"The Greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering attitudes of mind". You must have the determination to succeed. For this you have to build positive self esteem about yourself".

Manager (Ma'am)
Every person in this world has his or her share of doing hard work in life. If a child takes up the hard work in his childhood, the latter part of his life will be smooth and comfortable. This is desired by every human being and every child is compelled to do hard work in school to enjoy the fruits in future. The sapling like child is nurtured in the garden of school. The school provides them the manure for their versatile growth.
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Education is a systematic process which helps learner to be civilised , liberal and broad minded by imbibing the feeling of unity , democracy and oneness. There is a dire requirement of young minds to have contemporary ideas, percipience and enthusiasm. Fertile and robust education is always created, rooted in the physical and cultural soil of the child, and nourished through interaction with parents, teachers, fellow students and the community. There is a mutuality to the genuine construction of knowledge. The aim of the education is to grow children into productive citizens that use their knowledge , talents and learned skills to sustain themselves and create awareness while pushing the human race forward in areas of equality, equity and harmony.Learning involves understanding, relating ideas and making connections between prior and new knowledge, independent and critical thinking and ability to transfer knowledge to new and different contexts. The cross-curricular thematic approach has been the part of education in primary school. A thematic approach to teaching involves integrating all subject areas together under one theme. The cross curriculum approach helps children relate basic academic skills to the real world. Thematic units are common in the Foundation Phase where children learn through interactive activities.The curriculum is also compact and saves time by teaching multiple subjects at once. Implementation of funfilled structured activity in primary education has made learning an enjoyable act by making it creative and flexible.The need of strengthening and deepening the sense of social responsibility and a keener appreciation of moral and spiritual values is a must amongst the young generation. The wide plethora of information available to learners has become easily accessible because of the advent of technology which offers multi-layered assessment and prompt evaluation to benefit educators and learners.


Learners of today’s world are educated with the intention of becoming productive citizens in a democratic society in terms of what is required in the global context.  As a result, these learners possess certain characteristics that are part of the new millennium.  There is imminent need to acquire knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, which can be achieved when everyone has in depth knowledge of human rights, gender quality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship, and appreciation of cultural diversity and of cultural contribution to sustainable development.  Learners are motivated to assume responsibility for creating and enjoying a sustainable future.  The main purpose of education is to build learners’ knowledge and awareness of global issues; critical thinking and analytical skills; and action for positive social and political change.  Students of today realize the power of a unified group and learn how to deal with different personalities in an effective and courteous manner.  Technology has made globalization of education possible for us to gain access to a diverse and abundant amount of information.  Students can harness this, evaluate that which is accurate and has significance, and use it to address certain issues.  It is now a two way process where both the students and the teachers across the world learn from each other side by side.

Kalka Group of Institutions (New Delhi)
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