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ICSK Khaitan re-institutes its XI-XII with a difference
May 1, 2017, 3:51 pm

Fixing a new ladder to ascend and explore the realm of higher studies, Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK) Khaitan launched successfully, once again, the Senior Secondary batch in its campus on Tuesday, 18 April, in the presence of distinguished guests from the field of education. It was a long awaited moment for ICSK Khaitan students to proudly pursue higher secondary education in the premises of Khaitan where they stepped in, years before, seeking the amazing world of knowledge.

The solemn inaugural function commenced with the recital of verses from the Quran and superseded by the National Anthems of Kuwait and India.

The ceremony turned out to be a memorable occasion with the presence of Ashish Jain, Director, Educational Affairs, IIT-IIM Alumni Association Kuwait, Dr. Abhay Patwari, president of Indian Doctors Forum Kuwait, Angello Fernandes, Joint secretary, BOT, ICSK and S.N. Raju, Treasurer, BOT, ICSK.  Scintillating dance and music performances put up by the students instilled every one with new vigor.

Through his inspiring speech, Principal, K.G. Shirsath, warmly welcomed everyone. Sharing the experience of his school days, he emphasized how the students should be grateful for all the facilities they get today. The presidential address by Agnello Fernandes and the inaugural address of Ashish Jain encouraged the students to pursue the path of great knowledge with enthusiasm.

Dr. Abhay Patwari, the Guest of Honor also addressed the gathering and offered his complete support in fulfilling the aims of the new 11th Batch of ICSK Khaitan. The teaching faculty for Class XI were invited on stage and introduced to the audience. Chithra Joseph, a representative from parent community, shared her views about the school and its committed teaching fraternity.

While proposing the vote of thanks, Vice Principal Ravi Ayanoli, reiterated the specialty of the new Class XI batch and explained how it is different from the rest of the schools in Kuwait. The program came to an end when the chief guest inaugurated the new smart classroom in the presence of all invited dignitaries, parents, teachers and the new class XI students.

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