#StudentBlogger: Education – paving way for a better tomorrow By, Misha Raichandani, 10 A Ekya JPN

An independent education system would comprise of those schools that can design their own curriculum & assessments and do not come under the purview of direct government regulations. Such institutions would offer a choice-based curriculum that covers a vast range...

/ September 16, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Poem on Ms. Anjana Santhosh By, Ananya Arun Grade 7C, Ekya JP Nagar

Remember the days | cried? Anormal teacher would have sighed, But you my Anjana ma’am, Consoled silly me And freed me Of every little worry Ma‘am, you are one of a kind, One like you is hard to find The...

/ September 15, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Benefits of Teaching-Learning Online By, Ms Jacqueline Gomes Civics, History & Political Science, Ekya BTM

In the year 2020, the world received a jolt in the form of Co-Vid 19. The virus which was considered to be an epidemic soon spread its reach, deciphering boundaries. While the virus has given us ample reasons to empathise...

/ September 15, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Nurturing Creativity Ms Shanti Shetty PPM teacher, Ekya BTM

Ken Robinson famously suggested that creativity is the heart of all successful learning experiences. Creative teaching is providing learners with rich and varied contexts for developing their subject knowledge and encouraging critical thinking. In physical schooling, we have a classroom...

/ September 15, 2021

#StudentBlogger: A letter to you By Misha Raichandani, 10 A Ekya JPN

Adjusting to the new normal has been a pretty smooth sail for most of us, as compared to the minorities at least. It’s been almost 17 months or a year and a half since all of us heard the word...

/ September 15, 2021

#StudentBlogger: My experiences in organizing cubing completition

As a seventh-grader, this was the first time I ever conducted a competition for a large audience. This cubing competition has taught me a lot, from how to organize an event to how to host a user-friendly website. After successfully...

/ September 13, 2021

#ParentBlogger: The Little Voice

Your self-worth is defined by two things- the choices you make and your ability to accept your true nature. All of us have voices in our heads bombarding us every waking moment, but there is only one voice that always...

/ September 13, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Teachers day

“It is the supreme art of a teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”- Albert Einstein Good teachers are the reason why ordinary students dream to do extraordinary things! The light of the world, the beacon in the...

/ September 13, 2021

#ParentBlogger: 2020-21 An Extra-Ordinary Year

Like everyone else, we went into the pandemic not knowing how long it was going to last or was this the end of the world or would we grow old and shriveled behind closed doors wearing our Kanchipuram’s and Ramraj...

/ September 13, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Learning – By, Anvita Grade 11 Ekya ITPL

Herbert Spencer once said that “The greatest aim of education is not knowledge but action” and to me, independent education is one that enables us to bring our potential to light and drives us to take that action. Our education...

/ September 13, 2021