KiiT International School Hosts IC3 Regional Forum for Educators


KiiT International School in association with the IC3 Movement hosted the IC3 Regional Forum Bhubaneswar which brings together leadership and staff from high schools in regions for a focused dialogue on the significance of career and college counselling as an integral function in schools.

The meet was held on the KiiT International School campus to foster a sense of community among the educators and was attended by secondary school counselors, teachers, and administrative staff from schools across the city. The keynote speech at the day-long meet was delivered by Professor Ashoka Kumar Das, Vice-Chairperson, Odisha State Higher Education Council. Dr. Mona Lisa Bal, Chairperson, KiiT International School and other dignitaries also graced the event.

The IC3 Movement is committed to improving the ratio of resource allocation across schools in India, with the goal of making career counselling for high school students easily accessible and sharing useful information with educators. The IC3 Regional Forum held at KiiT International School provided attendees with access to content-based breakout sessions, planned networking sessions and connections to global universities at the accompanying virtual fair and symposium. Additionally, participants were granted access to the IC3 Regional mobile app and a digital booklet summarising the information shared during the event.

KiiT International School is dedicated to the delivery of holistic education to its students and the consistent improvement in resources and training of staff required to achieve it. The School’s emphasis is on shaping the educational as well as career-oriented strengths of its students. It now plans on taking career counselling to the next level with a state-of-the-art pioneering career counselling lab that will provide unparalleled assistance to their students. The forum sparked conversation regarding the guidance practices that can help students succeed in terms of higher education by identifying their talents and nurturing them by finding the right institutions and environments for them to improve.