"Every Indian should now forget that he is a Rajput, a Sikh or a Jat. He must remember that he is an Indian." -- Sardar Patel
68 years ago the Indian constitution came into force after a long struggle of freedom from British rule. India did not have a fixed or permanent constitution since 1950 after India got its independence in 1947. Dr Rajendra Prasad took oath on this day as India's first president of India. This day, since then, holds great significance to us. St. Mary’s School Baradi had the Republic day celebration by hosting the National flag by the Principal Fr. Johny in the presence of the teachers and students. Thereafter, there were messages by Fr. Johny, representatives of Teachers and students about the significance of the day. As part of the celebration and joy, there were few competitions of patriotic songs and speeches for the students. Indeed, the students participated in the competitions filled with patriotism and happiness.