FAIPS (DPS) Hosts Award Ceremony

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Fahaheel Al Watanieh Indian Private School celebrated its Twenty-third Founder’s Day and Scholar Badge Function with gusto and pride on 29th November 2018. The occasion was graced by Mrs. Anju Dheman, Principal and the members of the staff.

It was indeed a proud moment when nearly 150 students were presented with scholar badges and a certificate, acknowledging their meritorious academic performance. Some of the students were presented with a Blue Tie or a Maroon Tie, a mark of veneration for consistent academic prowess for over five years. About 15 outgoing students, both from the CBSE and IGCSE curricula were awarded cash prizes as a recognition of their mettle. The Principal took the opportunity to revere the mentors as well, with cash awards for bringing forth outstanding results in Kuwait—both subject toppers and gaining the highest subject average percentage. Not only is academics of prime importance in FAIPS, but also the co-scholastics, deserving pupils received Honours in the field of sports and Fine Arts. The auditorium reverberated with the presence of proud parents as they were treated to a medley of dance, English Skit and music, showcasing the treasure trove of FAIPS. To commemorate Founder’s Day, the spectators were taken down memory lane where the school’s performance and achievements was encapsulated in a virtual time capsule, of the era that was, the existing present and the promising future. The live demonstration of the latest Sand Art form was the icing on the cake which left the audience spellbound.

The morning celebrations concluded with encouraging and congratulatory words from the Principal, and as the curtain descended every parent surely felt special to be part of such an elite congregation.

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