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Indian School Salalah celebrated India’s 70th Independence Day in the school premises to pay tribute and remember all the freedom fighters who had contributed a lot and fought for the Independence of India.

The celebration began with a prayer song seeking the blessing of the Almighty, which was then followed by a welcome address by Saman of class VIII. The guests Mr. & Mrs C. M. Najeeb were welcomed with a bouquet of flowers. Mr. S. Ram Santhanam, the President of the school management committee, the esteemed members of the SMC, the parent task force members, former members of SMC, Mr. Manpreet Singh, Chairman, Indian Social Club, executive members of Indian Social club graced the occasion with their presence. chief guest of the day Mr. C. M. Najeeb - Vice – Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman-Director incharge of Indian School Salalah and Mr.S. Ram Santhanam, President of the school management committee escorted by Principal Mr.T.R.Brown hoisted the National Flag in the KG Block ground which was followed by the singing of the National Anthem. A salute of honour was given by the scouts and guides unit of Indian School Salalah. This filled the heart of everyone with true patriotic spirit and pride. The choir group of class VIII filled the air with their melodious and powerful singing which drenched every one into the colours of patriotism. The students of primary section came up with an enthralling mime, giving the message of brotherhood and peace.

Miss Sara Shahab from class VIII and PavitraManoj along with Sandrine Sara delivered their speeches in Hindi and in English respectively, on this auspicious occasion. They in their speeches glorified India and gave tribute to the freedom fighters and emphasized on the peace and harmony among the nations and within the country.

The entertainment segment included songs and skits performed by the primary and middle school students. Patriotic songs and skits based on the importance of unity among people were well received and appreciated. Girls and boys danced to the patriotic songs, making the day vibrant.

Awards were given away to the students who excelled in SAI group inter school poster and essay competition by the chief guest Mr. C. M. Najeeb - Vice – Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman. Indian School Salalah was the venue for Dhofar region in organizing SAI poster and essay competition and Principal Mr.T.R.Brown was honoured with a memento for organizing the event. Master Chris Anto of class 10 bagged the Global Energy award for Oman chapter on the project titled ‘heal the world’ by Energy Globe foundation and he was honoured by the chief guest with the award. Energy Globe foundation also awarded the Indian School Salalah with a certificate of appreciation for creating a good environmental awareness and Principal Mr.T.R. Brown was awarded the certificate of appreciation by the chief guest, Mr.C.M.Najeeb.

 On this auspicious occasion the Indian School Salalah was extremely happy and grateful to Mr. Harindar Lamba , CEO - Fashion Apparel L.L.C, who donated a sum of four thousand Omani riyals towards the welfare of the school.

Mr. Ram Santhanam- President, SMC Indian School Salalah addressed the gathering on this historical day. He in his speech talked about the importance of the day and exhorted one and all to be at the service of the homeland. He also spoke about glory of India and how India today has reached pinnacles of success form and has overcome the image of the land of snake charmers. He said “we should work together, walk together and progress together”. On this great occasion he also paid tribute to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and remembered his contribution in making India a superpower.

Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya, Member, SMC and Chairman, CCA Committee, who introduced the chief guest, Mr. C. M. Najeeb to the august gathering made a special mention of his experience, recognition, education and qualification, the prestigious institutions he studied. The Chief Guest of the day Mr. C. M. Najeeb - Vice – Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman addressed the gathering. In his speech he emphasized that the students must work hard for the better India. It is their moral responsibility to lead the county to become a developed nation. He invoked students to be part of renewal of India, in terms of scientific development, political changes and so on. He further added that the children are the true hope who are going to uplift the nation and place the nation on the forefront of the world. He talked about brining harmony within oneself and then making the world a peaceful place to live in. Mr. C. M. Najeeb time and again touched upon the importance of moral values and said that the moral values are the most important factors for any successful person. He summoned teachers to become the custodians of Moral values and requested  them to nurture moral values among children

The pride of being an Indian wafted in the atmosphere giving it a pleasant ambience. Miss Pragati   of Class VIII proposed the vote of thanks. Following the directives from the CBSE as part of Independence day celebration, the school also had organized tree plantation programme. The Chief Guest of the day Mr. C. M. Najeeb - Vice – Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman Mr. Ram Santhanam- the President SMC Indian School Salalah and  special invitee Mr. Hamdan Rashid Al Rushaidi planted the saplings and contributed in making the world a greener place for the future generation. After the tree plantation drive, the chief guest of the day Mr. C. M. Najeeb - Vice – Chairman, Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman, inaugurated the renovated First Aid room, which had been constructed with full fledged latest facilities according to the directives of Ministry of Health, Oman. After the inauguration, the dignitaries and guests visited the school auditorium, where there was a display of the  rangoli and collage done by the students for the inter house competition held on 14th August as part of CCA fest.

Mr. Ram Santhanam- the President SMC Indian School Salalah, esteemed members of the SMC, Principal Mr. T.R Brown, Vice Principal Mrs. Omana Mathews and AVP Mr Srinivasan congratulated the students for their remarkable contribution and wished everyone a very happy Independence Day. The gathering dispersed after the distribution of sweets.  

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