New Delhi : In its continuous quest to transform and modernize the Indian education system, Next Education, a fastest-growing, technology-driven company revolutionizing the K-12 education sector in the country, has collaborated with Indus Sainik School, Bhind, to support the management in setting up the upcoming branch by providing the latest study curriculum, academic and advisory support, and tech-based assistance.
The partnership will ensure that the Indus Sainik School’s long-term objective to prepare students to enter the National Defence Academy and other major industries can be achieved. Since the education sector has witnessed tremendous change, this move will also help improve student engagement and work on critical areas such as equipping students with the latest skills in the technological era.
Beas Dev Ralhan, Co-founder & CEO, of Next Education India Pvt. Ltd., said, “The vision of providing an optimal solution for K-12 stakeholders and bringing a revolutionary change in the educational landscape has gone beyond simply addressing the academic needs and providing a comprehensive modern learning experience. We are optimistic about this collaboration and will work towards enhancing the classroom experience for students and ease the skill crisis efficiently.”
Indus Sainik School, which started with a total strength of 79 students, is now expanding in the context of the number of students and branches. However, while growing, the school’s management realized the importance of updating the curriculum, school infrastructure, digitalization of education, improved assessments, and better interaction and orientation with parents. The digital tools will play a crucial role in bridging the learning gaps among students.
Lt. Col. Shailendra Yadav, Spokesperson of Indus Sainik School, Bhind, said, “I believe that education, experience, and memory are three things no one can take away from you. At Indus Sainik School, Bhind, we want students to have the best of all three. The collaboration with Next Education will mean that we will have the best quality of education standards and a futuristic approach to imparting knowledge as the challenges in the 21st century are different and complex. It is something that the education sector of the country requires today: the partnership of schools with technology for a comprehensive growth of the schools and students alike.”