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Smart Indian school holds inauguration ceremony
October 13, 2016, 1:34 pm
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Smart Indian school held its inauguration ceremony on 6 October. Eminent personalities including Ambassador of India to Kuwait, H. E. Sunil Jain and senior scientist from CSIR, Government of India, Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan were welcomed by the students with a bouquet.

The event commenced with the recital of the Holy Quran. This was then followed by the invocation dance and a musical rendition by the teachers of Indian Educational School, Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan, Kuwait.

Principal of IES, Mr. Premkumar introduced Mahesh Iyer, the Principal of Smart Indian School, and welcomed all the dignitaries. He strengthened on the importance of listening to the children and highlighted the role played by the parents in the upbringing of their children. H. E. Sunil Jain, highly appreciated the Chairman of Bhavans Middle East N.K Ramachandran Menon for setting up another landmark in the history of Bhavans. He expressed his full confidence that SIS will reach greater heights under the charismatic leadership of Mr. Iyer.

The Senior Vice Principal of IES, Suresh V Balakrishnan further reinforced that this change of learning is going to do wonders and bring a favorable change in the learning process. The Vice Principal of IES Kg and Primary sections Lalitha Premkumar, further reinstated the fact, that the opening of SIS is an added feather to the crown of Bhavans Middle East and wished the staff members glorious years of success.

The guest of honor, Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan, gave an eye opening discourse of leading a meaningful and positive life. He stressed on the importance of imparting values of empathy in our children and to lead a useful life. He inculcated the Indian value system and ideal parenting.

The ceremony ended on a cheerful note with a vote of thanks from the Vice Principal of SIS, Marie Christiane followed by the Indian National Anthem.

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