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Indus Training And Research Institute
We are the first training institute in India to offer postgraduate level, professional teacher certification programmes in International Education, exclusively customised to meet the requirement of international and progressive schools. We offer higher education programmes in association with reputed British Universities which are recognised in 140 countries. All our postgraduate programmes meet high academic standards with a focus on practice-teaching, mentoring, and professional competencies equivalent to the Teachers Standards stipulated in the UK.Learn more about ITARI
ITARI has provided me an engaging learning environment which is both enjoyable and informative. I am currently studying the PGDIE programme this year. I`m a boarder from outstation and live on the school campus. The high academic standing of ITARI faculty and school mentors make the PGDIE an extraordinary full-time teacher training programme, unlike any other in the country. The curriculum and assessment are holistic. What particularly strikes me is the perfect balance between theory and practice.
As an unsure fresher, looking for a job as a teacher at a good school, being selected through campus recruitment and getting accepted into ITARI was an absolute blessing for me and my family. The PGCIE training I received was transformational. The faculty at ITARI are not only experts but warm, inspiring individuals who have, in a short time, impacted my life and career positively. Through ITARI I have been recruited as a teacher at Indus International School, Pune. I cherish my job, have got a great salary with perks. My students enjoy my teaching. I remain indefinitely indebted to the institute that I respect and love so dearly.
There are very few organisations today, wherein you are made to feel like you belong! I have been associated with Indus International School for more than five years now. I have been an Indus parent, a demanding member of the PAC, a PGDIE trainee at ITARI, and now after a rigorous one-year training with internship finally recruited as a teacher at Indus International School, Bangalore. It`s been worth it, and I am where I want to be. Thank you ITARI for challenging me to raise the bar, for your unflinching support, and for being my home away from home!.
The Cambridge International Diploma (CIDTL, UK) gave me the flexible option of working and studying at the same time. The fee was reasonable. The workshops were very informative, thanks to the brilliant faculty members; the facilities, library, and logistic support were excellent. I was able to complete all the research modules prescribed by Cambridge International Examinations, get a distinction, and get a job at a reputed international school through ITARI placements. Many of my batchmates also got jobs in good schools including Indus. Thank you team ITARI, you have made all the difference in my career.
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From the CEO/MD’s desk
Lieutenant General Arjun Ray, PVSM, VSM (Retd.) CEO/MD
Every individual, family, state and nation is going through the most difficult phase in recent memory. However, in this moment of a humanitarian crisis, we should look upon Corona not only as a scourge, but also as a blessing: a reminder to each one of us that we need to reset our lives - slow down, and re-connect with ourselves. A reminder that there is more to life than money, pleasure and power. A reminder that the greatest gift parents and teachers can give their child, is to help them find a purpose, to give meaning to their life and work. A reminder that, if children do not remain innovative, they will not be able to re-skill themselves continuously.
Corona is a message for the education systems of the world; that education of the heart and mind is more important than education of the head alone. Corona is a cry for return to humanness, a quality we had virtually forgotten.
Corona is the reset button in the life of every person, every nation.
Corona will change the world permanently – the way we live, the way we care for each other, the way we work, we think, we live, we parent, we teach. Education too will change, and its contours are staring at us.
The purpose of education will be to prepare a child for a future we do not know, a future that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.
Teachers will teach the child, and not the subject alone. Teachers will now become human.
There has to be a pronounced shift in education of the heart (emotions and competencies) and mind (spirituality), and not the head alone.
Schools, corporations and businesses have realised that Internet gives them the capability to work efficiently from home. Coronavirus has made online education go viral. This will increasingly become the norm. Our children should be ready for blended learning, the emerging new learning environment – a combination of online classes by teachers, and school-based learning.
Children must use technology to take ownership for their learning. They can no longer remain passive learners, and expect to be spoon-fed. Lifelong learning and entrepreneurial competencies will ensure their happiness and success.
By the time children graduate from school they should be future-ready; college may be too late.
Indus is committed to this commitment of transformation, through Artificial Intelligence, innovation, courage and resilience.
With warm regards,