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Annual Function: 2022

On 27.05.2023, at Krishna International School, the students of classes 6th to 12th, who performed excellently in various activities for the session 2023-24, were rewarded with badges and trophies. Apart from this, scholarship and certificate of about Rs 8 lakh were given to the topper students of class 10th by the school. Student committee elections were also held in the school in which online voting was done by the students of classes 5 to 9 and along with the elected officials, teachers also voted for the President. This voting was done through ballot paper. The program was started by SP Rural Mr. Palash Bansal, Managing Director of the school Mr. Praveen Agarwal, Principal Mrs. Nandani Singh, jointly garlanding the statue of Maa Saraswati and light the lamp and offering prayers. Thereafter, senior students presented a melodious welcome song to welcome the chief guest and many other cultural programs were also presented. In his address, Chief Guest SP Rural Shri Palash Bansal congratulated the students who performed excellently and wished them for their bright future and praised the facilities like scholarship etc. being given to the students by the school administration. Thereafter, in the presence of SP sir, the parents of the students were invited on the stage one by one and with their hands, their children were made to wear badges due to which both the children and the parents felt proud and everyone's face was filled with happiness. The Principal informed all the students about their duties and administered the oath.

1. List of selected officials -
S. No. Student’s Name Class Tenure
1. Yatishi Agarwal XII President
2. Aarush Tuteja XII Head Boy
3. Nubja Fatima XII Head Girl
4. Arya Bhargava XII Treasurer
5. Prathvi Singh XII Sports Captain
6. Eshvi Sachdeva XII Cultural Head Girl
7. Adrash Kumar XII Cultural Head Boy
8. Aditya Chaudhary XII Ganga House Captain
9. Udank Agarwal XII Yamuna House Captain
10. Yashika Singh XII Saraswati House Captain
11. AyushiVerma XII Kaveri House Captain
2. List of students with highest marks (toppers)-
School Exam
Student Name Class
Board Exam
Student Name Class
Those who got 100% marks subject wise
Student Name Class Subject

22 November, 2022

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Annual Function: 2022

The ninth celebration of International Yoga Day was celebrated in the premises of Krishna International School on 21 June 2023. Since the beginning of the pandemic Covid-19, the need for every human being to develop positive energy and better immunity has increased even more. Under the guidance of skilled yoga instructors, teachers and students practiced meditation and yoga in an open environment. In this program, instructers explained the importance of yoga in life to the teachers and students and introduced them to various traditional yoga asanas and practiced yoga which included Surya Namaskar, Pranayam, Anulom-Vilom, Bhujangasana and PawanMuktasana etc. All the teachers and students practiced various yoga asanas with great attention and interest. Managing Director of the school, Mr. Praveen Agarwal himself attended the yoga training and practiced yoga and in his address, he encouraged all the teachers and students to adopt yoga and meditation in life. Principal Mrs. Nandani Singh, while explaining the importance of yoga in life, advised all the teachers and students to do yoga for fifteen to twenty minutes every day.


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77th Independence Day Celebration

The 77th Independence Day of Independent India was celebrated with immense spirit of patriotism at Krishna International School. The school management along with the staff were present at the school assembly ground for the flag hoisting. Managing Director of the school, Mr. Praveen Aggarwal hoisted the flag and wished everyone a happy Independence Day. After that everyone sang the national anthem.

On the occasion of 77th Independence Day, students reminded the heroes, threw light on many incidents and presented many cultural programs, all the programs were captivating. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh also remembered Subhash Chandra Bose, Khudiram, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Chandrashekhar Azad etc. and when the students were made to stand in the shape of the map of Bharatmata, the auditorium echoed with Bharatmataki Jai.

School Principal Mrs. Nandani Singh wished everyone a happy Independence Day.


Teacher's Day celebrated with pomp

On Teachers' Day, which was celebrated on the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan at Krishna International School, all the children expressed their affection and respect towards the teachers and received the blessings of the teachers by gifting them pens, greeting cards and saplings. In a special program organized on Teacher's Day, the school's Managing Director Mr. Praveen Aggarwal, Principal Mrs. Nandani Singh lit the lamp in front of the statue of Mother Saraswati, the goddess of learning, and garlanded the picture of Mr.S Radhakrishnan. Addressing everyone, Shri Praveen Aggarwal said that no teacher is good or bad, rather we all should become true teachers and set an example for the students. Remembering his guru, he also narrated an enlightening story

In the second part of the program, titles and gifts were also given to the teachers and cultural programs were presented by the students. On this occasion, student Diya Singh praised the teachers in her speech, which was appreciated by everyone. At the end, the Principal addressed everyone in her speech said that it is the duty of every person to be free from the three debts of parents and teachers and you are one of those three. Mother gives birth, father nurtures and Guru brings him from darkness to light. That's why your importance is the highest. Understand your importance and spread light in the entire world. My best wishes are with you.


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Celebration in Krishna on Krishna's birth anniversary

Many cultural and colorful programs were organized at Krishna International School on the auspicious occasion of Lord Krishna's birthday. Since morning there was discussion among the students about the programs to be held in the school on the eve of Janmashtami. In the prayer meeting, students described all the incidents related to the life of Lord Shri Krishna. Again, a colorful program was organized in the huge auditorium of the school, the students took the charming form of Krishna Gopikas. Children gave various dance performances on various folk songs. Children presented a dance drama based on the birth story of Lord Shri Krishna. Everyone was stunned to see the leela of naughty child Krishna breaking the pot. In a special presentation, students presented bhajans based on the pastimes of Lord Krishna. Managing Director Mr. Praveen Aggarwal and Principal Mrs. Nandani Singh praised the program and thoroughly enjoyed it. Managing Director Shri Praveen Aggarwal, while describing the life of Lord Shri Krishna, gave the message to the students to imbibe the life objectives of Lord Shri Krishna. The program was conducted by senior students. Teachers had a special contribution in the successful organization of the program.


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Students of Krishna International School were selected in NCC Inter Battalion Competition.

Under the direction of Group Commander Brigadier SS Bhogal, BSM, Headquarters Inter Battalion Competition was organized, the main objective of the Inter Battalion competition was to select combative and disciplined candidates for RDC and to create a strong team. So, that more and more candidates of Aligarh Group can become a part of the Republic Day Parade.

A total of 272 cadets from 8 battalions participated in the program out of which four cadets from Krishna International School were selected. He received 8 gold medals, 1 bronze medal, 2 silver medals. Other cadets of the school were also very impressed after hearing this news. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh congratulated the four cadets and encouraged them to participate enthusiastically in the upcoming programs. During the competition, 3 UP KanyaVahini Commanding Officer Colonel RP Srivastava, Administrative Officer Colonel Abhimanyu Singh 39, 8 UP Administrative Officer Colonel Yogendra Pandey 3 UP ANO Lt. Meenu Sharma Krishna International School, Senior GCI Nidhi Yadav and other officials were present.


Hindi Diwas Celebration

'Hindi Day' was celebrated today on 14th September at Krishna International School. The special program organized on the occasion of Hindi Day was inaugurated by the school principal, Mrs. Nandani Singh by lighting the lamp in front of the statue of Mother Saraswati. Hindi Department Head Shri M.S. Sharma recited a self-written poem on this occasion and described the cooperation of poets like Kabir, Surdas, Nirala etc. as an important step in the development of Hindi. He also expressed his gratitude to many writers like MunshiPremchand and Bhartendu Harish Chand and said that due to their contribution, today Hindi is at its peak in India and in other countries too. It needs further decoration. He also appreciated the contribution made by Raja MahendraPratap Singh in the field of education and told in full detail about the PremVidyalaya opened in Vrindavan and its operation and said that every student of this school has contributed something or the other for India. On this occasion, the Principal expressed sorrow over the forgetting of literature written in Hindi language and advised the young generation to encourage Hindi language. Hindi department teachers Mrs. Gaura Pandey, Manju Rani, Monica Garg and Pooja Rathi also expressed their views and said that Hindi is the pride of our country and we have to make every possible effort for its upliftment. Only then can we realize the dream of a happy, prosperous and prosperous India.


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Hindi Diwas Celebration

As the sun dawned on [School Name], an air of reverence and reflection permeated the campus on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Students, teachers, and staff gathered to pay homage to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, on his birth anniversary.
The day commenced with a special assembly, where students showcased their understanding of Gandhian principles through speeches, skits, and recitations. The emphasis was on values such as truth, non-violence, and communal harmony, which Gandhiji advocated throughout his life.
In an effort to bring history to life, the school organized an exhibition featuring photographs, quotes, and artifacts related to Mahatma Gandhi. Students had the opportunity to delve into the life and times of the leader who played a pivotal role in India's struggle for independence.
A significant aspect of the celebration was a tree-planting drive, symbolizing the growth of Gandhian ideals in the hearts of the younger generation. Students actively participated, reinforcing their commitment to environmental sustainability, a cause close to Gandhiji's heart.
The day concluded with a prayer for peace, echoing Gandhiji's dream of a harmonious and united nation. Students left the event inspired, carrying the torch of Gandhian values forward into their lives.
Gandhi Jayanti at KISwas not just a commemoration but a call to action, urging everyone to embody the principles that Mahatma Gandhi stood for. It served as a reminder that the teachings of this great leader continue to guide and inspire generations to come.


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Krishna International School's badminton team selected for CBSE National

Players of Krishna International School performed brilliantly and secured second place in the CBSE East Zone Badminton Competition held in Lucknow. Besides, these students were also selected for CBSE National Badminton Tournament.

The school principal said that the annual championship of CBSE East Zone is organized every year. This year this championship was held at MGM Kaushambi Presidency School, Lucknow from 9 to 12 October in which 97 teams from the boys category participated. In which Vedansh Sharma (XI A), Purusharth Tiwari (XI D) and Akshit Chaudhary (X C) from Krishna International School successfully passed the six-stage competition and presented the best challenge amidst tough competition in the finals by just only a few margins, got second place. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh congratulated all the players on their success and wished them all the best for CBSE National.


Krishna International School's badminton team selected for CBSE National

Date 30.10.2023 Rajat Gupta, a student of Krishna International School, performed brilliantly and secured second place in the (Under-19) category in the CBSE Cluster Table Tennis Competition held in Lucknow. Besides this, the student has also been selected for the CBSE National Table Tennis Championship.

School Principal informed that CBSE Cluster Table Tennis Competition was held in Navyuga Radiance Public School, Lucknow from 26th to 28th October in which 12 teams participated in the boys category (under.19). In which Rajat Gupta from Krishna International School successfully passed the four stages of competition and presented the best challenge amidst tough competition in the finals and secured second place by just a slight margin. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh congratulated everyone on the success of the students and wish him all the best for the CBSE National Table Tennis Championship. She also told that earlier in the same session, the school's badminton team had also been selected for CBSE Nationals.


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Unity Day Celebration

KIS celebrated a dual occasion of immense significance as students, teachers, and staff joined hands to observe Unity Day along with the birth anniversary of the Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh led the community in taking the unity oath, and Mr. Praveen Agarwal, the Managing Director, delivered an inspiring speech commemorating the legacy of Sardar Patel.

The day commenced with a sense of reverence as students gathered for a special assembly. Principal Mrs. Nandini Singh, adorned in the spirit of unity, administered the unity oath to the entire school, emphasizing the values of togetherness, inclusivity, and respect for diversity. The oath-taking ceremony served as a powerful reminder of the need for unity in fostering a strong and harmonious community.

Mr. Praveen Aggarwal, in his speech, paid tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, highlighting his instrumental role in unifying India after independence. He drew parallels between Sardar Patel's vision for a united nation and the school's commitment to fostering a cohesive learning environment. The Managing Director urged students to emulate Sardar Patel's spirit of unity and dedication to the nation.

To honor the birth anniversary of Sardar Patel, students presented cultural programs and skits depicting key events from his life. The celebration also featured a special exhibition showcasing Sardar Patel's contributions to the nation-building process, providing students with insights into the history and values he stood for.

The school premises were adorned with art installations symbolizing unity in diversity, showcasing the creativity of students in expressing the essence of the occasion. The event served as a platform for students to not only celebrate but also reflect on the importance of unity in their lives and in the fabric of the nation.

As the day concluded, [School Name] echoed with a sense of pride, unity, and commitment to upholding the values that both Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and the concept of Unity Day symbolize. The celebration left a lasting impression on all