2018/09/14 at 9:39 AM, 457 Views
India has one of the largest education systems in the world, which is divided into three categories—
These three divisions, run by different regulatory bodies, have different rules for all.
Over the last century, the education sector in India has not shown much change. While its counterpart, in other parts of the world, has completely been transformed. Many Indian classrooms still reminiscence of the factory system of the industrial age.
An education system needs to evolve with time. Our schools need to check their shortcomings & work to improve them. This urgent need to transform the education space arises due to the growing demands of the competitive world.
For this transformation to take place, we need to open new schools. In these schools, the students will get to learn with the help of new techniques & new technology. These new age schools will provide them with expert teachers who are abreast with recent developments in the field of education.
Starting a school in India is not an easy task. Opening this kind of advanced and well-equipped schools is not at all child’s play.
We have to be aware of what we need while opening a school. This involves approvals, planning the structure of the school, recruiting a passionate and committed team of people and designing a progressive curriculum.
All these tasks are tough to handle. A single person cannot do it alone, he needs the help & support of trained professionals, who are aware of the nitty- gritty of this tedious process.
A dedicated team of professionals who will ensure that you are guided and trained with every intricacy involved in starting a school. This Consultancy is none other than Shri Educare Limited (SEL).
SEL has a vision of bringing a revolution in the education space. By the integration of best practices from across the globe, they would transform your mere concept into a factual reality.
For all your school-related queries you can get in touch with them at email@example.com
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