Gandhi Jayanti is an event celebrated to mark the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi Jayanti is observed to pay respect and tribute to the legendary freedom fighter, who sacrificed his life for his country. He was against any injustice and a firm supporter of ‘Ahimsa’, ‘Simplicity’ and the importance of ‘Truth’ in one’s life and propagated the same during his entire life.
This year will mark the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and will be observed by the entire world as Gandhi Jayanti and by United Nations as ‘International Day of Non-violence’. It is marked as a National Holiday to remember one of the greatest freedom fighters of India.
KLES’ International School, Belagavi celebrated this momentous occasion by paying tribute to this great leader. A welcome dance by Miss Daksha Bevinmarad (Class V), a melodious song by Miss Sreeya (Class VII)along with a captivating art rendition, a beautiful portrayal of the non-violent principles of Mahatma Gandhi was showcased by Master Atharva Savanur, Miss Veera Jamadade , Miss Ira Prabhu and Miss Varsha Gaddadevarmath and the immense contribution in shaping the ideals of our country by Gandhiji and Lal Bahadur Shastri were reiterated with passion by Miss Ira Prabhu( Class VII) and through the speeches of Miss Aditi Doddanaavar ,Miss Sanvi Gavi and teachers.
ART ALLURE !!! The art exhibition at KLES' International School, Belagavi held on 16th September, 2021, came off with flying colours as the beautiful display was a treat to everyone's eyes! The Director of KLE Society, Dr. V. S. Sadhunavar, along with the Coordinator of KLE schools, Dr. Preeti Doddwad, the Secretary, Dr. B. G. Desai, KLE society Member, Mr. B. R. Patil and the Principal of KLES' School, College Road, Mrs. Sarojini Dengole were the distinguished guests and were all praise for the alluring display of paintings by the students from classes III to XII.
The paintings portrayed a wide spectrum of emotions from tranquility and exuberance to despair and aggressiveness. Nature art, Monuments, Paintings on Deities, Geometrical patterns, Folk art and Abstract paintings were the highlights of the exhibition. The school INTACH club showcased a unique exhibit in the form of 'DHAROHAR' which displayed the ancient artifacts and age old utensils of a bygone era. This manifestation of our cultural heritage too received appreciation from all quarters. Principal , Mrs. Dipti Ingley lauded the contributions made by the students towards the art exhibition and encouraged them to come up with more such innovative and creative art work in the coming days.
The Teachers Day was celebrated on 5th September 2021 by the students of KLES' International School, Belagavi by paying rich tributes to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and by expressing their heartfelt gratitude to the loving teachers. The highlights were- Powerful speeches that marked the occasion with a sprinkle of fun loving songs, heart warming poems, pretty presentations and a skit , which had everyone in splits; all portraying the valuable contributions of the teacher. The anchors stole the show with their sharp wit and calm and easy going demeanor. The children with this loving gesture made it a day to cherish and regale in, for all the teachers.
KLES' International School, Belagavi celebrated the National Sports Day on 29th August 2021 by inviting, Dr. C. Rama Rao , the Physical Director at Lingaraj College, to enlighten the higher secondary students, on the online platform , the importance of good health, exercise and yoga and meditation in our daily lives. Dr. Rao also spoke about the encouraging scenario in Sports today, with the Government implementing various schemes and strategies to boost the overall participation of our young and talented lot, after the impressive show of our sportspersons in the Tokyo Olympics and also the opening of various sports arenas to rigorously train them for the upcoming Olympics.
A Sports Quiz, ' The Winning Edge', was organized for the students of classes V to XII to commemorate the birth anniversary of the legendary Hockey player, Major Dhyan Chand, through the online mode. Paralympics, Summer Olympics, Ancient Olympics and Modern Olympics were the topics reserved for categories ( classes V and VI), ( classes VII and VIII), ( classes IX and X), ( classes XI and XII) and these competitions were held on two consecutive days before the National Sports Day. The winners were awarded the medals and the certificates. The participants too received the participation certificates.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, congratulated the winners and encouraged the students to be aware of the various aspects of sports and be updated about it for their mental and physical well being.
The Sanskrit Day
was celebrated on Shravan Poornima on 21st August, 2021 in an online mode at KLES' International School, Belagavi. The meet was presided over by the Honourable Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley while the guest of honour was Pt. Shri. Dr. Shreeshacharya Namavali. The children celebrated the Day by singing Sanskrit songs, chanting the mantras and the shlokas and presenting speeches on the importance of the Sanskrit Day. The chief guest reiterated the fact about preserving this classical language by being familiar with the fine nuances of it. The principal was proud to announce the introduction of Sanskrit in the daily curriculum and was confident about the school's initiative in creating new pathways to preserve and popularize the Sanskrit language.
FREEDOM IN THE MIND, FAITH IN WORDS, AND PRIDE IN OUR SOULS!!!
KLES' International School, Belagavi celebrated the 75th Independence Day on 15th August 2021.
The celebration at school was a subdued affair due to the ongoing pandemic. The flag hoisting ceremony along with the singing of the National Anthem was attended by the students online (Classes IV to XII).
The chief guest was Mrs. Indira Shinge, Head Nurse at BIMS. She reiterated the need to inoculate and protect ourselves from the raging epidemic and was confident that we would all face this challenge and emerge victorious.
Teachers gave speeches and sang patriotic songs in recognition of the sacrifices of our legendary leaders.
Tulsi and Neem saplings were planted to commemorate the 75th anniversary of India's Independence.
Various activities were conducted in the primary section in remembrance of the heroic struggle for our Independence.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, in her message wished all a memorable Independence Day and stated that we had to strive together to achieve new milestones in performing our civic responsibilities.
HAPPY 74th BIRTHDAY TO OUR DEAR CHAIRMAN SIR!!!
Celebrating the birthday of Chairman Sir is an occasion which the children at KLES’ International School, Belagavi, eagerly look forward too. Dr. Prabhakar Kore has been a trendsetter in the commitment to develop and benefit diverse fields in health sciences, education and research. A pioneer and a world-class leader, he is an outstanding example of sheer grit, determination, and perseverance who has won accolades the world over. Visionary par excellence, an orator, and an accomplished debater!!! These charismatic qualities have made an indelible mark and propelled KLE Society to enviable heights. KLESIS is privileged to pay a befitting tribute to this trailblazer by celebrating his birthday in the most impressive and unique way. Even though the children participated in the celebrations in the online mode, the emotions and the feelings exhibited for their revered Chairman Sir, were just as exuberant and impressive as ever!
Children enjoy birthdays! Nothing can beat the eye-catching birthday cards, artistic caps, and yummy birthday cakes. Foot tapping dance numbers and birthday songs set the stage for a fun-filled birthday and that is just what the children showered upon Chairman Sir on his 74th birthday! They gifted him a fabulous video with the right blend of fun, laughter, and gratitude. The birthday wishes poured in from all the classes and it was a pleasure to watch these wonderful gifts designed and created by the children themselves.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, and the staff were occupied in a flurry of weeklong activity to make Chairman Sir’s 74th birthday, a memorable one. A sustainable approach in protecting the flora and fauna has been a top priority at KLESIS and a tree plantation drive was organized with each one planting a sapling, to boast a thick and lush canopy in a few years, in the school premises. The charity was also a part of the agenda with donations to the less privileged and the needy that is undoubted, the need of the hour, in these testing times of the pandemic. Food packets were distributed to the patients at the Covid Care Centre in BIMS and at the Chikumbi Math Orphanage.
These activities not only signify the deep love and affection for Chairman Sir but also portray the deep sense of commitment to society which is deep-rooted and is inspired through the actions of the stellar performer, Dr. Prabhakar Kore himself. A birthday wish once again to the greatest doyen of KLE society; bursting with tons of gratefulness, happiness, health, and everlasting hope that our prolific Chairman Sir will ceaselessly continue to motivate us all to contribute substantially to society through our noble deeds. A Happy Birthday to you dear Chairman Sir!!!
A salute to the bravehearts!!!
The Kargil Vijay Diwas is dedicated to all the bold and the beautiful souls who made India proud by their supreme sacrifice. Fighting it out in the harshest weather and the highest altitude while defending our country from the enemy.... speaks volumes about the indomitable spirit of our armed forces. On this 22nd anniversary of the Kargil Vijay Diwas, KLES' International School payed homage to these brave soldiers by presenting a sapling, a greeting card and sweets to Col. R. Khajuria,CO and Col. Aditya Verma, AO of the 26 KAR BN NCC.
Soup for the Soul!!!
Yoga and meditation hold the key to our physical and mental well-being. The International Yoga Day 2021, impacted the young and the old alike with its followers from different strata and different cultures and through its broad spectrum of activities and competitions.
KLES' International School, Belagavi was also a part of this mega celebration with the students and the teachers exhibiting their skills in yoga and meditation.
A beautiful collage represented these poses and postures wonderfully. The students Krushnali K, Daksha B, Ira Prabhu, Krupashri K and Atharva Savnur showcased their exceptional skills in various yoga asanas through video recordings.
Competitions were held prior to the International Yoga Day and the results were announced on the Yoga Day itself which boosted the morale of the students.
Yoga sessions were conducted for the students and the teachers to sensitize all about the significance of this great day.
The day's events unfolded a plethora of well-planned events portraying the immense benefits of the various aspects of yoga for a calm and composed mind and a flexible and fit body.
FOSTER the FLORA and FAUNA for the FUTURE !!!
The WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY was celebrated on June 5, 2021, at KLES' International School, Belagavi with the students from classes 1 to 10 contributing in a significant way to promote a Sustainable Green World sans pollution and vested motives.
The activities included :
■ Making an Organic bird feeder; Classes 1 and 2.
■ Making a bird house with shoe box or any other box; Class 3.
■ Making a scrapbook of the flora and fauna, in around their houses; Classes 4 to 7.
■ Identifying the names of 25 plants around the house using google lens; Classes 8 to 10
The students contributed wholeheartedly to the Environment Day Activity and there were a plethora of digital images overflowing in the media with all the children at their creative best.
The school NCC cadet's celebrated 'World Environment Day-2021' by participating in tree plantation drives, essay writing, and painting to sensitize one and all about the necessity of a clean and green world.
It was indeed a constructive and creative venture by talented students to protect and safeguard the environment for future generations.
We all are indebted to our dear Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley ma'am for always showering us with her abundant love and lessons of life. You are an absolute star when it comes to your motivational talk and guiding us in the right direction. The VANDANARPAN programme is a fantastic platform to instill a sense of pride and satisfaction in all of us and inspire us all to achieve more milestones in our professional as well as personal lives as invariably we are balancing both incredibly well.
So, a huge round of applause to our dear Principal ma'am.
The amount of dedication and hard work put in by our teachers is unparalleled when it comes to putting the best foot forward. Visualizing the bigger picture always has been the forte of our teachers and that is indeed the sole reason for their success in organizing such great events.
So, ladies and gentlemen, join your hands together for the formidable lot from KLES' International School.
At the outset, I would like to thank Manjunath Sir for the smooth conduct of the Vandanarpan programme by delegating the various tasks to the rightful teacher.
Next, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to Bhaurao Sir for the breathtaking stage arrangement and procuring the beautiful saplings.
Three cheers to Pooja ma'am, Deepa Naik ma'am, Seema Jalgar ma'am and Vidya ma'am for the wonderful backdrop, placards and outside board decoration.
The foyer decoration, the teacher's seating arrangement and the music system arrangement by Arti ma'am, Raghvendra sir, Vinayak sir , Priyanka ma'am and Shilpa ma'am deserve a special mention here. Kudos to all of them.
A fabulous chief guest stage arrangement by Seema Utture ma'am and Girija ma'am. Leena ma'am,Bharati Aigali ma'am and Nagaratna ma'am deserve a huge round of applause for their meticulous rangoli and lamp decoration art.
The invite by Veena ma'am and her team was inspiring.
I would also like to appreciate the efforts of Shivangini ma'am and her group along with Swati ma'am for their enthralling cultural event.
We don't know what we did do without Rahul sir and Anil sir who were in charge of the photo and the video section.
A big thank you to the Staff Welfare Committee. You are a life-saver with your refreshments and your endearing service.
So folks, let us all welcome the new session on a positive note.
A fervent wish for a normal situation once again and the whole of the school buzzing with the activities of a dynamic institution....ie..our KLES' International School.
So, looking forward to spending a great year with all of you once again and ALL THE BEST!!!
German Interaction Programme was organized on 25th March, 2021. Resource Person Ms. Mugdha (Co-ordinator, Goethe Institute, Bangalore) and Ms. Anita Chandramauli.
The International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8th March every year, with the annual event being recognized by the United Nations (UN).
The theme this year is 'Choose To Challenge'
A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change. So let's all change and reinvent ourselves for a happier world.
The Principal, teachers and the staff of KLESIS rejoiced in the spirit of sharing, caring, adapting to new situations and facing challenges with elan. The school reverberated with fun and laughter as the school paid tribute to the dynamism and the indomitable courage exhibited by women.
National Science Day is celebrated every year on the 28th of February. This day celebrates the notable invention, "Raman Effect" by India's greatest scientist C V Raman. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for this discovery. Since that day, February 28 is being commemorated as National Science Day where it is cherished by all science fanatics.
The theme for National Science Day 2021 is "Future of STI: Impacts on Education, Skills, and Work". The National Science Day 2021 aims to motivate the students to gain hands-on experience in the field of science.
The students of KLES’ International School, Belagavi from grade 6-8, pledged to develop a scientific attitude and safe guard the environmental balance, thus striving prudently to make a mark, world wide in the field of education and technology. Master Pratham Pai from grade 8 delivered the pledge and spoke at length on the need to redefine our commitment to nature and invariably science; the role of the youth in sustainable development and designing great innovations in science and technology for an impressive work culture, in the future.
On this occasion, various models and projects were created and demonstrated arduously, showcasing the zeal of the students and their teachers alike. The primary students too joined this ‘science fare’, online, (model making, hands on experiments etc.) with great gusto, highlighting the scientific inclination to preserve and conserve.
'A Cordial Welcome to the Spirited Lot of PU1'
The PU II students of KLES' International School, Belagavi accorded a warm welcome to their juniors at a dazzling, 'Fresher's Party', on 13th February,2021. The class 12 students despite their busy schedule, whole heartedly put up a splendid show replete with songs, dance and games to make the afternoon a cherished one.
The stage was festooned with colourful balloons, stickers and banners and the hosts, Arpit and Lohith welcomed the radiant youngsters on behalf of the management, Principal and the staff. The will to excel in the competitive world coupled with sheer determination and hard work was the message put across by Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley on this momentous occasion.
‘Be the change you want to see in this world, and feel proud to be an Indian’
KLES’ International School Belagavi, witnessed the celebration of the 72nd Republic Day on the 26th January, 2021. Principal, staff and students participated in the celebration with a feeling of patriotism.
The celebration started with the unfurling of the National Flag by the Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley followed by the salute and the National Anthem, sung by the staff choir group.
The Principal reiterated the importance of the constitution and advised the students to find opportunities in the upcoming challenges and to upscale themselves.
Thought-provoking speeches were delivered by Mrs. Aisha and Miss Kavya Patil (Grade 8) to celebrate the fact that we all stand as a united force in spite of our differences.
The Inter House Patriotic Group Dance Competition for teachers was organised by the school. The competition began with great zest and excitement. The participants dressed in colourful costumes, twirled around and set the stage on fire with their thrilling performance giving a glimpse of the unity in diversity of the nation.
The first place was bagged by Topaz House and Sapphire House, securing the 2nd place.
Online activities such as *Clay Modelling India flag’ for students of grade 2 and 3 and ‘Tri colour Rangoli ’ for parents and kids of grade1 were conducted.
The program ended with the message to create a great nation through collective efforts from all individuals.
'Ring out the Old and Ring in the New'
A plethora of activities experiencing the essence of love and compassion at KLES' International School, Belagavi. The exuberance and passion shone forth from the wonderful Christmas activities planned by the teachers for their children. The children basked in the spirit of Christmas and were enthralled by the festive fervor.
'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat' programme, a one-of-a-kind venture, initiated by CBSE, aims to enhance interaction & promote mutual understanding between people of different states/UTs through the concept of state/UT pairing. The states carry out activities to promote a sustained and structured cultural connection in the areas of language learning, culture, traditions & music, tourism & cuisine, sports and sharing of best practices, etc.
As Karnataka state is paired with Uttarakhand state this year, the child needs to be aware of the diverse cultures of both the states. This awareness was created through a wide array of activities specially designed with the motto of cultural connection and harmony.
Painting, composing poems and essay writing was included in these activities. The children wholeheartedly participated in this unique endeavor and were overwhelmed with the rich and varied culture of both Karnataka and Uttarakhand.
The existence and successful survival of Democracy in such diverse conditions is the most celebrated fact about our country and the constitution is its backbone.
To reinforce the significance of the Constitution the government of India declared 26thof November as Constitution Day on 19th November 2015 by a Gazette notification in remembrance of the Father of Indian Constitution Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
The occasion was celebrated in KLES' International School. The pledge was administered by the students and the staff.
Various activities were conducted for the students. Panel Discussion for classes 7th to 10th was instrumental in creating awareness about the constitution.
Speeches on our constitution were delivered by the students which beautifully showcased the journey of our constitution from history to its present-day form and its vital role in unifying our country and portraying it as an ideal one.
Poster making, Drawing, Painting, Slogan Writing, Fancy Dress, and Elocution Competitions were organized for students from classes 3 to 6. The response of the students was overwhelming.
The events were organized under the supervision of Mrs. Renuka M Nannoji, HOD Social Science Department.
Principal Mrs. Dipti Ingley appreciated the students for their active participation.
WISHES GALORE ON CHILDRENS' DAY
KLESIS witnessed frenzied activity today what with the Founders Day and the Children's' Day being celebrated on the same day. The 105th Foundation Year of KLE society. The Founders Day was celebrated at KLESIS with the Principal and staff paying tribute to the Saptarishis who had laid the foundation,105 years ago and made KLE society, a force to reckon with, today by transforming lives through education, health, and research under the able guidance of our beloved Chairman, Dr. Prabhakar Kore. Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, and the teachers sent the choicest wishes to the children with superbly crafted e-cards and videos. This gesture was appreciated by the parents and the children alike.
The underlying theme was facing challenging times with resilience, love, and compassion for a better world.
THE GRANDEUR CALLED KARNATAKA RAJYOSTAVA!!!
The Karnataka Rajyostava was celebrated sans children this year due to the ongoing pandemic.
However the staff spared no efforts in evoking the sentiments of valour, patriotism and love for the rich culture and tradition of Karnataka to mark this momentous occasion.
'A UNITED FORCE TO RECKON WITH'
A standing ovation to the overwhelming response of KLES' International School, Belagavi on the occasion of RASHTRIYA EKTA DIVAS(31st October 2020) for the portrayal of unity, patriotism, creativity, and a team spirit par excellence.
The pledge to preserve the unity, integrity, and security of the country was undertaken whose roots lay in the striking example of the unification of the states by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. All the students from classes I to X wholeheartedly rendered the pledge along with participation in quizzes, essay writing, and poster making competitions.
THE VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK was observed diligently by undertaking the e-Integrity Pledge by students (class X to XII) and staff of KLES' International School, Belagavi, on 30th October, 2020.
Practicing what is being preached students of class I and II have tried to imbibe the Gandhian way of lifestyle by doing gardening and cleaning of their house on occasion of ‘Gandhi Jayanti’.
A fit India fights back !!!
Dawn of a new beginning- 74th Independence Day.
May the glory of this day be an inspiration for tomorrow. KLES' International school celebrated Independence Day with the traditional religious fervor and zealousness amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. The covid, however, could not dampen the patriotic zest and the Indian high spiritedness.
The school observed all the safety measures of social distancing with no participation of children.
Principal Mrs. Dipti Ingley hoisted the National flag followed by the salute and national anthem sung by the staff. Online competition singing a patriotic song, fancy dress, and badge making were conducted for students of class 1 and 2.
1st August is the day that is eagerly awaited by all the KLEians to celebrate the birthday of a great humanitarian, a benevolent philanthropist, a multifaceted personality, visionary par excellence, and a pioneer who has redesigned the KLE society to face the challenges of the 21st century. Our beloved Chairman, honourable, Shri. Prabhakar Kore Sir has been the guiding force in all our endeavours and the Principal, the staff, and the students at KLES’ International School, Belagavi, wish him a very Happy Birthday on this joyous occasion.
The school has been instrumental in chalking out an elaborate plan to celebrate this occasion over the years. This year too the arrangements were in full swing with the students coming up with brilliant ideas to write messages and create and design lovely cards to wish our Chairman Sir. This art competition saw the participation of the students in large numbers with innovative ideas and it was a treat to view all the creative art.
The pandemic being the hindrance this year, the tree plantation drive, and the visit to Chikumbi Matt was carried out by the teachers themselves sans children. Food, grains and fruits were distributed to the orphanage as is the norm every year along with the planting of the saplings on this momentous occasion.
We at KLESIS wish our beloved Chairman sir, health, peace, and happiness always, and may Almighty bless him abundantly in all his future ventures.
‘Today a reader, tomorrow a leader’
KLES International strongly believes in this adage and subsequently celebrated ‘National Reading Week’ from 19th June to 18th July with a lot of zest and enthusiasm. The wide spectrum of activities which encouraged reading included storytelling, recitation, drawing a cartoon character, designing a book mark, puppetry, pencil sketch of famous author or poet, book review, essay writing, alternative book cover, composing a poem etc. The competitions apart from honing the skills of students, inculcated the habit of reading too, paving the way for a smarter and stronger nation.
The students of KLES' International School, Belagavi came up with a novel idea to sensitize everyone about the dire need to save our endangered species on the occasion of World Environment Day.
Miss Veera A. Jamadade and Master Adarsh A. Karkal both from class 6 created inspiring and innovative videos on the threat faced by a few dwindling species. It served the purpose remarkably as the awareness about these animals and plants brought accolades from all corners.
Yoga rejuvenates the soul. A happy soul is a celebration of life. A pandemic has disrupted our lives today and the realization about the preciousness of life has finally dawned.
So let us all cherish the present moment sans worries and doubts and make way for this artistic endeavour called YOGA.
KLES' International School, Belagavi, pays a tribute to this ancient art by presenting a short video on the occasion of International Day of Yoga.
MUN delegates. Superheroes of today, Torchbearers of tomorrow. A befitting tribute to MUN by our budding diplomat, Master Arush K. Doddwad.
A special assembly was conducted at KLES' International School, Belagavi on National Science Day to commemorate the discovery of the Raman Effect by Indian physicist, Sir C.V. Raman on 28th February, 1928. The theme this year is 'Women In Science' which aims to appreciate the contribution of women in the field of science. The assembly was a success with the science oath administered, conscientiously by the students, presentation on 'Women In Science', a song and dance rendition on the marvels of science and a visit to the laboratories for a general know-how on the mysteries and marvels in science.
Students of KLES' International School, Belagavi visited KLE Dr. M.S. Sheshagiri College Of Engineering and Technology, Udyambhag, Belagavi to attend the Vikram Sarabhai Centenary Programme which was a medley of activities ranging from interaction with scientists, videoshows and selfie corners to a fine display of SLV models and satellites.
The primary class students of KLES' International School, Belagavi were in for a rare treat on National Science Day when the daily occurrences in nature were explained in a scientific way. The demonstrations aroused the inquisitiveness and the interest of these students which triggered a veritable bedlam of ideas. It is these imaginations which create an awareness and ignite the young minds to channelize their energies towards sustainable growth. The day concluded with an interesting and an informative movie on the wonders of science.
The fond farewell to Class 12
The Glorious 71st Republic day was celebrated with lot of vigour and patriotic fervour at KLES’ International school. The Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley hoisted the flag, followed by the National Anthem. The contingent March Past troops gave the guard of honour to the National Flag and The Principal received the salute. There was a well coordinated march past by the Scouts and Guides , NCC cadets , Band and the students of Secondary section guided by Mr. Bhaurao. The Principal reiterated the importance of the constitution and advised the students to be a responsible citizen of India in future.
KLES' International School, Belagavi organised a grand farewell programme based on the theme , 'Journey Around the World' on 22nd January, 2020 where students of class IX bid farewell to the outgoing students of class 10. The function was blend of joy and agony as they will be embarking on an exciting sojourn to explore themselves and at the same time parting their ways with their beloved alma-mater.
A scintillating welcome dance was performed by the students at the beginning of the programme followed by a melodious rhapsody. A very creative short films showcasing the students life in a nutshell was presented by the students of class IX. The programme brought forth an excellent team work and leadership qualities of the students of class IX.
The Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley in her speech wished good luck to the students of class 10 batch of 2019-2020 for their future and appreciated their efforts. She also said that she hopes the students will continue holding top positions in the pursuit of their aspirations and encouraged them to face all the odds as it will make them stronger.
The students of KLES' International School, Belagavi watched the live telecast of PM Narendra Modi's, Pariksha Pe Charcha, in which he advised the students to face challenges head-on and take failures in their stride. He further stated that exams and good marks were not an end in itself. On the contrary, being always positive and motivated, would be the stepping stones to success during such setbacks. He further advised them to attempt the forthcoming board and entrance exams in a relaxed manner to bring out their best talents.
Emoting the dance styles impassionately !!!
KLES’ International School, Belagavi celebrated its Annual Day on 18th and 19th December, 2019 at JNMC Auditorium. The nine emotions (Navras) expressed in the dance forms were portrayed beautifully by the primary children; the legends of the bygone and the present era were showcased wonderful by the middle school children and the high school children danced impressively to the steps of hip-hop, salsa, jazz. Shri Barchaswa, CEO, Cantonment Board, Belagavi, Air Commodore Krishnan Sundarram(Veteran), Shri H. G Raghavendra Suhasa IPS graced these momentous occasions and were all praise for the exquisite performances. A host of dignitaries added beauty to this prestigious event.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley presented the annual report, and elaborated on the achievements of the students of the present academic session. Yet another milestone in global education was accomplished by KLESIS collaboration with the German government and the participation in the Joint Environmental Program (JEM), proved to be major feat in its endeavor to bridge the cross cultural ties.
KLES' International School, Belagavi celebrated the Constitution Day on 26th November, 2019 by reading the Preamble to the Constitution of India. The Pledge was administered by the students and staff.
Karnataka Rajyostav, 1st November, 2019- A day of honour and pride, was celebrated with a lot of vigour and gaiety by KLES’ International School. The day commenced with the hoisting of the flag followed by singing the state anthem. The ‘Naad Geete’ was sung with fervor and made all present, very proud to be a part of this significant day.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, was warmly welcomed with a floral bouquet to mark this prestigious moment along with the Heads of the Department, the coordinators and all the teachers who were the guiding sources for the smooth functioning of the programme.
A classical dance praising the glory of the state was performed beautifully by the students of seventh standard. Students of primary section sung a patriotic song to commemorate the sacrifices of the great leaders. A skit highlighting the pros and cons of usage of the mobile was performed aesthetically by the students of class seventh.
The Kannnada HOD, Mr. Manjunath, conducted the programme wonderfully along with Miss Sharadi Hegde of class sixth. It was overwhelming to see the enthusiastic participation from the students and their teachers.
Homage to benign and benevolent 'Bapuji' and 'Shastriji'
A befitting tribute was paid to Mahatma Gandhiji and Lal Bahadur Shastriji on 2nd October at KLES' International School.
Songs praising the virtues and Spartan life of Mahatma Gandhi was sung by the choir under the able guidance of Sujata ma'am and Elizabeth ma'am.A lively dance performance highlighting the luminous events of Gandhiji's life was performed by the students of class VI and VII which was choreographed by Shiamak Dance Academy.
Principal Mrs Dipti Ingley spoke on the ideals of the great leaders and advised the students to lead life with peaceful co-existence .The day ended with 'shram-daan' by the students and teachers signifying the importance of cleanliness in life.
Reading - A voyage of joy!
KLES’ International School in association with Scholastic India Pvt. Ltd. organized a ‘Book Fair’ in the school premises from 25th to 27th September, 2019 during the school hours.
II Gururbrahmha Gururvishn Gururdevoh Maheshwara Gurursakshat Parabrahmha Tasmai Shree Guruveh Namah II
In today's stressful world, health takes a backseat. One has to be aware about the benefits of healthy living.
As the common adage goes, the future of a country lies in the hands of its children and hence, teachers, as mentors, can mould students into future leaders who shape the destiny of India.
They play an important role in our lives, by teaching good values and instigating us to be the ideal citizens of the country. Teacher’s Day is celebrated to acknowledge the challenges, hardships and the special role that teachers play in our lives.
The students, on this special day, who hold their teachers in the highest esteem, present a beautiful programme to entertain the teachers. The teachers are fondly remembered by the students for their patience, warmth and their ever lasting love.
Class IX and X students were applauded by all the teachers for displaying a wonderful show.
You are what you eat?
In today's stressful world, health takes a backseat. One has to be aware about the benefits of healthy living.
A health checkup by the JNMC doctors was conducted to sensitize the students of KLES' International School on 22nd and 23rd August, 2019, about the advantages of a nutritious diet and exercise and the disadvantages of junk food and a lethargic way of life.
On the occasion of Sadbhavana Diwas, the students of KLES' International School, took the pledge to live in peace and harmony and work towards promoting brotherhood and serving humanity with love.
Independence day is a day of great happiness for the citizens of India. As we celebrate our 73rd Independence day, the sacrifices made by our great leaders come to the fore. As we reminisce about the glorious years spent in making India, a force to reckon with, we cannot but feel proud to be an Indian and follow the ideals put forth by the greatest minds.
KLES’ International School, Belagavi celebrated the Independence Day with fervor. The children sang the patriotic song which praised India’s achievements in science and technology, not to mention the recent Chandrayaan mission.
The children in their speeches urged all to maintain this pinnacle of success and to be motivated to surge ahead with confidence.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley on this occasion advised the students to assimilate the best of all and evolve India, in a rich, vibrant and a dynamic nation with a wonderful heritage and a vision for love, peace and harmony.
They also visited 'Gurukul' an old age home. It was an overwhelming experience to see the kids being blessed by the pleased residents. Ten kilos of dal and rice was donated on behalf of school.
KLES' International School, Belagavi lauded the relentless and impressive chairmanship of this visionary and showered him with their love and affection .
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, appreciated the path envisioned by the founding 'Saptarishis' and motivated the students to follow their dreams just like by our beloved Chairman, Dr. Prabhakar Kore.
That's one small step for a man, and a giant leap for mankind
GLORIOUS SOLEMN EVENTFUL INVESTITURE CEREMONY
The momentous day of Investiture ceremony dated 11th July and 12th July 2019, dawned to bestow responsibilities on the deserving young talents of the KLES' International School ,to lead their school with their confidence, commitment and competence.
The KLES' International School held the ceremony with great enthusiasm. The year 2019-20 was an important year for the primary section of the school as the cabinet was introduced for the first time. To inculcate leadership qualities in students, a council of ministers was formed ,on the basis of the elections that was conducted earlier.
The Coordinator of the school, Dr. Preeti Kore Doddwad graced the function on both the occasions. The Chief Guest of the functions were Dr.Padmini Ravindran and Ms. Sasmita Mohanty on the 11th and 12th July respectively. The school choir welcomed the dignitaries with the welcome song and the school dance troupe regaled the audience with their folk dance 'Bihu'. The pinning of the badges, an integral part of this solemn ceremony was done by the chief guests.
The Cabinet is led by Head
Boy, Master Arush Doddwad and Head Girl, Miss Saachi Hajare.
The function took place under the able guidance of Principal Mrs. Dipti Ingley.
“Winners are not the people who never fail but the one who never quit”
KLES' International School, Belagavi in its extreme glory and grandeur, celebrated Scholars Badge Ceremony on 25th and 26thJune 2019. They felicitated the toppers of the school of the year 2018-19.
The eminent Chief Guests of the function were Mrs.V Chitra Shankar and Dr. Prasad Rampure on 25th, 26th June respectively. The chief guest congratulated the students and said that success wasn't always about greatness but about consistency. Consistent hard work surely led to success. Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley, parents and teachers were all praise for these champions and appreciated their success.
“Inhale the future, exhale the past.”
Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self. On the occasion of International Yoga Day initiated by our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 21st June, 2015, KLES’ International School celebrated the 5th International Yoga day by conducting various yoga activities like pranayam, asanas and meditation for the students and the staff.A special assembly was conducted where in the Principal Mrs.Dipti Ingley spoke on the benefits of Yoga and advised the students to excel in the field they have chosen.The esteemed chief guests ,Mr. Siddhagiri Murgod and Mr.H.S. Satish were felicitated by the Principal.
The Principal later honoured Mr. Jay Prabhu (Asian Gold Medallist) and Ms. Nakshatra Shetty(National Champion).They showcased their talent and inspired the students.The classes were divided into different groups to perform yoga:-
Students from classes I to III practiced breathing techniques under the able guidance of Mr.Balasaheb and Mrs. Pooja Deshpande. Students were instructed on how Pranayam practiced daily help to reduce anxiety.
Students of classes IV to XII performed various yogasanas like ‘Suryanamaskar, Parvatasan, Dhanurasan’ etc under the able guidance of Yoga instructor Mr. Kishan Thorat.
The KLE Society, an organization dedicated to Transforming Lives through Education, Healthcare and Research is presently in its Centenary Year since establishment. The centenary commemorations have been ongoing over the past one and a half year and have included several events in the academic, healthcare and cultural domains.
SHATAM-2016 is a series of events that commemorate the 100th Year of the KLE Society.
It incorporates the elements of Nritya (Dance), Krida (Play), Natya (Drama) and Kala Kriti (Creativity), participated by thousands of students and staff members of the KLE Family.
School, Belagavi hosted the language festival
titled 'Lingua Mostra' which is a platform for
bringing together expressions of human thought
in the varied and diverse cultural contexts that
have been nurtured and have flourished in many
languages spoken in our cultural milieu. The
fest commenced on 1st September 2015 at 9.15am.
at JNMC Auditorium. The entire festive spirit
was laced with non stop and soul stirring
performances of 300 contestants from 20
different schools in and around Belagavi.
The Chief Guest of the function Dr. Y Manjunatha (Joint Commissioner Excise) and Dr. Preeti Dodwad, Coordinator KLES' English Medium Schools lighted the lamp and inaugurated the function. The other dignitaries present on the dais were Mrs Anupa Kaushik KLE M.M School Gokak, Mrs Anita L Principal Banyan School along them Mrs. Arti Mishra Principal KLES' International School, Belagavi.
With this thought in mind,the dignitaries lighted the Lamp and symbolically inaugurated the function. It was followed by Saraswathivandana and Inaugural Dance asking god to shower his blessing on us. Mr. Rayees Ahmed grade IV introduced the Chief Guest. On this occasion the Chief Guest addressed the vernacular languages took place from medieval times to modern world. He focused on that 40 million people speak kannada language. He also added that 950 million use English language across the globe. It is a window for global communication. He congratulated KLE International School for organising such a fest which will promote the celebration of languages. He advised the students to put in their best efforts without expectation for awards. He praised the participants for their zeal and enthusiasm and for putting up such a wonderful show. He said that the parents must encourage their children in academics as well as co curricular activities of the school. He said that children play an important role in building strong India by facing tremendous challenges of this era. All the audience were spell bound and thrilled with the various performances of the students.
All the participants and teachers were involved in the oath taking ceremony. Dr. Preeti Doddawad officially declared the Lingua Mostra open. The anchoring of the function was done by Master Pratham Pai grade III and Sharadhi Hegde grade II under the guidance of Ms. Apoorva Gudi.
The fest was celebrated in 3 languages English, Kannada and Hindi. Under English Language events that were conducted were Quiz,Turncoat and Streetplay. The judges to judge these events were
Mrs. Shyla Mehta, Mrs. Sushma Bhat and Mrs. Deepa Halapannavar.
Under Kannada Language events that were conducted were Prabandha Sparde, Swarachita Kavana Sparde and Aashubhaashana Sparde. These events were judged by Mr. R S Patil, Mr. B I Medakanatti and Mr. S K Talwar.
Under Hindi Language events that were conducted were Vaad Vivaad Pratyogita, Bhaktiras Kavita Path, Pradarshith Vigyaapan Lekhan Pratyogita. The judges to judge these events were Dr. Kalpana Bajpai, Smt. Varsha Kargar and Dr Ramesh Suje. The judges were the masters of their respective languages.