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Can education be less about memorising and more about making a memory?
Can a lesson be touched, tasted, smelt and seen instead of just read?
Can we mould empowered human beings instead of just skilled students?
At Ekya, we can. Ekya schools is a community of learners, thinkers, doers and changemakers. Ekya stands for a sense of togetherness, collaboration and unity – we are a community where everyone forges ahead with purpose. The word Ekya is derived from Sanskrit and means unity and individuality. It embodies the spirit of collaboration and togetherness while allowing space for an individual to grow. The Ekya logo can be interpreted in many ways, and we love seeing students derive their own meaning from it.
Drawing on the legacy of the CMR Group of Institutions and the innovative, immersive methods of school systems worldwide, our schools were instituted with one aim – to teach children what to learn and how to learn. Here, knowing how to learn is a skill and the key to creating lifelong learners with the means to adapt and thrive in a constantly changing world.
So, welcome to Ekya, the place where we live the lesson. Every single day.
Ekya was founded in 2010
At the heart of Ekya are the habits of the “Mind & the Heart”
Over 8000 students study at Ekya Schools.
We have five schools in Bengaluru.
Ekya means unity and togetherness.
Supported by the CMR Group of Institutions
“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” – Socrates
The world is changing fast and so is the nature and scope of learning. The modern, globally connected world is filled with opportunities and complex challenges. Going forward, it’s not about what you know, but how well you understand and respond to situations. Success in the future will first and foremost depend on one’s ability to learn, not on one’s accumulation of knowledge.
At Ekya, our focus is on nurturing learners’ curiosity and creativity. We aim to create a culture of thinking where our learners develop an inquiring and adaptable mindset.
– Shubhra Sinha, Head of School, Ekya School Byrathi