On 9th December 2015 the Scouts and Guides of St. Mary’s Convent School, Geyzing accompanied by two teachers left for Ganganagar, Kolkata for the National Integration Camp. There were 28 States present for the camp. It was a cultural exchange where the students from four corners of India came in order to share their views and ideas. We are proud to say that our school was chosen to represent the state of Sikkim in the National level. Our school was always praised by the organisers of the event for our punctuality, regularity, behaviour and discipline. We never went to bed without getting a ‘good or word of appreciation’. We followed the camp routine and gave our best in whatever we did. We learned lot of new things and experienced a lot and appreciated the beautiful culture of our country.
Every State was asked to present various cultural programmes and we are so happy and proud to say that our School bagged the second Prize. We had a very good coordination among ourselves and so we were able to stand second among 28 states. We thank all our Sisters and teachers for giving us this opportunity and for teaching us many good things in the school. We went to visit some of the historical places in Kolkata and enjoyed thoroughly.
We returned on the 16th December with a Trophy, certificates and wonderful and unforgettable memories of the camp.