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ICSK higher education fair 2019 organized for students
January 12, 2019, 9:24 am

The Indian Community School (ICSK) organized a Higher Education Fair 2019 that marked their school's Diamond Jubilee celebrations amidst much pomp. The Principal and Senior Administrator of ICSK Dr. V. Binumon welcomed the Chief Guest the Ambassador of Malaysia to Kuwait H.E. Dato’ Mohammad Ali Selamat, Guest of Honor Raj Gopal Singh, Deputy Chief of Mission and Appellate Authority, Indian Embassy and Special Guest Dr. P.R. Venketaram.

Addressing the august gathering, Malaysian Ambassador H.E. Dato’ Mohammad Ali Selamat remarked that it was an exemplary fair, giving the opportunity to students to learn how to realize their dreams. He also mentioned the hospitality of ICSK, which was reflected in the beautifully rendered Malaysian National Anthem by the school choir 'Swaranjali'.

The special guest and the world-renowned career Guru Dr. P.R. Venketaram articulated that the Higher Education fair and the personal career guidance were very professionally arranged for the first time for four consecutive days under the guidance and support of the Management of the school, the Principal and his team.

He also gave this advice to the children and the parents that the choice of a right course was the most important condition to acquire an appropriate career.

Dr. P.R. Venketaram also added that he was overwhelmed and motivated by the response of parents and children during the counseling session and he highlighted the fact that it was the first time in his career that he had conducted a one to one counseling for more that 50 students in one day.

The inaugural function also witnessed ‘Guru Pranamam’ a special event honoring the Principals of various schools in Kuwait. All universities participating in the higher education fair were felicitated with mementos during this function.

There was also entertainment in the form of rhythmic dances of Athira, Amelendu, Athishni, Bhawna, Divya, Mriga, Beneetta and Akshita accompanied by the versatile Anagha on the mani veena. The program concluded with the vote of thanks by the deputy Vice Principal Susan Rajesh Pothen.


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