POST TIME: 26 June, 2021 06:44:03 PM
DPS STS School Dhaka rejoices in the achievements of Class of 2021
Staff Reporter, Dhaka

DPS STS School Dhaka rejoices in the achievements of Class of 2021

DPS STS School Dhaka (Delhi Public) celebrated its Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2021 recently. The ceremony was conducted virtually through Zoom alongside a continuous broadcast via Facebook Live. 

Ninety-two students received their Diplomas and twelve students obtained their school completion certificates.  Nayeema Siraj, Student of Grade 12, delivered the Valedictorian speech during the Graduation Ceremony. Music and Dance Teachers put up mesmerising performances embellishing the Graduation evening’s celebration. 

On this occasion, Dr Shivananda CS, Principal, DPS STS School Dhaka, said, “The Class of 2021 has proven that they are highly resilient as they have withstood a demanding situation with unanticipated changes to their senior year of the school amid a global pandemic. Each student stayed committed to their academic goals as they promptly got accustomed to the virtual learning model. The year’s graduation ceremony has been extra special for all families and teachers, and I am extremely proud to see my students receive their Diploma.”

The Ceremony was attended by the esteemed Board members, key personnel of STS Group, Mrs. Madhu Wal - Outgoing Principal, Dr. Shivananda CS - Principal, and Mr. Bijo Kurian - Vice Principal of DPS STS School Dhaka. Mr. Emran Jamshed Taher, Cambridge First Language English Assessment Examiner and First Language Instructor, DPS STS Senior School, moderated the entire event. 

Furthermore, numerous teachers, students, and parents also highlighted the Ceremony with their valuable presence. During the programme, surprise greeting videos from International educators – Ankur Vohra, Jindal Global University, India; Biggs Darren, Tokyo International University, Japan; Carl Tang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Moustafa Ezz, Huron, Western University, Canada; Tanushree Bhattacharya, University of British Columbia, Canada; and Chris Gibson, University of Manchester, UK were broadcast. 

Finally, multiple teachers expressed heartfelt messages and felicitations to the Graduating Batch on their achievements. The Ceremony concluded with a scintillating yet nostalgic video shared by the Graduates of Class 2021 to celebrate their success and shared their fond memories of High School.