Drama, as a form of performing art is one of the effective ways of learning and exploring different issues prevalent in our society. It also helps children to develop their confidence, communication skill and teamwork. Therefore, it is a part of our co- curricular activities.
Recently, our students of Secondary and Elementary level performed thought-provoking acts in English and Nepali languages in class-wise drama competition. Through drama they addressed different issues such as environmental protection, child labour and gender equality, and also conveyed powerful message for social reform. Likewise, the dramas presented by the four houses were based on different social issues of contemporary times. Their acting which was, like of veteran actors and different props used in drama made the scene feel more authenticaptivating the attention of the audience.