Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School organized virtual activity on National Sports Day
“The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.”
Sports and games are an integral part of our life and have become a way of life for a healthy and fit India. Sports play a pivotal role in the makeup of a young athlete. Where else can a young impressionable youth learn values like discipline, responsibility, self-confidence, sacrifice, and accountability and remain fit?
National Sports Day is celebrated on the 29th of August every year. It marks the birth anniversary of Hockey Legend, Major Dhyan Chand, who is regarded as the greatest Hockey player of all time.
To mark the significance of National Sports Day, Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School virtually organized several activities to inculcate the feeling of true sportsmanship among the children and to enhance their physical and social skills. Students of class 3rd and 4th virtually participated in various sports activities such as football, skating, badminton, boxing, cricket, and yoga with great enthusiasm and zeal. The little ones had fun while indulging in sports activities.
Shagun Arora of class 4th delivered a speech in her virtual class focusing on the benefits of different sports and how the aspiring youth’s energy can be utilized in re-constructing a nation and its glory on the international front. She further highlighted that sports can develop multiple qualities such as a sense of togetherness, leadership skills, stamina, planning, patriotism, and teamwork.
In the words of Louis Zamperini “That’s one thing you learn in sports.You don’t give up, you fight to the finish.”