Jean-Paul Ghoneim, very first counsellor in the French Embassy, was the chief guest of the occasion. He was accompanied by Clément Moutel, counsellor for Cultural Affairs and Cooperation, French Embassy. Christian Adam De Villiers, director of Centre Franco-Omanais, and Sarah Doyat, in-charge of DELF Examinations, had been also present at the occasion.
Principal Dr Rajeev Kumar Chauhan, senior vice principal – Administration Saji S Nair, advisor to the principal Deep Wilson, vice principal – senior section Eskalin Gonsalves, vice principals of all the sections, assistant vice principals of all the sections and HoDs of numerous departments had been present.
A total of 61 students had been honoured with the diplomas of DELF A1. DELF is an internationally authorized examination carried out by the French Ministry of National Education. In Oman, this examination is organised annually by the Centre Franco-Omanais.
Tanisha Singh of X F securing 96 per cent marks outsmarted her peers and emerged very first. The chief guest congratulated the students for their outstanding overall performance in the examination and encouraged all the students who aspire mastering this planet language, to seem for this examination in huge numbers in the years to come.
He encouraged the students stating that such examinations would improve their command more than 1 of the classical languages in the planet. He praised the interest and initiative exhibited by Indian School Muscat in conducting DELF examination in their college.
This is the second consecutive year that Indian School Muscat carried out this examination in their campus.
Information Source: Muscat Daily