Last bell in the Russian school in New Delhi

Wednesday, 22 May 2013 15:51

On May 17, 2013 the last bell rang for graduates of the Russian Embassy Secondary School with advanced study of foreign language in New Delhi.

The traditional celebration at the Embassy compound’s concert hall gathered students, their parents, teachers and numerous guests.

Russia’s Ambassador to India Alexander M. Kadakin addressed the participants on this festive occasion with warm words and kind wishes. He noted that the Embassy School in India is one of the best across Russia’s missions abroad. “We have a right to say that we are proud of our graduates. With a good start given by the School they have gained admissions to prestigious universities, and afterwards became professionals at various fields. Among them are the ones who return as diplomats back to their school-days beloved and friendly India. Such is, for instance, Minister Counsellor Denis E. Alipov.

On this memorable occasion, the School principal Alexander V. Vavilov, high school students, tutors and parents have congratulated the graduates. The heroes of the hour, four girls and four boys have performed on stage a cheerful, lyrical and slightly sad concert.

The Russian Embassy Secondary School was established in New Delhi in 1955. Since then its 20 students graduated from it with highest distinction, 19 - with distinction. Children from Russia, the CIS states and India learn in the School.

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