Academic Director's Message
"Expression by our Academic Director"

"It’s not about the technology; it's about sharing knowledge and information, communicating efficiently, building learning communities and creating a culture of professionalism in school. These are the key responsibilities of all educational leaders."

Today's students are highly tech-savvy. In the last decade, it is noticed that traditional students seem more dependent on technology less on teachers in school. It's a big challenge for teachers to teach net-savvy students in the class. Internet- has given avery open approach to education where students are no longer dependent on their teachers or text books as their only source of information. Students are no longer limited to what is in the school library. It is said that Internet usage is a staple of students’ educational experience as they use it to do their assignments. The internet broadens students’ horizons beyond their local boundaries (of home and of school) and provides an environment in which its impact may be immeasurable.

To meet these challenges teachers must embrace the new technologies into the lessons they teach. Learners in the Internet age don't need more information. They need to know how to efficiently use the massive amount of information available at their fingertips- to determine what's credible, what's relevant, and when it's useful to reference.

As the 21st century students are technolo- gically literate, it would be necessary for the fraternity of teachers to incorporate current technologies into the lessons they teach. The present day students are woven out of different cultures and backgrounds. Therein lies the challenge for us to look at the content knowledge through the lenses of our learners’ tools.

Mr. Ranvir Singh Rawat

Academic Director