Indian School Mega Fair ends in style

Manama : Friday marked the last day for the Indian School Mega Fair and Food Festival, a three-day carnival experience filled with rides, food, and plenty of shows. On the concluding day of the mega fair, an unprecedented crowd had thronged to the  Isa Town campus to enjoy the fair.
People from all walks of life came to the school grounds with their families. Bollywood singer Bhoomi Trivedi and team entertained the audience with musical numbers. Sahrudaya Sangam performed folk songs. Oppana, a popular art form, and Goan dance performed by Riffa Campus students enthralled the audience.
Capital Governorate Director of Information and Follow-up Yusuf Yaqoob Lori, Ministry of Education Risk Assignment and Legal Affairs Director Reem Al Sanei, ISB Hon.Chairman Prince S Natarajan, Hon.Secretary Saji Antony, Hon.Vice-Chairman Jayafar Maidani, Executive Committee Members Premalatha NS, Adv. Binu Mannil Varughese, Rajesh MN, Ajayakrishnan V, Mohammad Khursheed Alam, Mohammad Nayaz Ullah, Principal VR Palaniswamy, Riffa Campus Principal Pamela Xavier, Staff Representative Johnson K Devassy, Mega Fair  General Convener Shanavaz P.K, Star Vision Chairman Sethuraj Kadakkal and Fair Organizing Committee officials were in attendance.
Mega Fair Souvenir was released at the function by the chief guest in the presence of  Souvenir Editor Binoj Mathew and Staff Editor Sreesadan O.P. Prince S Natarajan presided over the function. School teachers Prajisha Anand, Savita Rajesh, Sumi Mary George and Amala K.T compered the programme. Prince Natarajan thanked various ministries, teachers, parents, students, organizing committee members, media persons, sponsors and other well-wishers who played a key role in making the mega fair a grand success. Star Vision was the event partner for the Mega Fair and Food Festival 2022 presented by Zayani Motors. The Mega Fair raffle draw will be held at  the school auditorium on Sunday morning, November 27, as per the Ministry’s guidelines in the presence of officials from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, the school officials said.

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