A robust education system for children designed to not just enrich them with knowledge but also equip them with the skills required to lead in the current globalized environment
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A pre-school for your toddlers that prepares them for their schooling years by developing their learning abilities and honing their skills
We understand that the ideal form of learning leadership goes beyond theory which is why we encourage and facilitate learning through experiences
We, at Indus, believe that the most sustainable way to pay back to society is through quality education. We envisioned a school in which students will take the lead in changing Indian society for the better; acting locally but thinking globally. We understand that until students have given back locally to their society, they will not be able to contribute effectively to wider global issues or become global citizens and the only way to make it happen is by providing them with a sound education system.See the Indus Legacy
In the educational domain, the quality of teachers is a critical factor in an institution’s success. ITARI has been set up as a faculty-training institute, to support the educational industry and Indus Institutions. ITARI was inaugurated on 1st Dec 2009, by Mr. Gavin Newsom, Mayor of San Francisco, California, U.S.AKNOW MORE
Indus lays great stress on professional development of teachers and envisions nurturing teachers who are educators who have excellent technical knowledge, are business savvy with trans-disciplinary understanding and thinking skills.Read more
Battling environmental degradation is something we take very seriously at Indus International School. Enabling youngsters to make them feel close to nature and value the essence of mother earth is a part of the culture at Indus.Read more
At 10 am on 24th January, 2019, four girls from Indus International School, Bangalore summited the highest peak of Africa and one of the seven summits of the world, Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 meters).Read more
Lt. General Arjun Ray has been awarded the Education Today Life Time Achievement Award 2018 for his incredible contribution in the field of education. He is an exemplary learner, teacher and leader with a vision and strategies to bring innovation in education.Read more
Mr. Michael Mathews, Chief Information Officer at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa Oklahoma, visited Indus International Schools from 16-18 July, 2018 for an exploratory visit to set up an Artificial Intelligence driven Indus Smart Campus Ecosystem.Read more
Our team of students from Grades 6 upwards along with specialists put up a spectacular show on February 24th for the Celebration of the Performing Arts. The audience was left spellbound with every performance.Read more
Against the grim backdrop of falling learning outcomes in the country's school and higher education systems, Education World interviewed our Principal Mrs. Sarojini Rao for suggestions to manage the existential crisis that confronts the Indian education system.Read more
IICS students had a workshop on 14th October 2017 on the topic ‘Sustainable Transformations through Architecture’. It was conducted by Ms. Meghana Dutta, Principal Architect, LEED AP and her team. She heads the STUDIO DECODE, an architectural design studio in JP Nagar, BangaloreRead more
The learning experience which built my foundation as a teacher and the one which I hold close to me goes back to when I began teaching at 19 while still pursuing my undergraduate degree in Psychology. It started with small after-school classes.Read more
5 reasons why Indus International family is where you belong:Read more
During the admission season, there is a lot talk and WhatsApp on which school to select for one’s child? That is an answer all parents want. For those seeking admission in international schools offering the International Baccalaureate, my advice is given below.
Every international school is good; but every international school has a different philosophy based on what they feel is the purpose of education. As parents, you must decide on the educational philosophy you believe in, and what is best suited for your child. In this regard, schools will fall into two broad categories.
The first category is traditional. They believe that the aim of education is teacher-centric, rote memorisation, scoring high marks in examination, and placements in reputed colleges abroad. Therefore, such schools tend to be exclusive, i.e., they admit students based solely on their academic performance at the time of entry. The problem here is that in the 21st century this is an outdated model, and is likely to put your child at risk.
The second category is where Indus schools lead. We believe that in a volatile and uncertain world, where job obsolescence is the order of the day, the purpose of education is to prepare a child for a future we do not know. Consequently, we are an inclusive school. We believe that, content knowledge is less important than entrepreneurial competencies, to enable a child to re-role, re-learn, re-skill and reinvent oneself. We believe that the purpose of education must also enable a child to find her purpose, and in the process, discover her potential.
Now, I sincerely hope you will find it easy to decide in which school to admit your child. If you still have doubts, you may write to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With warm regards,