Bhavans Indian Education School, Kuwait, celebrated the Constitution Day of India, Samvidhan Divas on November 28, 202, under the auspices of the Department of Social Science. A compendious speech on the importance of the Constitution of India was delivered by Ardra Ajesh of 9E followed by the reading of the preamble of the Indian Constitution by Anaswara Prasad of 8E, in the morning assembly. The Department of Social Science honoured the day with a surfeit of various intriguing classroom activities for the students of grades 5 to 9. A common virtual background blazoned the State Emblem of India made the hybrid classrooms brimming with patriotism and unity. The students also conducted talk shows on the importance and features of the constitution in their respective classes. The teachers of Social Science explained to their students the history behind the drafting of the Indian Constitution. In addition, they commemorated the Indian calligrapher, Prem Behari Narain Raizada who handwrote the first version of the Indian Constitution in Italic style. The students made inventive posters to reinforce their understanding of the Indian Constitution.  

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