Its not about the magnificent building with its lush green fields, well-lit ventilated class-rooms, the library, and the mathematical labs. Its about the well designed effort to fulfill the needs of a twenty first century learning environment that equips all to keep pace with multiple learning methods of the future. The Indian School in South Delhi, India since 1996 came into being equipped with modern infrastructure that would keep pace with the rapid advances in Science and Technology while providing India’s roots in so many other forms. The Indian School has been among the first to implement the order of the High Count in opening its doors to the “weaker sections” by offering an active school after school to the not so fortunate. Computer club, NIIT computer-aided learning sullabus, IBM certification,… all come integrated to the school programmes with the innovative usages of information and communication technologies at different levels. Swati Kohli, the computer teacher at The Indian School gives more glimpses of these innovations.
Computer Club – A club is functional for classes VI upwards after school hours, for learning courses other than in regular computer classes like Linux. The course is taught by learned faculty from IBM. A kit with books, stationary and bag is provided free of cost to the students.