Bhavans wins Hat Trick, Lifts the Crown of Xpressions -2018

Monday, November 19, 2018

Amidst thunderous applause and cheers, the gifted Bhavanites lifted the overall champions’ crown of Xpressions-2018. Sheer hard work, and matchless dedication of the young artistes, fervently supported by the committed staff members of IES, won the title of this one day glittering cultural extravaganza, Xpressions with the theme ‘youth’, organized by the Indian English Academy School, Kuwait on November 10, 2018.





The inter-school fest Xpressions welcomed over 400 talented students from most of the renowned Indian schools, who proved their prowess in a myriad of stimulating contests. This amazing triumph over 14 schools with 277 points, winning prizes in 18 out of the 32 events, will be scripted in the history of Bhavans in golden letters.





The performance mirrored the enthusiastic endeavor and exemplary excellence of Bhavanites. Creating success history is no wonder anew for Bhavanites! Success has been a habit of Bhavans because of the constant efforts, and the unstinting support and guidance by the management.



Anchoring excellence in Xpressions 2018, the fourth time in succession, Bhavanites stand testimony to their indefatigable spirit, and resonate the mantra “Excellence is not an act, but a habit”. Mr. N. K Ramachandran Menon, Chairman, Bhavans, Middle East and Mr. T. Premkumar, the principal of IES, lavished praises on the proud Bhavanites who made their shrine of learning proud, by holding tight the championship trophy, yet again.



They also extolled the efforts of the staff, the school coordinators of the event Mrs. Pushpalatha (Department of English) and Mrs. Marie Syril Trina (Department of French), and in a very special way, the exceptionally talented faculty of Rhythms capes, the cultural wing of Bhavans, Kuwait, who have been consistently taking performing arts to the zenith of perfection with their passion for originality, and artistic splendor, winning public plaudits every time.





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Sarah Ahmed
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Soumya is very right. Just on this page you find the ICSK athletic championship an event speaking about their triumph. So many schools conducted CBSE cluster tournaments here in Kuwait and how many reports dis those school principals write and do a press release? Reason is that their schools may not have won and they don''t deem it fit to appreciate the success of other school teams. While we were in Dubai, you should see the reports from the Indian Schools there about the CBSE sports meets, training session for the staff etc in all the leading newspapers. After coming to Kuwait, we miss all that as most schools are " Education Shops" of Education Hypermarkets" and nothing more. Hope things will improve one day though some schools claim 50 + years of existence but not seen any tangible progress at least in their mindsets.

Sarah

Soumya
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Kudos to the most talented troup of Bhavans and their gurus. Surprising how Don Bosco school the organizers of this mega event haven''t bothered to write a press report !! Organizing schools have the moral responsibility to report such events and appreciate the teams that took part not just the winners. Recently Carmel school had their Golden fest where again the Bhavanites were the champions and till date Carmel school hasn''t sent a report of their event. It is only when their school kids do well these schools write a report and that is sad. The leadership of the schools have a great role in such matters and hope this suggestions is taken seriously in the interest of all schools.

Soumya

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