Mangaluru: Shepherds’ International Academy holds Graduation Day

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Mangaluru, Apr 7: The most awaited, the Shepherds’ Mont-3 Graduation Day was celebrated with great zeal and fun on March 29 at the premises of The Shepherds’ International Academy in Vaslane. The event was graced by the School Chairman Mohammed Nisar and the chief guest Dr Syed Habeeb, the international leadership coach. The occasion was also graced by the CAO Hasan Yusuf and the vice-principal Asma Syed.

The tiny tots looking beautiful in their graduation robes and caps, marched on the red carpet. Their smiling faces were sparkled at the sight of their applauding moms, dads, grandparents, family and friends.

The chief guest and the chairman addressed the gathering with their motivating words and enlightened them. Each and every confident graduate participated in speaking few lines on stage and enthralled the gathering. They were awarded with graduation certificates.

The blossoming blooms of Mont-3 sang few graduation songs. A very emotional song was sung by Mont-2 kids as an honour for the graduating children.

Principal Asma Syed, teachers Preeti Shenoy and Sajida Fathima encouraged the graduates and the parents with their emotional talks. Lubaina convened the programmne. Another show stopper was the PPT presentation that exhibited Mont-3 students day to day learning routines.


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