13th Foundation Day of KiiT International School Observed
Stress management is need of the hour, said Virender Kumar Mehta, author and world record holder of memorizing Oxford Dictionary
Bhubaneswar: KiiT International School (KiiT-IS) observed its 13th Foundation Day today in Bhubaneswar.
Virender Kumar Mehta, author, speaker, and Vedic trainer, world record holder of memorizing Oxford Dictionary and ‘Shabaash India’ reality show fame graced the occasion. Addressing the gathering he said, “Stress management is the need of the hour.”
Addressing the students, Mehta said, “You should have good habits and good lifestyle to achieve your goals. One should have dedication, determination and direction to be successful in achieving the goal. One should follow the highest work ethics.”
Speaking on the occasion, Smt. Saswati Bal, President, KIIT and KISS said, “Students should try to become a good human being. Therefore, the students should inculcate all the good qualities in them during their student life.”
At the outset, the Chairperson of KiiT-IS, Dr Mona Lisa Bal emphasized on the need to weave a strong sense of values in young people to help them manage with the pressures of the time.
The Principal of KiiT-IS, Dr Sanjay Suar shared the uniqueness of the school. Further, he outlined the aspirations and goals in the years to come, recognizing the role of the team in the growth of an institution.
Among others, Pradip Kumar Das, Director, KiiT-IS also spoke on the occasion.
This was followed by the swearing-in ceremony of the Students’ Cabinet and the prefects.
The 13th Foundation Day also witnessed another spectacular show. The flag march from the aisles created a flutter as every eye strained to catch a glimpse of the spectacle. The investiture closed with the flags being placed in the flag post, followed by pinning of the badges.
The Head boy and Head girl addressed the gathering. The academic and all round toppers were awarded prizes and certificates amidst deafening applause.
To top it up to perfection, various members of the fraternity, faculty and staff were also felicitated for their contribution to the School.