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Some 81 pupils graduate from DPS international

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A total of 81 pupils have successfully graduated from Pre- Primary and Primary Level to the higher levels in the Tema-based Delhi Private International School (DPS).

The short but colourful graduation ceremony was held in the School’s auditorium on Friday, May 10, 2019.

It brought together parents and guardians who celebrated in the success of their wards.

There were a total of 28 pupils who graduated from the Preparatory to Grade I.

A total of 53 students graduated from class 5 to class 6.

Certificates were presented to each pupil on the occasion by the Chairman’s wife, Tanya Thakwani.

She congratulated the graduating students and encouraged them to continue to take their lessons seriously going forward.

She urged them not to be content with what they have achieved so far in education but that they should rather push to climb on the highest level of the educational ladder in order to contribute their quotas to the development of their respective societies and the world in general.

The Principal of DPS International, David Raj on his part, advised the graduating students to always strive for excellence.

He assured the parents that DPS international would continue to improve upon its learning environment and positively contribute to the success of its students.

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