'Remote Learning Centers' in Kondakal
After successful implementation of the first Remote Learning Centers in a 50 year old Government School, in Kondakal Village in Andhra Pradesh, Indus...
After successful implementation of the first Remote Learning Centers in a 50 year old Government School, in Kondakal Village in Andhra Pradesh, Indus School International plans to set up more Remote Learning Centers (RLC) in the village in collaboration with government schools.
Started in the year 2009, Remote Learning Center is an initiative with the core principle of imparting English, Technology and Leadership in a collaborative PPP model. The idea is the brain child of General Ray, who felt that inclusive learning is vital for the generation next to become more tuned to globalization. Our philosophy behind RLC is to treat every student from all sections of the society as "Uniquely Valued Individuals."
"It is fun as well as learning for us too" Indus school grade five student Manas said who is one of the students who is teaching basic English and all about shapes and sizes to the government school children. We feel this is a great initiative and we are enjoying it immensely. We come to this remote learning center and teach the students Basic English and basics about shapes and sizes and they love it too. I have lot of friends now and we love to help and exchanging knowledge with each other."
Under the collaborative approach Indus International School has provided the RLC in Kondakal study tables, chairs, computers and books aimed to enhance their school environment and learning methodologies.
As part of the program Indus also started a village woman empowerment program. The program objective is to teach entrepreneurship amongst the woman folks of the village. This was essentially to encourage the woman to motivate their children to study and enhance their life beyond the environment they live and also build an economic sustenance