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150 KSMS students bid adieu to school life

Jamshedpur: Kerala Samajam Model School (KSMS) organised Graduation Ceremony for the batch of Std. 12 (2017-18) students on Tuesday. The evening saw 150 students graduating, 54 in Science Stream and 96 in Commerce Stream.

The ceremony consisted of awarding of certificates and batch souvenirs to all the students. Series of events were held during the programme. The school has also instituted various categories of awards to recognize versatility amongst students.
The most prestigious Principal’s award for sustained academic excellence, exemplary behavior, high ethical standard, sense of responsibility and leadership qualities, were awarded to Priyanka Jha, Yogesh Agarwal, Soham Maity, Jessica Srivastava, Yuvraj Lal and Rajman Singh Bhatia.

The Academic Star awards were bagged by Harjot Singh, Sarthak Sahu, B Shalini, Swastika Chetani and Stayam Chetani.

The most versatile student was won by Simardeep Singh, Pranab Ganguli and Harsh Ambani. Sport Star of the batch was Sayan Hasin and Afaque Karim. The Young Leader award was won Sharli Chatterjee.

Mr. & Ms. KSMS was bagged by Yuvraj Lal and Priyanka Jha. Eye conic award for the The best eyes was awarded to Shruty. It’s all about Attitude was won by Avirup and Ishika. Woodland – The best shoes award to given to Shubham. Matrix – The best hair / hairstyle award was presented to Akshay Mandal and Ayushi Mehta. Close up – The best smile award was won by Ranay amd Monali. Best Personality award was given to Zeeshan Zaman and Amisha Chouhan. Universal crush award was presented to Zeeshal Ali and Karuna Shresstha.

Earlier, in the morning assembly appreciation letters were given to 96 deserving students for their exemplary achievements in non-curricular skills and general conduct.

This was followed by experience sharing by students. Several students walked down the memory lane; appreciated and thanked the teachers and support staff. Teachers blessed them and wished them the best in life. Students expressed their profound feelings on this solemn occasion. K.P.G. Nair (Chairman, Kerala Samajam) addressed the graduating students and honored them.

It was an emotional moment for students who were bidding goodbye to their school after having spent their fourteen years budding from childhood to socially young responsible adults.

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