Schools in Chennai
|"Arise, Awake and Stop not till the goal is reached "
- Swamy Vivekananda
South Indian Schools
The Goal of Education & the Goal of life: Earning money cannot be the purpose of true education. Acquiring good qualities is the only purpose of education. The goal of human life is not just eating, sleeping and enjoying. Even birds and animals do that. Man must realize his innate divinity. Only then he can get peace and fulfillment.
We teach pupils to think for them, to respect other people and to be open to new ideas as well as to succeed in their examinations. It may be a less formal approach to work than you will find in other schools but it is undoubtedly effective and successful. For those looking for an alternative approach to schooling, but one with academic rigor and high expectations of each individual, It may well be the ideal school.– contact us for admissions at www.pearlseducation.com
The Asian Schools have an environment in which every student discovers and realizes the full potential.
These schools attracts the best talent - students, teachers and facilitators - from all parts of India and the world, without distinction of race, religion, caste, or social status.
The Indian Schools in India recognizes that a student’s horizon is unlimited. The school crosses all national boundaries and uses international methods of teaching to enable the students to be exuberant, confident, aspiring, and well adjusted individuals in their chosen vocation.
The South Indian Schools, as a residential school, maintains a sharp focus on the pursuit of knowledge and skill.
In particular, we make the students attain the highest academic standards. In addition, drawing on our traditions and rich history, our school aimed at the broader development of the complete personality of our students by creating and nurturing their inherited qualities.
Asian business schools are getting better than ever -- that's the message from the latest Financial Times ranking of global MBAs, which lists three Asia-based programs in the top 20.
Asian Schools, The annual league table by the London-based business newspaper, now in its 10th year, is traditionally seen as perhaps the most authoritative global ranking, assessing worldwide MBAs on a series of criteria ranging from alumni salaries and experiences to course diversity and academic research.
South Indian Schools, This year's top 100 remains, as ever, dominated by U.S. and European schools. 61 of the 100 are based in the U.S. or Canada, while 27 are European.
Asian Schools, The top five schools are the same as last year, although not all in the same order, with the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton school leading the rankings again. Next comes London Business School -- up from fifth in 2007 and the highest-rated European school ever -- and then Columbia, Stanford and Harvard.