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ICSK students usher in new dawn with orientation
May 3, 2017, 5:41 pm

The academic year 2017-2018 at The Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK)-Senior, is being laced with newer avenues to explore and abundant goals to achieve. In its quest to provide quality education to its students the school organized an Orientation Program for the newly admitted students of class XI on 22 April, prior to the formal initiation of the new scholastic session. The program was conducted in two separate sessions to incorporate all 300 students along with their parents.

The session commenced with the school prayer invoking the divine blessings followed by a poignant rendering of the welcome song by the school choir, Swaranjali. The congregation was ardently welcomed by Dr. Sam.T. Kuruvilla, the Vice Principal of ICSK (Senior).

Niva Elna, supervisor-Senior Secondary in her introductory address exhorted the students to utilize the opportunities and apprised them of the various co- curricular activities specially designed for the holistic development of the children. The class teachers and joint class teachers introduced themselves to bridge the ridges between the teacher and the taught.

The Principal, Dr. V. Binumon in his interactive session, spurred the students on with words of inspiration tinged with advice on mind management and decision making. He pointed out to the students that in order to be successful, they need to be focused with a controlled mind, humble and empowered, to reach their goal. The students were encouraged to prepare and follow a proper methodology for achieving the academic goal.

The students were briefed on the course details along with sixth subject option provided by the school. He also acquainted them with the academic calendar of the school and the promotion policy as per the CBSE by-law.

The Orientation Program sent out a clear message to the students that it is imperative for them to work diligently and come up to the expected levels of competence with the support, guidance and encouragement of the dedicated faculty. It also enlightened them on time management, regularity to school, importance of planning, self-confidence and ill effects of procrastination.

Students were educated on the resources provided during this session that would support students in their academic vision and help them to make healthy social choices. The session outlined a framework for success that could be attained by setting standards and working hard to reach them.

The first and second sessions culminated with a Blessing ceremony followed by the vote of thanks by Abdul Rasheed, the program convenor and Sunish Mathew, faculty from English department respectively. In fact, the students along with their parents dispersed with a greater optimism and extended their gratitude to Dr. V.Binumon for the inspiring and informative session. The session not just motivated the children but also gave them pointers to life and thoughts to ponder over.

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