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Jabriya Indian School bids farewell to Class 12th students
March 8, 2015, 10:05 am

It was an evening of mixed emotions for all present at the Jabriya Indian School auditorium on 24th February 2015, to witness the official send off for the class XII students at the valedictory ceremony 2015. The ambience of farewell resonated with the dignitaries being escorted to the auditorium.

The Chief Guest was His Excellency, the Ambassador of India to Kuwait, Mr. Sunil Jain, whose presence was of great honour and inspiration. The ceremony, an awe inspiring sight, commenced with an impeccable procession of the class XII students, who walked in solemnly to take their seats, was truly befitting.

The programme began with recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by the National anthems. The School Principal, Dr. Shobha Vaddadhi, warmly greeted and welcomed the guests, The Chief Guest, His Excellency, Mr Sunil Jain, His Excellency’s wife ,Dr Gargi Jain, The school Chairman, Mr M Mathews, The school Manager, Mr D K Sharma and Sousan Khalil, from the private education.

The Principal’s  speech relating to the parameters on exemplary excellence was priceless indeed for the budding students. The school Chairman, Mr M Mathews declared,’ The Best Outgoing Student’, award. He declared and awarded certificate and gold medal to the best outgoing student, Olivia Azavedo.

The distribution of the course completion certificates were received by the scholarly students in their graduating robes. Dr Gargi Jain, his excellency’s wife presented certificates and medals to the class XII students of 2013-2014 batch, for securing 90% and above in the class XII examanition by the AIM association. Olivia Azavedo was declared,” The Pearl of JIS”, for her vibrant performance in the cultural activities.

To add colour and vibrancy to the programme, there was the smartly turned out school choir, who presented melodious songs sung in unison, and the popular event of the evening was the Kathak dance, depicting clearly the Indian art forms, truly ethnic.

The speeches of the Head boy and Head girl, was filled with gratitude and emotion as they recollected their wonderful days at JIS.  In his valedictory address, the Chief Guest expressed the wide options in career available for each student to be their best.

The Management, Principal, Vice-Principals and the Staff wished the children all the best to conquer the peaks and bring laurels to everyone around them. It was indeed a day to be cherished by one and all as it was a hallmark of joy and solemnness.

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