Indus International Primary School is a Candidate School* for the Primary Years Program. This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy— a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Indus International Primary School believes is important for our students.
“To create global citizens and leaders of tomorrow through traditional values of love, empathy, discipline and respect 21st century citizens who think globally and act locally.”
“To create life entrepreneurs through holistic education and lifelong learning.”
Special Care Of Your Children
Welcome to Indus Early Learning Centre started in 2011 at Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. The school caters to early years education for children below the age of 6years, offering a holistic education through academic excellence and strong community orientation with absence of all fear.
The IELC Curriculum Is Organized Into Five Areas Of Learning
Science and Social Studies
Personal, Social and Physical Education
FROM THE CEO/ MD'S DESK
LT. GENERAL ARJUN RAY, PVSM, VSM (RETD.)
“The 21st century is characterised by VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity); by awesome acceleration and change; and obsolescence in knowledge, technology, jobs, and even in traditional leadership. The purpose of education will, therefore, be to prepare children for a future we do not know. This is the Indus vision. The most effective way to make this a reality is to prepare our students to be life entrepreneurs. A life entrepreneur is a person who applies the principles of a startup in one’s personal and work life. Entrepreneurship is not just a business tool. It is a mindset that will help each one of us to ”
CEO’s Message – February 2024
In our rapidly changing world, the Age of Singularity looms, the time when machine thinking will surpass human thinking. As we witness advancements like ChatGPT4, it becomes evident that nurturing character alongside academic rigour is paramount. We must recognize the contrasting perspectives of Man 1, driven by external achievements, and Man 2, rooted in morality and innovation.
It’s imperative to shift our focus towards developing Man 2 qualities-purpose, empathy, and integrity to equip our children for success in an Al-driven future. Through experiential learning and personal responsibility, we can instill the values needed to navigate complex ethical challenges and shape future leaders of integrity and compassion.
This what we do at Indus.