"I don't teach Children, but create conditions for them to learn."- Albert Einsten
For me, Education does not mean providing answers. It means equipping the pupil with the means to
find the answers for himself and within himself. Education empowers students to discover themselves-who
they are as people. Within each student is a doctor, an engineer, a teacher, a social activist, a
sports person, an environmentalist, a poet, an author or an economist. The teachers support them
in channelizing resources vis-a-vis their dreams thus, sustainably generating civilized and productive
human capital for serving our motherland in line with the core purpose "To enable children to
realize their potential and make their dreams come true".
'If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning
for a lifetime, educate people'. Indeed, one can even say that the quality of education will determine
the destiny of the nation. Every new day dawns with new challenges. The aim of Indus World School
is to equip the young Indusians to thread on the "Untroddon" path with internal motivation & to take
success in their stride. Indusians must believe in their self, make big plans, aim even higher and work
tirelessly towards their lofty goals.
I have complete faith in their inherent potential and believe that each one will face the future
challenges boldly. Unlike other traditional schools, parents are encouraged to participate actively in the
learning process and help nurture the child to achieve her true potential.
The world today has cut-throat competition and the young Indusian's are groomed for the same. I
believe that with the changing times, the teacher-student relationship has taken over a new dimension.
It is a relationship where the mind is without fear and both can share an understanding. Seeing young
Indusians all around me, sensing their hopes and aspiration and being aware of their triumphs and joys, I
look back at the last year with fond memories.