Ananthu Koloth was awarded the Sreedhara Menon Memorial Award (Kairali Physics Award) today for achieving the highest overall marks (amongst Kairali members) for ATAR Physics in 2016.
Esteemed member Prof Kadambot Siddique presented the award, and his speech provided motivation for the young members in attendance.
Ananthu himself motivated and gave tips for current and future Year 12 students.
(photo credit – Rajesh Sidharthan)
Kairali hosted a free Basic First Aid Course today, provided by Royal Life Saving Society of WA and Radio Garam Masala. The course was ably presented by Jacqui.
This was a good opportunity for our members and family to learn essential skills in First Aid, including DRS ABCD, recovery position, CPR, pool safety, and handling burns, shock and anaphylaxis.
Kairali is now accepting nominations for the Physics Award for the academic year 2016. In memory of Sreedharettan, this award is given to a Kairali student who has scored the highest overall marks in Physics ATAR in Year 12.
Please email email@example.com for details and conditions for nominations.
The close date for accepting nominations is 28 February 2017.
We are pleased to inform you that as in the past, Kairali will be providing free Chemistry tuition for our members Year 11 and 12 students in 2017.
The sessions will occur on Saturdays, starting from 4 February 2017, at the Rostrata Family Centre.
For further information, please contact the committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Members – your articles are being sought for the next edition of Kairali’s literary magazine “Chethana”.
Please contact the Chethana committee for further information (email@example.com).
Kairali’s AGM was held on 27-Aug-2016. The session went well with all the agenda items proposed and seconded. The outgoing committee did an excellent presentation of current status. The new committee was proposed and accepted.
The following is the new committee:
Please make the new committee welcome. Expecting a memorable journey together.