The Archives office at KIS has been documenting the photographs and travel logs of Nora Mitchell, gifted to KIS in 2009. The current collection is available on the KIS Archives website. The Nora Mitchell collection is significant as it records... Continue Reading →
KIS has involved students in deep conversations regarding equity, diversity, bias and inclusion in various ways. This semester, we have maximized our virtual platform to engage with multiple speakers and provide outlets for our student voices. We are happy to showcase... Continue Reading →
Oddly Nancy and David Piet had found themselves caught amidst a nationwide pandemic lockdown in Kodai. Flights were cancelled, and while they were patiently waiting to hear from the consulate about repatriation flights, Nancy decided to assist the Alumni Office,... Continue Reading →
Meet Mark Johnson (Class of 1997), Founder and CEO of moneyguru, one of India’s fastest-growing investment platform apps. Mark’s curious mind, made him take a closer look into the financial investment industry, only to realize that they didn’t cater to... Continue Reading →
Celebrating the 200 year birth anniversary of the founder of the Kodaikanal Lake, Sir Henry Vere Levinge Kodaikanal is celebrating the bicentennial birth anniversary of the creator of the Kodaikanal Lake, Sir Henry Vere Levinge, collector of the Madurai District.... Continue Reading →
I recollect my father telling me, when I asked him to buy me something, ‘if you want it, try and make it yourself’. Entrepreneurship to me is developing solutions and is problem-oriented; however, running a business is selling to make a profit and is product-oriented.
Football is more than just a game. To us, football is a friend. Everyone up here today can say with certainty, that they have developed because of it.