LOA An­nual Day cel­e­bra­tions

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Schools wait for this event for the whole year; stu­dents an­tic­i­pate the day; the teach­ers hold their breath for the day. The en­tire school works hard for this day. The An­nual Func­tion! An­tic­i­pa­tion, hard work, wait ... it all re­flected when In­dian Learn­ers Own Academy, Kuwait, cel­e­brated its mag­nif­i­cent and re­ver­ber­at­ing 6th An­nual Day with great pomp and fer­vor on Tues­day, 27th Septem­ber, 2016. The day at the school dis­played ex­cel­lence, high­light­ing aca­demic achieve­ments of the school.

Zeal was in the air and it was felt all over the school premises. The school ground was packed with stu­dents from all the sec­tions. The teach­ing staff, ad­min­is­tra­tive staff and par­ents were also present to cel­e­brate this day. The stu­dents dis­played an as­ton­ish­ing va­ri­ety of tal­ents by putting up a breath tak­ing cul­tural pro­gram that in­cluded dances, skits and songs.

LOA’s mu­si­cal en­sem­ble en­thralled the au­di­ence with the soul­ful ren­di­tion of the mu­sic com­posed es­pe­cially for the oc­ca­sion and then the or­ches­tra team per­formed, punc­tu­at­ing the evening with cap­ti­vat­ing ar­ray of tunes. The syn­chro­nized dance move­ments to the foot tap­ping mu­sic of ‘Athithi Devo Bhava’ en­thralled the au­di­ence.

Mrs Asha Sharma for­mally wel­comed the dig­ni­taries in an eco friendly way. The pro­gres­sive an­nual re­port was read by the Prin­ci­pal of the school, which was well sup­ported with the power point pre­sen­ta­tion. In her re­port she high­lighted the achieve­ments of the school and stu­dents in var­i­ous fields of ex­cel­lence. Dr Shobha-Vad­dadhi ap­pre­ci­ated the achieve­ments of the school dur­ing her speech. And then the high­light of the most-an­tic­i­pated day ... Prize Dis­tri­bu­tion!

Beam­ing faces were seen com­ing back from the stage as prizes were given away to mer­i­to­ri­ous and out­per­form­ing stu­dents by the guests of honor. Prizes were con­ferred to de­serv­ing stu­dents for their ex­cel­lence in ex­tracur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties, sports, cul­tural ac­tiv­i­ties etc. Mer­i­to­ri­ous stu­dents in aca­demics and ex­tra -cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties were fe­lic­i­tated.

The French depart­ment cel­e­brated the cul­ture, lan­guage and ethos of France by per­form­ing a skit in French. ‘Nritya Natika’, a dance drama was per­formed by the stu­dents un­der the guid­ance and lead­er­ship of the teach­ers of Hindi depart­ment. The stu­dents cap­ti­vated the au­di­ence with their mes­mer­iz­ing Ara­bic dance per­for­mance. A healthy mind lives in healthy body. Health is wealth. Such proverbs were ex­plained and por­trayed beau­ti­fully through an Aer­o­bic dance.

On this oc­ca­sion, 22 teach­ing and non-teach­ings staff mem­bers were fe­lic­i­tated for com­ple­tion of 5 years of their ded­i­cated ser­vice to the in­sti­tu­tion by Mr DK Sharma, the Chair­man of LOA. The events of the event­ful evening came to an end with the Vote of Thanks pro­posed by the Head Boy Shaikh Ay­men and Head Girl Merin Maliyeckel.

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