Respect is one of the greatest expressions of love. Students of VI A presented a special assembly on the theme ‘Being Respectful’. They highlighted the theme through thought, a powerful speech and a heart-warming poem. The students also took an oath that they will show respect to one and all including flora and fauna.
KIIT World School celebrated 73rd Independence Day with great fervour. The celebrations comprised of Flag hoisting by Chief guests Ms.Eva Maria Wuerfl and Mr. Peter Wuerfl, parents of Ms Anna Wuerfl who studied at KIIT during an exchange programme, along with Principal Dr Sangeeta Bhatia, Dean Academics Dr T P Singh, Dean Admin Mr S K Munjal, Senior Headmistress Dr Richa Verma and parents. The cultural programme began with an invocation seeking divine blessings which was followed by a Nukkad Natak highlighting the importance of unity. The dance troupe presented folk dance showcasing cultural diversity of our country.The atmosphere was filled with vibrant energy when the school band presented a medley of patriotic songs. While addressing the audience, Dr Bhatia urged them to remember the true meaning of freedom and be responsible future citizens.
Students of IX C presented morning assembly on the occasion of Sadbhawna Diwas to commemorate the birth anniversary of our former Prime Minister late Sh Rajiv Gandhi.
“The youth is the hope of our future.” Students of class IX-B celebrated International Youth Day to empower the youth to make positive contributions to their communities and nations. They apprised the audience about the role of youth. It was followed by a powerful mime act and an inspiring poem which highlighted the youth’s ability to bring about a revolutionary change in the society.
The World Senior Citizen’s Day is celebrated on the 21st of August each year. It was first proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 14, 1990. The celebration took place for the first time on 1st October 1991. Students of IX D presented morning assembly on the occasion of World Senior Citizen Day, sensitizing the youth to the issue of care and dignity of the elderly
Students of VIII A presented a special assembly on the occasion of Janamashtmi. There is a popular saying in Bhagavad Gita- “Whenever there will be a predominance of evil and decline of religion, I will reincarnate to kill the evil and to save the good.” The students emphasized the importance of the teachings of Lord Krishna as the festival of Janmashtami encourages goodwill and to dissuade malice. The day is observed as a sacred occasion that celebrates togetherness and faith.
Students of VIII C presented a special assembly on the theme ‘Jai Jawan Jai kisaan’. The assembly focused on the hard work of soldiers and farmers for growth, security and upliftment of our nation.
Students of IX C presented a special assembly on the occasion of Halloween. The presentation comprised of speech highlighting the importance of the day followed by a song.
Students of class XI D conducted a special assembly on the occasion of World Television Day. Interesting facts were shared to make the audience aware of the purpose behind its invention. A debate was also organized to discuss the pros and cons of television.
Students of VIII D presented a special assembly on the occasion of Guru Teg Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day. They paid tribute by presenting a skit and made the audience aware of the sacrifices made by him.
Students of VII A presented an assembly on the occasion of National Law Day. The participants deliberated upon the importance of the day and made the audience aware of its background and history.
Students of class VI A conducted a special assembly on the occasion of Navy Day. The presentation included a speech and role play highlighting the importance of our Naval Force. The students also paid tribute to our brave soldiers through a patriotic song.
Students of VI C presented assembly on Anti- corruption Day. The participants talked about the ill-effects of corruption. A song was also presented on the occasion.