Doha: ICC Student Forum celebrates Children’s Day

Media Release

Doha, Nov 22: ICC student Forum organized its first in-person meet to celebrate Children’s Day on November 18, 2021 with a patriotic and children’s dream-world theme. Keeping Covid-19 guidelines in mind, the event was well attended by participating by members of ICC Forum students, parents, teachers, and the Indian Community at ICC Ashoka Hall and watched live on FB and Youtube.

Kamla Thakur ICC head of activity coordinator and education made the opening remarks. J P Sujitra and Shayamanti Bhoumik were anchoring and steering the celebration. On behalf of Student Forum, Siddhi Suresh delivered the welcome speech

The chief guest of the evening was first secretary, consular and community affairs, Xavier Dhanraj, ICC president PN Babu Rajan, School principals, and ICC committee members were other dignitaries present.

A motivational speech by Xavier Dhanraj and ICC general secretary Krishna Kumar Bandhakavi were encouraging, supporting, and appreciated all children for their active participation.

All participating Indian schools and coordinators for November 14 as well as November 18 were presented with mementos and certificates. Shrey Bhatt presented a vote of thanks.


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