From the CEO/MD’s desk
Lt. General (Retired) Arjun Ray (PVSM, VSM) Founder CEO & MD
We believe and practise, that creativity is the #1 competency to succeed and survive in a world characterised by a permanent state of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. This is not going to change; in fact it will increase with each passing year. Our second belief is that, to stay ahead of the curve, leaders must create and not compete.
As a result, the design thinking process is taught as a part of the school curriculum; and every teacher is also a Teacher Adviser. They meet small teams of students once every week, and mentor and teach them competencies of the head, heart and mind. We have now taken one more step in our creative journey from this session: replacing the traditional Students’ Council by the Innovation Council.
The primary role of the Innovation Council is to create an innovation culture on the campus that is student-led. We believe that this will be a most effective way to sustain innovation, as well as develop an innovation mindset.
With warm regards,
I have really enjoyed my time here at Indus International School, Pune. Every day is a new adventure and every class provides a new experience. The teachers here are the best I have learnt from. The atmosphere in Indus has always made me feel safe, comfortable and excited. The friends I have made here are going to stay with me forever and the memories are always going to be cherished. Here at Indus, we learn to love, respect and achieve. I appreciate the support that we receive from everyone and the motivation we gain in order to achieve what we desire. Indus feels like home.
Anushka Narkhede (10th grader) , India.
International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is certainly one of the most challenging courses available in High schools around the world. Indus International School, Pune has given its best to make sure that the students not only gain the IB diploma but also develop as a person with exceptional leadership skills. These 2 years of IB have definitely been very rigorous but It has made me confident enough to face the challenges at the University.”
Parimal Patil Class of 2013
Leaders of tomorrow, an emblematic phrase and the motto of our beloved school, has played a pivotal role in my life as a student at Indus International School, Pune. Open-mindedness is what I encountered in abundance throughout my 2 years as an IB student. Freedom of speech, leadership and scholastic merits are merely end products of a fascinating experience not only as a student, but as an individual.”
Akshay Gidwani Class of 2013