Indus believes that “Preparation for Life” is the purpose of education. Students need to be equipped with competencies such as innovation, critical thinking, life-long learning which will enable them to cope with a future which is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Presently schools do not enable effective learning of these cognitive and emotional competencies within our classrooms.
At Indus ‘Preparation for Life encompasses four priorities:
Indus is one of the few schools that goes beyond academics, catering to students signature strengths.The Leadership Curriculum is unique to Indus. It allows students to set skill-based goals in several areas. We believe that skill development is essential to prepare students for life.Admissions Open
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Lt. General ARJUN RAY has been honoured by receiving the highest award in the Indian armed forces for distinguished service - the Param Vishist Seva Medal (PVSM). The CEO of the Indus Trust, he is responsible for the strategic direction, policy formulation, future school projects, excellence in quality, budgeting, teacher selection, succession planning, and faculty training.
As Chief Mentor to the faculty, he conducts mentoring programmes regularly for all teachers. Through example, guidance and vision, he inculcates within the Indus community, an ethos of discipline and passion for excellence.
IB World has acclaimed the Lt. General Arjun Ray as one of the six IB World School Leaders on rethinking education, Education World has also named him one of the 50 game-changers in education in India, and awarded him with the Lifetime Achievement award. The White Swan Education award for India’s Most Influential Leader in Education 2015-16 was awarded to Lt. General Arjun Ray.
“My journey at Indus began in April 2015 when I was enrolled as a term boarder. IB at Indus was a completely different experience when compared to an average IBDP education. At Indus, equal focus is there on whole education as on academics. The whole aspect of leadership has helped me become better at time management, social interaction, communication and resource management.
We were given experiential learning opportunities that helped us understand and emulate the core values of love, empathy, discipline and respect. I can say that IBDP education at Indus has definitively made me locally rooted but globally competent.”
"I joined Indus International Bangalore in class VI and completed my XII here. The friends, memories and values I imbibed in myself will be something that I will cherish for a lifetime. I have learnt a lot from this school and I feel proud to be a part of it. A big thanks to our CEO and Principal who's great leadership qualities led to the upbringing of the school.”
“Being Australian, learning about other cultures was always important to me. Indus International School is a very multi-cultural place, and that's why I chose to study there. The curriculum is well-designed and hence prepares us for life. By joining the extra-curricular activities, I was able to develop my self-confidence and make new friends.”