Hyderabad, August 15, 2017…Even as the nation is celebrating its 71st Independence Day, New Steps Foundation (NSF), in keeping with avowed bid to help the under-privileged sections, marked the country’s historic day by celebrating the occasion with children from Audiah Government High School at Old Botny School in Ranigunj, Secunderabad.
It was wonderful to see the boys and girls enjoy the events that were lined up. It was made merrier with the joyful manner celebrated actors Rajesh Khattar and Vandana Sajnani Khattar interacted with the enthusiastic kids. Their inspirational advices were a highlight of the programme.
Organised by the popular Entrepreneur-Social Activist Kavita Jain and acclaimed Graphologist Samita Pandya, all those associated with NSF were around to keep the youngsters motivated during the cultural programmes that was organised to mark the day. It was a tribute to the trainers at NSF that the children performed admirably and made complete justice to the fortnight long training and rehearsal sessions conducted for them.
From the time New Steps Foundation adopted Audiah Govt High School, it has been conducting programmes for the kids every now and then. Their medical camps attracted massive response. Quite apparently, Independence Day is a big day for such fun and frolic.
It was a proud moment and honour for the Foundation that socialites from diverse fields turned up. They along with the actors encouraged the youngsters to keep dreaming big and working towards achieving them.
To make the festivities more memorable, children were rewarded with impressive gifts and stationery material so that they could use them for academics. Entertainment came courtesy of Dr Ramyasri, who had the audience spellbound with some her magic show. The students were also imparted basic self-defence techniques. Dance programs were another catch presentation.
Meanwhile, in a noble gesture that is in keeping with the mission of New Steps Foundation, they responded to an SOS from two students of Audiah Government High School. In what comes as a moving shocker, the students Revathi and Ramya have been diagnosed with holes in their heart.
On coming to know of this, the Foundation has stepped in to come to their aid. Apart from adopting the two on this Independence Day, the Foundation will take care of the surgery and medical expenses that are likely to be incurred.