08 May 2005|Noida |

‘Amitasha’ Girls celebrate their Annual day

Amitasha, a chain of schools for the underprivileged Girl Child celebrated its Annual day on the 8th May, 2005 at Amity Campus, Sector-44, Noida. Amitasha is one of the projects running under the aegis of Amity Humanity Foundation (AHF), a registered NGO.

Amity Humanity Foundation (AHF) reflects the social responsibility, consciousness and concerns of Dr. Ashok K Chauhan, Founder President, Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF) and the Chairperson Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan, Amity International schools.

The grand celebration of the annual day started amidst chanting of the shlokas and lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Chief Guest-Shri Deo Dutt, IAS,Chairman & CEO - Noida Authority. Lauding the commitment and efforts of Amitasha in changing the life of these children Mr. Dutt added, “Amitasha is not only enabling these children to dream big but also, building their conviction and confidence to fulfill their dreams and preparing them to face the challenges of life.”

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, Founder President, Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, encouraged the parents of the girls for educating them and commented “Tomorrow when these girls would make a big name and come back to their hometown/village- you would be proud to introduce them as your daughters.”

The little girls presented a vibrant and colourful ballet, “Shakti” on women power portraying legendary personalities from our glorious past like Goddess Kali, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Mother Teresa etc. Their performance was a reflection of the change a girl can bring to the society and at the same time contribute towards making India a Superpower.

While applauding the performance of the students, Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan, Chairperson- Amitasha & Amity International Schools added: “These girls are all so amazing, they gave a brilliant performance without any stage fear and I hope that just as this stage performance- they carry forward in their lives fearlessly”. She further added that Amitasha is the interminable hope or “asha” to make the life of under-privileged girls a little different and definitely more meaningful.