Indian School Sur celebrated the 52nd National Oman Day on Monday, the 21st of November. The meeting was graced with the presence of Mr Mohamed Ali Musallah Al Alawi, Section Head, Department of Lands, MOE, Sur. Mr. Jami Srinivas Rao and Mr. Pradeep Kumar A V, members of the School Management Committee, joined the Chief Guest. It was a memorable moment for students of Indian School Sur to reminisce about the New Renaissance and its illustrious rule under His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik, who underlined his ongoing efforts to elevate Oman’s contemporary cultural and economic position as well as his desire to turn Omani citizens into genuine stakeholders in their nation’s holistic development. The programme began with invoking the almighty, followed by a brief description of the history of modern Oman.

The day was enthralled with the Arabic news, National Day Special Quiz, Arabic Group song and Indian Folk Group dance. The stage was mesmerized by the dance performance of the students of Sur Sahil School and Al Aija School. With great excitement and eagerness, the Chief Guest unveiled the School Exhibition Logo STEAM SUR ’22, to be held on December 8th, triggering the first official announcement of the School Exhibition. The whole school rejoiced in unending happiness when the Chief Guest gave the Land records paper granting permission from the Ministry of Education to construct a School Playground to the Principal and the management committee members of Indian School Sur. On rejoicing in the advent of this great occasion, the students and teachers decorated the School with Omani national flags and banners. It was one of those occasions in which the hearts flutter with joy at its arrival and the feelings of pride rise as its whiffs approach. The students were awarded certificates for various CCA and Sports events for meritorious performance by the Chief Guest. Dr S Srinivasan, Principal of Indian School Sur, thanked the Chief Guest, shared the message of love, and advised the students to uphold goodness and gratitude throughout their careers. He wished all the students, teachers and staff members a happy 52nd National Oman Day and acknowledged the country with gratitude for being a pedestal for the expatriate community. The programme concluded with reciting the national anthem of both Oman and India, followed by a vote of thanks delivered by class 7th Student Ms Khushi Bhatia and the distribution of sweets.

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