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SIS spurs leadership with Investiture Ceremony
May 13, 2017, 3:59 pm
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Bhavan’s Smart Indian School (SIS) held its Investiture ceremony  on Thursday, 4 May with the Chief Guests of the function Mohammad Dashti – Inspector for English Schools (KG and Primary) , Ali Johar and Mr. Nabil Gomaa – Inspectors of Private Education and the Guests of Honor Prem Kumar - the Principal, Indian Educational School together with SIS Public Relations Officer: Saleh Al Rashedi in the auditorium. The flag bearers and the council members  paraded smartly into the school auditorium to the beat of the school band.
 
The SIS anthem was sung by the school choir marking the inaugural opening of the same during this first and foremost function of the year. The emcees for the program were Joshua and Salwa from 7 Aries. The solemn moment arrived when the student council members marched onto the stage to receive the badges and the sashes followed by the flag altercation ceremony. The oath taking by the council along with the prefects of all classes was radiant as the Principal Mahesh Iyer articulated it to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted to them.
 
The head boy Master Sambhav Jain and the head girl Jemimah Ann George spoke about their aims, aspirations and the ideals that they hold dear as they addressed the assembly and spoke eloquently on leadership qualities. The award ceremony was part of the Investiture that honored the academic tradition where the proficiency holders and the NMO gold medalists and the Math wizards  of 2016-2017 were awarded with medals and certificates.
 
Speaking on the occasion, Mohammad Dashti, Inspector for Private Schools wished the newly appointed council members best of luck and appreciated the marching  that wore the brilliant academic regalia of the Institution and he honored this outstanding school and the critical role it plays in the lives of the students and the community.
 
The vote of thanks was proposed by the Student Editor Master Andrew Rodrigues addressing all the hands who were part and parcel, the heart and soul of this program execution. It was truly a memorable occasion for the young leaders as they looked forward to a new, eventful and enriching academic year.  
 
                                        
 
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