold medal in 10 metre air rifle shooting and has qualified for the Nationals.

 

  

KARATE

In CKC North India Karate championship held at Adarsh Palace all the  participants brought laurels to their Alma mater. 

 

Gold Medals
1.Aarna Bhandari
2.Manya Mehta

Silver Medals 
1.Kudrat Noor
2.Rayna Puri
3.Dhruv Daver 
4.Gaurish Aggarwal 

Bronze Medals

1.Paavni Prashar 
2.Rudraneesh Sama 
3.Manroop Singh 
4.Aaron Singh 
5.Meir Singh Pandher 
6.Udayveer Singh Dhandiwal

 

CHESS

 

·     The Candidate Master, Tanmay Jain represented India in the Asian Youth Chess Championship held in Thailand.

 

o   He bagged a gold in Rapid Team Chess Championship

 

o    Another gold in Beitz Team Chess Championship

 

o    In IISL Wealth 3rd Mumbai Junior International Chess Championship held in Mumbai, Tanmay bagged second position in Under 10 category boys

 

o   He was awarded medal of ‘Game of the day’ for his win against WIM Divya Deshmukh.

 

·       Rushil Jain of Grade III D stood second in District Chess Competition, Jalandhar. He bagged the award in U9 category 

 

·       In Punjab Kesari 12th Chess Championship held at DLF Galleria.

 

o   Divyam Puri (V) clinched the 1st position in U-11, mixed category  

 

o   Manan Gupta (I) bagged 1st position in U-7 mixed category

 

o   Amay Mahajan (II) clinched 3rd position in U-7 mixed category

 

 

 

SKATING

 Gauransh Tiwari (III) won a gold medal and Ryan Hastir (IV) bagged 3rd position in Punjab Inter School Skating Championship held at Pathankot.

GOLF

·    In the 4th Mission Olympics Golf Cup organised by Mission Olympic Golf and Sports Society (Punjab), held at the Golf Club, Kapurthala. Noor Randhawa (VI) clinched 1st position in D category. Vibhanshu Damathia (X) grabbed 1st position in B category for the ‘Straight Drive’ 

Ryan Bharadwaj (VIII) secured 1st position in’C category for ‘Nearest to the Pin’.

 

 

·    Mayorite Kuldeep Singh Dhesi (VI) clinched 4th runner up position in the D category of the True Vision Junior Golf Championship organised by Slam Country Club, Thailand.

 

·    Arnav Chaudhary (VII) bagged 1st position, in a National Level Tournament organised by IGU at RCF Golf Ground  Kapurthala

 

·    Arnav Chaudhary bagged 2nd position in IGU Junior Golf Championship, held at ITC Gurugram.

 

·    The success story continued with 2nd position in 90th Albatross Junior Golf Championship held at JP Greens, Noida.

 

·     He got 1st position in IGU Golf Championship held in Ambala and bagged another 1st position in a Golf tournament held at Forest Hills Golf Ground Chandigarh.

 

·     His name appears in the Final Merit List as 1st position holder in IGU North Zone Junior  Feeder Tournament-2018.

 

 

CRICKET

 

A Budding cricket star- Aryan Mehra made us all proud by playing for Punjab in U-16 category. He was amongst the top 17 players. He also represented Jalandhar in U-19 category and has attended various State Camps.

 

The Annual Report showcases the achievements and the glories of our school. We have always been committed to create an environment in the school which helps the young minds to blossom. Yet there is infinite to achieve. In the last I’d say.

 

Woods are lovely, dark and deep.

But I have promises to keep.

And miles to go before I sleep. 

And miles to go before I sleep. 

 

 

May the Almighty steer our path to serve Him

 

Jai Hind