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AIP announced ‘Awards Nite 2013’

December 21, 2013, 12:40 pm

When: December 28                                             

Where:  Indian Community Senior School, Salmiya.

Capturing the Association of Indian Professionals (AIP) is pleased to announce that the AIP would organize a mega event to honor meritorious Indian students at 5.00 pm at the Awardees have been selected based on CBSE examinations results of class XII declared for the academic year 2012 - 2013 from all Indian Schools in Kuwait, which are affiliated to CBSE system of education of India. This may be noted that AIP awards have become synonym of excellence and parents of meritorious students eagerly look forward to this event.
Program of the event is divided into two segments. First segment, from 5 to 6 pm, comprises of an interactive program whereas the second program, AIP Awards distribution, will commence after 6pm. This program designated as ‘Meet your seniors’ program is an interactive program and provides valuable first- hand information about various institutions and disciplines to the aspiring students and enables them to take decisions for higher studies.  AIP awardees will be presented with Gold, Silver and Bronze medallion in addition to a certificate of merit. List of awardees will be published soon.

AIP started Running trophy for the Best Performing School in 2010 for class X & XII in order to recognize the efforts and contributions of the teaching staff of the School. Best Performing School is calculated on the basis of Weighted Average System. Details are given in the souvenir. All Indians are cordially invited to attend. Prior confirmation of attendance will help us to make suitable arrangements accordingly. You may register through AIP website For further details contact General Secretary Mr. Umesh Sharma on 97286800 / 25644301/ or Joint Secretary, Dr. Srikumar on 99499734 or Dr. Kamlesh Kumari on 97813816.

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