February 28, 2006
News published IN Gulf Times
FRIENDS of Environment Centre (FEC) and the Kainat Foundation have jointly organised a function as part of Qatar Environment Day celebrations at the FEC.
The event included an eco-exhibition and eco-painting, opened by Indian embassy second secretary Ramesh Chandra.
The exhibition was put together by students of local schools.
FEC chairman Dr Saif al-Hajari appreciated the efforts of schools and children in making the programme successful.
“The children took part in this celebration despite inclement weather and shows their responsibility towards the environment”, Dr al-Hajari said.
Environmental consultant Ahmed Kutub Ramzi said: “I am highly impressed by the innovative ideas from the young brains and their thoughts”.
Guest of honour Abdul Hai stressed the importance of this type of activities, where children can exchange ideas and that brings them closer.
MES Indian School, Ideal Indian School, MIS Indian School, Shantiniketan Indian School, Birla Public School, Bright Future Pakistani School and the Philippines School Doha took part in the exhibition.
Exhibits that included a tsunami-resistance city, a green house, a solar car, a solar water heater, polythene recycling and an environmental city were appreciated by visitors.
The programme was conducted by members of Kainat Foundation. Foundation chairman and environmentalist Shakil Ahmed Kakvi thanked all participants, teachers and schools for their support.
The programme was attended by school children, teachers and environment lovers.
A cultural programme was presented by Emmi and the Philippines School students.
The Kainat media cell screened a film on educating downtrodden children in Bihar.
FEC manager Adil Tejani proposed a vote of thanks.
Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!
June 15, 2005
DOHA: MES Indian School Doha Qatar students have taken part in polio compaign in Jharkhand along with national cadet crops (NCC) and Kainat foundation volunteers at Ranchi, Jharkhand. The team was led by Shakil Ahmed Kakvi, coordinator for scientific and environmental affairs, MES Indian School.The team members Tejas Thomas Kurian, Inzarul Haq and Shaheen Usman were actively involved in the campaign. They visited the Ranchi railway station and administered polio drops as a part of the polio campaign.
February 15, 2005
DOHA: The Indian Association for Bihar and Jharkhand and the Kaiant Foundation, Doha Chapter, honoured CBSE Class XII toppers of MES Indian School and Ideal Indian School at a function held at the Doha Cinema recently.
Rajender Bhagat, Counsellor at the Indian embassy, was the chief guest on the occasion.
“Bihar needs educational reform and support at grass root level. Kainat Foundation has taken the task of eradicating illiteracy from the villages in Bihar,” said Bhagat, while addressing the gathering.
Loyd J D’Silva, Nilashis Dey, Master S Vijay Ram (science stream) and Karishma R D’Souza (commerce stream), of MES Indian School, and Sanjeet Miranda (commerce stream), Aditi Dixit, M Fatima Minisha, Ashley A Varughese (science stream) of Ideal Indian School were awarded prizes at the function.
Toppers of Kerala Board examinations, Parvathy Vijay, Roshney Simon Valliath and Husna M K (Class X )and Fathima Jafna, Hanan Abdul Raoof and Najma Rehana (Class XII) were also honoured.
“Thunder Kids”, the children’s troupe of Tulukoota presented a three-hour musical show to raise funds for construction of the Kainat Foundation School. Y S Rao, founder of the foundation and a great lover of music, was also received accolades. Anwar Jamal, public relations officer of Indian Association of Bihar and Jharkhand, proposed a vote of thanks.