Induction Programme for Class XI

Published on: 01 Jul 2022

Transitions are never easy. Right from a toddler to a student of the senior most class, the journey that a student traverses is no less than a roller-coaster.  However, the most challenging leg of this journey is probably the metamorphosis from being a care-free secondary stage student to a focussed and career-oriented senior secondary schooler. To make this inevitable change as seamless as possible, M.C.Kejriwal Vidyapeeth organised an induction programme for our Class XI students as they begin a new chapter of their lives.

 On July 1 2022, the Senior Stage Coordinator, Ms Sanchita Sarkar, welcomed the new batch of Class XI students, comprising some familiar and some new faces, in the school auditorium. It was our proud privilege to have amongst us as our keynote speaker, Swami Vidyamritananda, Principal, Ramakrishna Mission Shikshana Mandira, Belur Math, on this occasion. Hearing Swamiji address the boys was truly priceless! Our dear Chairman, Mr.Kishan Kumar Kejriwal, welcomed the new students into the MCKV family emphasizing the need of setting a goal and working diligently towards it. Our Director, Mr. Neelkantha Gupta, encouraged our students to think beyond their self and adopt a universal consciousness. The event was an attempt to familiarize our senior secondary boys with the MCKV way of life, introduce them to several institutional practices, and inculcate in them the ethos and culture of the institution. They were taken on a virtual tour of the school, its achievements and glories, through an AV presentation. The unique features that sets MCKV apart from other run-off- the mill schools- Interact Club, NCC, Business Enterprise, IAYP - were highlighted through evocative PPT presentations by the respective departments.

At the end of the session, our boys were not only able to strengthen stronger ties with each other and the faculty members, but also were exposed to a sense of larger purpose and inspired to add meaning to their lives in whatever they do.