Mount Abu School Rohini Holiday Homework Assignments

@KIIT 2016 - 17

KIIT adds another Rolling Trophy in its kitty (26 July 2017)

KIIT WORLD SCHOOL, Pitampura bagged the coveted Rolling Trophy at St. Xavier's School.  The students were at the centre-stage after winning two events in the Inter-school competition.  Anuj Khurana and Harshit Gupta of class X won first prize in Science Quiz whereas Utkarsh Tiwari, Lakshay Chhabra and Trisha Modi of class XI secured first position in Science Awareness Campaign Competition.  Under the able guidance and mentorship of their teachers, the students proved their mettle by making their Alma Mater proud. 

Felicitation of KIIT World School (12 July 2017)

KIIT World School felicitated with National Education Population Award on the occasion of World Population Day and World Women's Empowerment Summit held at India International Centre.

Educational Sojourn to South Korea (28 May - 4 June 2017)

A delegation of twelve students from KIIT World School, Pitampura along with Principal Dr Sangeeta Bhatia, Head Mistress Dr Richa Verma and Ms Shiwangi Ghosh visited South Korea under the cultural exchange program. The visit was yet another step of advancement to foster healthy relationship with the partner schools. During the stay, the group of students and teachers visited Hogok Middle School and Bupyeong Girls’ High School and confabulated about teaching pedagogies, class activities and curriculum. Apart from that, the group also visited South Korea’s renowned ‘N Seoul Tower’ located on Namsan Mountain by aerial tramway and enjoyed the panoramic view of Seoul and the surrounding areas. During their sojourn, they got the opportunity to tour many famous and remarkable historical places such as Gyeongbokgung Palace which was built in the year 1935 by the Joseon dynasty and Hanok village which is preserved to show a 600 year-old urban environment. Their expedition also included Hangang river ferry cruise, Coex Aquarium, Cheonggyecheon Stream, Dongdaemun and Myeong-dong, Market,Trick-eye Museum, Ice Museum, National Museum and Seoul Animation Centre. Visit to Lotte World, which is registered in Guinness World Records as the largest indoor theme park in the world, was fun-filled and exhilarating. The students tried their hands at Korean traditional handicraft making and ‘Hanbok’- a traditional costume at Seoul Cultural Global Centre. The visit to Samsung D’light.was an out-of the world experience for every one as they experienced the future projects and latest technologies. The amazing trip to South Korea broadened the horizons of students and left an indelible imprint on their minds.

Video Conference on Human Trafficking (15 May 2017)

Students of KIIT World School Pitampura India, The City's School Bhit Shah Pakistan and Bal Bharati Public School Pitampura India participated in an eye-opening Video Conference on the grave topic- Human Trafficking. This VC through Generation Global gave students an insight to delve into the intricacy of Human Trafficking, the traffickers and the victims involved. They used this conference as a platform to put across their views on what their religion, scriptures and belief say about human trafficking and what is their role as an individual to do away with this ill-practice. It was indeed a great platform where students benefitted the most.

Activity on Changing Trends in Economy (28 April 2017)
Students of class IX discussed changing trends in economic activities focusing on modern needs. They prepared a collage and explained the reasons to curb unemployment They also spoke about the need to maintain  equilibrium between rapidly growing population and job opportunities.

Video Conference on Essentials of Dialogue (25 April 2017)
Students from KIIT World School exchanged their opinion in the Generation Global Video Conference with the students from Publiczne Gimnazjum nr 26 on the topic, ‘Essentials of Dialogue’. Students from both the schools shared their viewpoint about their faith, beliefs and values they practice in their community. They expressed themselves conspicuously and made an effort to know each other better. The dialogue went deeper when they discussed the ways to express their faith and highlighted the ways to become more sensible and tolerant towards society and each other’s beliefs. The VC not only provided a platform to change the stereotypes of other cultures, countries and religions but also opened avenues for the students to connect globally.


13th SKM Inter-School Competitions (22 April 2017)

To commemorate the life and works of William Shakespeare, KIIT organized its annual literary event 13th SKM Inter- School Competitions. Various activities were organized where participants exhibited their literary and creative prowess.The judges for these activities were the alumni of the school who have established themselves in various fields.Oratory skills of the participants were on a display when they paid glowing tribute to the bard by giving funeral speech in Impromptu Jig event. In Shakespearean Motley Crew event, the judges and the audience witnessed astounding performances by the students who brought alive on the stage different characters from Shakespeare’s plays. The participants of Sue the Bard event were seen accusing Shakespeare for creating the characters the way they are. In turn, the Bard defended himself and justified his choices. The participants gave a unique twist to the characters in Art for Art’s Sake competition where they made beautiful caricatures.
It was heartening to see the immense talent and confidence showcased by young artists and performers. The winners were presented with trophies and certificates in the award ceremony where everyone waited for the result with bated breaths. G.D. Goenka Public School, Rohini bagged the rolling trophy for winning maximum number of prizes in different events. 

Vasundhara 2017 (22 April 2017)

KIIT World School, Pitampura organised Vasundhara 2017, an inter-school competition to commemorate Earth Day The event was a part of the school’s Earth Week celebration which kick started from 17th April 2017 to protect environment from the dangers that are looming large over us. The highlight of the occasion was tree plantation ceremony where Ms HeenaGambhir, Chief Guest, Sh. B. R. Kamrah, Chairman KIIT, Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia, Principal, Mr. S. K. Munjal, Dean Academics, Mrs Karuna Verma, Vice Principal planted saplings in the school garden. More than 500 students from various schools of Delhi participated in the events and showcased their creativity and ingenuity. Enthusiastic students engaged themselves in different competitions which were a reminder to us of our responsibility towards safeguarding the planet for posterity.

Earth Day Special Assembly (20 April 2017)

Students of classes X B, X C, XII A and XII F organised a special Assembly as a part of Earth Week celebration with great aplomb and gusto. It was indeed a fine and laudable attempt by the KIITians to awaken the dead souls and make them realize the significance of conserving our Mother Earth. The students showcased a myriad of presentations which included classical dance by Pranjal of X-B, self composed poem by Khushboo of X-C, a thoughtful speech by Ishika and Harshita of X-C, a presentation by the students of class X-B suggesting some ways to protect and preserve the green planet and a skit by our young environmentalists to exhibit the support and concern for environmental protection.

Earth Week Celebrations (17April - 22 April 2017)

KIIT World School, Pitampura organized many activities to commemorate Earth Day. The week long initiatives were a part of the school’s ongoing crusade to conserve environment. Students of class XII sensitized people about importance of hygiene in a cleanliness drive in the vicinity of school. Students of classes VI, VII and VIII made posters, folders and jute bags to show their concern. They also wrote slogans and painted pots to display their solidarity with the noble cause of preserving the planet. The students were encouraged to plant saplings. A special morning assembly was organized to make the students realize the importance of adopting ways to make earth a healthier planet. The students pledged to implement the three R’s reduce, reuse and recycle in their lives. 

Press Conference with Philosophers in Pre-Revolutionary France (19 April 2017)
Giving learning a new definition, the students of class IX organized a role play. They participated in an imaginary Press Conference where they interviewed philosophers like John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau. The students highlighted the remarkable work done by them in enlightening the people of France to fight for their rights and raise voice against discrimination prevailing in the society. They also focused on the disunity and factionalism prevalent in those times that created distress among the people and finally led to war. The 'French Revolution', influenced the Indian revolutionaries including Tipu Sultan.

Video Conference with South Korean Students (19 April 2017)

The new VC team today interacted with their counterparts from South Korea. The session was an ice-breaker where students from both schools introduced themselves, shared their likes, dislikes, hobbies and interests. They discussed the similarities and differences in the cultures of both the countries. The students sang a medley of songs for the South Koreans who reciprocated by singing popular K-POP numbers. They also discussed the session projects for next few months.

Special Assembly on Jallian Wala Bagh Massacre Day (13 April 2017)

Students of class XII D presented a special assembly commemorating the Jallian Wala Bagh Massacre. A skit was presented on the occasion where students brought alive the painful moments when thousands of innocent people lost their life. Sarthak Sharma recited a self composed poem to pay tribute to the martyrs. Their efforts were well appreciated by the audience.

KIIT Scholars (30 and 31 January2017)

KIIT team Somya Chhabra, Shivangi Parihar and Isha cleared the Delhi region round of World Scholar’s Cup 2017 and qualified for the global round to be held in Cape Town and Athens. They received loads of medals for their accomplishments in debate, collaborative writing and quiz. Saumya Chhabra and Shivangi Parihar won Best Debator Award and Best Writer Award. Isha Sharma got a Silver medal in Social Science. Saumya Chhabra also won Champion Scholars Award.

Accolades for KIIT (21 January 2017)

KIIT World School, Pitampura was placed at 4th position in Top Schools of India from North Delhi.  The survey was conducted by DigitalLearning. Dr Sangeeta Bhatia, Principal was felicitated by the organization in a glittering ceremony held at Le Meridian on 21st January 2017. The award has further consolidated school’s reputation for being the best in providing quality education with a strong hold on values. 

Most innovative Activity Award (21 January 2017)

KIIT World School, Pitampura was conferred with MOST INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY AWARD for the activities conducted during Global Astronomy Month.  in the Annual Space Meet held at NDMC convention Hall,Sansad Marg. Two young astronomers, Utkarsh Singh and Mansi Dudeja were felicitated by Dr. Paul Rosen, Project Scientist, NASA for their Provisional Discoveries in the main asteroid belt in the All India Asteroid Search Campaign 2016. It is a great achievement for the students and they wish to explore new horizons in the future.

Visit from our partner school in Poland (19-20 January 2017)

Under the connecting classroom programme, KIIT World School, Pitampura hosted a team of Principal and three teachers from its partner school Gymnasium 26, Poland on 19th and 20th January 2017. The partnership began in the summer of 2016, with Principal Dr Sangeeta Bhatia’s visit to Lodz, Poland. Since then, the students and teachers from both the schools have been exchanging their ideas and opinions on various topics like Environment, Religion and Beliefs through Video Conferences. The visit gave the Polish delegation a firsthand experience of rich Indian cultural heritage. During their stay in the school, they interacted with the members of Students’ Council. The Council members apprised them of the various miniseries at work and explained each department’s role in smooth functioning of the school. They also visited classrooms and witnessed the active participation of students while learning. Apart from cultural exchange, both the schools shared their best educational practices. This helped in gaining an insight into the educational system followed at both schools.

Glory for KIITians (16- 20 January 2017)

Sarthak Sharma and Saru Sharma won the award for best delegates in SG MUN held at Ambience Public School. Bhumika Gandhi received a special mention for her efforts.

Vansh Mangla secured third position in Hindi Bahas held at Yuva Shakti Model School. He also received a cash prize of Rs 600.

Mathematics Vogue (24 December 2016)

The Inter-school event saw the participation of around 15 schools from Delhi. Sh. B.R. Kamrah, Chairman KIIT, Mr S.K. Munjal Dean Academics, Mrs Karuna Verma, Vice Principal and Dr. Richa Verma, Head Mistress graced the occasion. The event was in continuation with the weeklong series of activities organized by the school to commemorate the 134th Birth Anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan, the great mathematician of international repute. It was a tribute to his contributions which truly deserve our recognition and celebration. Various activities provided a distinctive opportunity to students to bring their ingenuity and creativity to the fore. The students were seen engrossed in the model making competition, Bob the builder. Another interesting competition was Maths Rap where participants enthralled the judges with exciting beats and lyrics using mathematical terminology. Math- Enact competition saw participants showcasing their acting prowess in a unique way. It was amazing to see exuberant participants in Fastest Finger First, the Math quiz competition. The winners were presented with trophies and certificates in a glittering finale of the event. The overwhelming response of the participants truly dispelled the myth that Mathematics is a scary subject.

Workshop on Google Web Rangers (24 December 2016)

The workshop was conducted by Ms Uma Balan, Principal Consultant and Trainer for Google Web Rangers. Many students and teachers from various schools participated in the workshop which intended to make them aware about online security and promote safe use of internet. The students had interactive, informative and fun sessions on topics like managing their digital footprint, being safe on the web and identifying tricks and scams online. They were urged to use social media with responsibility. The workshop also focused on the steps to safeguard online reputation. Many videos were shown to highlight the importance of being mindful while using social networking sites like facebook, twitter, instagram, snapchat, etc and whatsapp. In many ways, the workshop turned out to be an eye opener for many of the participants, especially students whose safety is at stake while they are in the cyber world. 

Video Conference with Students from Poland (20 December 2016)

Students from classes IX, X and XI exchanged their opinions and views on ‘Environment and Health’ through a Video Conference with Polish School. They not only discussed about the various problems caused due to the recent rise in pollution but also suggested ways to curtail them. Polish students shared their plans for Christmas and New Year celebrations. It was a fun-filled yet enriching experience for everyone.

Fun at Worlds of Wonder (15 December 2016)

Students from classes VI to X had an exciting and fun filled excursion to Worlds of Wonder, Noida. The students enjoyed unlimited rides, sumptuous food and danced to the rhythm of latest bollywood numbers!

Video Conference with Korean Partner School (1 December 2016)

Students from classes VIII, IX and X participated in the Video Conference with South Korean Partner School. Both schools exchanged presentations on Social Structure, problems and solutions.

Accolades for Young Scientists (30 November 2016)

Two students from KIIT World School, Pitampura brought laurels to their Alma Mater by winning a Gold Medal in Regional Science and Innovation Fair 2016. The exhibition was held at Sadhu Vaswani School for a project- ‘Light in the darkness of life’. Shobhit Dua of class 11 and Mridul Bhatia of class 10 came up with very creative ideas to make their project. Jai Garg and Honey of class 11 also contributed towards the development of the award winning project which was appreciated by everyone.

Constitution Day (25 November 2016) 

KIIT World School, Pitampura celebrated the Constitution Day on November 25, 2016. Various activities were organized for the students of classes VI to VIII. As per the guidelines given by CBSE, the students of classes VI and VII made the Preamble of India. Through this activity, the students  gained a better understanding of the Preamble and the values which have been mentioned in it. The students of class VIII had a meaningful and healthy discussion on meaning of each and every value enshrined in the constitution. The students of classes IX and X discussed about the making of the Indian Constitution. It was not just about creating awareness among the students but to make them respect and value the constitution and the days associated with it. Apart from these activities, a quiz on Constitution Day as shared by CBSE was also held in the school for all the students from classes VI – XII. The students participated in the quiz enthusiastically which also helped them to know more about the Indian Constitution. Overall, the celebration of the Constitution Day was a great success and students learnt about the Indian Constitution.

Kudos to Champions (23 November 2016)

Umesh, Minister Sports and Ayushi Bhardwaj, Leader of Opposition, KIIT Student Parliament selected for Playing Volleyball at National Level by National School Games Federation of India. Umesh and Ayushi, you have made us proud. Our sincere wishes for the next level, Champions!

Special Assembly on Care and Share (24 November 2016)

The students of Class X A organized an assembly on ‘One can make a difference; care and share’.  To achieve the goal of inculcating two important values i.e. care and share, an Inter-class Elocution was organized for class X. Trisha Modi (X B), who secured the first position, talked about ‘Each one, Teach one’. She also laid emphasis on contributing towards society not just in monetary terms but in whichever way one can do it whether it is through imparting knowledge or through listening to somebody’s problems. Isha Sharma (X D) justified the second position secured by her through a story of a friend who celebrates her birthday with underprivileged kids instead of spending on partying with friends. She gave a very good example of one’s contribution towards the needy and touched everybody’s heart. The third position was secured by Hardika Sachdeva of class X C who talked about doing things from within & claimed that one who shares knowledge becomes immortal. It was indeed a pleasure to hear such good words from these children.

Polish Film Festival (17 November 2016)

Three students along with one teacher from KIIT World School, Pitampura attended the fourth Kinoteka Polish Film Festival on 17th November, 2016 at India Habitat Centre. People from all walks of life came specially to see the film, Enlightened Soul: The three names of Umadevi. It was an untold story of Polish theosophist and translator Wanda Dynowska- who dedicated her life supporting the Indian freedom struggle. Umadevi’s contributions truly deserve our recognition and celebration. It was indeed a great opportunity for the students to imbibe the values depicted through the film. To sum the experience, it would not be incorrect to mention Anthony Robbins' quote - “Only those who have learned the power of sincere and selfless contribution experience life’s deepest joy; true fulfillment.”

Laurels for KIIT MUN (12 November 2016)

KIIT MUN Society gave a rocking performance at Mt. Abu MUN. Saru Sharma, Sarthak Sharma, Shiwangi Parihar and Rohan Mittal won Outstanding Delegate Award in their respective committees and Trisha Modi won Best Delegate from her Committee. 

KIITians’ Performance at IETE (3 November 2016)

Enthusiastic and highly talented team of students participated in 63rd foundation day celebrations of IETE,an organisation well known by engineers. There were remarkable performances by dancers, singers and theatre artists.

Video Conference on Religion and Beliefs (31 October 2016)

Generation Global facilitated Video Conference of KIIT with Narmer American College and School of Sozonivka on gender, religion and beliefs.

Anti-Cracker Rally (25 October 2016)

KIITians took the onus of spreading awareness among people to 'SAY NO TO CRACKERS' this Diwali by organising an Anti Cracker Rally . The Rally was flagged off by Dr. Anil Kumar, Director, Department of Environment . KIIT took along students from Govt. Schools, residents from colonies and RWA's in this noble cause. Students went one more step further and performed at Rahagiri CP giving the message of saving the environment.

Drum Out the Poverty (25 October 2016)

Students of class IX participated in a noble event ‘Drum Out The Poverty’ organized by Nineismine at Bal Bhavan where they all produced music by buckets. It symbolized their disagreement to the present water and sanitation facilities.  It was an enlightening experience where they got the opportunity to understand the pathetic condition of children living in deprivation.

KIIT MUN (14th October 2016)

KIIT World School organized its second Intra MUN on 14 October 2016.  The debating commenced under the guidance of the two special guests, Ms. Saba Nehal and Ms. Kritika Mathur, both alumni of the school, who took the charge of the Secretary General and the Director General respectively. The delegates went head to head as they debated with renewed vigor on the agenda, "Strategizing Counter Terrorism". The day saw ceaseless blows fired from one country to other as the delegates proposed ways to curb terrorism. The day ended as the Executive Board felicitated Kunal Mittal as the Best Delegate, Awarding High Commendation to Shiwangi Parihar, Special Mentions to Rohan Mittal  and verbal mention to Trisha Modi, Neha Khanna, Gautam Sharma, Somya Chhabra and Utkarsh Singh. All in all, the day turned out to be a great success.

Video Conference on Peace (13th October 2016)

KIIT students participated in a Videoconference with Sacred Heart School - Ateneo de Cebu, Mandaue, Philippines, School No. 49, Philippines and Ulianovka Gymnasium No. 1, Ukraine on Peace & Reconciliation.

Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day (9th October 2016)

KIIT lent support to the cause of differently able children on the occasion of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day. Competitions like solo dance and group performances were held which brought forth the zest and enthusiasm of these children. This initiative was aimed at showing concern, create inclusive societies and raise awareness to change their world by providing better opportunities for differently able children around the world.

Spectacle de Cultura (8th October 2016)

KIIT World School, Pitampura put up a remarkable exhibition, Spectacle de Cultura on 8th October 2016. True to its name, the event exemplified unity in diversity where two very distinctive cultures came under one roof. The exhibition centered on South Korea and Poland showcased the glimpses of art, cuisine, economy, tourism and many other features. Before putting up this exhibition, the students had thoroughly researched about both the countries and came up with creative ideas to portray every aspect in the form of live models, music, art, technology and much more. The Guests of Honour for the occasion were Mr Kim Kum Pyoung, Director Korean Cultural Centre and Ms Aneta Swiecicka, Visual Arts, Design, Literature and Theatre Programmer from Polish Embassy. The event was also graced by Ms Buyoung Yang and Mr Jeeun, Shin Taekwando Master from KCC along with other eminent personalities and dignitaries from KIIT Group. The exhibition saw a footfall of around 2500 visitors which included parents, Principals, teachers and students of different schools. The rationale behind the festival was to reflect the aspirations for a seamless world, a world where human boundaries are absent and only global citizenship prevails. Also creating students who are socially responsible, technologically enabled and are able to express themselves confidently and coherently.

Cleanliness Fortnight at KIIT (1st to 15th September 2016)

KIIT World School, Pitampura, undertook a cleanliness drive from 1st  September to 15th  September as in accordance to the nation-wide Swachh Bharat Cleanliness Campaign. An array of activities were organized like poster making, Just a minute, Street Play, Power point presentation, Skit, Slogan writing etc. The students were also made aware about the need to maintain basic hygiene and sanitation. Thus the whole KIIT family took a small step towards a colossal goal. It was truly an enriching experience and everyone contributed.

Informative Session on Education Abroad (15 September 2016)

Students interested in studying in the United Kingdom had a session with Mr. Jugjit Cheema, the National representative from University of Birmingham. They cleared all their doubts and queries related to admission, lodging and scholarships.

KIIT observes International Day of Democracy (15 September 2016)

KIIT World School, Pitampura observed the International Day of Democracy on 15th September 2016. A special assembly was presented by the students of class IX C on the occasion. The presentations made the students aware of the true meaning of democracy which is the responsibility to be accountable to everyone around. Democracy in real sense means freedom from fear, hatred, hunger, unemployment and also protection of the minority. The students were informed about the origin of the day and the need for its celebration around the world. The day also reminded that there cannot be peace without following the path of democracy. 

Hindi Diwas celebration at KIIT (14 September 2016)

Amidst rapid westernization of attitudes and excessive emphasis on spoken English, there is an urgent need to preserve our national language-Hindi. KIIT World School, Pitampura celebrated Hindi Diwas with pride and great fervour on 14th September 2016 in the school premises. Various activities were organized on the occasion to drive home the point. Students presented cultural programs like plays and poetry recitation to highlight the importance of the national language, which is an identity for all of us. The Chief Guests, Mr Y.D. Vashisht, Additional Director of Education, Mr B.R. Kamrah, Chairman KIIT and Dr Neelima Kamrah, Registrar KIIT laid stress on the correct usage of Hindi specially while speaking. Dr Sangeeta Bhatia, Principal and Mr S.K. Munjal, Dean Academics were also present on the occasion. The spectacular thing about the event was parents’ participation in the solo singing competition which was applauded by one and all present. Dr Bhatia, in her address to the audience, thanked the parents and also focused on the need to inculcate pride for Hindi among students.

World Literacy Day at KIIT (8 September 2016)

KIITians celebrated World Literacy Day by organizing a special assembly on 8th September. A play was organised by students of class IX highlighting the importance of education in every one's life specially the under privileged children around the world. Vice Principal, Mrs Karuna Verma shared vital information regarding the same. The students were told about the activities conducted throughout the world by the UN members. The vision behind such an initiative was also shared which is aligned with life long learning opportunities specially focusing on the youth and adults for sustainable development. The students took a pledge on the occasion to help serve the poor and the needy.

KIIT observes International Day of Charity (5 September 2016)

KIIT World School, Pitampura observed International Day of Charity on 5th September with great enthusiasm. There was an over whelming response by the students and teachers when they brought food items, clothes, books and other useful material in large quantities. This material was donated to the poor and the needy slum dwellers in the vicinity of the school. This act of charity brought smiles on the faces of people and at the same time left a deep sense of satisfaction in the hearts of students who came forward for this noble cause.

KIITians celebrate Teachers' Day (5 September 2016)

Class XII students paid a glowing tribute to their 'gurus' on the occasion of Teachers' Day in a fantastic cultural programme. In a heart-touching gesture, the students showed their gratitude towards their teachers by presenting books to them.

KIITians revive Renaissance at CMS, Lucknow (27th to 31st August 2016)

Ten students along with Ms Priyanka Sikri, HOD English participated in competitions themed around Renaissance and revival of the bard held at City Montessori School, Lucknow between 27th and 31 August 2016. The students got an international exposure as they competed with teams from Sri Lanka, South Africa, Nepal and various parts of country. The competitions like cogitation brought forth the oratorical skills of students. Saru Sharma of class XI won the second consolation among 50 odd participants. Shivee Dabas of class XII got the best actor award for her portrayal of Good and Evil Spirit in the play based on Christopher Marlowe’s Dr Faustus. The students also won third prize in ‘Cinematics’ event. The school band led by guitarist Vinod Arora of class XII performed the musical symphony of Beethoven, which was well appreciated by the audience. Shivee Dabas also bagged third consolation in ‘Satirical Caricature’ event. It was an experience of a lifetime for all the students where they had loads of fun and learning simultaneously.

Achievements of School (21- 31 August 2016)

Students of KIIT World School once again proved their mettle by shining bright at various inter school and zonal level competitions and making their Alma Mater proud! In Light Painting Competition held at G D Goenka, Model Town Bharat Garg and Devansh Mathur got third position.Gunjan Sood, Rajat Bansal, Kunal and Akansha Ahuja  secured second position in Gram-o-pedia held at G D  Goenka, Model Town. Mashoo Gupta, Shubham Goel, Sanya Katpal, Gautam Juneja, Simran Dhiman, Harsh Tomar and Deepa bagged second position in Court Scene held at G D Goenka, Model Town. Shreya, Ashmita, Tanisha, Drishti, Lavanya, Pooja, Divya, Nishtha, Astha, Akriti, Manya, Ishika, Sparkle, Kushveen, Preetika, Rishika, Gurbani, Diksh, Parul, Harshita, Anusuya and Priyanshi secured second position at zonal level folk dance competition. Volleyball team of KIIT won Silver Medal at 1st National Traditional Games organised by Punjab Traditional Games Association held at Guru Nanak Stadium Amritsar. Sarthak Sharma got First Position in Symposium held at Maxfort Public School. Rushali Khilrani received her Trophy, Certificate and Cash prize at New Era Public School for winning the Creative Writing Competition. Lakshay, Utkarsh and Shivie got First position in Mime Act held at Mount Abu Public School. Rahul Bansal, Kartik Kapoor, Ritik Arora and Sagar Nagpal secured decond position in Ad- Making Competition. Arpan Lohia, Harsh Tomar, Kshitij Dabasm, Khushboo Madan, Tejaswani Sharma, Shubham Goyal, Mohak Gandhi and Love Goel also bagged second position in Street Play. Lakshay Chhabra, Utkarsh Tiwari, Trisha Modi, Shivi Dabas and Aayishi Bhardwaj won first prize in MIME act. Vaibhav and Abhishek secured first position in Photo Montage. Mridul Bhatia and Aditya Gaur got third position in Animation Making competition held at Tagore International School.

Achievements of School (11-20 August 2016)

KIIT World School, Pitampura has been consistently performing well at the ongoing zonal and inter-school competitions. The list of winners is quite impressive. Akshit Garg (VIII) and Kshitij Dabas (X) got First Position in Hindi Zonal Patriotic Poetry Competition. Vinod Arora (XII) bagged First Position in Zonal Instrumental Music Competition. Nishant Chandna (VI) and Ritvik Mongia (VI) secured Second Position in the Mathelon, Shaurya Kashmiri (VII), Ananya Aneja (VII) and Lakshita Khanna (VII) got Third Position in Comedy on Scientific Errors and Abhishek Gupta (XII) and Yash Jindal (XII) secured Third Position in Mock Stock Exchange competition held at New Era Public School.

Scholastic Book Fair (11 August 2016)
KIIT World School, Pitampura organized Scholastic Book Fair. The students from classes VI to X enjoyed browsing the eclectic array of books on display. Many of them bought their favorite books at discounted prices!

Travelling Science Program (9 August 2016)

KIIT World School, in collaboration with Korean Culture Centre organized a Travelling Science Program in the school campus. Students of classes VII and VIII enthusiastically participated in this novel workshop. The representatives from KCC demonstrated the launching of water rockets. Students were shown 3-D presentation displaying the making and working technique behind it. To strengthen the understanding of the concept, each student was given an individual kit for launching the water rockets. The students interacted with the representatives and asked their queries. It was a totally different experience for the budding scientists.

Visit from Kampala (4 August 2016)

Under the connecting classroom programme, KIIT World School, Pitampura graciously welcomed its guest from Kampala, Mr. David, Director, Mr. Zake and Mr Mukasa along with 18 students and  2 teachers who visited our campus.They got a firsthand experience of Indian culture when they were given a traditional welcome including an invocation.  During their stay with us, the delegation from Kampala visited classrooms and witnessed the teaching methodology, especially in mathematics. The visiting students enthralled us with their flamboyant, vigorous and lively dance performance.They also attended a workshop on Gel Candle making. Apart from cultural exchange both the schools also shared their best educational practices, gaining an insight into the educational system followed at both schools. 

Winners All The Way...

KIIT World School, Pitampura was at the centre-stage with so many wins in various Inter-School Competitions in schools of Delhi and NCR. Gunjan Sood and Rajat Bansal of class XII bagged second Position in Innovative Exposition at Queen Mary's. Parth Sarthi of X Got Second Position in Mann Ki Samvedna at Queen Mary's . Ansh Bajaj of class X got second Position in Brochure Making in Photoshop at Shah International School. Lakshay Chhabra of X and Saumya Chhabra of IX secured Third Position in Rendezvous with a Celebrity at Shah International School. The best of all was the performance of Lakshita Khanna of VII who bagged first position in Zonal Hindi Mono Acting competition.

Pi Day Celebrations (22 July 2016)
Mathematics Department of KIIT conducted a gamut of inter-class competitions on the occasion of Pi– Day on 22nd July 2016. The students from classes VI to XI participated in various activities like T-Shirt painting, reciting the decimal expansion of Pi, creating advertisements on concepts relating to Pi and playing Mathematical Musical Chair. The students learned the implementation of Pi in today’s world in an exciting way and enhanced their thinking, creative and presentation skills. The best part of the event was that those students who shirk away from the subject participated with a keen enthusiasm and cleared their concept of Pi.


A Dialogue for 'Old People' (18 July 2016)

Students of KIIT participated in a Generation Global Video Conference on the theme- A dialogue for 'Old People', with Dwarka International School and Mahatma Montessori Matriculation Higher Secondary School. Students shared heart touching feelings about their Grandparents and older people of society. They also talked about the ways in which they can help the elderly in their routine. Mushrooming of Old Age Homes was another issue that was taken up very seriously. The students pledged to devote quality time with their grandparents.

Skype chat with partner school at South Korea (11 July 2016)

16 students from Hogok Middle School, South Korea and 15 from KIIT had their first online meeting on 'Cultural Exchange' projects and ideas on 11th July 2016. The students from both the countries eagerly shared the customs and traditions followed by them. It was heartening to see that in spite of differences, it is the love for one’s rich heritage that is the common thread which binds us together.

Glory for Young Astronomers (11 May 2016)

Utkarsh Singh and Trisha Modi, young astronomers of astronomy club of KIIT WORLD SCHOOL are proud recipients of NEO (Near Earth Objects) Observations during All India Asteriod Search Campaign. AIASC is one of our most prominent and much awaited projects of SPACE and is conducted in collaboration with International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC, Hardin-Simmons University, Texas, USA). Under this campaign, participants get exclusive access to images of the sky taken at observatories and analyze the  data using specialized software provided during training to look for asteroids. All observations contribute to the Near Earth Object (NEO) data compiled by NASA and Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL). Students got the exciting opportunity to work with professional astronomers and access real astronomy data. They were exposed to research in this field, all of which is usually available to post graduate students.

Workshop on Accountancy (11 May 2016)

Ten students from KIIT World School attended an Accountancy Workshop. The resource person Mr. Vikas Vijay discussed the motive of learning commerce. He told the students to learn to listen if they want to succeed in life. Then he bought the clarity in the concepts of Accountancy which proved to be very beneficial for the students of class XI and XII. He told some easy ways to practice and prepare for the board exams and discussed strategies to excel in Accountancy. He stressed on a few pointers such as self belief, time management, smart work and skill. He concluded the session with a mind map for retention of the learning and motivated the students that if they believe in themselves they can achieve anything.
It was a very interactive session where students participated in answering and asked very intelligent questions. They all returned with an enriching experience.

Rendezvous with Mercury and other Heavenly Bodies (9 May 2016)

27 Students of astronomy club had an amazing session at Astroport, Rajasthan where they widened their horizons about constellations and deep sky objects in the night sky. They got the opportunity of a life time to observe the mercury transit where the mercury planet was observed in the way of sun through projection method using a telescope. The night sky observation started with a first session about understanding objects in night sky and the basics of sky like elliptical belt (where all the zodiac signs are observed) , zenith , divisions of the sky etc. The second session was based on reading Planisphere which will enable the child to locate all the stars, constellations, deep sky objects and planets like Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars. Students were fascinated to observe moon and planets; best part was the observation of rings of Saturn that are as beautiful as we have read in books. The last session during night time enabled the students to hunt for constellations by locating in Planisphere first and then hunting them in the sky. This was a lifetime experience for the young astronomers to observe the night sky and learn about the beauty of nature and science involved in it. 

Nuclear Disarmament- Need of the hour (5 May 2016)

A team of four students from KIIT World School, Pitampura attended a workshop on Nuclear Disarmament held at Indian Social Institute. The resource person Prof. Arjun Vinayak asked some really poignant questions like why humanity cannot co-exist peacefully along with nuclear power. It was an interactive session where students expressed their views and shared their opinion on the contemporary scenario in the world. It turned out to be a fruitful discussion that gave students a better insight and understand the importance of nuclear disarmament.

Astronomy at its Best ( 26 and 27 April 2016)

KIIT World School celebrated Global Astronomy Month with great gusto. Various activities were organized over a period of two days for different grade levels ranging from making pin hole cameras, astro- poetry, poster making to rangoli making based on the astronomy theme. Students were told about the importance of astronomy in life, its tremendous contribution to science and knowledge throughout history, from Copernicus dethroning the Earth from the centre of the universe, with Galileo taking that idea further and through Kepler’s work on orbiting bodies. It was a commendable attempt by the students to realize the significance of conserving not only our Mother Earth but also the Universe. The event inspired children to be responsible and awakened citizens and enhanced their kinesthetic skills and observational skills.

Performance Management Programme (26 April 2016)

KIIT hosted the Capacity Building Programme on Performance Management of School Staff and Students in the campus. The programme was organised by Quality Education Asia in association with At Summit Limited, U.K. where Principals and head teachers from 25 reputed schools of Delhi participated. Mr Martin Matthews highlighted the importance of effectively tracking and monitoring the performance of teachers and students in schools. He focused on challenging, motivating, supporting and developing teachers and students by providing them with technology solutions so that they excel. He also shared strategies to redefine learning experience and  identify the potential barriers for maximum effect on learning and teaching.

Eco Club- Poetry on Nature (25 April 2016)

Students of class IX , X & XI showcased their ability in writing a self composed poem on nature. By doing this activity the students enhanced their creative thinking and presentation skills. They presented a poem in front of the club members. Parul, Tushar, Pragya of class XI and Vanshika, Ansuya of class X wrote good poems. 

Eart Week Celebration at KIIT (22 April 2016)

KIIT organised Earth Week from 18 April to 22 April 2016 in its ongoing crusade to protect environment. A cleanliness rally was organised to sensitize people about saving environment. Students learnt how to make jute bags, pots & cards etc. to bring home the point. The week culminated with Vasundhara 2016, an inter school competition involving activities like street play, debate, poster making and kavi sammelan. It was a hugely successful event where more than 25 schools from Delhi participated and showed their solidarity for the cause - To save mother earth!

Glorious Moments (21 April 2016)

KIIT felicitated Saru Sharma and Naman Khilrani for bagging 7 Gold Medals in the World Scholar's Cup, Dehradun for being Champion Debators, Champion Writers, Champion Debating Team, Scholar's Challenge Team, School's Top Scholars and for Global Qualifying Team for 2016! Well deserved Naman and Saru!

Astronomy Session at KIIT (19 April 2016)

It was a memorable evening for twenty six students as they observed moon and various celestial objects with their 50 mm telescopes. The craters on the moon were clearly visible to them. They also observed the giant planet, Jupiter along with its four moons. Eight studen

On July 10, 1972, twelve pairs of tiny feet brought in the very first batch of students into the home of Flt. Lt. Vijay and Neena Williams. As they walked with tiny, apprehensive steps into the E-47 Anand Niketan address, their first day of formal education marked the birth of Mount Carmel School. The journey has taken the founders across the globe and the school into the lives of thousands of citizens.

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What makes a good school? Ask any admission-seeking parent today, and you will get answers ranging from name to fame to infrastructure and beyond. But really, what makes a good school? As you surf through the pages of our website, you will discover the ingredients that comprise the creation of a great school. You will recognize the importance of having a "vision", the requirement of hard-grit faith, the ability to persevere and the knowledge of a divine mission, mixed with the day-today grind of living and working in India, which alone can be a challenge on the best of days! So, how was Mount Carmel built and what role did the founders, Dr. Vijay Williams and Dr. (Mrs.) Neena Williams play? Answers to all these questions and a deeper appreciation of the goodness of God towards us, hopefully you will discover.

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