IES Organises ‘Shubhashish’ to Bid Adieu to Its Outgoing Batch

IES Organises ‘Shubhashish’ to Bid Adieu to Its Outgoing Batch

The glorious event held in the school auditorium triggered the zeal and the vigour of a tradition

‘A Tree is known by its fruit,’ in much the same, Bhavans Indian Education School, Kuwait is known by the competent bhavanites who emanate the values imbibed in their pursuit of passion and fame. IES witnessed yet another day filled with blended emotions as it grandly organized ‘Shubhashish 2022’, a farewell function for the outgoing batch of grade 12, on April 16, 2022. The glorious event held in the school auditorium triggered the zeal and the vigour of a tradition as mixed emotions whirled in the air, bringing nostalgic moments alive in their minds.

The event began at 9.30 a.m. as the cynosures of the day were welcomed by the emcees of the day, Ms. Athira Pratap and Ms. Aliuska Fernandez. They were warmly greeted by the parents and the teachers with beaming smiles on their faces, thunderous applause, and a standing ovation. The programme rolled on with a prayer song by Mr. Sunil Kumar Menon, Head of the Department of Sanskrit, invoking the choicest blessings of the Almighty. Ms. Asha Ebey Samuel, the event coordinator and the Head of the Department of Computer Science, welcomed the august gathering and appreciated the students for their patience and courage displayed to cope with all odds in the face of adversity.

Mr. N. K. Ramachandran Menon, Chairman, Bhavans Middle East, wished the students good luck in all their future endeavours and reminded their responsibility towards their parents. He advised the students that they should not ignore the feelings and dreams of their parents. They should always be in touch with the feelings of their parents, grow with them, support them, and make them feel proud by living up to their trust. Mr. T. Premkumar, Principal, IES, expressed his gratitude to the parent community, the teaching fraternity and the students for their endurance and support in the testing times of the ongoing pandemic. In his message, he wished the students with all good prospects and reminded them that laziness should be their worst enemy and hard work must be their best friend. He reiterated that they must make excellence a habit by embracing commitment, competence, and compassion along with discipline, dedication, determination, and devotion, to attain success. Ms. Meenakshi Nayyar, Vice Principal, Senior Wing, expressed her best wishes to the students and reminded them in the pursuit of their goal they should not wait for opportunities instead grab the opportunities that come on their way. Mr. Binoy Mathew, the Vice Principal, middle wing, while wishing good luck to the students reminded the students to uphold the ethics and morals they have learnt from this temple of learning and requested them to be role models who would discharge their duties diligently and with integrity.

IES Organises ‘Shubhashish’ to Bid Adieu to Its Outgoing Batch
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The class representatives, Abhishekh Jayaprakash of 12A, Vismaya Vadana Ullasa of 12B, Sharon Mathew of 12C, Devi Nandana P.D. of 12 D, Aaryan Mickey Zacharia of 12E and Jerome John Thomas of 12 F, on behalf of their classmates, expressed their deep emotions etched in their minds and added that it was the strenuous effort of the teachers and the indefatigable support of their parents that enabled them to soar high. The representative from the parent community, Mrs. Suchitra Sen, mother of Devnarayan Jiju of grade 12 shared her pleasant and rewarding experiences of being associated with Bhavans for almost 14 years and expressed on behalf of everyone the heartfelt gratitude to the entire Bhavans family for shaping their wards into fine human beings. She concluded her speech by emphatically stating that the parent community of Bhavans has never regretted the choice that they made for their children.

Mr. T. Premkumar, Principal, IES, lifted the spirits of Bhavanites by dedicating a solemn oath in the form of a prayer. Lighted candles were passed to all the children that symbolized a reassurance of a bright and promising future. The unveiling of the class photographs by the Principal, Vice Principals, and the class representatives was yet another highlight of the day reminiscing the students on the prized moment of their school life. The students then received their admit cards and mementos from the Chairman and the Principal. Thus, the day let the students take a stroll down memory lane capturing the best moments of their lives spent at IES.

The programme came to an end with the vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Samuel Hanimod, the subject coordinator of the Department of Commerce. Indisputably, the further journey of the Bhavanites will leave a perpetual mark on the sands of time as they aspire, excel, and fulfil their noble dreams with a resolute spirit arrayed in modesty and simplicity continuing to live up to the ideals of their alma mater.

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