Paradigm Shift in the Education System

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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

Message for the Day

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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’.

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Happy Diwali

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“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

World Mental Health Day

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World Mental Health Day

Your mind can do almost nothing, when you are in a state of unconsciousness; or if one is in a state of ‘coma’. Reflected consciousness, which is the essential ingredient and energy source for our mind, which in turn makes our visions, our dreams come true through intelligence, memory, ego, and mind. Consciousness helps the power to grow or realize anything and source power to the mind just as the sun graces to the moon. 

World Mental Health Day

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Happy Teachers Day

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President’s Message to The Teachers on Teacher’s Day

Dear teachers, Angels of this world, it is great that we have been brought together, by this force of ‘The Divine Grace’. In whatever capacity, we have been placed together, know that we have been destined to some work and not just any work~ some truly great work of the ‘Mother of this Universe’.. Good to send you and reach out to you to say, “We have  work to do”. And I am certain your total attention is first to your own self, and then through your own ‘self’, through your ‘Coordinator’, through the ‘Head’, through your Principal, through me, to the very special profession for which we have been chosen. And you are very successful at it. I know many of you say, “me?” “successful?” “As a good teacher?” “I need so much to change.” Why does that thing come? Because we are grown-ups looking only at the negative aspect of our own self. And, if somebody says to you, ‘I want to take a photograph of yours’, what do you say ‘Oh I’m not dressed’.  That means what? I am not ready right now. I say –  You Are!  Read More

Proud Parents of IBMYP World Topper

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Proud Parents of IBMYP World Topper

“It is an amazing feeling of being a proud father and mother of the World Topper by scoring perfect marks of 56/56. We are so proud of Tanishka that she could live up to the expectations of her teachers, family, Dr Ghosh Sir & Saarada Ma’am. Both Sir and Ma’am have created a rich culture of love, honesty, moral values, spiritual understanding, excellence, team spirit, enthusiasm, and creativity at VKE which gets inculcated in every growing mind here. IB’s 10 learner’s profile, attitudes and skills are not only practiced by teachers and students in day to day life but it gradually changes atmosphere at home and parent’s perspective towards many things in a great way. That is the power of union of Vedanta and IB at VKE which we have witnessed and are experiencing since the last 10 years. Read More

VKE Student – IB World Topper Rank

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Pune Student Creates History: Bags 56/56 in Middle Years Programme (MYP V) IB E-Assessments

10th Standard Student from Victorious Kidss Educares joins the ‘World Topper Rank’ by scoring a perfect 56/56 in IB World Examination

Victorious Kidss Educares is once again proud to have its ‘World Topper’. Ms Tanishka Shah, a student of VKE has scored a perfect 56/56 in the recent May 2020 MYP E-Assessments held world-wide by the International Baccalaureate. Upon knowing the results, Tanishka was ecstatic and credited her success to the learning experiences at VKE!

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Raising the bar for Indian Education

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Outstanding Results of 2019-2020 Batch

Raising the bar for Indian Education

The best way to predict the future is to create it!

For Victorious Kidss Educares, an IB World School excellence is not an act, but a habit. The difference is the knowledge within these very special group of youth ~ labelled ‘victorious’. They know this is the road to excellence. They have respect for the journey, to the pedagogy, to their teacher and most importantly to the treasure ~ as is promised in ‘Vedanta’ ~ within their own ‘self’. They are immune to the pandemic, which stirred up the whole world, just like the imaginary ‘World War III scenerio’ would? With their ‘shraddha’ for their own self, strengthened by pedagogy of IB and wisdom of Vedanta, they used all resources to relieve the problems of people around! Despite the global pandemic situation, there was no panic seen in their heart. Instead education was re-invented and transformed, discovered that hidden power of theory and knowledge, unknown to most.

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