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IES holds The Award Nite
May 21, 2017, 10:06 am

‘The Award Nite’, a function of blue ribbon was organized by Indian Educational School, (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan)Kuwait on 19 May. The ceremony was a platform to acknowledge and appreciate the achievements of the ‘smart working’ students of IES. 

The Second Secretary, Embassy of India, Kuwait Sibi U.S, was the guest of honor for the evening. Also present at the event were, Chairman Bhavans Middle East, N. K. Ramachandran Menon, Principal of IES, T. Premkumar, Principal of SIS Kuwait, Mahesh Iyer, Principal of Jack & Jill Kuwait, Rathi Raveendran, vice principals and the chief administrators of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kuwait.

The evening of accolades commenced with a verse from the Holy Quran, followed by the Kuwait National Anthem. A prayer song and the school anthem was rendered by the school choir.  This was followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the guest of honor, Mr. Menon, Mr. Premkumar and Mr. Iyer. 

Deputy Head Girl, IES Kuwait welcomed the gathering.

During the award ceremony, seven child prodigies were presented with the scholar blazers, a token of appreciation for scoring the cumulative A1 in all subjects for three successive years. Thirty-One students received appreciation and recognition for their outstanding performance, securing the highest grade in their respective classes in the primary wing, and a cumulative grade of A1 in all subjects for middle and senior wing. Two promising speakers and Four Math Wizards from the primary school, who have proven their mettle time and again, were awarded ‘medals of honor and recognition’. A total of two hundred and twelve students were bestowed upon the awards of proficiency for their all-round ability in striking a phenomenal balance between academics and co-curricular activities.

The highlight of the night was the recipient of The Principal of the Principal Award. The auditorium reverberated with roaring applause as Mr. Premkumar received the award from Mr. Menon for his continuous support and encouragement. 

The chief guest then addressed the gathering, stressing on the need for one to dream and chase the dream till it is achieved. He emphasized on the importance of the roles of teachers and parents in the lives of children, and reminiscently added that school life is the best and most beautiful phase in anyone’s life. 

During the cultural extravaganza, the talented Tinsa Biju rendered a mellifluous Hindi bhajan and Diya Merin and Mrs. Shruthi (Faculty, Bhavans Rhythmscapes) danced gracefully in the pure Indian classical elegance. 

The evening ended with the vote of thanks proposed by Shiv Govind Dahima, the cultural secretary, IES Kuwait and the singing of the Indian National Anthem. The emcees for the day were Aliya Sageer and Amrita Menon.  

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