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NO HIKE ~ NO INCREMENT OF FEES (AY 2021-2022)
Please accept our prayers and greetings from Victorious Kidss Educares~ an IB World School. As an associated parent you are aware that our school believes in building an attitude of ‘Learning to Love to Learn’ where every child is exposed to learning with the latest of Western Methodology of ‘Inquiry based Teaching and Learning pedagogy’ of IB. This is coupled with the ancient rich heritage of Vedanta of India, along with spiritual wisdom of ‘Vivekananda’ and other Masters of The World’, coupled with the pedagogy of IB Learner profile and ‘Academic Honesty’.
10 Ultimate Benefits of Pursuing IB
Every person reading this page has learning styles, that were not suited to their school styles. Tagore, Einstein, Churchill, Edison, Isaac Newton had learning styles, that were not suited to their school styles. And the same mismatch continues today, for millions of others. Every parent aspires to bring in an education, for their children to better the life for their child, make it more meaningful, with happier than their own ambience. The 21st century parents want their child to grow up as women and men of the world, not just intellectually but also want to concentrate on their holistic development and prepare them to thrive in an increasingly globalized, people and tech savvy challenging world.
Academic education alone is not enough because it deeply underestimates what our kids now, can do. It is a fundamental error to think, if we just improve their academic contents and perhaps add a few other skills, such as a sport, a language, art or chess or flying skills, all will be well. That is a mistake. We need to empower our kids further to exercise their own brain potential and thinking ~ creative and critical, to sustain and face the world. Read More
Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti
Today marks the 551st birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru, and the founder of Sikhism. Having spent his entire life spreading the message of peace and love, Guru Nanak taught us that selfless service was the prime way of life and is our supreme duty.
Here is a short story about Guru Nanak for you to reflect upon– Read More
Paradigm Shift in the Education System
Education systems are undergoing a great paradigm shift. Teaching and Learning is also evolving to cope up with the changes. There is a massive teaching and learning pedagogical revolution, which needs to be understood, teachers professionally trained and school management to implement the concepts in the hearts of the children. And why not? While everything around is changing, then why not Education? Read More
A Fascinating Short Story
Word Problems of Life
You think you are good at Maths, solve this riddle…
Once upon a time, there was a very rich man who had 3 sons. He wanted to divide his property before dying. He made a will stating half of my property should go to the elder son, one-third of it should go to second son, and one-ninth to the younger one. After a span of few days, he was no more. The sons decided to take their own share and live separately. They divided all the property as it was advised by their father. But they didn’t know how to divide, the remaining part of father’s property of 17 elephants, amongst themselves. They approached many knowns and unknowns, trying to figure out how to solve this complex problem. They were troubled with the situation; they were presented with and were sincerely searching for an answer.
Message for the Day
Our mind, as per Vedanta, is a good servant but can be a very bad Master. Our mind is always trying to make us comfortable. Make who comfortable – this ‘I’. With that effort, it makes us isolated to only ‘me’ and ‘myself’ – desperate from others and ‘Isolation’. And we think, if we are only alone and be with ourselves, then nobody to contradict me and I will be happy. This is, as per Vedanta, is called ignorance and Mind remains as a Bad Master. Whereas thinking about ‘You’ makes us attain that tranquility, peace and happiness. Who is this ‘You’? Everyone else other than me could take us to that dream of ‘Togetherness’.
“Let Us Understand More About Mother Kali & Deepavali”
Diwali is an important festival for Indians. The name of festive days as well as the rituals of Diwali varies significantly among Hindus, based on the region of India, with others too. Diwali, as a festival, dates back to ancient times in India, which is, after the summer harvest in the Hindu calendar month of Karthikeya. The festival is mentioned in Padma Purana, the Skanda Purana, and other Sanskrit Hindu scriptures; the divas (lamps) are mentioned in Skanda Purana to symbolically represent parts of sun, the cosmic giver of light and energy to all life, who seasonally transitions through the Hindu calendar month of Kartik. Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit fusion word Dipavali, formed from dipa (light) and awali (rows). Dipavali thus meant a “row” or “series of lights’ ‘. Its celebration includes millions of lights shining on the roof of the houses, inside and outside of the doors and windows, around temples and other buildings in the communities and countries where it is observed. Some believe it to be the celebration of the marriage of Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. Read More
Question and Answers – Vedanta (Part 1)
Well, have you ever thought, that why is it, you cannot see our own face! In order to see our own face, we need to have a mirror. Just imagine, without a mirror, or without any of the polished surface, we cannot see our own face. Even with a mirror, what we see is only a reflection. It is not our face? It is only an image. Think, it is only a copy, a double. It is not our face. ‘Vedanta’, when we use for ‘self-inquiry’~ to know us, realize ‘who am I’ like a mirror, becomes that mirror, which allows us to see our real face. With the power and the wisdom of Vedanta, we come to know who we truly are. We become aware of our ‘Atman’ ~ realise our see our face and come to know, “Who am I”? Read More
WORLD STUDENTS’ DAY ~ 15 October 2020
Birth Anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
On 15th October 1931, a small town called Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu witnessed the birth of a gracious little boy, just like any of us, but with incredible courage, a unique vision, and high hopes. And eventually, he went on to become an Aerospace Engineer at the much coveted ISRO and DRDO, and later on became India’s 11th President – Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam. Owing to his immense love for education and students, 15th of October is celebrated as World Students’ Day.