Mangaluru: Ryan International School, Kulai celebrates graduation, annual day

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Mangaluru, Mar 5: Ryan International School, Kulai, celebrated its Graduation Day cum Annual Day on March 1 with great pomp and splendor with the theme, “Building a Better Future.” Along with the school parents there were eminent dignitaries who graced the celebration.

Rajendra Prasad Pathak, deputy commandant, CISF Unit NMPA, Geetha Kulakarni assistant commissioner of police (ACP)-Traffic, Ankush N Nayak, director (IT), Expert Group of Institutions, Nagesh Sadashiv Shetty, station manager, Air India and Air India Express Mangaluru, Archana Sachith, airport manager, Indigo Airlines, Mangaluru, Sonal Pinto, director, Ryan Group of Institutions among others were present.

The programme started with the blessings of Almighty God. Students welcomed the august gathering through speeches and welcome dance. The entire programme was an array of diversity presented by the students from Mont.1 to Grade 7 showcasing their talent in dance, musical orchestra and musical skit. With their power packed performances and scintillating dance sequences they kept the audience cheering and smiles on their faces.

During the graduation ceremony, the Montessori 3 children proudly came forward and received their graduation certificates. The guests of honour and the school Principal presented the certificates and prizes to the students for their achievements in various fields. Guests encouraged and motivated the students and appreciated the efforts of the school for their excellent show.

Sonal Pinto presented the Ryan Prince and Princess awards to the students and in her speech, thanked the parents for their presence and cooperation in nurturing their children as holistic individuals ready for the future.




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