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Bhavan’s SIS organizes triumphant ‘SRISHTI 2018’ annual day
February 19, 2018, 12:06 pm
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Bhavan’s Smart Indian School (SIS) celebrated its Annual day ‘Srishti 2018’ with a rainbow of colors that unfurled to joyous applause on 16 February. The program started with an invocation dance performance by the students followed by the formal lighting of the ceremony and a tenacious note from the assemblage. 

The guests of the day comprised of Prof. Abubacker, Principal, Scholars Indian School, UAE; Dr. Shamil Ally, Guyana Ambassador to Kuwait;  N.K. Ramachandran Menon, Chairman, Bhavans, Middle East;  Ahmed Ali Judiyan Al Begeeli, Director, Smart Indian School;  Krishnadas Menon, Director, Bhavan’s Middle East; Prem Kumar, Principal, Indian Educational School; Arul Dharmaraj, Principal, Integrated Indian School, Radhi Raveendran, Principal, Jack and Jill and Vice Principals of Indian Educational School, Heads of the departments and teachers of different schools.

A rendition by the choir groups in French and Hindi was a good listen for the audience before the Annual Report was read out by the Principal Mahesh Iyer that highlighted the feats of SIS during the academic year 2017-2018 through the students who acted as News Readers.

A musical feast by the orchestra presented an explosive expression of rhythms. The amalgamation of skits, dance, singing and musical band under the canopy of cultural program was a stirring spectacle that was filled with sentimentality.

The theme behind every performance was evident in the cherubic first grade students’ skit performance on happiness, seraphic portrayal of honesty by Grade 2, surprisingly selfless presentation of sacrifice by Grade 3, electrifying depiction of courage by Grade 4, display of gender equality by Grade 5 through a mesmerizing mime, witty witness of wit a portrayal of appreciation by Grade 6 and confounding battle of life (virtue) depicted by Grade 7 followed by the love to pursue carpe diem in every day’s life by Grade 8.

The Arabic department’s skit and dance was noted for its feet tapping number and the magical quality of life driven by encouragement.

The memento presentation took a special turn to monumentalize each and every receiver. The culmination of human values ended with respect towards the disabled was portrayed as the Indian National Anthem was brought forward through sign language.

Hence the program ended on a jubilant note as the guests and the audience left the auditorium.

 

 

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