Category Education

ILRD

(Recognised by the Karnataka University)

Philosophy

Young people are prepared to be leaders in any situation by virtue of being established in their own inner freedom and happiness. Their energies are channelised in this programme towards making villages self-sufficient, self-reliant, self-governing and progressive.

Students learn to serve the community initially by providing tuition for children and supporting educational activities. They progress to support many other cooperative activities with their own increased learning from the university and from other experiments around the world...

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City Rishikuls

We would ideally like to give all children large open spaces and pleasant surroundings. This requires schools to be on the outskirts of the mainstream developed areas. However, not all parents or children choose to move out of the urban locale. For them, we do the best we can, given the time and space constraints of urban life. Having said this, our city Rishikuls are nevertheless extremely unique and remarkable institutions, on the whole, oriented to uncover the greatness in your child and his innate life potential and leadership potential.

The unique and much-sought-after MET’s RishikulVidya...

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Matrumandirs

These are temples of education with motherly care.

“MatruMandir” is an infant learning centre based on 3 Vedantic principles:

“AHAM BRAHMAASMI” — I AM THE UNIVERSE

“TAT TWAMASI” — I AM IN YOU (YOU and I are the same) & “VASUDHAIVA KUTUMBAKAM” — THE WORLD IS ONE FAMILY

These are pre-school which will give take care of your baby’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual aspects, and will tenderly prepare your baby to face the world.

The specially maintained informal, homely atmosphere makes it easy for the transfer of your baby from the safe home to the unfamiliar school...

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Education

You give a child food to eat and a toy to play. The child will prefer to play. You give the child an old toy and a new toy, the child will prefer to explore and learn about the new toy. That is the basic nature of a child. Children love to learn. But as they grow, learning no longer remains play.

Parents and schools approach learning as a serious and stressful affair and that is what they pass on to the child.

Somewhere in the entire process of schooling the fun and joy of learning is lost and the child is studying only to get good percentage of marks so that she/he can get admission to a good...

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