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May 8, 2018 Special Assembly By Class III

Discipline is the refining fire by which talent becomes ability.&rsquo
In order to promote the importance of discipline in one&rsquo s own life, Class III A presented a fabulous morning assembly on the theme - &lsquo Value of Discipline&rsquo . 
The assembly began with a prayer to the Almighty, followed by thought of the day, News Headlines, Poem Recitation and Story with the moral that there is no magic wand that can resolve our problems. The solution rests in hard work and discipline. The students shared inspirational and simplistic approach i.e. Waking up early, being determined and committed towards work, meeting the impossible deadlines with a sharp focus, be humble and polite to everyone to incorporate in one&rsquo s habit to make the best out of life. Through musical performance, students encouraged Class Discipline and to facilitate self discipline a rhythmic drill was presented by the students.
Discipline brings stability and structure into a person&rsquo s life. It teaches a person to be responsible and respectful. It promotes good human behavior for a better society and makes it a more enjoyable place for every one to live.

 
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