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Ian Faria speaks to KVASC students: Event by KVASC Alumni Association

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The Kendriya Vidyalaya, ASC Center, Bangalore Alumni Association organised an event on January 3, 2015 for the students of Class 11 and 12. Leading Executive Coach Ian Faria addressed the students of KVASC.

Ian Faria chose to speak on the topic "Choosing the Road Ahead". He is one of the country's leading Corporate Trainers and Executive Coaches. His speech shed light on what could be done in order to create a strong foundation for a clearer and better future. It also enabled students to understand the road ahead and the importance of decisions.

Before all students assembled in the auditorium the speaker Ian Faria mingled with students to warm them up for the event. He was seen having conversations to put the students at ease.

Ian Faria stressed the two main things anyone needs to be successful are "Confidence" and "Communication". The interaction with students was very interesting, couple of students who were shy came on stage to interact with Ian and within few minutes one could see the bolder part of that very same shy student.

The event also witnessed the presence of distinguished alumni of the prestigious institution along with the teachers, Principal and the students of class 12 of KV ASC, Bangalore. 

Here are a few essays written by students of KVASC about the inspirational talk given by Ian Faria.

Here are a few comments by the students of KVASC about the event:

Avinash Kumar, student of Class XI, Section C said, "Children aren't colouring books, you can't fill them with your own favourite colour, this is what Ian Faria made us realise; that we all have a talent beneath, that we need to recognise and brush it till it comes to its best."

Adrita Sen, student of Class XI, Section C said, "Live your dreams, be confident and make yourself presentable. This is what is the need of the hour from you. Mr. Ian Faira made us realise that we should recognise our talent, and do whatever we want to in a tactful way. In our present day confidence and communication skills are the qualities everyone looks for."

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

India's leading executive coach Ian Faria of Talk Temple speaks to the students of KV ASC.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

Students meet and greet Ian Faria.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

Mr. Ian Faria answering to students queries during the interaction session.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

Teachers, and the Vice Principal of the school and a few alumni with Ian Faria.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

Student gives a token of thanks, from the Alumni Association to Ian Faria.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

Student thanks Ian Faria for his brilliant and motivating talk. She said she feels a lot more confident and isn't afraid anymore to express her views.

Event by KVASC Alumni Association

The whole troop of students, teachers, and alumni of the school.

About KVASC Bangalore Alumni Association
Kendriya Vidyalaya ASC Center (S), Bangalore began its glorious journey in the year 1974 at the New premises at Victoria road, from its earlier picturesque location of the Army campus.

The place provides an ideal environment for teaching-learning process. Here the future citizens are provided with ample opportunities to nurture their literary, cultural & physical skills.

The alumni association was formed in 2013 under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 on February 27, 2013.

For more information visit, KVASC Bangalore Alumni Association

About KV ASC
KV ASC Center started as Regimental School & came into the fold of KVS in the year 1963. Situated at the heart of Bangalore, the school is a haven of learning and knowledge. There are 59 class rooms, 04 labs, 03 computer labs and 09 other rooms. The campus has ample space for Sports activities and special provision for conducting volley ball, basket ball, kho-kho, hand ball and related sports.

For further information, visit, KV ASC.

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