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The Academic Excellence Award Ceremony of Indian School Darsait was organised on Tuesday. Dr Baby Sam Samuel , chairman, BOD, Indian Schools in Oman, was the chief guest.

ISD hosts Academic Excellence Award Ceremony 2018

Muscat – 

The Academic Excellence Award Ceremony of Indian School Darsait was organised on Tuesday. Dr Baby Sam Samuel , chairman, BOD, Indian Schools in Oman, was the chief guest. 

The programme began with prayer followed by the welcome speech in which Dr Sridevi P Thashnath, principal, commended the outstanding overall performance of students catalysed by the strategic preparing and efforts of the teachers, along with active assistance of their parents in assisting the college sustain the apex position with zero failure in each class XII and class X board examinations.

She lauded the efforts of teachers and students of the pioneer batch of the NIOS stream in bringing an exceptional outcome. She profusely thanked the BoD for the pioneering programmes for the enhancement of education and the SMC for their leadership and guidance in creating it a reality.

She additional quoted the chief guest, “Our children should be competent academically, physically and emotionally to brave the challenges of the 21st century.” She assured that ISD would often be there at the forefront in creating the vision of the Board of Directors, Indian Schools in Oman a reality. A particular bouquet of chocolates and a jacket with block print carried out by the students of the SEN division was presented to the chief guest. Jaikish Pavithran, president, SMC, addressed the audience and congratulated the students whose difficult function and determination scripted achievement stories and lauded the efforts of teachers and parents for facilitating and motivating them to accomplish achievement. The chief guest stated that education required a paradigm shift from understanding sharing platforms to centres of excellence that would embrace sustainability and collaboration.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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