Anchoring Script for Morning Assembly on National Postal Day

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Anchoring Script for Morning Assembly on National Postal Day in English

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National Postal Day is celebrated every year on the 10th of October, following World Post Day. 

Postal Day Anchoring Script: On 10th October Every year, we celebrate National Postal Day. A Special day to honor the important work of the postal service. The postal service has been connecting people and businesses for centuries, and it continues to play a vital role in our society today. In this context we will read anchoring script on national postal day for school morning assembly.

Celebrating National Postal Day: An Anchoring Script for Morning Assembly

Anchor 1: “Good morning, respected principal, esteemed teachers, and my dear friends. Today, we come together to celebrate a day dedicated to the messengers of emotions, the silent carriers of love, hope, and news – our very own postal system. Yes, today is National Postal Day!”

Anchor 2: “And what better place to commemorate national Postal day than in our school, where every message, whether it’s a report card or a competition certificate, is a memory etched in time.”

Anchor 1: “But before we embark on today’s journey, let’s begin with our regular morning prayer to seek blessings for the day.”

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(A school prayer is sung by the school choir.)

Anchor 2: “Thank you, prayer team for that soulful prayer. On National Postal Day, it’s essential to remember that before the era of instant messaging, emails, and video calls, it was the postal service that kept us connected.”

Anchor 1: “Absolutely! And to give us a glimpse of this bygone era, our junior grade students have put together a skit showcasing the importance of letters and the joy they brought.”

(Students perform a short skit where a soldier receives a letter from home, a mother gets a reply from his beloved daughter, and a mother reads a letter from her son studying in a distant city.)

Anchor 2: “What a heartwarming performance! It truly takes us back in time, reminding us of the charm and emotional depth handwritten letters carried.”

Anchor 1: “Speaking of which, today our school has organized a special activity. We’ve set up a small postal counter where you can write letters to your friends, teachers, or even to yourself!”

Anchor 2: “And guess what? The best letters will get featured in our school magazine! So, let your emotions flow and let’s get writing.”

Anchor 1: “But before that, here’s a fun fact. Did you know that the world’s first postage stamp was the ‘Penny Black,’ issued by Britain in 1840?”

Here are some fun facts about the postal service:

  • The first postal service in India was established in 1854.
  • The first postage stamp was issued in India in 1852.
  • Independent India’s first stamp was issued on 21st November 1947.

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Anchor 2: “Wow! That’s fascinating. And to share more such interesting facts and the history of the Indian Postal System, we have with us our school’s history teacher, Mrs. Gupta. A big round of applause for her!”

(Mrs. Gupta takes the stage and shares some intriguing facts and stories related to the Indian Postal system, ending with the significance of celebrating National Postal Day.)

Anchor 1: “Thank you, ma’am, for enlightening us. As we wrap up today’s assembly, let’s pledge to revive the beautiful art of letter writing, even if it’s just once in a while.”

Anchor 2: “Yes, and let’s also express our gratitude to all the postmen and postwomen who, rain or shine, have ensured our messages reach their destination.”

Anchor 1: “With that note, we wish you all a day filled with love, nostalgia, and, of course, letters! Let’s make National Postal Day memorable!”

Anchor 2: “Thank you, everyone, and have a fantastic day ahead!”

(Music resumes as the assembly concludes.)

On this National Postal Day, let’s all say thank you to the postal workers who keep us connected!

Thank you, and have a great day!

Short Speech on National Postal Day 

Good morning, teachers and students!

Today on 10 October we are celebrating National Postal Day. Today is a day when we honor the importance of the National Postal Services. The National postal service has been connecting people for centuries and it continues to play an equally important role today as well.

On this special  occasion of National Postal Day, we take time to thank the postal workers who work hard to deliver our mail every day. They work in all types of weather and conditions to deliver our mail so that it is delivered on time and safely.

The postal service is not just a way to send and receive letters and packages. It also plays an important role in our economy and our democracy. The Postal Service helps connect businesses and consumers, and helps society by ensuring that every Indian has access to all vital government services.

Today, on National Postal Day, let us all take a moment to appreciate the Postal Service and the people who work there. They are essential to our society and we are grateful for their service.

Greetings to all the hardworking employees of India Post on #NationalPostalDay.

Here are some fun facts about the Indian Postal Service:

  • The Indian Postal Service is the largest postal network in the world. It has over 1.5 lakh post offices.
  • The first postal stamp in India was issued in 1852.
  • The highest post office in the world is located in India. It’s at Hikkim in the Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
  • The Indian Postal Service also delivers Post to the remote villages in the Himalayas and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  • The Indian Postal Service is also involved in providing services like money orders, savings accounts, and insurance too.
  • The Indian Postal Service has a special floating post office in Dal Lake in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. This is the only floating post office in the world.
  • The Indian Postal Service has a wonderful museum in New Delhi. This museum showcases the history and evolution of the postal service in India.
  • The Indian Postal Service has issued stamps including wildlife, culture, and festivals.
  • The Indian Postal Service is also promoting so many social causes like literacy and women empowerment.

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