A Report On Victory Day Celebrated At (Name Of Institution)……School/College

Staff correspondent/ reporter, (Date :__/__/__):

The 48th Victory Day was celebrated at (Institution’s name)………School/College, (District name), gorgeously. (Name)………, Principal of the School/College, chaired the program. Chairman, Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, (District name), was present as the chief guest.

The day’s program started with the hoisting of the national flag. Immediately after this, the march past of the students was held and the chief guest took the salute. Then with due-solemnity, the national anthem was sung. A discussion meeting was held in the school/college premises which were nicely fenced with seating arrangements. In the inaugural speech, the Principal paid tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the cause of freedom. Then the chief guest stood and delivered his/her valuable speech. He/she focused on the contribution and sacrifice of the freedom fighters. He/she reminded how the Pakistani forces and their local collaborators – Rajakar, Al-Badr and Al-Shams-killed innocent Bangladeshi people and violated women.

“It is considered to be one of the world’s worst acts of genocide and crimes against humanity”, remarked he/she.

In the end, there was a cultural program. The students of the school/college sang patriotic songs and recited poems on the liberation war. They also performed Munir Chowdhury’s drama ‘Kabar’.

The program ended with the Principal’s thanks-giving speech.