School students wow audience with National Day performances
20 Dec 2017 - 9:52
The shows and performances of school students and community teams continued till 10pm on December 18 at Asian Town, Labour City and Barwa Al Baraha in Doha industrial area, Wakra Sports Club, Rayyan Sports Club and Barwa Workers’ Recreation Complex in Al Khor as well as an inter-national cricket tournament in Asian town cricket stadium.
The Center for Bikers BATABIT under the Ministry of Sports participated with 90 bikes, Mawater Cars with 122 cars. Almost 50000 people attended in Asian town. 20000 attended cricket championship. Asian Labour City witnessed participation of 20000, Barwa al Baraha – 15000, Wakra sports club 15000, Al Khor Workers Recreation Complex – 20000, Rayyan sports club – 7000.
As much as 6000 students participated in three venues from 18 schools that include MES Indian School, Pakistan International School, Bhavan’s Public School, DPS Modern Indian School, Pak Shama School, Shantiniketan Indian School, Ideal Indian School, Birla Public School, Noble International School, Sri Lankan Stafford School, Bangladesh MHM School, Rajagiri School, Philippines International School Qatar, Philippines School Doha, Doha Modern Indian School, Olive School and Qatar Institute for Speech and Hearing.
In Rayyan Sports Club Philippines School Doha won first place while Philippines International School Doha and Scholars International School won second and third places respectively.
In Asian Town Ideal Indian School got first place, Birla Public School came second and Bangladesh MHM School placed third.
In Wakra MES Indian School won first place while Bhavan’s Public School and Shantiniketan came second and third places respectively.
In the march-past competition among community organisation Cultural Forum came first, Bangladesh community team second and Maharashtra Mandal Qatar came third.
In Rayyan, Malaysian community team won first place, Indonesian second and Filipino community team came third.
Six community teams took part in cultural events. They were Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre, Cultural Forum, Indian Social Forum, Bangladesh Community team, Maharashtra Mandal Qatar, Skills Development Centre and Radio Malayalam.
Six venues hosted 10 Indian shows, 20 Nepali, 20 Sri Lankan, 27 Bangladeshi, seven Filipino, six Malaysian and six Indonesian cultural performances.
In Rayyan, more than 4,000 persons took part in the Run for Qatar by Filipino Community.
Various departments including Public Relations Department, Community Policing Department, Establishments and Authorities Security Department, Traffic, Civil Defence, Al Fazaa and Hamad Ambulance, Lekhwiya and Private Engineering Office took part in the events.