The students of KLES' International School, Belagavi ( classes VIII to XII) attended an exhibition 'Prayog Varsh-22', on 26th August 2022, at the KLE Dr M S Sheshgiri College of Engineering and Technology Academic Block.
75 projects / prototypes in the fields of agriculture, food processing and mechanical industry applications, pattern drawing, domestic household appliances, miscellaneous separations, pill dispensers and medical appliances were exhibit which were undertaken by 300 students’ studying in first year engineering.
Engineering Students explored various aspects of engineering design process, seamless nature of engineering, problem-solving, data analysis, team building, professional ethics, sustainability and project management.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Nitesh Patil, (IAS), Deputy Commissioner, Belagavi, Chief Guest of the function appreciated the exemplary Project based learning activity by the first year students.
Principal, Mrs. Dipti Ingley appreciated the fact that the projects focused on both hands on and minds on learning and encouraged the scientific temperament in the students.
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.
Class I - Picnic to Science Park
8th January, 2020 Class 5 visit to Central Village of Pottery Institute, Khanapur, Belagavi.
Class 7 Picnic on 28th, November, 2019.
Exploring the Wild!
Field trip to Ramkrishna Ashram and Kamal Basati
The Social Science and Hindi teachers of KLES’ International School, had organized a field trip for students of class VI to Ramkrishna Ashram and Kamal Basati on 13th October,2017.
A total of 137 students attended the field trip under the expert guidance of Ms Seema Jalgar, Ms Rini Singh , Ms Vijaya Jadhav , Ms Archana Kadam and Ms Savita Hulleshwari. The trip began with the students visiting Ramkrishna Ashram where they learnt the importance of being focused and persistent. The children were greatly inspired by Swami Vivekananda.
Later the children were taken to Kamal Basati where they learnt about the Jain heritage and the Ratta dynasty that ruled Belagavi in the 11th century.
It was a great learning experience for the students and they enjoyed every bit of it.