Shikshaya Namah: at a Glance
The journey began on July 15, 2002, with a dream to bring about a change in the rapid commercialisation of education.
Education should not be limited just to books.
Education is a life-long learning process.
Education should teach us the difference between right and wrong.
Education should bring happiness.
AND LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST
Education should be affordable, without compromising on quality.
Is to make good human beings out of our children.
Children who just do not follow but lead by good example.
We want them to become thinking individuals.
We want them to have the power of lucid reasoning.
We want to lead them on to the path of success without judging their abilities or capabilities.
Make them do well in life rather than force them to do well.
We want to teach them how to derive joy from whatever they do.
We want to teach them to become a square peg in a square hole and a round peg in a round hole.
We want them to become good law-abiding citizens.
We want them to do well in studies.
We want to teach them the importance of team work.
Our mission is to provide wholesome education at a value for money fees.
Academics is just but a small part of education. We want our children to be educated in all aspects of life so that they turn out to be responsible human beings as well as social beings. To inculcate the idea of wholesome education we make sure that the children participate in various sports and other extracurricular activities to widen their horizon.
We are providing personalized coaching, group coaching as well as Sunday Free Classes. The personalized and group coaching is for students from class 6 to class 12 of various and almost all the major subjects; Mathematics, Science, English, Social Science, French, German, Spanish, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, IP, IT, Psychology, Sociology, History, Political Science, Geography, etc. The Sunday Free Classes are for the Class 10 and 12 students.
“Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man To Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime”