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KiiT International School celebrated its 5th Foundation Day

2nd July, 2011 : KiiT International School celebrated its 5th Foundation Day on 2nd July, 2011 at the beautifully decorated Multi-Purpose Hall. The programme began with our Chairman Dr. Mona Lisa Bal, welcoming the guests and the gathering. On her welcome speech, Dr. Mona Lisa Bal expressed her confidence on the further growth and development of the school in all areas. Chairman’s address was followed by a short speech from Mr. Craig Patterson, IBDP Coordinator and Head of International Curriculum. In his speech, he introduced the new IBDP teachers and the first batch of IBDP students. Mr. Thomas Mathew, Head of IGCSE also expressed his happiness at the increasing number of students in IGCSE over the years.

President of KIIT&KISS, Mrs. Saswati Bal gave a short speech and stated that she is happy to hear about the performances of Grade X IGCSE and CBSE students and Grade XI CBSE students in the Board examination, and final examination respectively. She also conveyed her good wishes to the students and staff on the auspicious day.

Speaking on this important and beautiful day, the Founder of KIIT & KISS, Dr. A. Samanta congratulated the students and staff of KiiT International School and felicitated students who secured the top most position in the class in the last academic year. He encouraged the students to work hard with strong determination to achieve their goals, which would eventually lead to success.

After this, Mr Sanjay Kumar Suar, Principal of KiiT International School came up with vote of thanks. It was a happy moment, a day which marked the birth of an International School, the only one of its kind in Eastern India. The celebration ended with cutting of a delicious cake with hopes and joy. Thanks to all the parents who trust us with their kids, students and staff members without whose enthusiastic participation and commitment, the programme would have never succeeded.