AIP HONOURS MERITORIOUS STUDENTS

Association of Indian Professionals (AIP), Kuwait organized a grand function on December 30, 2016, at the Indian Community School (Senior), Salmiya in order to felicitate the meritorious Indian students of class XII. Awardees were selected based on the CBSE examination results declared for the academic year 2015 – 2016, from all Indian schools in Kuwait which are affiliated to the CBSE system of education of India. Gold/silver medals and certificate of merit were presented to the students who scored highest and second highest aggregates in science and commerce streams. Silver medals with certificates were presented to the students who scored 100% marks in any subject. Bronze medals and certificates were dispersed to those awardees who scored an aggregate of 90% or above. Honorable Second secretary, Mr. A.K.Srivastava of Embassy of India was the Chief Guest while Mr. Abhay Chaturvedi on behalf of Mr. Kuldeep Singh Lamba (a prominent businessman), Dr. V. Binumon – Principal of ICSK Senior Branch, Salmiya, Dr. CG Suresh- Consultant Cardiologist at Mubarak Hospital, Mr. Rajesh Nair- Principal of ICSK Amman Branch, Mr. Rajpal Tyagi-Managing Director and Partner of International Interiors, Mr. T. Premkumar – Principal of Indian Educational School (Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan), Mr. Nagraj Avula on behalf of Mr. Ajay Goel-COO of City Center were the Guest of Honour.

AIP General Secretary Kamlesh Kumari welcomed the guests and audience. She highlighted that the AIP Awards have now become a symbol of excellence. Dr. Kamlesh Kumari extended her appreciation and thanks to all principals of Indian schools in Kuwait who provided official information which facilitated the final selection of meritorious awardees.

Chairman, Mr. Umesh Sharna stressed the need of the education and motivation of the younger generation for multidimensional development of the society. Mr. Sharma highlighted that the sudden /eleventh hour changes in life should be taken as challenges and opportunities. One must continue to move on keeping his / her aim focused.

Mr. Srivastava appreciated the efforts of AIP for promoting Indian students through motivation, exposure and career guidance programs. He specifically mentioned that although, meritorious students in Kuwait are usually separately honored on different community and on school level basis, AIP award function is the one and only event where meritorious Indian students from all Indian schools in Kuwait are jointly honored at a single occasion. Mr. Srivastava congratulated awardees and advised all students to pursue their career of their own choice.

A colorful souvenir which included awardees’ photographs and depicting AIP’s vision and mission was released by the Chief Guest and Executive committee  of AIP.

Indian Educational School (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan) was adjudged as the winner of ‘AIP Best Academic Performance Award’ for class XII of year 2015-16 and Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian Private School-FAIPS (DPS) as the runners up. Best performing schools are selected on the weighted average method. Rolling trophies and mementos were presented to these schools by the Honorable Mr. A.K. Srivastava and Mr. Sharma.

Mr. A.K. Srivastava, Mr. Abhay Chaturvedi, Dr. V. Binumon, Dr. CG Suresh, Mr. Rajesh Nair, Mr. Rajpal Tyagi, Mr. T. Premkumar, Mr. Nagraj Avula, Mr. Umesh Sharma, Dr . Kamlesh Kumari, Mr. Umesh Shahani, Mr. Sajeev K. Peter, Mr. Jagdish Joshi, and Mr. AR Subbaraman distributed medals, certificates, rolling trophies and mementos. Vrischika V. Nair, Mohammed Mishal, Rachel Edwin, Nevin Mathew, Advika Mittal, Diya Ajay, Sharon Elizabeth, Dhannya Reji, Nitya Kapoor, Gayatri Nair, Aakash Vaithyanathan, Adithaya Rajesh, Kalyani Rajesh and Abel Chris compered the awards distribution ceremony in an excellent manner. Vote of thanks was presented by Mr. Sajeev Peter.

Toyo Tires of Al-Mailem Tires (Toyo Tires) was the main sponsor whereas Samara Auto Supplies Ltd. was the co-sponsor of this program. Other sponsors were City Centre; Mughal Mahal; Aman Exchange; Lulu Exchange.

Following is the list of AIP awardees:

 AIP MERITORIOUS AWARDS NITE 2016
 LIST OF AWARDEES
[December 30, 2016]
     Class  XII

Science Stream Gold/Silver Medals

  1. Gold Shradheya Thakre – Indian Educational School – (98.0%)
  2. Silver Duvvuri Rohini Pratyusha – Indian Educational School – (97.6%)

 

Commerce Stream Gold/Silver Medals
  1. Gold Kaushik – Indian Community Sr. School – (95.8%)
  2. Silver Jerrin Jose – Indian Community Sr. School – (95.4%)
  3. Silver Janice starlet J. D’Silva – Carmel School – (95.4%)

 

100% marks – Silver Medals

  1. Farzan Bhandari – Biology – FAIPS (DPS)
  2. Dhruv Ramani – Computer Science – FAIPS (DPS)
  3. Swetha Krishnan – Computer Science – FAIPS (DPS)
  4. Ayisha Noha Jamal – Informatics Practices – Gulf Indian School
  5. Julia Anil Thevalakara – Psychology – Indian Community Sr. School
  6. Ssafa Jahid Sarang – Psychology – Indian Community Sr. School
  7. Manar Asad Khan – Psychology – Indian Community Sr. School
  8. Fatima Salim Parkar – Psychology – Indian Community Sr. School
  9. Duvvuri Rohini Pratyusha – Chemistry – Indian Educational School
  10. Akshaya Srinivasan – Chemistry-Indian Educational School
  11. Jenish Patel – Biology – Indian Educational School
  12. Hansa Abdul Azeez – Biology – Indian Public School
  13. Naina Mariam Vaskenly – Computer Science – United Indian School

 

90% Aggregate or Above – Bronze Medals

Carmel School

  1. Jane Michelle Serrao (95.0%)
  2. Alisha Samantha D’Souza (94.8%)
  3. Jeffin George Johnson (94.6%)
  4. Dynelle Benita Fernandes (94.2%)
  5. Dorren Ann Jacob (93.8%)
  6. Rahul Ramprasad Noore (93.4%)
  7. Alkama Quresh Hita (93.4%)
  8. Darshan Vikram Chhajed ((93.0%)
  9. Melinda Sabina Fernandes (93.0%)
  10. Mecleena Vikitha Serrao (92.6%)
  11. Kavya Jaiprakash(92.4%)
  12. Siddhi Kothari (92.4%)
  13. Murtaza (92.2%)
  14. Caroline Sera Fernandes (92.0%)
  15. Marsha Zacharia (91.8%)
  16. Sneha Balasekar (91.2%)
  17. Zahra Noureen (91.2%)
  18. Sujni Sri Muraleedaran (90.4)
  19. Abhishek Sunil (90.0%)

 

Fahaheel Al-Wataniyieh Indian Private School – FAIPS (DPS)

  1. Swetha Krishnan (92%)
  2. Farzana D Bhandari (97.0%)
  3. Pratyaksh Sharma (94%)
  4. Mohsin Musthafa (96.0%)
  5. Pranjal Goel (95.8%)
  6. Samayaa Manohar (95.6%)
  7. Mohit Bhasi Thazhath (95.4%)
  8. Sherry Daniel (95.2%)
  9. Nolan Simon Lewis (95.2%)
  10. Ankeet Annapur (95.2%)
  11. Nilita Anil Kumar (95.0%)
  12. Mohammed Hamza (98%)
  13. Shreya Panda (94.8%)
  14. Aditya Amonker (94.2%)
  15. Mahadevan Ramanan (94.4%)
  16. Nandam Sanjay (94%)
  17. Ishan Miglani (94.2%)
  18. Anam Ahma (94.2%)
  19. Kasturi Kishore Khanke (93.8%)
  20. Dodda Sai Phanith (93.8%)
  21. Pulakit Mishra (93.6%)
  22. Siddhartan Selvarangan (96%)
  23. Shaima Shafiq (93.6%)
  24. Samira Abraham (94%)
  25. T G Preethi Raksha (93.2%)
  26. Taher Mustafa (92%)
  27. Dhanish Kakkar (92.8%)
  28. Samuel Prakash (92.8%)
  29. Amisha Jain (96%)
  30. Rahul Sachdeva (92.6%)
  31. Sidharth Pradeep (92.6%)
  32. Puvvada Prasanna Sai (92.4%)
  33. Sharon George (92.4%)
  34. Anahita Singh (92.4%)
  35. Nishant Abhishaik (92.2%)
  36. Abhilash Mohan (92.2%)
  37. Pratik Meshram (92.2%)
  38. Anushka Tandon (92.2%)
  39. Naveen Johnson (92.0%)
  40. Riya Vaidya (92.0%)
  41. Bhargavi Sonar (91.6%)
  42. S L Anusha (91.4%)
  43. Sarthak Saraswat (91.2%)
  44. Nikhil Anil Kumar (91.2%)
  45. Midhilesh Madhu (91.0%)
  46. Abhilash Bora (91.0%)
  47. Simran Vohra (91.0%)
  48. Nina Ann Stephen (90.8%)
  49. Anurag Mittal (90.6%)
  50. Aaeush Singh (90.4%)
  51. Tanu Tomar (90.4%)
  52. Prashanth Sridhar (90.4%)
  53. Rithika Cherukat (90.4%)
  54. Ashna Iqbal (90.4%)
  55. Olivia Adhikary (90.2%)

 

Gulf Indian School

  1. Ayisha Noha Jamal (97.4%)
  2. Williams Gee Sebastian (95.8%)
  3. Josh Pius (95.4%)
  4. Bhaktiben R Nandha (92%)
  5. Sheba Mariam Sabu (90%)
  6. Aathira Satheesh Nair (95.0%)
  7. Peter Nikhil David (98%)
  8. Charu Asthana (94.4%)
  9. Fatima Salim (93.4%)
  10. Kevin James Kanjirathinkal (92.6%)
  11. Gerald Joy Chakkoria (92.2%)
  12. Jovan Jolly Mathew (90.4%)

 

India International School

  1. Nasreen Nasser (95%)
  2. Siraj Abdul Kareem (94.8%)
  3. Kadeeja Raeda (92.4%)
  4. Murtaza Mithawala (90.2%)
  5. Nithin Babu (90%)

 

Indian Central School

  1. Mymonah Meraj (95.0%)
  2. Riya Titus (94.4%)
  3. Ayush Ashutosh (94.3%)
  4. Mahboob Liaquat (93.6%)
  5. Analee Maria (92.8%)
  6. Shereen Thahira (91.6%)
  7. Sonal Yadav (90.4%)
  8. Mohammed Jameeluddin (90.0%)

 

Indian Community Sr. School 

  1. Shebin Thomas John (97.4%)
  2. Qasim Burhan Bhatia (97.2%)
  3. Ssafa Zahid Sarang (97.0%)
  4. Parth Vipul Shah (96.6%)
  5. Manar Asad Khan (96.0%)
  6. Sakina Saifee (95.6%)
  7. Mahima Mariam Thomas (95.4%)
  8. Nausabaakhtar Hussain Shaikh (95.2%)
  9. Ansu Joseph (95.0%)
  10. Nadeer Ali (94.8%)
  11. Devansh Nileshkumar Modi (94.6%)
  12. Tarun Thomas Jose (94.6%)
  13. Joslina Virginia Fernandes (94.6%)
  14. Jassil Jamaludhin (94.6%)
  15. Julia Anil Thevalakara (94.6%)
  16. Nazia Yusuf Shahapur (94.6%)
  17. Fatima Burhan Ravat (94.2%)
  18. Anooksha Yogesh Rathod (94.0%)
  19. Abil Arshad (94.0%)
  20. Gabriel Francis (94.0%)
  21. Salma Mazid (93.8%)
  22. Fatima Salim Parkar (93.8%)
  23. Ronnie Demel Joseph (93.8%)
  24. Jiruwala Fatema Saifee (93.6%)
  25. Ankita Ann Binu (93.4%)
  26. Jovial Alex Lejo (93.4%)
  27. Abigail Erika Fernandes (93.4%)
  28. Sandra Sam Mathew (93.4%)
  29. Sudhanshu Sharda (93.2%)
  30. Sakina Yunus Fida Husein (92.8%)
  31. Fatema Aliasger Rampurwala (92.8%)
  32. Sudindev Devarajan (92.8%)
  33. Nasrin Nakedar (92.6%)
  34. Taha Agency (92.6%)
  35. Safia Rilwana Aboobacker Siddiq (92.6%)
  36. Basil Baby Thomas (92.4%)
  37. Aroma Satish (92.2%)
  38. Sneha George Nirannanilathu (92.0%)
  39. Pooja Gopi Grishnan (92.0%)
  40. Rachel Elizabeth Thomas (91.8%)
  41. Barjees Abduk Basheer (91.8%)
  42. Anjana Ramesh (91.6%)
  43. Ali Asgar (91.6%)
  44. Mahima Sharon Gigi (91.4%)
  45. Aysha Shamshudheen (91.2%)
  46. Rintu Reji (91.2%)
  47. Apporv Goel (91.0%)
  48. Pranav Jogiani (91.0%)
  49. Joseph Ben Jacob (91.0%)
  50. Ioana Christina Fernandes (90.8%)
  51. Sakina (90.4%)
  52. Isha Prasad (90.2%)
  53. Omar Kadavil Parambil Ismail (90.0%)
  54. Halima Tabassum (90.0%)

 

Indian Educational School

  1. Akshaya K Srinivasan (97.2%)
  2. Mitoshi Nandi (97.0%)
  3. Yogesh Balaje Mahendran (96.6%)
  4. Omkar Vishwanath Prabhu (96.4%)
  5. Krupa Sara John (96.4%)
  6. Keerthiga Nagarajan (95.4%)
  7. Ratnakaram Sravanti (95.4%)
  8. Sharath Ganesh (95.2%)
  9. Jenish Patel (95.0%)
  10. Taiba Rahmat Pattan (94.8%)
  11. Sruthi Reji Issac (94.6%)
  12. Rebekah Susan Mammen (94.6%)
  13. Merin Cherian George (94.2%)
  14. Rajkrishanan Panakkaparambil (94.0%)
  15. Sam Ebey Samuel (93.8%)
  16. Shah Bhavya Rakeshkumar (93.4%)
  17. Vanshika Gandotra (93.0%)
  18. Charutha Joy (92.6%)
  19. Rohan Abraham Athyal (92.2%)
  20. Nadia Nayaf (92.0%)
  21. Rick Mathew Philip (91.6%)
  22. Susan Ann Roy (91.2%)
  23. Irene Sara Simon (90.6%)
  24. Andrew George Athyal (90.2%)

 

 

Indian Learners Own Academy

  1. Shamil Ibnu Ayoob Khan (93.4%)
  2. Shamiya Chowdhury (91.4%)

 

Indian Public School

  1. Hansa Abdul Azeez (95.8%)

 

United Indian School

  1. Naina Mariam Vaskenly (96.8%)
  2. Josephine Crystal R. Mathew (96.4%)
  3. Mahima Jojee John ((96.0%)
  4. Anjana Ouseph (96.0%)
  5. Angeline Ann Josly (95.8%)
  6. Ria Joyce Tharakan (95.4%)
  7. Reno Thomas Jacob (95.2%)
  8. Janet Joseph (94.8%)
  9. Emad Uddin Khan Haroon (94.6%)
  10. Amalu Pradeep (94.6%)
  11. Shaun Maruthoor Thomas (94.4%)
  12. Ann Justin (94.4%)
  13. Habel Kuruvilla Koshy (94.4%)
  14. Richa Sara Sibi (94.4%)
  15. Annika Mariam Shiju (93.6%)
  16. Achsah Sara Babu (93.4%)
  17. Edwin Charles Mathew (93.4%)
  18. Festus Titus (93.4%)
  19. Sara Mary Stephen (93.4%)
  20. Serene Benson (93.4%)
  21. Anisha Ajeeth (93.4%)
  22. Navia Jose Paul (93.0%)
  23. Anjana Sreekumar (93.0%)
  24. Fawaz Khalid Mustafa (93.0%)
  25. Roshan Oommen Roy (93.0%)
  26. Anita Rose (93.0%)
  27. Anjali Kallayil Anil (92.8%)
  28. Vismaya Rachel D’Silva (92.6%)
  29. Iman Ismail Khot (92.4%)
  30. Blessy Reji (92.0%)
  31. Shiney Sara Alexander (92.0%)
  32. Steny Simon (91.6%)
  33. Joji Khorthu Regi (91.4%)
  34. Kiran Jose Karot (91.4%)
  35. Sneha Suresh (91.2%)
  36. Samah Jamil Parkar (91.0%)
  37. Christin Sabu Jacob (91.0)
  38. Jevin Mathew Jaison (91.0%)
  39. Mable Biju (90.8%)
  40. Bobina Maria Jacob (90.8%)
  41. Jini Biju Thomas (90.4%)
  42. Riyamol Sabu (90.4%)
  43. Jonathan Abraham (90.4%)
  44. Sara Ezzy (90.2%)

 

 

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