Muscat: Indian School Sur conducted the investiture ceremony of the elected school council for the academic year on May 10, 2023, with great zeal and enthusiasm. The ceremony was a celebration of leadership and a commitment to cultivating and nurturing the next generation of responsible and visionary leaders. The ceremony commenced with an invocation seeking the blessings of the divine, as presented by the school choir team.
Miss. Insha Kamran of class X delivered the welcome address, followed by the presentation of the school flag by the school principal, Dr. S. Srinivasan, to Mast. Mohammed Zaki, Head Boy, and Miss Keerthana C.S, Head Girl. Subsequently, the house masters presented the house flags to the boy captains, and the house mistresses gave the placards to the girl captains of all four houses.
Mr Jami Srinivas Rao, President of the SMC, conferred the sashes and badges upon the school council members. Mr. Rao, in his address, said that by working together, the stakeholders, along with the school’s student council, have an opportunity to positively impact the school community and leave a lasting legacy that future generations of students can be proud of. He also emphasized that the school council is not just a platform for personal achievement or recognition but a genuine opportunity to make a difference in the lives of fellow students.
Convener of the School Management Committee Adv. T.P. Saeed, Members Mr Shabeeb Mohammed and Mrs. Nishreen attended the ceremony.
The oath-taking ceremony of the prefectural council was administered and led by the principal, Dr. S. Srinivasan. After the oath-taking, the school choir team delivered a captivating rendition of the song “I Have a Dream” by Abba. Mast. Mohammed Zaki, Head Boy, delivered an induction speech, followed by an acceptance speech by Miss. Keerthana C.S, Head Girl. The prefectural heads pledged to lead the school, setting an example and bringing out the best in others.
Miss. Karis Stafrina of class ten presented the vote of thanks for the program, followed by a photo session of the prefectural council, house in-charges, and other office bearers of the school.