The popular amusement park will grant students scoring over 90 per cent marks in the CBSE, ICSE.
New Delhi: With the Class 10 board exam results being declared recently, Appu Ghar, India’s first amusement park in Gurgaon, is giving young students a chance to celebrate their academic success in a fun and memorable way.
The popular amusement park will grant students scoring over 90 per cent marks in the CBSE, ICSE, and Delhi board exams free entry with their “family of four “ till July 10 to enjoy an entire day of sun, water, and exciting rides.
“Between all the studying and preparation for board exams, students and their parents undergo a lot of stress, with anxiety levels remaining high right up to the moment the results are declared. We are delighted to invite these prodigious young students and their families to unwind and celebrate their excellent scholastic performance with an entire day of excitement and adventure at their favourite amusement park,” Rakesh Babbar, MD, Appu Ghar said.
Established over 30 years ago, Appu Ghar, India’s first ever amusement park, has entertained many generations of children and adults since its inception. The brand made a comeback in 2014 with a new state-of-the-art facility in Gurgaon, launched by its parent company, International Recreation and Amusement Ltd, to recreate and revive the memories of the original, much-loved amusement park at Pragati Maidan.
“It would be relaxing to visit this Appu Ghar in this scorching weather because I have heard it is like a beach park,” Ritika Khanna, a student, said.
And it also brings to you the finest adventure activities coupled with an overwhelming assortment of all things good,” Ritika Khanna, a student, said.
Built over 42 acres as the millennium entertainment facility for the Millennium City, Appu Ghar is the only all-inclusive entertainment destination in Gurgaon and is envisioned as the largest indoor entertainment centre in the world.
“In earlier times, ‘going out’ meant visiting places like Appu ghar and enjoying a pleasant experience but in today’s time, going out means visiting malls. The new version of Appu Ghar would not only refresh our memories, but also give us an opportunity to create new memories with our children,” Vinita Joshi, a parent said.