IIK Young Reporter

Kripa Susan Shaji


Kripa Susan Shaji

I am Kripa Susan Shaji, a 13 year old student studying in Gulf Indian School. My hobbies are Reading, writing, cycling. I play the piano. I like to play Cricket. I love athletics. I have participated and won various Drawing competitions, Quiz competitions, and song composing competitions. I have taken part in the British Council Examination for the Piano in which I came out in flying colours.

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Demonitization: Boon or Bane to The Indian Citizen

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India- The Past, Present and The Future

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Plastics: Use Of Plastics & Its Problems

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The IIK Young Reporter Program

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The Spirit Of Journalism

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Trees, Our Livelihood

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If the computer hadn't been invented............what were we to do?

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Ground Water The Lifeline of A Nat...

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IIK Young Reporter

IIK introduces a unique program “IIK Young Reporter” to encourage the writing skill for the young students from the community. Any student with a passion for creative writing and a little bit of interest in journalism and community activities can be a part of this program. Student from 6th standard to 12th standard studying in Schools here in Kuwait can be a part of this unique program. Click Here to register.

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