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Republic Day Celebration Anchoring Script  

Let me start it by saying “Jai Hind”.
Good morning to our Honorable chief guest, Respected Principal, teachers, kids, ladies and gentlemen and my friends. I am Swarna Prava Behera and I would like to welcome you all. How blissful this morning is where we are gathered to celebrate our 73rd (insert the number of republic day) republic day.
After uncountable sacrifices of our freedom fighters, we got  independence on 15th August 1947. And because of it only we have gathered and speak freely today. We owe a great thank you to all of them. I salute all those freedom fighters. Happy Republic Day.
Ask the audience to stand up for National Anthem
Nation Anthem is the heart of any Indian, so I would like to request all to stand up and sing the National Anthem along with our group.
(National Anthem)
Thank you very much, you may take your sits now.
In today’s program, we remember our great heroes, who have written our constitution. One of the biggest constitutions in the world. After the amendment of the constitution, we became a “Republic of India”, and the day was 26th January 1950.
Calling the Students for a Speech(If any)
Now, I would like to call our students one by one to share their thoughts on this special day.
(From the list)
Sri Alok Chanda sahu, Section-A, Class-7
(After the speech)
Thank Sri Alok Chanda Sahu to share his thoughts.
(May call as per list)
Calling the principal for a Speech
Now I request Mr./Ms. Nirmala Das ( Principal of the school) to be on the stage and honor the sacrifices of the heroes who made this day a special day for all Indians. A big round of applause for (Sir./) Madam to be present on the stage.
After the Speech
Thank you, (sir/)Madam. for sharing your precious thoughts to the audience and I am sure that they enjoyed listening to your words.
India is the cradle of the human, race, the birthplace of humans, speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great-grandmother of tradition. The most valuable and most artistic materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.
Happy Republic Day..
Calling students for Performance
Our talented students have arranged a beautiful performance. Now it’s time to call them on the stage. Give them a big hand to be present on the stage and show you their talent.
That was indeed a delighted performance by them.
Still, sleeping?
The nation needs you!
You need to wake up!
You are part of the world’s biggest democracy….
Today is the day when we got our own constitution…
It’s Indian Republic Day…
Wake up and Value the Day… Happy Republic Day.
Ladies and gentlemen, on this day, think of your past and try to build a better future for all of us. It is a duty of all of us!! I am proud to be an Indian.
Calling the Chief guest for a Speech
Now, I would like to request our Chief guest Mr. Chief guest to come on the stage and say few words.
(After the speech)(Clap)
Thank you, (sir/Madam.)for sharing your precious thoughts to the audience and I am sure that they enjoyed listening to your words.
 Presenting Award to the Guests of the Occasion
Thousands laid down their lives so that our country breath this day. We never forget their sacrifices. To honor the great personality Mr. Chief guest.  I request the principal to come on the stage and present the appreciation award.
An army that has no tradition of courage, fearlessness and invincibility cannot hold its own in a struggle with a powerful enemy. We will never forget your sacrifices.
Ye Nafrat Buri Hai, Na Paalo Isay, Dilo Main Khalish Hai, Nikalo Isay Na Iska, Na Usak, Na Tera, Na Mera, Ye Watan Hai Hum Sabka, Bacha Lo ISE.
Happy Republic Day
On the occasion of 70th Indian Republic Day, let us celebrate the freedom to express and live our lives with pride. Let us salute our mother India. Warm Republic Day wishes to you.
May the Indian Tricolour always fly high! Proud to be an Indian!
Happy Republic Day!
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Voice Modulation Tips:

Try to use every opportunity to speak; practice and experience will give you the confidence and power, and you will gradually be able to correct and improve your voice for modulation. On every occasion whenever you speak or deliver lecture, you should bear in mind the following points:

  1. Always convey your message with the variation in the pitch and tempo. Never deliver your speech in a monotone as it will not only bore but also send your audience to sleep.
  2. Speak at a rate so that your audience can understand you because fast delivery betrays a lack of confidence.
  3. Speak normally at about 125 to 150 words per minute. Check your speed and try to bring it within this range.
  4. Pronounce words properly, putting stresses at the right syllables.
  5. Speak loud enough so that everyone in the audience can hear you clearly.
  6. Pause for a moment in between sentences to control your speed and approach better.
  7. Refrain from vocalised pauses and nasalisation such as ‘er’, ‘ah’, ‘unh’, ‘umm’, etc.
  8. Take care that you do not repeatedly use such phrases as ‘you see’, ‘I mean’, ‘What I meant,’ ‘Understand, ‘Have you understood,’ ‘Clear?’, ‘Is it clear?’, ‘Was it clear?’, etc.
  9. Remember that a lazy lip movement breeds unintelligibility, a stiff jaw stifles the voice and an inactive tongue strangles it. So, always try to maintain a balance while speaking or delivering your lecture.

Happy Practising

Tips of Anchoring Script
  1. The Outline of the script
  2. Welcome line.
  3. Lamp lightning and worship Ceremony.
  4. Swagat Geet.
  5. Chief guest’s message to the student.
  6. Principal’s address to the student.
  7. Cultural program: Dance competition, Singing Competition, Drama, Fancy Dress Competition
  8. Prize distribution
  9. Thanks Giving.