From the CEO/MD’s desk
Lt. General (Retired) Arjun Ray (PVSM, VSM) Founder CEO & MD
The future of education is blended learning. This has been one of the greatest gifts of Covid 19 – to make the world realise, that new generation classrooms will be blended. Even the New Education Policy 2020 states, that upto 40 percent of learning may be online.
Blended learning is a gift, because it is for the first time, that AI will take over the traditional teacher’s routine of content delivery and assessment. Teachers will now be able to focus on the child – teach the child and not the subject alone.
Blended learning will also enable the long awaited digital transformation.
With warm regards,
Testimony for IELC cannot be expressed in words. It gives us, as parents, immense satisfaction about the decision which we took in 2019. There is a perfect alignment between the values we as parents want to infuse in Amaira and what the “Gurus”(Teachers) of the school are focussing on. They are building not just “Leaders of Tomorrow” but also “Citizens of Today”. IELC always has great activities that continue to inspire children and their parents. Amaira loves her nurturing teachers, who encourage her to grow and also have fun with her. Their focus is on instilling positive values and compassion in the students. The atmosphere and learning environment are optimal for all young children. All of the students receive individual attention. The children’s and parents’ needs are addressed, and the staff takes a special interest in kids. We can be at ease when Amaira is at school knowing she is cared for, safe, and in a place that facilitates her future success.
PROUD PARENTS OF AMAIRA (PREP 2)
Bhavneet and Puneet
Wilhelm joined IELC in Pre-Nursery when he was 1 year and 5 months. The teachers and assistants were welcoming, and soon Wilhelm was the first one to run around in the morning at home shouting “shoes on, shoes on”, so we could go to school, even on the weekends. It was quite apparent that IELC was the right place for our little gold nugget, even though we did have some concerns about sending him this young to school. English is not his first language, but it is truly amazing to see the development of his language skills. We are convinced that at this point he knows more English than his native tongue, a true testimony of the interaction between teachers and pupils at IELC. I could also support the Cottonlengo project by teaching children with disabilities to use a computer. I believe it is a great initiative from the school to help the community.
MOTHER OF WILHELM KORSHOLM, PRE-NURSERY
The year 2019 - 2020 has been a very eventful year. My second kid started schooling at IELC Whitefield, which was the best decision we ever made. I, being a PAC member at first seemed a daunting task, but it was a seamless process with immense cooperation from teachers, support staff, parents, my fellow PAC members and most importantly Ms. Priyanka. Whatever queries, suggestions or feedback we had, they were always addressed and were always taken into consideration. They have gone out of their way to make changes in food menus, parking issues, and many other suggestions. The teachers have always had the "can do" attitude, giving special attention to each child and to his/her needs. Nursery teachers have gone out of their way to make the kids comfortable and the support of assistants has been wonderful. Being a PAC member gives you an insight and it definitely changes the perspective. Having huge support from parents of Nursery definitely made things easier. I am sure the new session will also be equally magical and fun and hoping for another fun year soon.
MOTHER OF SAMAR KATARIA, NURSERY
We are very happy that Mateo joined IELC Whitefield this year. The school’s friendly environment helped him to feel comfortable very quickly and now he is very happy to go to school. He has made great progress in English and is more confident talking in English to an audience. He has always been social and outgoing and the school has definitely helped him polish these skills in a positive way by involving him in school plays which he really enjoyed. The school also set a few goals for him for the year. Goal setting helped Mateo to overcome his fear of putting his head under the water in swimming and now he enjoys swimming.
PARENT OF MATEO GAONA MONTEILLER, PREP1
My son entered the school campus as an almost 3-year-old about 1.5 years back and today it's become like his second home! He loves his school, his teachers who go out of their way to care for every child, we are in touch with them 24x7, they are open about school's policies, procedures and they actually treat my child as one of their own! I guess Indus is the best start any child and their worried parents could ask for when it comes to academics.
A SECOND HOME FOR MY SON