AJI Graduation Day

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A celebration for those who worked hard to reach this goal, a farewell to bid goodbyes to those friends who were part of life for varying years in the count at Al Ain Juniors School and a new beginning towards the ambitious and rewarding goals.

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The Valediction ceremony commenced with the solemn procession lead by the Principal Mr. Mohammad Gaffar, the distinguished guests of the day, Heads of various Academic Departments and teachers, followed by the graduating batch 2019-20 in the gracious presence of parents and well-wishers on 23rd January 2020. It was then followed by invoking the blessings of the Almighty with the prayer. UAE National Anthem and Indian National Anthem followed the next. The Vice-Principal, Mrs. Humera Sharief formally welcomed all the guests of the day and the parents to this ceremonial function.

The eminent guest, Dr.Sasi Stephen, Research Scientist and a teacher at Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi hit upon the need for self-discipline and hard work as ‘mantras’, to achieve success. The essence of the day was the conferment of the degrees. Students, at the same time both excited and nostalgic, received their certificates in the presence of their beloved parents, teachers, and friends.

Soon after that, the guests released a budding poet Ms. Caron Chacko’s collection of poetry, “Seraphim”. Mr. John D Mello, HOD of English Department presented the review of the book.

The Principal and the Vice-Principal handed the lighted candles to students, symbolic of their responsibility to light up the world for better tomorrows, while the AJ Choir sang melodious rendition. Keeping up with the long-standing tradition of AJ, after the conferment of the degrees and lighting of the candles, students who had outshone others were adjudged as winners and were awarded certificates and mementos. The ceremony was concluded with the vote of thanks by Mr. John D Mello, HOD of the English Department. As the moonlit up the chilly wintery night to a nostalgic loom, the function drew to it close, with the hope that the young, energetic, dynamic, youngsters would be a light in the darkness, warmth to the cold-hearted and a source of inspiration and an example to be followed.

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