The pleasant Monday morning awaited the grand farewell ceremony, SAYONARA, for the outgoing Class XII students at Delhi Public School. The comperes Aadvik Thapar, Archit Goyal, Pratham Bansal and Sarabjot Singh accorded a warm welcome to Class XII students. The ceremony commenced on an auspicious note with the recital of a shloka and a prayer song. The Principal Ms. Balmit Kaur wished them the best of future as they leave the portals of the school, hoping that they achieve success in all spheres of life by being righteous in their actions and staying humble. The class teachers of XII A and B, Ms. Ruchika Bhakoo and Ms. Chitwan Kaur spurred the students to work to the best of their abilities to make a mark in the world that awaited their performance. The audience was left enthralled by the group song presented by Class XI. The words of Mrs. Ramandeep Kaur, a Junior Wing teacher, took them to reverie through her reminiscence and reminded them of the ‘faith - on themselves and on their mentors’ as the token of love they were being gifted for life. The stage was set ablaze when the students danced to the tunes of folk music. Priyal and Rajesh of Classes XII A and XII B gave a tribute to their teachers followed by the Head Boy, Maneevak Bajaj and the Head Girl, Yashika Gupta, who spoke their hearts out in the parting note delivered on behalf of the outgoing class. Class XI put up a humorous play entitled ‘Brilliant Ways to Mess Up Your Interview’. The outgoing class was conferred mementos as a parting gift by the Principal amidst resounding applause. The XIIthers and their teachers then proceeded to the cafeteria for sumptuous refreshment.