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JIS holds Investiture ceremony
October 2, 2014, 10:21 am
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The investiture ceremony of Jabriya Indian School was held at Marina Hall, Abbasiya. The solemn ceremony was graced by Chief Guest, Abdullah Al Basri, General Manager, Ministry of Private Education, the distinguished guests, and the newly elected council members.

The ceremony started with the Islamic prayer. The Chief Guest, Abdulla Al-Basri lit the lamp of knowledge. He was accompanied by the School Chairman, .M.Mathews, School Principal, Dr. Shobha Vaddadhi and the two Vice-Principals Mary Joseph and Anand Kumar Shah.

Principal Dr.Shobha Vaddadhi welcomed the gathering and thanked the guests for their magnanimity in lending their support to the occasion.

The highlight of the day was the badge ceremony whereby, the formal induction of the student council members took place. The elected students were presented the badges with their respective designations. The Principal administered the oath of office and the student council members reciprocated actively.

The various dances performed by the students enthralled the audience. The inauguration of the scouts programme was yet another important feature of the ceremony. It was a proud moment to see the scout students, march with confidence and to the beat of the drums.

Students were awarded certificates and scholar tie for their commendable performance in academics and keeping the flag of school high. Quran recitation Award was given to the three toppers of each grade. Chairman’s Scholarship Award was specially accorded to all the students of 12th CBSE who scored 85% and above in commerce stream and 90% and above in science stream.

The meritorious students who topped the 12th board examination were awarded medals and certificates for their accomplishments. The students who got cent percent in all the subjects in the 10thboard examination were also honoured. The chief guest, Abdullah Al-Basri, in his speech congratulated the newly elected council members and asked them to lead the way and take the school to reach the pinnacle.

The audience who included the proud parents of the elected students and a galaxy of dignitaries were entertained by the school choir with their beautiful songs. The ceremony came to an end with the head boy and the head girl proposing the vote of thanks for providing a platform to develop the qualities of leadership.

 

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