City school holds Leadership Summit

BANGALORE: Students of V grade from Indus International School displayed their talents at the Leadership Summit held on their campus recently. The summit was against the backdrop of the

Published: 16th April 2012 08:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:33 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Students of V grade from Indus International School displayed their talents at the Leadership Summit held on their campus recently.

The summit was against the backdrop of the threemonth intensive leadership training programme held by the Institution on issues surrounding environment, corruption, poverty alleviation, conflict resolution, pollution and awareness on technological growth in the country.

At the summit, six students from V grade debated on the topic ‘Can Children be Leaders’.

Sidhant Rastogi, a student said, “To bring change we need to accept the changing scenario in the society and be ready to face challenges.

Having leadership quality is equally important to bring the change and never give up on challenges that come your way.

Commenting on the programme, Anisha Choda, another student said, “This training programme has brought a tremendous change and positive attitude in us and at the same time we have also built up analytical skills.” Indus CEO, Lt, Gen Arjun Ray and Principal Sarojini Rao released the book ‘A Day In History.’

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