MES Indian School, Abu Hamour Br., Doha, Qatar, on May 20, 2023, was host to an event of grandeur organized by Scholasys. The event, Genos 2023 an Interschool Robotics Competition, witnessed the coming together of an elite board of dignitaries, staff, and students from over seventeen Indian schools, making, in turn, this glorious occasion a spectacle to behold for each one in attendance.
Among the ever-worthy embellishment of dignitaries gracing the event, the occasion achieved its true fruition with the presence of the highest order of dignitaries with formidable names, such as Sri. Sachin Dinakar Shankpal (1st secretary, Education and Culture, Embassy of India), Mr. K Abdul Karim (President, MES Governing Board), Mr. Khaleel AP (Vice President, MES Governing Board), Mr. Abdul Fathah, (Director, Sports, MES Indian School), Dr. Er. Abdullah Mohsin Al Wahedi, (Director, Shared Service, Kahramaa), Dr. Abdel Latif Sellami (Director, Education Research Center, Qatar University), Dr. Ma’an Nassar Raja AL Ani (Executive Director, LXRYM Opto Technology Inc USA), Mr.Azmin Amir (President and Founder, Oryx Liverpool University), Dr. John John Cabibihan, (Professor Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, College of Engineering, Qatar University), Mrs. Hameeda Kadar (Principal, MES Indian School), Mrs. Pramila Kannan (Principal, MES Indian School, Abu Hamour Br), Mr. Manmadhan Mampally (Administrator, Off-campus, MES Indian School), Mr. Tony Louis (Advisor and Well-Wisher, Scholasys).
GENOS 2023 came clad in its revolutionary aura, blending into the very premises of MESIS. A statement of everything that speaks leaps and bounds of creativity and innovation and everything that oozes a visionary outlook. This two-part event set in motion an alluring inaugural and closing ceremony in its wake. Students from over seventeen different schools participated and competed in what turned out to be an electrifyingevening of ideas, innovation, and entrepreneurship. In these competitions held in a section-wise fashion, the junior category entailed the likes of MES Indian School, Abu Hamour Branch, as the second runner-up, MES Indian School, as the first runner-up, and DPS Monarch International School, Oasis Campus, as the first position holder. In the senior category, the second runner-up was Al Khor International School, with Galileo International School securing their position as the first runner-up, and finally, Olive International School, Thumama, emerged victorious as the champions of the senior category and the first prize winners. To conclude the segment of the competitions in a well-rounded manner, DPS Monarch International School, Oasis Campus, lifted the trophy as the overall winners among all the competitors.
The event was a true feat of immaculate conception and articulation, clubbed together with a brilliance of execution on all fronts, shaping it up as an experience for all the spectators to rejoice in and proudly recall as a day promising new avenues and innovations, sparking the brightest flame of creation.