Birla students release school magazine
19 Jan 2017 - 11:20
Birla Public school in a solemn function organised on the main campus brought to light the biennial edition of the school magazine.
The student leaders from various sections ( Middle School, Senior, Higher Secondary, and International Curriculum ) were the guests of honour and officially released the magazine of the school. This was a pioneering action by the leadership team of the school. It is a policy of the school to empower its students to give them the task of leading and pioneering, taking little tender steps in to responsibility as a symbol of their future endeavours.
Special guests were honoured were Malay and Sharon, Head Boy and Head Girl, senior section, Dhruv and Jovina, Head Boy and Head Girl, International Curriculum, and Ben John and Eminta, Head Boy and Head Girl, junior section.
These leaders released the magazine giving copies to A K Shrivastava, Principal, and Shirly Rappai, Senior Vice-Principal, and to the core committee members.
“My beloved students, our school is a pioneer in many spheres of scholastic and co-scholastic life and we are today charting a new trail in the path of student empowerment in this humble endeavour of student leaders releasing the school magazine,” said George Edison, Vice-Principal addressing the school assembly.
“The school magazine is the reflection of the culture of a school, as it is a mirror to the cream of activities and expression of your creativity and imagination. It is a valuable souvenir for the students and the staff and a golden trophy for parents and the community to cherish the school for years to come. It is also a kaleidoscope of sorts of the variety and diversity of the demography that our school contains. The magazine is a delightful and colourful museum of the students who carried the school’s torch of glory across the country and abroad in academic excellence enlivening its pages,” George Edison said.
‘Expressions 2016’, like its previous editions, bears ample testimony to quality of the school and immortalises its reputation as a leading Indian School in Qatar.
The special assembly was called to celebrate students’ achievements and honour them, especially those who have contributed to the lustre of the pages of the magazine, those who have contributed substantially to enrich their student life and of the school’s.
Suresh Veeraraghavan, English teacher was the editor in chief. John Mpamei, music teacher, dedicated a piece of music honouring the student leaders.
Lakshmidevi, teacher in English, proposed a vote of thanks.