MES bids adieu to Class 12 students Feb 18, 2019 0 908 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaMES Indian School hosted a glittering ceremony on its campus to bid farewell to its current batch of Class XII students on February 16. The outgoing students of the academic year 2018-19 along with school officials comprising teaching staff took part in the impressive function that marked the culmination of schooling for these students. Although the overriding tone of the occasion was festive, there was an undercurrent of nostalgia and sadness, as the students fondly recounted their most cherished moments on the campus and expressed their overwhelming sense of gratitude towards the institution for imparting knowledge and discipline.Student representatives Syed Mohammad Raza Haider and Clairin C Rolland spoke eloquently underlining the significant role played by the school, and the valuable contributions and lasting impact the teachers had made by way of promoting a positive environment in the school.“As you are in the threshold of facing realities of the world, be dignified in your action, adorn noble qualities of trustworthiness and piety and exercise utmost respect to elders and parents,” urged K. Abdul Karim, President officiating, MES Governing Board. “With determination and perseverance, you can accomplish your dream of life, utilizing the unlimited talents and potential coupled with the knowledge and skills imparted at the school. You can lead a life worthy of emulation,” said A.P Khaleel, Director, Cultural/Co-Curricular Activities, MES Governing Board.Hameeda Kadar, the school’s principal, announced the names of the best outgoing students. She urged the students to face the world confidently and give preference to parents over gadgets and friends, as parents have brought them to this stage after sacrificing so much. Pages 1234567 RELATED ARTICLES An expatriate’s dream to display his Quranic art work in Islamic Museum, enter Guinness records Feb 18, 2019 0 631 Doha College becomes member of globally renowned IAPS group Feb 18, 2019 0 270 ‘Spell Bee’ contest tests vocabulory of pupils Feb 18, 2019 0 409 ‘Follow the traffic rules and be safe as ‘know safety’ means no accident’ A special assembly on ‘Traffic Safety’ awareness was conducted by the students of Grades 6, 7 and 8 of Olive International School, Umm Salal Ali campus, on February13. The assembly highlighted the importance of safety on .. Tips for students and parents to get ready for examinations Tribune News Network Doha It’s that time of the year when students and their parents are having anxious time. Just a month before the CBSE board exams start, they must be equipped with certain skills and aptitude to face the ..