About Indus


Indus World School (IWS) is envisioned as a chain of professionally managed schools that understand the demands of a 21st century education . IWS promotes a learning environment that develops the cognitive as well as the aesthetic and affective mind. The vital link between theory and relevance is effectively established in our curriculum. It is our belief that Indus students will evolve into 21st century learners with strong analytical skills, people skills, foresight and creativity.

Indus is supported by her parent entity of the founding team - CL Educate. CL Educate is a much admired education brand having the experience of handling over numerous students over 19 years. Currently, Indus today is a national chain of over 8 schools with presence in following cities: Gurgaon, Indore, Raipur , Bhiwani, Ludhiana and Aurangabad.

Indus is a Great Place To Work Award Winner

Indus World School was ranked as a Great Place To Work through a survey conducted in association with The Economic Times. Moreover, IWS has won this recognition 4 times in a row 2012-2015. And when our teachers are happy it shows in our schools, making them the Best Places to Learn for our children

Indus World School is an initiative of the Career Launcher Group, spearheaded by IIT-IIM alumni. Career Launcher was founded in 1995, with the singular objective of 'Realizing potential and making individual dreams come true'. Within a span of a decade, we are now widely considered as one of south-Asia's fastest growing edu-corporates.

Why Education?

The Indian Education Sector (IES) is a land of opportunities and challenges. As India makes the leap from a developing economy to one of the global leaders of the information age, the need for and the value of education have gone up exponentially. While the fast changing socio-economic landscape of India have placed high premium on quality education, archaic laws and regulations have restricted private participation in the sector. The acute demand supply mismatch and the need to deliver quality education have highlighted the need for reforms and a few significant steps have been gainfully taken in that direction. The changing landscape of the IES is attested by the growing private participation in this sector. An approximately 40$ billion market today, the private IES is pegged to grow at a CAGR of 16% to become 80$ billion by 2012.)