"Success does not lie in results

But, in efforts,

Being the best is not so important

Doing the best is all that matters."

A splendorous Valedictory Ceremony of ICSK Junior Arts Fest Pearls was held on 9th November 2017 at Junior School Auditorium. The chief guest on the occasion was Dr. Manimara Chozhan, MB; Mch.Orth-UK.

The ICSK Arts Fest was conducted in Junior School from 15th October 2017 to 7th November 2017. Various literary and art competitions were held in three categories and more than 4000 participants showcased their talents enthusiastically. Art fest is a door way to engulf themselves with skills and exhibiting their talents and excellence. These ICSK stars shine with the maximum potential, with the bright shield of success. The Valedictory Ceremony was a filling finale to this wonderful venture.

To commence the embarking, lavishing and entertaining ceremonial journey of PEARLS 2017, we began the propitious dusk with the Islamic Prayer. The traditional lighting of the beautiful lamp is an evidence to show that we value our cultural thoughts and ethics; as a part in all ICSK events. Dr. Manimaran ignited the lamp of success.

Mrs. Sherly Dennis, Principal who in her welcome address expressed her deep appreciation for the overwhelming response given by the students to this Art Fest and reiterated the schools as well as the parent's role in bringing to the fore the innate talents of the students. The students who excelled in each category were awarded with the titles Kalathilak and Kalapratibha trophies and certificate by the chief guest who in his address congratulated the students as well as the school for conducting such a magnificent event and urged the students to utilize the wonderful opportunities provided by the school to full extent. The other distinguished guests of the function were Mr. Sheikh Abdul Rahiman, Chairman, Mr. Amer Mohammed, Secretary, Mr. Raju, Treasurer to the BOT, Mr. Gangadhar Shirsath, Principal Khaitan branch, Mr. Ravi Ayoli Vice Principal, Khaitan branch along with Principal and Vice Principal awarded the trophies and certificates to the winners who received the prize on stage along with their proud parents of Kalathilak and Kalapratibha. The highlights of the ceremony were the spectacular performances that included dances, melodious songs and elocution by the winners.

The Vice Principal Mrs. Sheeja .C in her vote of thanks acknowledged the efforts of management, the teachers, support staff, parents, students and all those who made this great event a success.

The celebration of the spirit of childhood had surely left the audience with wonderful memories to cherish.