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Graduating ICSK class X students given fond farewell
March 6, 2017, 2:18 pm
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The students of class X of the Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK), Amman, were accorded a grand farewell on Thursday, 23 February. The outgoing students of class X were warmly welcomed to the venue by the class IX prefects.

A welcome song was rendered by the school choir and a lamp lighting ceremony added charm to the beginning of the function. The school Vice President Tobias Saju welcomed the gathering. Senate President Tania Thankam addressed the gathering on behalf of the student body. 

In his Principal’s address, Rajesh Nair cherished his association with the outgoing students and wished them a very bright and successful future. He also appreciated and awarded mementos to the prefects for their sincere contribution in executing their duties.

A grand cultural show was organized by the students of class IX and staff, which included an array of songs, dance and mime, making the day a memorable one.

The outgoing students recalled their experiences in their alma mater in emotional and nostalgic tones. As a mark of respect, senate members presented a token of appreciation to all the beloved teachers who guided and molded their thoughts during their time in the school. A token of love and appreciation was also given to the outgoing students by the junior students of class IX.

On behalf of all the staff, the Senate Advisor Aleyamma Satheesh addressed the students and advised them to be decent and modest in their appearance, in their speech and in actions which make the difference between a man of honor and a man of the world. She reminded them to carry the values and morals taught to them from ICSK.

Assistant Arts Club Secretary Mriga Arora proposed the vote of thanks.

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