Ajanta Public School was created to encourage the children to dream big and discover their innate potential to achieve their dreams. Vaibhav Kapoor, principal of Ajanta Public School, who truly believes that it’s never too late to rediscover the child inside us, explains how technology helps education segment in touching new heights.
Education and technology are synonymous to each other. The objective of education is to give profound and in-depth knowledge of the various subjects to the students in a creative way. Similarly, technology is the branch of knowledge that deals with the creation and use of technical means and their interrelation with life, society, and environment. In today’s competitive world we educationists have clubbed these words together to make it educational technology for imparting quality and valuable knowledge to our youth.
Ajanta Public School is trying to incorporate the same in our educational institution. Among the endeavours we have undertaken to become a Microsoft showcase school and provide training to the students include introduction of ‘Cloud 9’ school app for disseminating information to parents and school transport app for safety of students. Many more such apps are in pipeline.
We have also tied up with Net 2 School for live streaming, delayed broadcast and E-magazine. Besides that, we organised live experts’ session for our senior secondary students to help them gain better insights into their future prospects.
While keeping pace with technological advancements, we strongly believe in the Indian education system and try to inculcate our students with basic values and ethics which are cornerstones of the Indian education. Our focus is the holistic development of children by providing them equal opportunity in academics and co-curricular activities. Our students have performed meticulously to come out with flying colours in academics as well as cocurricular activities by bagging 97 per cent marks in Class XII Board exams and 11 students getting selected for various national level sports competitions in 2016.
Our students have stupendously done well in MUN (MODEL UNITED NATION) sessions and felicitated by leaders.
We are trying to tie them with a string of digital and traditional education and shaping them to strive for more in this competitive world. I wish all the budding and future leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, educators and others to hold good of modern and traditional values together to create their own path.