The visionary starts with a clean sheet of paper, and reimagines the world.
I feel thrilled when I come across a common person speaking very high of KIIT but I personally believe a lot more yet has to be done in the field of education. Our forefathers evolved the education system and continued to leave their footprints on the sands of time.
They had enlightened us about the use of NATURE for our essential needs. They guided us how to recycled and regenerate for survival of our "Mother Earth ". We must awake and conserve for our coming generations.
KIIT fraternity, being in the field of education, has to understand that our mission is to contribute in putting a stop to any further exploitation of our Mother Earth which has already become too feeble to bear with it any more. We can not forget the first unique conversation from space to the earth by an Indian Astronaut to the then Prime Minister of India, who stated with excitement and exclamation “Sare Jahan Se Achha….” appreciating the beauty of Mother Earth. Now this beautiful mother earth is at the verge of collapse as corroborated by the global warming as a consequence of rupture of ozone layer.
We have to teach our students the ways and means to protect the humanity by understanding, appreciating and following the Laws of Nature which unfortunately are being neglected.
I wish to put on record my appreciations and gratitude to the esteemed, highly qualified, world renowned, internationally recognized and honoured faculty of KIIT World for their continuous, untiring efforts and immense contributions without which we could not have crossed so many milestones and reached to the present levels of achievements.
Sh. B.R Kamrah
Chairman, Vidyapati Sansthan