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National and International Days 2022

Never say ‘No ‘, never say ,’I cannot’, for you are infinite.
All the power is within you.You can do anything.These words of Swami Vivekananda’s whose birthday is celebrated across India, as National Youth Day, are a powerhouse of inspiration for a youth who is highly disillusioned today.Today when the young adolescents of India are struggling to carve out a niche for themselves,are assiduously working to create their identities, Swamiji’s teachings of faith in oneself,adherence to truth,character building,and to top it all ,love for one’s nation act as a guiding light leading them to the path of success, blissfulness and happiness.

Sacrifice is a characteristic of the brave’.ITL Public School paid homage to the Indian Army on January 15,2022 observed as the Indian Army Day , when British commander-in-chief handed over the reins of the Indian Army to Field Marshal K.M.Cariappa.The motto of the Indian Army-‘Service Before Self’ encourages the young Indians to uphold dearly the values of selfless service and brotherhood.This day gives us yet another chance to honour the Indian Bravehearts whose military prowess has today made the Indian Army the world’s fourth strongest army.

*The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it and exploits it as an opportunity*._Peter Drucker_
ITL Public School promotes the idea of innovation and start-ups by observing *January 16 as "National start-up day"*. Young Itleens walk hand -in -hand with India on the path of developing a strong eco system for nurturing innovation and start-ups there by capturing the latent talents and skills of young minds so that they become a job-provider rather than a job-seeker.In continuation of our efforts , we promote entrepreneurial skills among our students under their *Pilot Project - Anthelia*. Its purpose is to create eco - friendly innovative herbal products free from toxic preservatives for sustainable development.


My dreams are vivid, my vision is clear;
My courage is unshakeable ,
Flying high ,I don’t fear’.

ITL Public School observes National Girl Child Day on January 24th 2022.
Young minds should from the beginning be nurtured with values of respect towards all ,because then only will the upcoming generation of India understand that men and women both have immense contribution in not only the making ,but sustaining of society.
For centuries Indians have neglected ,ignored and been indifferent to the very being of the girl child, this day comes as a reminder to undo all the wrongs ,thus turning them into building blocks for the multifaceted progress of the girl child.

Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and Sustainable Human Development. Aptly quoted by Kofi Annan, education indeed is the most powerful tool to design a sustainable future. Today, as we celebrate the power of learning, knowledge and erudition, let's commit ourselves to education for sustainable development.





ITL Public School* celebrates *National Tourism Day* on *January 25*, with the objective of providing the students, the requisite exposure to the varied terrain, language, art, culture, heritage and the way of living that changes every few miles, in our incredible nation. It also aims to encourage tourism across the country and to make students aware about its importance and role in the growth of the economy.


With a firm conviction in the power of the ballot, today on *National Voters Day*, we celebrate the power of fair, inclusive and participative elections. It's said that having a voter ID proves you are an Indian but casting your vote proves you are a responsible Indian. So, lets pledge to always uphold the democratic traditions of our country!


Happiness is ,when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony’._
On January 30, every year , our country observes Martyrs’ Day or Shaheed Diwas . Mahatma Gandhi ,has left a legacy of enriching ideals-peace,non-violence,simplicity,purity of means and humility.
The best honour to the Father of the Nation can be given by incorporating in our lives the very doctrines that were embraced by him.
Ideologies of Bapu were so insightful that they resonate even in the India of today ,in the form of :Decentralisation, Swacchta Abhiyan,Atma Nirbhar Bharat , Nai Talim blended so remarkably in National Education Policy and many more noble objectives which permeate effortlessly into the social, political cultural and economic fabric of India.


What we are today is result of our own past actions;*
*Whatever we wish to be in future depends on our present actions;*
*Decide to act now.”*
*‘Wetlands Action for People and nature’* is a call to take action for wetlands. Its an appeal to invest financial, human and political capital to save the world’s wetlands from disappearing and to restore those we have degraded. Water and wetlands are connected in an inseparable co-existence that is vital to life, our wellbeing and the health of our planet.


"There is a 'can' in cancer because we can beat it! "*
ITL Public School observes *World Cancer day , on 4 February* aiming to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, timely detection and treatment. It is lead by the Union for International cancer control (UICC) whose primary goal is to significantly reduce illness and death caused by cancer.
This year's theme for world cancer day is "Close the care gap" which focusses on the need to understand and reduce the inequalities in cancer care around the globe. It lays special emphasis on those who are not able to gain access to healthcare services and resources due to dearth of financial resources. So, let's join hands to end the fight against cancer.

#Close the care gap
#Raise awareness
#End cancer

ITL Public School celebrated Basant Panchami on *5 February ,2022* with immense fervour offering earnest prayers to Ma Saraswati, Goddess of wisdom and speech,art and music. A Havan ceremony was held to invoke the blessings of the Goddess for the students appearing for class X and XII Board Examinations this academic Session. The school premises was filled with piety as all prayed to the Goddess of Learning.



ITL celebrates *Safer Internet Day* on *8 Feb, 2022* to emphasize the need to create safer internet spaces .With the theme *Exploring respect and relationships online* this Day aims to raise awareness towards emerging online safety issues and concerns.
So,from next time *Pause and think before you click !*

#sdg 12 Responsible consumption and production

*Productivity is always the result of commitment to excellence, intelligent planning and focussed effort.*
ITL Public school observes February 12' 2022 as "National Productivity Day" to stimulate and promote productivity and quality consciousness across all sectors in the country.
This day marks the beginning of National productivity week from Feb 12 - 18 across the nation with the *Theme - Self - Reliance through Productivity*.
It emphasizes on planning your time, skills, intelligence, energy, resources and opportunity for maximizing production with optimum resource utilisation. Increased productivity increases the power of an economy through driving economic growth and satisfying more human needs with the same resources.


International Mother Language Day is a moment for all of us to raise the flag for the importance of mother tounge to all educational efforts, to enhance the quality of learning and to reach the unreached. _* Irina Bokova, UNSECO Director-General *_Language is the dress of thought.”-Samuel Johnson._*
Language has an essential function in creating change and growth in human civilization, the day is celebrated with the aim to recognize that languages and multilingualism can advance inclusion, and Sustainable Development Goals focusing on leaving no one behind.


"The best way to predict the future is to create it".*
*-Abraham Lincoln*
*The World Sustainable Energy Day* connect people and empower them to embrace the necessary change.
One of the most notable causes of global warming is the daily burning of fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are finite resources, meaning they’ll run out one day, which is just one reason why it is important for the world to shift toward renewable sources.Renewable energy provides reliable power supplies and fuel diversification, which enhances energy security and lowers the risk of fuel spills .
#sdg 12 responsible consumption and production

Committing to making our world free of stigma and discrimination is not an option, it's a duty.' - Michel Sidibe
Zero Discrimination Day is observed on March 1 with the aim of promoting equality and fairness, both before the law and in practice. ' Remove laws that harm, create laws that empower,' is the theme this year under which UNAIDS aims to address the urgent need for action against discriminatory laws.

‘A strong woman knows she has strength enough for the journey ,but a woman of strength knows it is in the journey where she will become strong.’_

8th March every year is celebrated as International Women’s Day,it’s an important day to remind us all that the world is equally sustained by men and women.It is a day to celebrate the all encompassing strength that a woman has ,which gives her the powerful ability to execute her mutifold roles

“Save the forest, Save the earth. We are the guardians of natures' from birth”*
ITL Public School observes International Forest Day on 21 March 2022 to raise awareness about the importance of forests.Forests are the most biologically diverse ecosystems on land and accommodates more than 80% of the terrestrial species of animals, plants and insects. They are sources of clean air and water, and are crucial for fighting climate change.
International Forest Day is an opportunity to address global problems and to mobilize political will to take action towards the deadly consequences of climate change and highlighting the importance of global unity.

ITL Public School observes World Poetry day on 21st March 2022* keeping in mind the theme to recall the role of poetry in the survival of ancient languages and the enlightenment of the world.
Today on the *world poetry day*, UNESCO is shining the spotlight on indigenous poetry, to celebrate its unique and powerful role in standing for an equal and peaceful society.Poetry enriches the dialogue that catalyses all human progress and is more necessary than ever in these changing times.


It is not the honour that you take with you, but the Heritage you leave behind’.Branch Rickey._
18th April is celebrated as World Heritage Day, the world over,ITL Public School had organised myriad activities to enable students to have a hands-on learning experience ,delving deep into the wealth of heritage.
India ,since time immemorial has honoured the various forces of nature, the students ,apart from the various other traditional realms,also explored the subtle nuance of heritage and climate,as they ventured on their journey of ,investigating,understanding and documenting their History and Culture.

Young people should be at the fore front of global change and innovation. Empowered, they can be key agents for development and peace. - Kofi Annan
"World Creativity and Innovation Day" focussing on "Collaboration" as the theme emphasizes on brainstorming ideas to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide justice to all and build effective & accountable institutions at all levels.

ITL observes World Book and Copyright Day with much fervour and enthusiasm on Saturday,23 April. On this day ITLeens  pledge to commit themselves wholeheartedly to promote reading for empowerment and pleasure and to contribute substantially to give books to them who are in need of them.ITLeens pledge to remain true to this year’s theme :Read so that you never feel alone and will devotedly work  to provide psychosocial support and ensure mental well-being of children through books which  have amazing therapeutic quality to tranquilize, empower and enrich minds.


"Defeating Malaria is Absolutely Critical to Ending Poverty, Improving the Health of Millions, and Enabling Future Generations to Reach their Full Potential".-Tedros Adhanom
World Malaria Day is observed annually on 25 April, to bring global attention to the efforts being made to bring an end to malaria, and encourage action to reduce suffering and death from the disease.
Through the theme of 2022 "Harness innovation to reduce the malaria disease burden and save lives", WHO is calling for investments and innovation that bring new vector control approaches, diagnostics, antimalarial medicines and other tools to speed the pace of progress against malaria.

As the world celebrates May 8, 2022 as International Mother’s Day, ITL Public School recognizes mothers as catalysts of change and key stakeholders in achieving sustainability goals. Mothers not only symbolize unconditional love and care but also the transformative power to usher in a better tomorrow. Breaking stereotypes, promoting economic emancipation, ensuring good health and well-being of all, transmitting values of empathy and peace- they are the key drivers of change in our society. Acknowledging the one who is irreplaceable, we dedicate this day to the most special and revered person in everybody’s life- MOTHER!


#EmpoweredMother #sustainabilitychangemaker

Technology, like art is a soaring exercise of the human Imagination.'
~Daniel Bell

‘National Technology Day’ is observed annually on 11 May'22 to commemorate the achievements of Scientists, Researchers, Engineers and all others involved in the field of science and technology.

On the theme 'cyber swatchta', ITL pledges to sensitize young ITLeens towards safe practices when using internet through a special assembly shall be conducted by students of VI-VIII on 11 May 2022.


ITL Public School observes UN Global Road Safety Week.

UN Global Road Safety week is observed to raise awareness do about safety and highlights the changes required to reduce the number of road accidents and death.

The objectives behind this week are to:-

-Gather policy commitments at national and local levels to deliver 30 km/ hr speed limits in all urban areas.

- to create local support for such low speed measures so that people live in a safe, healthy, green City.

This week focus on the links between 30km/h speed limits and accomplishment of a number of sustainable development goals including those related to health, education, climate action, infrastructure and sustainable cities.

"The hum of bees is the voice of the garden " Elizabeth Lawrence

Bees promote biodiversity and greatly contribute towards mitigation of climate change;Bees help in conservation of the environment....


#Bees #Environment

#Community #Nature


Biodiversity starts in the distant past and it points towards the future”

International Day for Biological Diversity is observed on 22nd May, which highlights that biodiversity is the answer to several sustainable development challenges. From ecosystem-based approaches to climate and/or nature-based solutions to climate, health issues, food and water security, and sustainable livelihoods, biodiversity is the foundation upon which we can build back better. Let's re-examine our relationship with the natural world and build a better sustainable place to live.






"Tobacco is the only industry that produces products to make huge profits and at the same time damage the environment and kill their consumers." - Margaret Chan

World No Tobacco Day is observed on 31 May annually. On the theme "Tobacco is killing us and our planet", we pledge to spread awareness amongst young ITLeens towards the ill effects of tobacco on human beings and our planet.

Tobacco kills over 8 million people every year and destroys our environment, further harming human health, through the cultivation, production, distribution, consumption and post-consumer waste.

#WorldNoTobaccoDay #TobaccoExposed #Quitthestick #empoweringyouth


I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept. - Angela Davis.

Ensuring a sustainable democracy and an eco-friendly election process has become imperative in view of the enormous pollution unleashed by the carnival of democracy in India. We, at ITL Public School, firmly support the idea of a more environment friendly democracy, by planting and nurturing the Election Tree, this World Environment Day.




Food safety involves everybody in the food chain - Mike Johanns

World Food Safety Day is observed on June 7 annually to draw attention and inspire action to help prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks.
Theme for the year 2022 ‘Safer food, better health’ highlights the role of safe, nutritional food in ensuring human health.


"Our past, our present, and whatever remains of our future, absolutely depends on what we do now." -Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer*

Although our ocean is worth protecting everyday of the year, 8 June is a worldwide day of recognition and celebration of our one shared ocean. The theme for World Oceans Day 2022 is *'Revitalisation: Collective Action for the Ocean*. Let's understand the impact of human actions on the oceans and pledge to unite everyone for sustainable management of world's oceans.


Children are our most valuable resource. – Herbert Hoover*

On this *World Day Against Child Labour*, ITL Public School strongly condemns children being employed in any sort of work which deprives them of their right to education and puts their health at risk- physically, mentally and emotionally. Children belong to schools and not workplaces! As we celebrate #AzadiKaAmrutMahotsav this year, lets reaffirm our commitment to end child labour in all its form and usher in a free and fair society for all!!



The environment and the economy are really both two sides of the same coin. If we cannot sustain the environment, we cannot sustain ourselves. -Wangari Maathai

We, at ITL Public school, wholeheartedly support The World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought by promoting water management,sustainable agricultural practices and sustainable protection and revival of our vegetative cover. We believe in the conservation of our biodiversity and ecosystem with special emphasis on living sustainably and in harmony with nature. We take today as an opportunity to call all of us to action. We all have a role to play, all of us have a stake in the future.

#worlddaytocombatdesertificationanddrought #peace #june #wdcd #sustainablepeace #impactinglives #sustainableliving #sustainable #positiveimpact

"We have a legal and moral obligation to protect people fleeing bombs, bullets and tyrants...." - Juliet Stevenson*

World Refugee Day is observed on 20th June every year to stand in solidarity with the refugees across the world for their right to life with human dignity. With a rapid upsurge in the number of people being forced to flee from conflict prone areas in Ukraine and Afghanistan in the last two years, we at ITL Public School reaffirm our commitment to a more inclusive and peaceful society.






"It is easier to stay off drugs than to get off drugs."*

The International Day Against Drug Abuse is observed on 26th June every year to strengthen action and cooperation in achieving a world free of drug abuse.
The theme for the year 2022 is *"Addressing drug challenges in health and humanitarian crises.*
This global observance aims to raise awareness of major problems that illicit drugs represent to society.
We at ITL pledge to stay away from all forms of drugs and addictions for a society that is sustainable.












  National and International Days 2021

ITL Public School celebrates National Voters Day with an objective to empower our  young voters to be more vigilant, informed and safe. 25 th January which marks the  foundation day of the Election Commission of India, was observed with great zeal and  enthusiasm. Various activities like quiz competition and poster making were conducted  to spread greater awareness. All students pledged to be a responsible voter and an  informed citizen.

ITL Public School observes Martyr's Day to pay respect to Gandhiji, who is regarded as  'Father of the Nation' and to all the freedom fighters who lost their lives for the  independence of India.

ITL Public School observes World Cancer Day 2021 to spread awareness, inspire  change and reduce the global impact of cancer. The day is celebrated on 4th February  every year and this year marks the ultimate year of the 'I Am and I Will' campaign  which began in 2019. The aim to observe World Cancer Day is to reduce  misconceptions about cancer and to help people in getting the right information  about it. It also offers a chance to make an impact in the betterment of the life of  cancer patients and survivors.


The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has clearly demonstrated the critical role of  women researchers in different stages of the fight against COVID-19, from advancing the  knowledge on the virus, to developing techniques for testing, and finally to creating the  vaccine against the virus.

In order to achieve full and equal access to and participation of women and girls in  science and further achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls,  the United Nations General Assembly declared 11 February as the International Day of  Women and Girls in Science.

Science and gender equality are both vital for the achievement of the internationally  agreed development goals, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.  Over the past 15 years, the global community has made a lot of effort in inspiring and  engaging women and girls in the field of science.

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International Mother's Language Day is celebrated every year to promote linguistic  and cultural diversity and multilingualism with an objective to promote foundational  learning in mother tongue, inclusion, and the Sustainable Development Goals that  focus on leaving no one behind. The theme for this year is 'Fostering multilingualism  for inclusion and education in society. ' The decade 2022-2032 has been declared by  the United Nations as the UN International Decade of Indigenous Languages with a  vision to preserve the differences in cultures and languages that foster tolerance and  respect for others. In sync with this, promotion of education in mother tongue has  been made the cornerstone of The New Education Policy of India.

ITL Public School observes National Science Day on February 28, it holds a special place  in history, as on this day in 1928, India's prominent scientist, Sir C. V. Raman discovered  "Raman Effect." For this remarkable discovery, Sir C.V. Raman was awarded the Nobel  Prize in Physics in 1930.

Celebrated as National Science Day, the main objective of the day is to bring awareness  among people about the importance of Science in daily lives, and to popularize Science  and technology among the youth.  

This year, the theme for National Science Day is ‘Future’ of STI : Impacts on Education,  Skill and Work."

ITL Public School took the initiative of fostering the scientific spirit by providing a  platform to the young learners to perform simple, hands-on, experiments at home,  which could help in bridging the potential gaps between theory and practice.

International Day of Action for Rivers is celebrated every year on 14 March to spread  awareness about the significance of rivers in our lives.Water is the elixir of life ....It is very  important for humanity to have access to clean flowing water.Today most of the rivers of  India are highly polluted due to over increasing population and insensitive and  indiscriminate use of rivers by the people.Rapid climate change is also affecting the flow  of the rivers.  

So, to give attention to the declining health of rivers and to understand its gravity, the  year 2021 is being celebrated as ' Right of Rivers'.

On this day, people around the world come together to raise their voice against  construction of dams, increasing pollution of river water and take up different Action  Plans and their implementation for the sustainable management of watershed.


Firmly believing in CARPE DIEM ........('enjoy the moment') & focussing on the theme  Keep Calm, Stay Wise, Be kind, ITL Public School commemorates International Day of  Happiness......... keeping the enthusiasm of the students always high by giving them a  HAPPY SCHOOL environment and rendering them with freedom to do whatever  makes them happy.......

On 2nd April the resolution to raise awareness on autism was passed in the United Nations  General Assembly. Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder that generally appears before  the age of 3 which manifests itself in the form of deficits in communication, as well as  repetitive behaviors and restricted interests. Children with autism spectrum disorder have  a wide range of abilities and early intervention has positive effects on them and allowing  them to continuously improve with individualized services and opportunities that support  inclusion.

2020 had been a grim year for autistic children due to disruption in routine, loneliness, due  to the Lockdown. Despite this, 2021 is said to be the year of change whose theme  corresponds to “Inclusion in the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post Pandemic World”

Despite the scenario, ITL has always found a way to discover the silver lining. With  necessary precautions, Individual counseling sessions were organised completing the  trinity of stakeholders: Children, Parents, and Teachers. A plethora of "Intervention and  Innovative Strategies" were practiced, which included curation of a visual schedule and a  universal design of learning in the form of Podcasting, Visual Notetaking, and engaging  children with a comprehensive Home Bound program,so that Learning continues

World Heritage Day is celebrated every year on 18th April,to spread awareness about the  profond cultural heritage of various communities of the world.

This day was originally suggested by ICOMOS( International Council on Monuments and  Sites) in 1982 and the UNESCO accepted their proposal in 1983.

The theme for this year for World Heritage Day is Complex Pasts:Diverse Futures.This  implies the acceptance of cultural challenges in the past but with the will to look beyond  them and envision the dream of solidarity.

ITL Public School observed this Day by organising a plethora of activities , there was an  assembly organised by students of Classes I to VIII, teaching the young ones ,ways to  Protect,Accept and Respect their Traditional wealth.

Classes IX-XII showcased the Heritage Quiz which was attended by Principal ITL Public  School Dr.Sudha Acharya and the guest for the day,Ms.Manisha Seewal who is an alumni  of St.Stephens,New Delhi ,with a graduate degree in History Honours.She inspired the  students to reach out for their aspirations and in this journey they should always be  proud ambassadors of their motherland.

We at ITL are and will always be a part of this vision which upholds the value of Heritage.


Earth day is observed every year on 22 April. It attempts to raise global public awareness for the well-being of the planet and all the life it supports, and aims to promote harmony with nature.

The theme for this year's earth day is RESTORE OUR EARTH, which focuses on the need to reduce our impact on the planet as we recover from the effects of Covid-19.

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes World Malaria Day on 25 April to bring global attention to the efforts being made to bring an end to malaria, and encourage action to reduce suffering and death from the disease.

The theme of World Malaria Day 2021 is “Reaching the zero malaria target.” World Malaria Day 2021 will unify and build on the Zero Malaria Starts with Me’ movement and *‘Draw the Line Against Malaria’ youth focused campaign.

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic.” - Arthur C. Clarke

ITL Public School celebrated National Technology Day 2021, 11 May 2021.

Students of classes III to V actively participated in the Activity-Act as an Application.

Students of classes III to X enthusiastically attended online workshop- App Development and Game Designing organised by the school Technical Group Powered by AVISHKAR- Organised by School on 11th May 2021

Juniors designed app on famous BLOCK BASED CODING on the platform Code.org

and seniors invent innovative and creative apps by using famous MIT APP INVENTION.


The marvels and mysteries of space has always been a great matter of fascination for humans. As the years go by, the fascination for the sky pulls more people towards it. This enthusiasm and wonder culminated in the celebration of International Astronomy Day. International Astronomy Day is celebrated twice a year, 15 May and 9 October respectively, to observe the changing constellations and so much more. The celebration of the day was started in 1973 by Doug Berger who was the then President of Astronomical Association of Northern California.He tried to bring all enthusiastic and curious people together to explore space by setting up telescopes in urban locations. This day is celebrated all over the world by the people by engaging in different activities like star navigation, planet observation and constellation exploration. The day also allows people to learn about stellar objects, sun clocks and even a little bit of Greek and Roman Mythology.ITL also observes this day with great vigour honoring the mystic marvels of the sky

Family is the one support system that always stays with us. They consist of the most important people in our life that will be with us, no matter what.

Every year 15 May is observed as the International Day of Families This day is marked to celebrate the bond of families, societies, traditions, and culture around the world.

The theme of this year's International Day of Families is Families and New Technologies According to the background document of this year's theme, the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the importance of digital technologies for work, education and communication. Family dynamics keep evolving as the world keeps changing. The aim of this day is to raise awareness about how to embrace the changes evolving around us so that the understanding gets better.

"I'm a worker bee, I like to have a schedule, I like to have a place to be, and a time, and a schedule."

ITL Public School celebrates World Bee Day on May 20,2021. The theme of World Bee Day 2021 is “Bee engaged: Build Back Better for Bees”. This day is celebrated to raise awareness about the importance of pollinators, the threats they face and their contribution to sustainable development. A core focus of the observance is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 15: Life on Land.



Divisions lead to conflict while differences lead to enrichment ; divisions lead to fragmentation while differences lead to new creations.

ITL Public School observes the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development on 21st May, 2021. The observance of this day reminds and reiterates to all of us the significance not only of culture but of cultural diversity.It’s indeed important that we all be the ambassadors of our myriad culture and while doing so , keeping the channel of dialogue ever open.

A dynamic exchange of cultural dialogue is a sustainable, consistent and peaceful road towards development.

"Biodiversity is the greatest treasure we have...Its diminishment is to be prevented at all cost "-Thomas Eishner_

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes the international day of Biodiversity on May 22,2021. The International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated each year on 22 May, to raise global awareness about the importance of protecting biological resources and the global biodiversity that shapes our environment. This day focuses not only on the various species of plants, animals, and microorganisms around us but also the genetic diversity of each of them and the great variety of ecosystems that make up our planet.


ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes World No Tobacco Day on May 31, 2021.This yearly celebration informs the public on the dangers of using tobacco, the business practices of tobacco companies, what WHO is doing to fight the tobacco epidemic, and what people around the world can do to claim their right to health and healthy living and to protect future generations.

The Member States of the World Health Organization created World No Tobacco Day in 1987 to draw global attention to the tobacco epidemic and the preventable death and disease it causes.


ITL public school celebrates Environment Day by conducting activities to spread awareness by providing hands on experience. Activities like Create your own biodome, Short film preparation on environment. The theme of World Environment Day 2021 is Ecosystem Restoration. Reimagine. Recreate. Restore. Together, these form the theme of World Environment Day 2021 on 5 June, a day when the UN seeks to focus the attention of investors, businesses, governments and communities on the increasingly urgent need to restore the Earth’s ecosystems.Ecosystem Restoration can happen by actively planting trees or by removing pressures on the ecosystem by protecting environment and reducing the increasing level of pollution. The current pandemic scenario has shifted focus to the restoration of balance between humans and nature.

ITL Public School celebrated World Food Safety Day ,7 June 2021 that aims to draw attention and inspire action to help prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks, contributing to food security, human health, economic prosperity and sustainable development.

This year’s theme, ‘Safe food today for a healthy tomorrow’, stresses that production and consumption of safe food has immediate and long-term benefits for people, the planet and the economy.

ITLeens observed the World Food Safety Day by organising various activities like – creating healthy recipes for Covid care , developing comic strips to generate awareness towards healthy food habits and preventing food wastage, collage and poster designing etc. An e-magazine with glimpses of these events was also released to spread awareness towards the commitment to ‘Work together for safe food and good health’

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes WORLD OCEANS DAY on June 8 to raise awareness of the role played by the oceans in human lives.

The theme for World Oceans Day 2021 is "The Ocean: Life and Livelihoods"

The ocean is key to our economy, with an estimated 40 million people being employed by ocean-based industries by 2030. With the extinction of 90% of big fish population and 50% of coral reef destroyed, we are exploiting the ocean more than it can be replenished.

So, to protect and preserve the ocean and all it sustains, we must create a new balance, rooted in a true understanding of the ocean and how humanity relates to it. And building a connection to the ocean that is inclusive, innovative, and useful for the ocean and the life inside it.


“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which treats its children” - Nelson Mandela

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June 2021. This yearly celebration spreads awareness about the harmful mental and physical problem faced by children forced into child labour and reiterates the rights of the children. It is indeed important that we all stand up against child labour and find ways to eradicate it.

This year's World Day Against Child Labour focuses on action taken for the 2021 International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that worldwide approximately 218 million children between 5 and 17 years are engaged in some form of employment. A child is meant to learn and not earn. India has progressed in reducing child laborers drastically with the help of government's schemes such as Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Mid-Day Meal Scheme, Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan and many more. Let's join them this year and ensure each and every child gets education!

ITL Public School observes Nature Photography Day, 15th June 2021 to highlight and celebrate the beauty of nature and our mother Earth through the art of Photography.

Have you ever enjoyed a picture of a flower? Or a close up of a bee entering its hive? Have you marveled at the grace of a gazelle leaping through the Savannah, or the lumbering majesty of a rare elephant as it feeds from the highest trees or draws water from a watering hole? If so, you know what it is to marvel at the natural world around us.

*Nature Photography Day celebrates those amazing souls who are able to capture nature’s beauty in the eye of a camera. Capturing these seminal moments is so important for allowing you to take in the beauty of the natural world, and preserve the amazing power of nature for years to come.

Happy Clicking

ITL Photography Club

"Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life."

In order to honour the father of India’s Library Movement, the late Mr .P.N. Panicker & to inculcate the importance of reading and how it can be utilised in other forms of creative arts.

Book My Story ..... the book reading society of ITL Public School ,on the occasion of National Book Reading Day on 19th June 2021 brings to you a LIVE event to celebrate and commemorate this day .


“Yoga is a light , which once lit will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter your flame “.

With its ancient root in India , yoga focusses on physical, mental & spiritual wellness. “Yoga for wellness"- for happiness & self actualisation with the amalgamation of mind, body & soul.





" It's easier to stay off drugs than to get off drugs"

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE on June 26 to raise awareness of the major problem that drugs pose to society.

The theme of this year's International Day Against Drug Abuse is -" Share facts on drugs. Save lives".

The International Day against Drug Abuse is observed every year with the aim to create awareness about issues related to drugs and strengthening action and cooperation in order to make the world free of drug abuse.

The COVID-19 pandemic has proved that working together is crucial to tackle any crisis.

Community and family support are essential to help people who are vulnerable to drug use.

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL celebrates Plastic Bag free day on July 3 to raise a voice and spread the awareness about need of controlling the extensive use of plastic bags.

The earth is the place where we were born, where we grew, where we'll eventually fall apart................. and where the cycle of life will start again.

Our creations definitely eased the work of the mankind...but sometimes creations can lead to destruction if not monitored. Plastic is the best example for this. It's not hidden from anyone of us how day by day plastic has been successfully killing our surroundings. But it's not too late. We can still make it better together. Let's join hands together and make a difference for the sake of our mother earth and celebrate "Plastic Bag Free Day".


ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes WORLD POPULATION DAY on July 11 to raise awareness among people about the impact of growing population and issues including gender equality, the importance of family planning, poverty,mental health,human rights etc.

The theme of this year's World Population Day is - "Rights and choices are the answer": Whether baby boom or Burt,the solution to shift fertility rates lies in prioritising all peoples reproductive health and rights.

World Population Day is observed this year with the aim focusing on "the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on fertility".

The greatest threat that growing population causes is quick depletion of natural resources and the threat that will pose to sustainability.

The day is meant to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues.

On this day we must realise the responsibility we have towards one another.

‘If needed to fight, fight you must ; if needed to strike, strike you must’.

ITL Public School observes the 21st anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas, 2021.

This day, with the capturing of the Tiger Hill, the Indian Army sealed its fate in the Kargil War which started in May 1999.Its a time for all of us to ponder that the free life we all live today is built on the selfless sacrifices of the lion hearts who without batting an eyelid pour their lives out for their motherland.

Students of ITL Public School not only want to salute this magnanimity but they wish to imbibe the cherished ideals of selfless service to their nation , and in this earnestness they commemorate this great day.


“Conservation means the wise use of the Earth and its resources for the lasting good of humanity “

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes “World Nature Conservation Day" on July 28 to raise awareness of the role played by the nature in human lives.

The theme for World nature conservation day 2021 is "Forest and livelihoods: sustaining people and planet..." as a way to highlight the central role of forests, forest species and role of ecosystems services in sustaining the livelihoods of millions of people globally, and particularly of Indigenous and local communities with historic ties to forested and forest-adjacent areas.

This aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goals 1, 12, 13 & 15- their wide-ranging commitments on alleviating poverty, ensuring sustainable use of resources, and on conserving life on land.


“On World Hepatitis Day, Let Us Motivate and Inspire People to Keep Up Their Fight Against Hepatitis”

World Hepatitis Day is observed every year on 28 July to raise awareness of viral hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver that causes severe liver disease and hepatocellular cancer. This year’s theme is “Hepatitis Can’t Wait”.

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL observes World hepatitis day and stands besides all those who are suffering from hepatitis and let them know they are not alone in their battle against the disease. With a person dying every 30 seconds from a hepatitis related illness – even in the current COVID-19 crisis – we can’t wait to act on viral hepatitis. WHO is calling all countries to work together to eliminate viral hepatitis as a hepatitis-free future can be achieved with a united effort.

ITL Public School observes National Handloom Day on August 7, 2021 to create awareness about the importance of the hand loom industry & to commemorate the Swadeshi Movement launched in 1905.

The day aims to honour the hand loom weavers of India for their role in the socioeconomic development of the country.

Handloom sector depicts the nation’s glorious cultural heritage and is also an important source of livelihood for people in the country. As over 70% of hand loom weavers and allied workers are women, it acts as a key to women empowerment.The day also creates awareness among people of the country about the Handloom Industry.


“In the race against the climate crisis, we can’t leave anyone behind”

ITL Public School observes World Humanitarian Day on 19 August, to create awareness and work towards securing the planet’s future.

The theme for World Humanitarian Day 2021 is 'A global challenge for climate action in solidarity with the people who need it most.'

This day is observed to highlight the immediate consequences of the climate emergency for the world’s most vulnerable people and ensure that their voices are heard, in order to create a sustainable world.

Within the overall framework of the Sustainable Development Goals 13, we can turn crises into windows of opportunities and ‘build back better’ while continuously rethinking and adapting our ‘ways of working’. Each one of us can make a difference and undertake this global challenge for climate change and take necessary action for a more humane world.


On August 29, National Sports Day is celebrated to lay special emphasis towards the importance of being fit and healthy, besides to commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand. As a nation, India has taken leaps and bounds to excel in the field of sports ,witnessing mega feats in the recent Tokyo Olympics .

With similar spirit and ardour, ITL Public School celebrates the day to sensitise our students towards staying fit &healthy and to inculcate in them fundamentals & life skills like teamwork, accountability, self-confidence, responsibility, and self-discipline. After all a healthy mind stays in a healthy body.

Way to go ITLEENS..!

ITL celebrates the World Ozone Day on 16th September under the theme 'Montreal protocol- Keeping us, Our food and vaccines cool' to raise awareness on the importance of the ozone layer and it's harmful effects caused due to it's steady depletion .

ITL Public School observes International Day of Peace.

True and everlasting peace can be secured not only by ensuring the absence of conflicts but by eliminating the deeply entrenched forms of structural violence based on gender, class, ethnicity, caste, and so on. This International Peace Day, lets pledge to reiterate our commitment to an equitable society and focus on sustainable development for all, especially the underprivileged.


"A river is more than an amenity, it is a treasure. It offers a necessity of life that must be rationed among those who have power over it. "

World Rivers Day is a celebration of the world’s waterways. It highlights the many values of our rivers, strives to increase public awareness, and encourages the improved stewardship of all rivers around the world. Rivers in virtually every country face an array of threats, and only through our active involvement can we ensure their health in the years ahead.

This year’s theme for World Rivers Day is "Day of Action for Rivers” that celebrates the role of women in protecting and managing rivers.

On this occasion let us all pledge to keep our rivers pollution free.

“Healthy diet, Regular exercise and happiness are the perfect ingredients for a healthy heart “

On the occasion of World Heart Day, ITL Public School wishes that your heart always stay healthy and happy…. This year, the theme for World Heart Day is 'Use Heart To Connect'. It aims to highlight the power of digital health to improve awareness, prevention and management of CVD globally.USE HEART TO CONNECT is about using your knowledge, compassion and influence to make sure ,that you, your loved ones and the communities you’re part of have the best chance to live heart-healthy lives. So take care of your diet and always keep your heart in good shape!!

"Health is the result of investing in good nutrition"

ITL Public School observed *National Nutrition week, from September 1 to September 7.

The theme for National Nutrition week 2021 is "Feeding Smart Right from Start".Nutrition Education aims to create positive attitude toward good nutrition and physical activity and provide motivation for improved nutrition and lifestyle practices conducive to promote and maintain the best attainable level of wellness for an individual.

Our Hon`ble PM Shri Narendra Modi announced September month as the "Nutrition Month/ Poshan Maah", to raise awareness regarding importance of nutrition. A balanced diet is essential for good health and well being. To imbibe the essence of this program students participated in number of activities including discussion on role of Nutrition for body with special focus on being a successful sport person, immunity boosting foods in the times of covid-19, designing rainbow platters, talk shows. Poshan Vatika, comprising of herbal and medicinal plants was set up in School Campus.


Donate your blood for a reason, let the reason to be life!!

ITL Public School observes National blood donation day to create awareness regarding importance of donating blood.

National Voluntary Blood Donation Day is observed on October 1 every year in India since 1975 to encourage healthy people to donate blood. Blood donation is said to be a noble and selfless act. Blood donation is literally life-saving for serious accident victims and the patients suffering from diseases like severe anaemia and Thalassemia. A similar process to whole blood donation is apheresis.This provides other blood components, such as platelets. A donation of platelets can help people who have issues related to clotting and may also provide antibodies to help fight a disease, such as COVID-19.Apart from this blood donation is also a sign of humanity that unites people irrespective of caste, creed, religion and moreover blood donation not only helps that specific person but is also a responsible gesture towards society . So, Donte your blood and make each struggling face smile !!

ITL's initiative to create sensitisation on global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.


John Paul II had once said, “The Earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations.”

ITL PUBLIC SCHOOL celebrates International E-waste day on 14th October,2021 to raise awareness regarding the effective management of growing electronic waste and to educate the consumers to recycle e-waste and promote the proper disposal of end-of-life electronics. Even the smallest action promoting sound e-waste collection, repair, reuse or recycling is welcome in the frame of International E-Waste Day


Global Handwashing Day is observed on October 15, every year to increase awareness and understanding about the importance of handwashing with soap.

It is an opportunity to design, test, and replicate creative ways to encourage people to wash their hands with soap at critical times.

ITL Public School also observes this day highlighting the importance of handwashing for reducing the spread of disease and protecting health. This unprecedented time provides a unique impetus to institutionalize hand hygiene as a fundamental component of health and safety. The past year emphasized the need for collective action to address the historic neglect of hand hygiene investments, policies, and programs once and for all. As we enter a new normal, beyond COVID-19, our future is at hand. This year’s theme, Our Future is at Hand – Let’s Move Forward Together calls for coordinated action as we actively work toward universal hand hygiene.

“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.” - Mahatma Gandhi.

ITL Public School observes World Food Day on 16 October which marks to commemorate the date of the founding of the United Nations- Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)in 1945. The theme for 2021 is "Our actions are our future- Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life"

The day is celebrated widely by many other organizations concerned with hunger and food security, including the World Food Programme and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.

Let us all pledge to be FOOD HEROES by contributing towards tackling global hunger and striving to eradicate hunger across the world.

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed each year on 17th of October to raise awareness of the issues driving global inequality and to lend a voice to those living in poverty.

Poverty isn't just an economic issue. It's also an issue that encompasses a lack of basic capabilities, such as education and access to healthcare, which allows people to live with dignity.

ITL Public School also observes this day to highlight the problems faced by poverty stricken people or families and work towards eradicating poverty globally. This year’s theme-Building Forward Together: Ending Persistent Poverty, Respecting all People and our Planet aims to help people living in poverty contribute to our communities, our societies and ultimately to our planet.

#BreakTheCycle #BuildingForwardTogether #EndPoverty


ITL Public School observed Mole Day on October 23,2021. The day is celebrated by chemistry enthusiasts across the world to honour the number of Avogadro and is observed from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m.Mole is the basic unit of measurement for atoms and molecules.

Students from classes VI -XII participated in many fun filled activities which helped in promoting the importance of chemistry in daily life .

More than ever before in human history, we share a common destiny. We can master it only if we face it together.- Kofi Annan

ITL Public School observes 24th October as United Nations Day to commemorate the anniversary of the day when the UN Charter came into force. The theme for 2021 is Building Back Together for Peace and Prosperity to symbolise the hope for global unity as the world gradually recovers from the pandemic.

United Nations has always believed in strengthening international cooperation in the interest of both nations and peoples, for a peaceful, inclusive and prosperous future for all.

ITL Public School on 27 th October, observed Audio Visual Heritage Day 2021, the theme is- Your Window to the Wold.

Its a fact to which all will concur, that Audio Visual records brought to us, through documentaries and recordings help us reach out to the world.Through these archives we are effortlessly affixed to a past drenched in culture and history.Undeniably this connection helps us take stronger and greater strides into the future.


The science of today is the technology of tomorrow- Edward Teller

ITL Public School celebrates "World Science Day for Peace and Development" on November 10, 2021. This day highlights the significant role of science in society and the need to engage the wider public in debates on emerging scientific issues. It also underlines the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives.The year 2021 marks 20th edition of World Science Day for Peace and Development. With climate change becoming a serious threat to the lives of billions of people and the planet, this year’s celebration will highlight the importance of “Building Climate-Ready Communities”. Students participated in IDEATHON- "Ek idea jo badal de duniya", to emphasise on the importance and requirement of innovative ideas in field of science.

"Wellness is a connection of two paths: Knowledge and Action."

Joshua Holtz

World Diabetes Day is celebrated on 14th November, every year to raise awareness about diabetes and diabetic people.

The theme for World Diabetes Day 2021 is Access to diabetes care. This year also happens to be the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin.

ITL Public School sensitizes the young minds about the struggles the diabetic people go through such as constantly battling medication and the scarcity of insulin in their bodies.

The cases of people being trapped in the vicious circle of diabetes has been shooting up with the ongoing Covid pandemic. Together, we must vow to educate everyone about diabetes and its risks, and encourage people to celebrate each step in their battle against diabetes.

Mutual tolerance is a necessity for all times and for all races.- Mahatma Gandhi

Tolerance is a basic human right, not mere moral obligation. With this vision in mind, UNESCO declared 16th of November as the *International Day for Tolerance* in the year 1995, to honour the 125th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The theme for this year is Tolerance is respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of the world's cultures, our forms of expression and ways of being human. As per UNESCO, intolerance can be countered by -

* Laws

* Education

* Access to Information

* Individual Awareness

* Local Solutions

Tolerance and respect for others' rights is a basic prerequisite for a peaceful and inclusive society. It is giving to every human being every right that one claims for self. Respect for diversity is an essential requisite for a more sustainable society.


“The history of epilepsy can be summarised as 4000 years of ignorance, superstition, and stigma followed by 100 years of knowledge, superstition, and stigma.”

~Bill Bryson

ITL Public School observes National Epilepsy Day which is celebrated on 17th November every year to spread awareness regarding the disorder. The word epilepsy is derived from the Latin and Greek word for “seizure” or “to seizure upon”. As the name suggests, Epilepsy is a brain disorder that results in constant seizures. Fear, misunderstanding, and the resulting social stigma and discrimination surrounding epilepsy often force people with this disorder “into the shadows”.

We at ITL Public School strongly believe in sensitizing young minds about the struggles of people with epilepsy and how to always make them feel included and offer first aid and help them to cope up with it.We also want to generate awareness regarding discriminatory practices and absurd stereotypes and evolving an empathetic approach towards this disorder.

True freedom requires the rule of law and justice, and a judicial system in which the rights of some are not secured by the denial of rights to others.

National Law Day or Constitution Day which is celebrated on 26th November every year is a consequential day for every responsible Indian citizen. Observing it in all sanctity is not only an ethical duty for all but an essential prerequisite to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for Sustainable Development. To celebrate this day, the legal studies students of ITL Public School, launch the first edition of the school law magazine - The Themis' Times.

The magazine encapsulates the pressing issues which need to be addressed in order to promote Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions( SDG 16) and create greater legal awareness.

To honour this sacrosanct day, lets pledge to be responsible citizens- both Indian and Global!!

"Prevention is better than cure; especially when something has no cure.”

ITL Public School observes December 1, 2021 as the World Aids Day, an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from AIDS-related illness.

The theme of World Aids Day is “End inequalities. End AIDS”

Forty years since the first AIDS case was reported, HIV still threatens the world. Today, the world is off track from delivering on the shared commitment to end AIDS by 2030 not because of a lack of knowledge or tools to beat AIDS, but because of structural inequalities that obstruct proven solutions to HIV prevention and treatment.


" Breathe in and Breathe out, realize that air is something that we cannot survive without. "

Clean air is a basic requirement. ITL Public Schoolendeavors to sensitize its students towards the rising levels of air pollution in Delhi on National Pollution ControlDay, which is observed every year on 2nd December.

Every year, winter becomes the harbinger of a catastrophic situation with the fatal presence of polluted air .The morning skies take on an ominous Grey colour and the basic act of breathing in Delhi becomes hazardous. With the AQI levels exceeding 500, the city unfortunately has been consistently topping the list of 'World's most polluted cities'.

There is an urgent need to instill awareness among people about environmental pollution and its disastrous consequences, and take imminent and emergency measures to tackle the problem.


“The ones who are challenged, need to be heard. To be seen not as a disability, but as a person who has and will continue to bloom. To be seen not only as a handicap, but as a well intact human being.”

World Disability Day is celebrated on 3rd December every year, aiming to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. On this day, we celebrate the lives of persons with disabilities and salute their determination. The theme for World Disability Day this year is “Leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.”

*ITL Public School, as an inclusive school, believes in valuing, respecting and cherishing all young minds and acclaiming the strengths and limitations of all. Disabled people often remain on the fringes of society. Disability inclusion means making sure everybody has the same opportunities to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their desires. Every individual as a part of the society should focus on sensitising others towards the needs of differently abled people and remember that disability is not inability!

This year, along with acknowledging the needs of the disabled, we should all take a pledge towards inclusivity for the betterment of all.

Peace can only last where Human Rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free."

-14th Dalai Lama

ITL Public School observes Human Rights Day on 10 December to echo the notion that recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world. It is important that each one of us awakens his conscience to contribute towards a society that is equal monetarily, socially and culturally.

It is imperative that the students be made aware about Human Rights and how they can be protected. On Human Rights Day, let's commit to accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development Goals serve as a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, focusing on a variety of social issues.

Understanding, respect and tolerance for differences, can empower them to tackle prejudice, improve relationships and make the most of their lives. In our ever more diverse and challenging society, it becomes more important to instil young people with these positive and open-minded attitudes, which leads to the capacity building of the students with learning they can use far beyond the classrooms.


"Energy conservation is a responsibility that falls on every country and individual.”

ITL Public School celebrates the National Energy Conservation Day on December 14 to create awareness among students about the importance of saving energy. Energy conservation will be a crucial enabler of the ambitious net zero targets announced in the recent 26th Conference of Parties (COP 26) .

As our energy requirements are expected to rise in future so we have to pursue a transition to greener sources of energy to achieve sustainable cities.

Clearly, energy conservation should be rooted in the behaviour of every Indian to get more effective results. Through small acts such as switching off lights (in vacant rooms) and cars (when idle at red lights), using solar powered equipments, we can play a big role in helping India conserve energy crucial for our future growth.

ITL Public School observes Swarnim Vijay Diwas to salute the valour and sacrifice of our armed forces in the 1971 war. This year is marked as Swarnim Vijay Varsh to commemorate the 50th anniversary of India's victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war and the liberation of Bangladesh.





A free economy and strong communities honour the dignity of every person, rewarding effort with justice, promoting upward mobility, and building solidarity among citizens. – Paul Ryan

ITL Public School observes International Human Solidarity Day on December 20 to celebrate global unity in diversity and raise public awareness on the significance of Solidarity to achieve Sustainability. The theme and basic purpose of International Human Solidarity Day are to eradicate poverty and promote the culture of cooperation, equality and social justice, which tends to human and social development particularly in developing countries. This day underlines the need for global cooperation and partnerships to lift people out of poverty, hunger and disease and urge people with power and ability to reach out to those in need.







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