Indoor Games Court inaugurated at ASIS
“Never say never, because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion.” Michael Jordan. To facilitate training and fostering sport spirit on widely played and viewed sport, the refurbished Indoor Basketball Court was inaugurated at Al Saad Indian School on October 28,2022 by the honorable chief guest, Mrs. Sudha Ramachandran, the First Lady of Bhavans in the Middle East. The occasion was aggrandized by the warm presence of honorable Vice Chairman Mr.Sooraj Ramachandran, beloved Director, CA. Divya Rajesh Ramachandran, Principal, Dr.Bhavna Gupta and Vice Principal, Mr.Thomas Francis. They have always been at the vanguard to extol achievements and brio of young and dynamic Bhavanites and have been providing ample opportunities to students for sizing their competitive spirit up.
The grand indoor court that houses a world standard basketball court along with three Badminton courts was inaugurated by the First Lady as she cut the ceremonial red ribbon. The much awaited function was truly an inspiring experience and the presence of the Vice Chairman, CA. Sooraj Ramachandran, added to its brilliant vibe. The dignitaries addressed the gathering and conveyed best wishes to Physical Education instructors and students.
The Vice Chairman explained that the quote “ Better Late Than Never ” was a classic application to the Al Saad Indoor Games Court as this was a long cherished dream that was stalled because of the Covid and many reasons that need to be overlooked now. What was important was the challenge presented to the Physical Education Department to train and churn out champions. The Principal, Dr. Bhavna Gupta reminded the children that Bhavans as an institution always believed in excellence in academics and extra curricular activities for a whole rounded development of a child. The addition of the court to the already grand football field would take the mission of the school forward by encouraging a healthy and fit body. The Director CA Divya Rajesh Ramachandran hoped that the facilities would give the students and staff some wonderful experiences of dedicated learning, motivated perseverance and comittted sportsmanship. Bhavans at Al Ain would aim to create champions who live and love the game. The eminent guests exhibited their verve and unparallel ebullience by inaugurating the badminton court, with the first serve by the First Lady and a game that equalled at “ 1 All ” between her two children. The leaders also inaugurated the Basket Ball Court with well attempted throws – some successful and some not- thereby depicting the true spirit of any game – It does not greatly matter if you win or lose – courage is in trying. The Indoor Games Court at Al Saad Indian School, Al Ain buzzed into life as the students and teachers all took to the court to channel their sporting spirit.