Eid is a religious festival which Muslims all over the world celebrate. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. After 30 days of fasting, Eid is the first day after that month when Muslims do not fast and enjoy their day fully. The day began by making children know the importance of fasting and ?Eid ul Fitr. Students were dressed up in their best attire. They had a day of enjoyment with amusing activities related to the theme. They spent a memorable time sharing and actively involving in group activities and fun games. This promoted a feeling of co-operation, collaboration and team work. It was a moment of enjoyment, fun and pleasure in a relaxed environment. The best moment of this joyous celebration was when the teaching fraternity was presented with a token of appreciation while the non-teaching staff were given monetary gifts.