‘Happiness Utsav’ celebrations started by Delhi government in schools


To celebrate the completion of a year of introduction of its happiness curriculum, the Delhi government has launched “Happiness Utsav” in its schools on Tuesday.

A Delhi government official said that this will be a 15-day festival which will culminate in a grand ceremony with activities such as plays, poems, exhibitions to be part of it. The first 50 minutes of each day in Delhi government schools during the festival, all children will take part in various activities.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that the Happiness Utsav is being celebrated by the Delhi government to mark the first year of the Happiness curriculum launch. The children were involved in a drawing mela on Day 1, where they drew on the subject ‘What makes you happy.’ Across the city, from Classes 1 to 8 lakhs of children sat in their respective school assemblies to take part in the activities that will encourage children to reflect on their emotion and thought process.

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