Activities

Individual Group

How can every academic year be a step closer to success?

Every new academic year should be looked at as an opportunity to improve the knowledge base, develop personality, build character, add to skill-sets and abilities. During this event, we aim to highlight some important topics that every student should ideally be focusing upon during the upcoming academic year.

2500

Student Discipline Program | Good Behaviour & Meticulous Working

This assignment is aimed to draw the attention of students to the ideal way of carrying out their daily routine activities, to the ways that will improve their performance and efficiency. This is the first step to make sure that students will never come across complications due to mismanaged work or a pile of incomplete work.

1500

Improve Learning Ability and Cognitive Function

The main aim of this activity is to make all the students realize that though being a student is very easy, learning requires actual work. Also, that the aim of education is not just attaining knowledge but also about positive development. This assignment should serve as the first step to commence the process of developing a student’s ability to learn.

750

Testing Four Strengths Every Student Must Possess

This assignment-based practical performance test will aid parents to pinpoint unexplored aspects of children. It will help identify factors that affect a child's performance adversely. Also, there can be some hidden qualities that can improve a child's performance and need encouragement.

2500

Academic Preparation Group Program | Parent-Student Integration

Every new academic year should be looked at as an opportunity to improve the knowledge base, develop personality, build character, add to skill-sets and abilities. During this event, we aim to highlight some important topics that every student should ideally be focusing upon during the upcoming academic year.

1500

Know Your Actions | Attention to Details

The motive of this activity is to create awareness about being well-informed regarding the necessary actions and processes that we carry out daily. This activity will aid us to avoid many disturbances arising out of our negligence, save a lot of time and energy. This activity serves as the first step to commence a process to overcome ignorance.

1000

Understand Your Hobbies | Find Your Core Interests

The motive of this activity is to create awareness about being well-informed regarding their favorite things and items used daily. This will aid students to become inquisitive and develop a well-informed outlook on everything that they use. This activity serves as the first step to commence a process to eliminate casualness and develop hobbies and likings as a skill set.

1000

Professional Career Focused Preparation

There are many aspects of a student's contribution towards successful future that will need serious attention today. This simple activity will serve as the first step and a student-friendly effective tool to provide the necessary spark. It will initiate a professional approach towards your curricular, helping you prepare better for education as well as your profession.

1000

Prepare Early for Studying Abroad

Students should be made aware of the challenges they may have to face if they are required to stay alone and away from home. For such phases of life they need to be trained accordingly. This will help children to settle in a new environment quickly and will lessen the possibility to encounter any unforeseen issues. In such life events, a need for last moment quick-fix should be avoided.

2500

Preparing for Entrance Exams Globally

By doing this activity students will be able to identify the important factors regarding their input that are unattended till now and are causing a disturbance to their efforts. Thus the activity will serve as the first step towards making students aware of all the various aspects related to their contribution to their bright career. This activity will help preparation for all kinds of Entrance Exams.

2500

Staying Away From Negativities

The endeavor in this practical assignment is to draw attention to many tendencies of children that every parent is aware of. However, these are generally taken casually or considered less important. The outcome of this simple assignment will enable parents to be in a much better position to work out remedial measures for the short-coming or any kind of distractions troubling their beloved kids.

3000

Effective Presentation Skills | Grade 4th to 6th

In today's competitive world students possessing a sound knowledge base associated with supporting, abilities & skills are the ones who keep ahead of others. This series of competitions is an attempt to offer a platform to explore, develop and exhibit their skillset. In the first of such a competitive event, we want students to make a presentation of the Good Habits developed by them.

555

Effective Presentation Skills | Grade 7th to 9th

In today's competitive world students possessing sound knowledge base associated with many supporting abilities & skills are the ones who keep ahead of others. This series of competitions is an attempt to offer a platform to explore, realize, develop and exhibit their skillset. In the first of such a competitive event, we want students to make a presentation of what they are good at.

555

Effective Presentation Skills | Grade 4th to 6th | Group

In today's competitive world students possessing a sound knowledge base associated with supporting, abilities & skills are the ones who keep ahead of others. This series of competitions is an attempt to offer a platform to explore, develop and exhibit their skillset. In the first of such a competitive event, we want students to make a presentation of the Good Habits developed by them.

555

Effective Presentation Skills | Grade 7th to 9th | Group

In today's competitive world students possessing sound knowledge base associated with many supporting abilities & skills are the ones who keep ahead of others. This series of competitions is an attempt to offer a platform to explore, realize, develop and exhibit their skillset. In the first of such a competitive event, we want students to make a presentation of what they are good at.

555

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