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Republic Day celebration at St Catherine School
On the occasion of Republic Day, a rally was organised by St Catherine School, Veera Desai Marg in Andheri (West), to protest discrimination and crimes against women.
Schoolchildren staged a road show as part of the rally that took the J R Road, Azad Nagar route to Makadpada.
Through the road show, students tried to convey the message of fighting for women's rights.
Around 1,200 schoolchildren, former students, parents, teachers and others participated in the rally held under the guidance of principal Juliet D'abrio.
Georgia College and State University tour of KBS, KIMI KET's Kohinoor Business School and KIMI School of Hospitality Management sent four students and a faculty to Georgia College and State University, US, on a week-long collaborative learning tour. The purpose was to provide the students a global platform and share their experience with students and faculty back home.
Georgia College Dean Dale Young drew up a tight schedule for the students that was a blend of academics, co-curricular and cultural activities.
On the first day, the students and faculty had a one-to-one with faculty members of Georgia College.
Sapanjeet, a first-year MBA student at KBS, said: "It was one of finest interactions I had. I got an opportunity to meet global faculty which changed my perspective of MBA."
The students also attended a session with Georgia College students.
Kartik Iyer, also a first-year MBA student, said: "I interacted and shared knowledge with students from diverse cultures. It gave me an opportunity to look at the world from a truly global perspective."
The students attended sessions on consumer behaviour, global communication and business strategy.
A few student representatives of Georgia College took the visitors on a tour of the college. Nikhila Walawalkar, another first-year student, could not hide her excitement when she had an opportunity to hold a rifle and shoot.