KIIT World School, Pitampura is a progressive co-educational senior secondary school recognized by the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi and affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. It is being run under the aegis of Vidyapati Sansthan, comprising of eminent educationists, social workers and philanthropists, which is also running many other educational and social institutions.
Selection of students in premier institutions like iit
The quest for excellence that began more than 50 years ago, continues to thrive in the present..
International Exposure to students and teachers through visits and exchange programs
World class well qualified, well informed and dedicated faculty
KIIT shaped me into a disciplined and ambitious human being. I am indebted to the school, its teachers and specially my principal, Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia ma’am for believing in me. Because of you ma’am, I never gave up. KIIT gave me immense experience which helped me face the pressure of a medical college without breaking down at any point. Thank you KIIT for modelling patience, honesty, courage, perseverance, wisdom, responsibility and a commitment to a lifelong learning in the best way possible, each day and every moment in your classrooms.
It gives me immense pride to be a part of KIIT World School. I feel nostalgic and elated to recall my enriching experience at my school. My school has been the best in inculcating values and has laid a strong educational foundation for me. I am highly indebted to the school who gave me a good platform to enhance my communication and oratory skills. I was able to develop my analytical and thinking skills in the school.
KIIT ( or New State Academy as I know it ) continues to be a launchpad for those of us fortunate enough to graduate therefrom, and for our many big dreams. Among my fondest memories are my teachers and their countless hours, in class and after, sculpting my future with me. All I had to do was ask, and I’d have their care and guidance. Although it has been 12 long years since I left, I still muse about my time there as being in the audience of great opera, with Mrs. Bhatia- the director – and her cohort of teachers – the band – setting each student’s life to fine symphony. I acquired my philosophy of life from that very ditty : it doesn’t matter how fast you grow folks, just how well you do! I am, and forever will be, proud of my alma mater.
It was a delightful experience for me to be among the students and teachers of KIIT World School. I was amazed to see the inherent discipline of the students. Their enthusiasm is infectious. I laud the efforts of the students in the field of academics and co curricular activities. I wish the students and staff a success in accomplishing their goals and keep up the good work
I visited KIIT World School on 13th August 2013 as part of my audit of British Council’s Connecting Classroom’s programme. On arrival my colleague and I were greeted with the beautiful rendition of 2 songs – one in Hindi and one in English. A cohort of teachers and students then gave us a presentation on Global Learning at KIIT. I was dazzled by the range of different topics in the projects undertaken as well as the number of different countries involved. I counted 18. I was particularly interested in topic of ‘Mathemagic’ as it can be quite difficult to incorporate an international theme into the subject of Mathematics After the presentation, as part of the audit, I interviewed the Principal and two teachers and conducted a focus group with 6 students. I relished finding out how the school, teachers and students had been involved with activities from Connecting Classrooms. The six students agreed that what they most liked about connecting to other people around the world is that it helps them to become “an Indian Global Citizen”.Thank you very much KIIT for welcoming me so heartily into your school.
As Programme Manager of the School Enterprise Challenge competition, it has been an absolute pleasure visiting KIIT World School and meeting the award – winning members of ‘Nutri Café’. Teach A Man To Fish’ were so impressed with the achievements of this school enterprise. We specially loved the creativity the team showed with constant innovations to their product and the way they capitalised on every opportunity to market their business. I have been lucky enough to visit the school twice this year. In June, I got to sample some of the delicious Nutri Café menu and interact with students and teachers about their experience on the school Enterprise Challenge. It was great to hear about the many new skills the students had learned and their business. In September, KIIT World School were kind enough to support me in producing a teacher training video on ‘Business Idea Generation.’ The students and staff did such an excellent job and were absolutely naturals on camera! This video was showcased at ‘The UNESCO/UNEVOC Global Forum on skills for work and life’ in Germany and will also be used to help schools around the world in the 2015 School Enterprise Challenge. Thank you KIIT and the Nutri Café team for being a constant source of inspiration to many budding entrepreneurs!
I’ve been working as an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature in various colleges of Delhi University since 2009, including the prestigious Lady Shri Ram College and Shri Ram College of Commerce. New State Academy Sr. Sec School shaped me both as a student and as a person. It gave me an impetus to my natural flair for languages, especially english. I also vividly remember consuming many volumes of Premchand apart from Shakespeare, in the wonderful school library right before starting class X, an unmatched library exposure for a young student, who was later to pursue the medical stream. Having studied under both Bhatia ma’am and Neelima ma’am sparked in me an abiding interest in science that I’m proud to nurture till date. I’m thankful and indebted to both : the English teachers for encouraging my natural flair for the language; and the Principal whose personal attention I was fortunate to receive as a member of the student council, which not only inspired me to excel in my field but also instilled in me the ardent desire to join the teaching profession and take up the challenge of igniting in young minds the same fervor to pursue and realise their immense potential. Thank you NSA, now KIIT.
Dr Kiran Bedi deliberated upon the joys of motherhood. She shared that her honesty, sincerity, devotion towards country, discipline and other values have been instilled since her childhood and her mother played a tremendous role in shaping her character. She vividly recalled her childhood days when she would win any competition and her parents, especially mother would encourage her to prepare for the next one. She also highlighted the fact that the bond between a mother and a child is forever, unbreakable and it is the duty of mothers to raise responsible citizens by being great role models...It's my mother's sacrifice behind my every endeavour - Dr. Kiran Bedi
Dr Kiran Bedi deliberated upon the joys of motherhood. She shared that her honesty, sincerity, devotion towards country, discipline and other values have been instilled since her childhood and her mother played a tremendous role in shaping her character. She vividly recalled her childhood days when she would win any competition and her parents, especially mother would encourage her to prepare for the next one. She also highlighted the fact that the bond between a mother and a child is forever, unbreakable and it is the duty of mothers to raise responsible citizens by being great role models...Corona Pandemic has changed the way of living - Dr. Bedi
Amid growing concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus among medical professionals, KIIT World School, Pitampura, Delhi 10th standard student Nishant Chandna (15), 12th standard student Saurav Maheshkar (16) have invented a robot called ‘Prithvi’ that could help reduce contact between healthcare workers and Covid-19 patients. The robot can provide food and medicines to patients and also has a video conferencing option for better communication between the doctor and patient. The prototype of ‘Prithvi’ is made of cardboard, a programmable board and basic motors, and cost less than Rs 5,000 to build. ..KIITians invent robot 'PRITHVI' to help COVID-19 patients
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. ..Road Safety Drive
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. ..Swatchhta Pakhwada at KIIT