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ILOA marks its 8th Annual Day in grand style
October 21, 2018, 12:06 pm

Indian Learner’s Own Academy (ILOA) celebrated its 8th Annual day with unprecedented fanfare on 22 September on the school premises. The celebrations were filled with music, dazzling dances and hues of color amidst great zest, and elation. The event unfolded with a recital from the Holy Quran followed by the national anthems of Kuwait and India. The august gathering was welcomed by the ILOA school choir with a melodious song ‘Swagatham’, which was followed by the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony.

Principal Asha Sharma extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries and read out the annual report highlighting the achievements of the students in academics and co-curricular activities in the academic year 2017-18, which included the Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Award for the Best Principal and Best Students of ILOA.

The release of the much-awaited school journal 'Quest' added élan to the function. It was a moment of pride when the students were awarded prizes for their scholastic and co-scholastic achievements, amid thunderous applause from the audience. After the prize distribution, Mr. Kapadia and Mr. Titus addressed the gathering.

On this occasion, 12 staff members were felicitated for completion of 5 years of their dedicated service to the institution. Students performed with vigor and enthusiasm on stage, and the gathering applauded their skills and talent. The dancers with colorful props danced to energetic and tuneful songs. The program ended with a fervent dance drama. The function concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by the school Head Boy Rajat Dang and Head Girl Adorna.

The exhilarating show provided an unforgettable experience and was a spectacular display of talent.



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