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  • Admission for Nursery for the academic year 2024 – 2025 stands closed.

Investiture Ceremony - 2023

Jul 01, 2023

The air at Smt. Sunitidevi Singhania School, Thane was abuzz with anticipation as students, teachers, and proud parents gathered to witness a momentous event – the Investiture Ceremony. This grand occasion, held on 1st July 2023, marked the official appointment of the student council members and other leadership positions for the academic year 2023-24. With enthusiasm and pride filling the atmosphere, the ceremony embodied the spirit of leadership, responsibility, and unity that Sunitians hold.

To solidify their commitment, the student leaders took an oath administered by our beloved Head, Mrs Lakshmi Madhusudan. In unison, they pledged to discharge their duties with utmost dedication, fairness, and loyalty towards their roles, fellow students, and the school. They acknowledged the trust placed in them and promised to uphold the school's values, work diligently, and make a positive impact during their tenure.

Our mentor, Mrs Gladys Cabral, emphasized the values of integrity, responsibility, and empathy, encouraging the newly appointed leaders to set an example for their peers and contribute positively to the school community.

The newly invested student council members and House Captains stepped into their roles, ready to embark on a journey of growth and service. The appointed senate members expressed confidence and willingness to lead by example, be receptive to ideas, and inspire their peers to strive for excellence. With the support of the school administration, house masters, teachers, and their fellow students, these young leaders are poised to make a significant and positive impact on the school community.

As the ceremony concluded, the students embraced the spirit of unity and determination, fostering an environment that encourages every student to realize their potential and contribute to the betterment of society.


Admission for Nursery for the academic year 2024 – 2025 stands closed.