Ideal Indian School celebrates 33rd Annual Day
13 Nov 2017 - 11:00
Ideal Indian School celebrated its 33rd Annual Day with a lot of colour and gaiety showcasing the magnificent cultural performance by the Kindergarten students and Juniors.
Hemant Kumar Dwivedi, Indian Embassy First Secretary, graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
Hamad Mohammed Al-Ghali, Director of Private School Licensing Department, Ministry of Education; Faisal Abdul Hameed Al Mudahka, Editor in Chief, Gulf Times; Capt Shaheen Rashid Al Atheeq, Head of Media and Awareness - Juvenile Police Department and K T Chacko Deputy Managing Editor, Gulf Times, were the Guests of Honour.
School President Dr. Hassan Kunhi M P; Syed Shoukath Ali, Principal, and Heads of Section were present on the occasion.
In his keynote address, Hemant Kumar Dwivedi lauded effort and the responsibility taken by IIS for selfless service towards the education and congratulated the school on behalf on Indian Embassy.
In his speech, Faisal Abdul Hameed Al Mudahka commended on the years of old relationship between India and Qatar.
He urged the students to use education as a tool how on to live and not to limit their thought and vision.
Addressing the gathering, Capt Al Atheeq lauded the efforts put in by the students, staff and the management in maintaining a high standard of education.
Chacko also congratulated the management, staff and students of IIS for the remarkable achievements in various areas.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Hassan Kunhi M P said that Ideal Indian School is in the forefront to provide high standard of education for the students.
Principal Syed Shoukath Ali presented the Annual Report. He said that the school has set standards and goals in the area of academics, sports, events, discipline, leadership, management systems and more.
The Annual Day at Ideal Indian School is also an occasion to honour the students for their outstanding performance at CBSE examinations every year.
Gold and Silver medals were awarded to the school rank holders and individual subject toppers in classes 10 and 12 examinations held in March 2017.
The school staff completing their 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of dedicated services to the school were also felicitated on the occasion. A large number of students and parents turned out to witness the evening.