By Rajeem Dhungel
RG Election Commission

We are delighted to share the exciting news of our recent school election, where students from grades 5 to 10 enthusiastically participated in choosing their leaders for the upcoming academic year. The election focused on electing the School Captain, Vice-Captain, and House Captains, and Vice Captains serving as a platform to cultivate democratic values, leadership skills, and active citizenship among our students. The election process was a democratic spirit within our school community, fostering an environment where students could voice their opinions, engage in healthy competition, and exercise their right to vote. It was a remarkable opportunity for our young learners to understand the significance of leadership and develop a sense of responsibility towards their school and peers.

The process commenced with an open call for nominations, inviting students who wished to run for the positions of School Captain, Vice-Captain, and House Captain to step forward. The interested candidates then submitted their candidacy applications, including a statement outlining their vision, goals, and plans for the school. This step encouraged our students to reflect upon their strengths, leadership abilities, and commitment to serving their fellow students.
Following the submission of applications, a series of campaign activities were organised, allowing the candidates to present their ideas, campaign strategies, and initiatives to their peers. These activities included speech sessions, poster displays, debates, and interactive sessions, where students had the opportunity to ask questions and gain deeper insights into the candidates’ platforms. Election day was filled with enthusiasm and anticipation as students lined up to vote. A secure and fair voting system was put in place, ensuring transparency and maintaining the integrity of the electoral process. Our students approached the voting booths with pride and responsibility, exercising their democratic rights to elect the leaders they believed would best represent their interests and aspirations.
Finally, after careful vote counting, the results were announced in a special assembly. The elected leaders, School

Captain, Master Pranik Puri, Vice-Captain Miss Jaanvi Agrawal and House Captains, Vice Captains of four different houses were congratulated for their achievement, and all candidates were applauded for their efforts, dedication, and participation in the electoral process.
This election not only highlighted the importance of leadership but also reinforced the principles of teamwork and collaboration within our school’s house system. The House Captains play a vital role in fostering healthy competition, organizing inter-house events, and fostering a sense of camaraderie among students. We firmly believe that this school election has played a significant role in empowering our students, instilling democratic values, and preparing them to become responsible citizens and leaders of tomorrow. The entire process has been a remarkable journey of personal growth, self-discovery, and the development of essential life skills.


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