I'm currently a practising litigant at the Delhi high court and district courts of New Delhi. After I finished my studies at kailasanadha
vidyanikethan, I went on to study for a degree in law and management at Sharda University. A BBA LLB (integrated)
graduate, having continuously achieved academic excellence and completed post-graduation, LL.M in Corporate, Banking,
and Insurance Law.
Simple things hold great meaning when they are from their school days. When I think back to some of the earliest times, I can only remember tiny sparks and flickers of certain moments. However, at a certain age, I began to remember more vividly the events in my life. I remember the first time I set foot in this school back on 2nd June 2012. Unlike other schools in Trissur, this school is located on a remote hill set in the backdrop of a forest which provides a cool atmosphere throughout the year. The individual attention and care of the faculty in kailasanadha vidyanikethan to each student is highly commendable. I was a student of science and was among the third batch of students in kailasanadha vidyanikethan. I still remember especially during my first year at kailasanadha vidyanikethan how students were struggling with the change.
I feel privileged to have had such a unique education and faculty, who nurtured my self-confidence and encouraged us to learn from our drawbacks and falls. I firmly believe that the surroundings and people of kailasanadha vidyanikethan solidified my desire to always rise back from failures and falls. The risks I had taken to begin to move from a position of pusillanimous to one of openness, from self- flagellation to something closer to self-acceptance.
I always remember them with great respect and always be thankful. Some of the great memories of friendship, brotherhood, and immense flow of wisdom from great minds in the rustic beautiful campus of kailasanadha vidyanikethan. It was with great sadness that I left the threshold of this institution and will always remember this institution with fond memories.
Here I want to pour out my heart but I think that kailasanadha vidyanikethan is such a great school for making you feel cared for as an individual, rather than lost in a big crowd and I guess that's something we may not appreciate properly until we look back on it. I was able to be utterly and completely myself, not forced into becoming something that I wasn't, and encouraged that anything was possible. Hence, I pursued a career that not many thought of. I'm sure this stemmed from the core values of the school, not just teaching a curriculum but also a positive way of life. I have so many fond memories of my high school years; it's a time in my life that I always cherish. We should all cherish our school memories as they can always be our bliss of solitude.
I'm a graduate in B.A. (Hons) in Social Work with Specialization in Rural Development Programme. What a treat it is to return to your area of study and give a lecture! Kailasanadha Vidyanikethan. I can still clearly recall the day I enrolled here for grades 11 and 12. It was a combined engineering coaching batch. My two years of education have helped me to understand the value of several essential lifelines. I gradually realized that my enthusiasm was different from engineering. I became aware of this and looked into more courses in the humanities stream. I learned about the bachelor's program through the Tata Institute of Social Sciences Tiss! And this course made me feel so much!! I've always been interested in society and people. A radical change in the field of study! It was challenging for me to persuade my parents that switching from PCM to humanities was worthwhile. This session allowed me to demonstrate my skills in a setting where many people are inspired to become engineers or doctors rather than just an opportunity for alums to speak.
I am former student of Kailasanadha Vidya Nikethan Mannuthy, and now I am Resident in Neurosurgery in Irkutsk State Railway Hospital Irkutsk Russia In November I had an opportunity to talk with my junior students currently studying in KVN. On that day recall the influence of the school which lies inside the womb of nature. The life in KVN helps me to mould my life to success. The habits I get from there like yoga etc are still an asset to my life. The teachers like Anitha mam and all who discovered the talents inside me are the main reason for my success. In my interaction with my students I explained the students how my school, Late Purushothaman Sir and Sarala Mam influenced me and my future.