KROS : Kabir's Roll of Old Students , an Alumni of St. Kabir Public School

Message From The KROS Core Team

KROS Core Team (L-R) : Rosy Ahluwalia 1987, Arashdeep Lehal 1997, Rajinder Singh Ahluwalia 1992, Vishal Aggarwal 1996, Ramandeep Sarpal 2000, Adit Kapoor 1997, Pankaj Chandgotia 1985, Navdeep Singh Kalsi 2001. Missing in Photograph : Gurbir Singh Sekhon 1983, Deepinder Singh Kalsi 2000

KROS Core Team (L-R) : Rosy Ahluwalia 1987, Arashdeep Lehal 1997, Rajinder Singh Ahluwalia 1992, Vishal Aggarwal 1996, Ramandeep Sarpal 2000, Adit Kapoor 1997, Pankaj Chandgotia 1985, Navdeep Singh Kalsi 2001. Missing in Photograph : Gurbir Singh Sekhon 1983, Deepinder Singh Kalsi 2000


              KROS symbolizes a cumulative force of ex-students of St. Kabir Public School, comprising from the Batch of ’81 to the batches till date, who have excelled and carved ambitious careers for themselves. KROS members have made their presence felt in all walks of life, encompassing careers of civil servants, engineers, doctors, pilots, corporate executives, merchant bankers, entrepreneurs, lawyers and professors. What stands out in unison amongst all, is not only the name of their Alma Mater, but the way they all uphold the high principles and values, so laboriously instilled in each one, by their revered teachers.

               The name St. Kabir brings foremost to the mind the School Motto, “Labour Omnia Vincit”…. Labour Wins All !!! This belief makes the KROS members to aim higher and stop not till the goal is achieved.

            KROS, the ever vibrant organization, offers a platform to the ex-students to pay back to their Alma Mater, by holding Blood Donation Camp, Interactive Group Discussions and Career Counseling Sessions with the students of Class 9th and 10th, Inter-School Competitions like KROS Fire and Reunion and Welcome bash, each year.

             KROS pledges to go from strength to strength and bring in its fold more members and initiate varied events. The alumni wish that may the school carries on with its legacy of nurturing meritorious students and prays for its Glorious Future.

Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.

Every morning in the same land, a lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest Gazelle or it will starve to death.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a Lion or a Gazelle….when the sun comes up, you’d better be running.