Personalised Care For Your Child
Welcome to Indus Early Learning Centre, started in June 2011, at Whitefield, Bangalore by the Indus Trust. The school caters to pre-primary education for children below the age of 7 years.
The IELC Curriculum Is Organized Into Five Areas Of Learning
Science and Social Studies
Personal, Social and Physical Education
FROM THE CEO/ MD'S DESK
LT. GENERAL ARJUN RAY, PVSM, VSM (RETD.)
“The 21st century is characterised by VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity); by awesome acceleration and change; and obsolescence in knowledge, technology, jobs, and even in traditional leadership. The purpose of education will, therefore, be to prepare children for a future we do not know. This is the Indus vision. The most effective way to make this a reality is to prepare our students to be life entrepreneurs. A life entrepreneur is a person who applies the principles of a startup in one’s personal and work life. Entrepreneurship is not just a business tool. It is a mindset that will help each one of us to ”
CEO’s Message – November 2023
Self-discipline is a critical trait for creativity and academic rigour, especially in inclusive schools (like Indus). Self-discipline is the ability to control one’s feelings and overcome one’s weaknesses, along with the ability to be ethical in whatever we do, and exercise self-restraint. Discipline will help students to resist temptation, delay gratification, and also help them to connect at their comfort zone.
At Indus self-discipline and self-confidence in students is being built by:
- Having a higher purpose in life. At Indus we refer to it as “Tikkun Olam”.
- Setting clear goals with supporting plans.
- Setting a routine.
- Study habits.
- Avoiding distraction to improve focus.
- Delayed gratification.