The most interesting aspect of the school is our emphasis on the PROCESS rather than the final result. Students are taught to imbibe the correct values that lead to ‘education’ in the truest sense of the word. Students are taught to teach themselves, to have a quest for knowledge and not merely mark; to learn for the sheer joy of learning and to inculcate that wonderful spirit of inquiry. This process-driven approach equips them with the skills needed for life-long learning.
Life is an endless journey of learning and we need to get the basics right. In the evaluation procedure they are tested for an understanding of the subject-matter. Students cannot prepare for a test by memorizing the subject-matter one day before the test. The process of preparation really involves being attentive in class all through the course, giving instant quizzes, doing summative evaluations at the end which could be in the form of subjective question papers, multiple-choice objective question papers, open book examinations, group or individual presentations and various other innovative techniques that are devised by the students and the faculty for better learning.
Pupils are also taught to assess themselves, their peers and their teachers. Pupils are taught that quality education is about possibilities, about success in real life, about unleashing their talents, about excitement in learning new things, about being a good human being and a contributing citizen. Our process actually incorporates all this within the system. For us schooling is about being unleashed, not leashed-about deep understanding, not rote learning-about excitement and fun, not routine and boredom-about engagement with the community, not isolation from it.