Amantraya, the poignant blessing ceremony is an occasion filled with mixed feelings, emotions, joys of achievement and tears of separation. The Indian Community School Kuwait, Amman, bid farewell to the outgoing batch of class 10 students of the academic year 2022-23 on 29th January.
The programme was organized and presented by the teachers and students of class 9. Amantraya commenced with the recitation of the Holy Quran. Following that, Principal Mr. Rajesh Nair, Vice Principal Dr. Mary Isaac, Supervisor of the secondary section Mrs. Sumitra Nandakumar and all the class teachers of class 10 lit the lamp spreading the aura of peace and tranquility.
The Vice President of the student Senate warmly welcomed the gathering. The children of primary and secondary took the stage by storm with their dance performances and sang songs which entertained and enthralled everyone. A short peak into the year of class 10 with an audio-visual presentation took back everyone through the indelible moments of their school life.
The supervisors from Intermediate and secondary sections and the class teachers of class 10 gave their best wishes and blessings to the outgoing batch through their inspirational words.
Principal Mr. Rajesh Nair delivered the key note address to the students. Vice Principal Dr. Mary Isaac also addressed the gathering and wished the students well. Their motivational words urged the children to surge ahead with hard work, optimism and cheerfulness. They also advised the children to hold all their teachers, past, present and future in high esteem.
A few students of the outgoing batch of 2022-23 reminisced upon their most memorable and awesome moments of their Alma mater that moved everyone.
The Principal then distributed awards of merit in various categories and mementos were handed over to all the outgoing children. Drawing the event to the close was the vote of thanks by the President of the student senate. ‘Amantraya’ ended with the customary blessings from the Principal, Vice-Principal and all the teachers wishing the children all the very best for their bright future.