One of sets of the uniform students expose with
A sense of Dressing is rocking at KIFA
Kole Intellectual Forum (KIFA) has taken sense of quality dressing with paramount importance. They believe that: dressing sensibly reflects your personality, character, mood, style and what actually you are as an individual. People wearing gaudy clothes with loud make up are generally extroverts and love partying; and, one can clearly understand without any other means of communication what sort of a person an individual is by his/her dressing.
It is now part of the culture of the organization that: dressing professionally can help students and staff of the organization to present themselves positively, giving a look to others to see a professional image to the organization. Even if our students and staff dress casually or wear a uniform, they make sure they look neat and displaying a reception that is positively accepted.
In the concept of attitude and confidence: the organization proclaims that: dressing well makes one look good and automatically feel better. When he/she feels good on the outside, they are more likely to feel good on the inside, which on the other side contributes into boosting of their attitudes and self-confidence, and subsequently supplies them with more energy to treat themselves and others around us better; that is making them more of self-reliance and others to rely on them.
Hence, GlobalGiving, your connection of Kole Intellectual Forum to donors on your platform is communicating a lot of positivity to the world; the politics of quality education is broad; quality dressing can add on to.
Students professionally dressing in classroom
Another professionally dressing in classroom
Boys integrated into girls' project well dressed
students, staff & project van well dressed
Students & staff in another version of dressing
staff alone in their lovely attire
Students in the weekend dressings
Students at their sportwear uniform dressing
Another set of sportwear uniform in dressing
A set of dressing for outing
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Dressing encourages candidate classes: KIFA