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The Millennium School, for the 21st Century Students

Hari Anil
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Hari Anil
Educomp Solutions, the largest educational company in India, is expanding its The Millennium School (TMS) initiative to Bangalore. TMS will follow India’s first fully integrated learning delivery system for schools, the Millennium Learning System (MLS). Adding to the advantage of MLS will be global best practices and the inherent strength of Indian education system. “Rapid globalization coupled with technological developments and information explosion over the last few years, call for compelling changes in the purpose and nature of education. Our children must be self-directed, tech-smart and lifelong learners. In order to create future citizens who are confident, optimistic with a commitment to personal excellence, we have envisioned a chain of schools spread across the country –The Millennium Schools,” said Ravi Pillai, President-Schools, Educomp.

The school presents a combination of academic excellence, well teachers trained, unique talent development program and technology in every classroom. It is designed to meet the need of 21st century students with infrastructure facilities that enable holistic learning. Classrooms will be equipped with large digital interactive boards and high quality media content, using Educomp’s pioneering Smart Class system for learning through technology. The school will have all-embracing sports amenities, fully equipped arts studios, and state-of-the-art labs. Currently TMSs are present in cities like Noida, Mohali, Panipat, Amritsar, Lucknow, Meerut, Kurukshetra, Jalandhar, Bhatinda, Indore, Agra, and Karnal.

Educomp is also providing much emphasis on environmental friendliness by using environment friendly practices such as rainwater harvesting, open green spaces, and the use of natural materials in the making of the building.
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