Written by Varsha Ponappa and Roxanne Tarapor (Class of 2010). After KIS, Varsha went to Depauw University in Indiana where she majored in Peace and Conflict studies and minored in Anthropology. Roxanne went to the University of Buckingham, UK where... 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.
Over 1500 students representing 30 different countries from schools all over the world met in Manila to vie for a coveted slot in the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions, which will be held at Yale University in the U.S. early in November. The Manila Round was the last regional competition prior to the finals, following earlier rounds in Beijing, Durban, Amsterdam, Astana (in Kazakhstan), and Sydney.