The Quit India movement or ‘August Kranti Andolan’ was launched in Mumbai on 8th August 1942, by Mahatma Gandhi, during World War II. The Movement was a crucial milestone that enabled India to gain its independence in 1947. The special assembly commenced on a pious note with a prayer and paid their respectful tribute to the freedom warriors for their sacrifice in the "Quit India Movement." Confident learners participated enthusiastically in the event and delivered their speeches on our brave freedom fighters followed by presentations of a documentary on "Gandhiji's Quit India Movement" and the evolution of India after Movement. Presidians paid homage to our freedom heroes by creating extraordinary posters with slogan writing and remembering their contribution to the freedom struggle. All the scholars took the pledge and promised to create an India that is strong, prosperous, and inclusive and to build a new India that our freedom fighters would be proud of. On the 79th anniversary of the historic Quit India Movement, pupils salute all the great women & men who took part in the Movement.