Sunday, 17 Nov 2019 | 20 Rabi Al Awwal 1441
Indian School Muscat organises annual graduation ceremony

Indian School Muscat organises annual graduation ceremony

It was a moment of pride and honour not only for the students, but also for the parents, teachers and nicely wishers. The chief guest for the occasion was H E Indra Mani Pandey, Ambassador of India to the sultanate. Dr Amer al Rawas, chairman, Themar Group, graced the occasion as the guest of honour.

N Omanakuttan, president, School Management Committee (SMC), Members of the Board of Directors of Indian Schools in the sultanate, members of the SMC and other dignitaries had been also present to witness the grand occasion. Principal, Dr Rajeev Kumar Chauhan, senior vice principal admin, advisor to the principal, vice principals, assistant vice principals, heads of Departments, teachers and parents joined in the proceedings.

Class XII students clad in their ceremonial graduation gowns walked down the aisle with pride and happiness. The function commenced with the standard lighting of the lamp followed by a solemn prayer song by the college choir. The college head boy, P Sai Saran accorded a cordial welcome to the august gathering. He urged the students to cherish the momentous day and wished them the extremely very best. A choreography which was a subtle blend of classical, semi-classical and modern dance by the college students was a excellent echo of the celebration.

Chief guest H E Pandey blessed and felicitated the outgoing students with mementos. Students also had the privilege of getting the mementoes from the esteemed guest of honour and honourable members of the SMC.

H E Pandey, although addressing the august gathering, wished the students achievement and prosperity in all their academic and non-academic pursuits. He advised them to be open to new thoughts and tips and discover a new way of seeking at life. He urged them to define their individual objectives and to be inspired by the objectives of the society. The guest of honour encouraged the young aspirants to state the objective in their lives. He advised them to devote the subsequent handful of months looking for their personal objective.

The students had been immensely inspired when he mentioned, “Don’t think of the jobs you will get, but think of the jobs you will create.” He wished them nicely in all their endeavours.

On this considerable day, Indian School Muscat launched the Terrarium project, its second new initiative from the Biology division, the very first getting Hydroponics.

Chief guest H E Pandey, inaugurated the Terrarium project. It consists of a year-extended curriculum for setting-up and preserving a terrarium for students to use for experimentation and understanding.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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