Folk-A-Thon, the Annual Day 2023 was celebrated with much pomp and show in the school ground. Mr. Harssh Poddar, Superintendent of Police, Nagpur-Disctrict, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The ceremony was also adorned by other esteemed luminaries, Mr. Deepak Agarwal, IPS probationary, Nagpur, Mr. Chetan Tarare, Chairman, School Management Committee, Dr. Bibhuti, and Mr. Sachin Sharma, the members of Reliance Foundation Schools, Academic Council accompanied by Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, the Principal. After the floral welcoming of the guests, the lamp lighting ceremony was performed by the Chief Guest and the other dignitaries. Principal presented a brief annual report on the notable achievements of the school, students and staff which have brought glory to the school. Winners of the National level competitions were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest. To begin with, the school choir presented the welcome song by singing a Qawwali that set the mood of the audience. The scintillating dances by students were greeted with thunderous applause by the audience. The theme ‘folk culture of India’ was aptly exhibited by the students through their exquisite dance performances and skits which covered the diverse art forms of India. Students of different class group put up variety folk dances that included the Lambadi of Andhra Pradesh, the Bihu of Odisha, Kantara of Karnataka, Chhau of West Bengal, Sambhalpuri of Odisha, Theythakka of Kerala, Bhangara of Punjab, Lawani of Maharashtra, Kalbelia of Rajsthan, Nati-Pahadi of Himachal, Rauf of Jammu-Kashmir and the Garba of Gujrat. The highlight of the show was a skit in English based on the plight of the educated unemployed folks which was well appreciated by the audience. Chief Guest Mr. Harssh Poddar, through his speech, congratulated the school for being the trailblazer and setting high-levels of educational standards despite the students being coming from the rural areas in particular. The graceful compering of the event by the students of classes VIII and IX in English, Hindi and Marathi languages respectively added charm to the mega event. The programme culminated with Vote of thanks followed by the National Anthem.