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ICSK – Junior hosts virtual investiture ceremony

KUWAIT: The Investiture Ceremony is a proud moment for a school, and if with changing times it is on a virtual platform, it is much more innovative. It signifies the belief and poise that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Despite the widespread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the indomitable spirit of young talented leaders of ICSK-Junior was commemorated by means of a Virtual Investiture Ceremony on September 21, 2020.

The honorable Chief Guest Arul Dharma Raj Thomas – Principal Integrated Indian School, graced the occasion with his presence. A garland of motivational words were delivered by the esteemed guest. In his address, the chief guest congratulated the newly appointed Student Council. Further, he laid emphasis on team spirit and the role of a leader by quoting an incident from the life of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. The dignitaries for this grand occasion were the principals, vice principals, deputy vice principals of the various branches of ICSK in Kuwait, management, parents, teachers and students.

In this unique virtual dais, the deserving young senate members were formally bestowed with the responsibility of leading their school with commitment, confidence and competence. It was a very proud moment for the senate elect as the badges were invested upon them by their worthy parents.

Sherly Dennis, Principal-ICSK Junior, administered the oath of office, where the newly invested senate pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. She congratulated the newly appointed Student Council and their preparedness to take up responsibilities entrusted onto them. She also advised them to carry forth their responsibilities with sincerity and dedication.

In her address, the principal graciously thanked the chief guest and all the invited guests for their benign presence, to bless the occasion. Special words of appreciation were extended to the parent community, teachers and staff who have always been a helping hand and strong support to the school fraternity.

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