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ISB celebrates Punjabi Divas

ISB celebrates Punjabi Divas The Indian School Bahrain (ISB) Punjabi Language Department celebrated Punjabi Divas 2018 in vibrant colours on Monday 15 January 2018. The programme was inaugurated by Chief Guest community leader Kamaljit Chauhan and K.E Kanoo Vice President K.N Singh in the presence of ISB EC Member Mohammad Khursheed Alam, Principal VR Palaniswamy, vice-principals and staff. In his speech Kamaljit Chauhan highlighted the contribution of Punjab and Punjabi Language in different fields of our country. He appreciated the efforts rendered by the students and teachers to make Punjabi Day programme a success. The Guest of Honour K.N. Singh wished all the students and the audience the very best of the Punjabi Day. EC Member Khursheed Alam wished all the students and explained the literary contribution of Punjabi Language. The programme started with the National Anthem of Bahrain and India and school prayer followed by the recitation from Qur’an and Guru Granth Sahib. Prayer of Shabad was performed by the students followed by the lighting of Lamp. Punjabi Teacher Rewa Rani welcomed the gathering. Trophies and certificates were awarded to all winners of different competitions. Vote of thanks was proposed by ISB teacher Parminder Kaur. This was the grand finale of the week-long celebrations when many competitions were organised for the Punjabi Third Language students. The main competitions were in Hand Writing, picture composition and poem recitation. Apart from competitions there were lots of variety programmes such as Punjabi ‘Gidda’ dance, Punjabi Poem, Punjabi Songs and Punjabi ‘Bhangra’ Dance. The students of classes VI to X presented a skit on Army Day of India named ‘ Veer Jawan’ displaying the bravery our soldiers. A grand presentation about Punjab was given by students of classes X and XI. The Indian School Kingdom of Bahrain

19 JAN 2018, ISB
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The Indian School is a CBSE affiliated school located in Bahrain. It was founded in the year 1950. The Indian School, Bahrain has around 12,000 students and is one of the largest co-ed schools in the Gulf.