‘Education is not the learning of facts. It is the training of the mind to think.’ The words of famous inventor Albert Einstein often make us ponder. Learning by rote of course does little, while the impact of training the mind to think, can create a world of a difference. It is this thought process of trying to create a system where young minds are channeled to think, rather than learn, led to the creation of ‘Education that Works’. A system that creates a 21st century classroom to teach its students through doing and understanding, is thus the focus.
The current education system falls short of addressing the needs for tomorrow. Students simply follow the instructions of their teacher, and complete their assignments for grades. However, true education needs to transcend that stage, and focus young minds on learning something fascinating and new. As we focus on the newer generation, and the future of our world, it is important that these young people grow up to be more innovative, creative thinkers and doers. And all this will happen when education works.
The education offered at the campus here is refreshingly fresh and different. Students learn to think and analyse for themselves, work together and become well rounded individuals. With 21st century classrooms equipped with labs for hands-on experiments, digital support and educational aids, the learning space encourage and invite students to come and learn.