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MATH 2.0

KIIT organized MATH 2.0, an intra class activity for students of classes VI-X. The aim was to help children not only appreciate the daily usage of the subject, but also to help them shed their inhibitions. A number of activities were conducted at various levels as a part of the event. Class VI students prepared posters on Indian mathematicians, highlighting their achievements and contributions. Sudoku activity was conducted in class VII. Class VIII students solved Rubik's cube whereas students of class IX created mathematical rap compositions. Class X students enjoyed math graffiti. ..

Global Warming - Just a minute Session

The school organised Intra-school 'Just a Minute' session for the students of classes IX to XII. The competition was based on the theme 'Global Warming'. The competition highlighted the need to conserve the environment. The students were judged by Ms Inderjeet Kaur, on the basis of their content, brevity, expression and overall presentation. Tisha Jindal(IX), Arjun Kamra(X), Akshita Khandelwal(XI) and Khushi Gaur(XII) were declared the class winners at different levels...

Intra School Fancy Dress Competition

The school organized an Intra-School Fancy Dress competition for students of classes VI - VIII, based on the theme 'Best out of Waste'.  The students displayed their creative talents, using newspapers, old clothes, discarded accessories etc and dressed up for the occasion.  They not only enjoyed the show, but also understood the underlying message and importance of the three R's - Reduce, Reuse and Recyle...

Understanding the world behind the radio shows

Kiitians were taken to a radio station where they interacted the RJs live on the radio. This boosted their innovative ideas related to the scientific inventions and discoveries. ..

Road Safety Drive

Road safety education plays a pertinent role in shaping the attitudes and behaviours of children and young people - ensuring they become responsible drivers, passengers, pedestrians and cyclists. With a view to actively educate and thereby inculcate the sense of road safety among students, KIIT World School, promoted 'Road Safety Drive' with special emphasis on following Traffic rules.

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Swatchhta Pakhwada at KIIT

KIITians observed the Swatchhata Pakhwada i.e 'Green School Drive' where we focus upon the need to keep our surroundings clean that include safe water, safe air, among others. A pledge was taken by one and all to keep the environment clean and green. ..

Fun interaction with South Korean students

The students of KIIT World school interacted with their counterparts from Hogok School, South Korea. The interaction focused on holidays and celebration of important days, national festivals, annual events, dreams, aspirations for future, native language phrases in both the countries. ..

KIITians hold the flag high

KIITians again  came up with the flying colours and holds the flag high by scoring the maximum in Science stream, Commerce stream and Humanities. Big congrats to the scholars and their families...

Workshop on Studies Abroad

Students of class XII got a wonderful opportunity to explore the options for studying in the United States of America. Representatives from various universities like Purdue, Indianapolis, South Dakota, Portland and Delaware conducted a workshop in the school campus where they highlighted the courses available for students at under graduate and post graduate levels. The workshop comprised of an interactive session where Mr Girish C. Ballola, CEO and founder- Gen next education/ International knowledge centre discussed the education programs in detail. The students were provided a comprehensive study guide for those students who wish to study in the USA. The students cleared their doubts and queries regarding boarding, lodging and scholarships, etc. It was quite an informative session.

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KIIT World School: Changing methods of study

Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia, Principal of KIIT World School, Pitampura touches upon a host of educational concerns to the highlight the current scenario. Where classrooms are no longer bound by the four walls, so our teachers are really working hard for students and delivering more than what is actually required...