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We encourage “No Tuition Policy”

A world of academics at school, at home and yet again, in the tuition classes - is it really helping your child to perform? Or is it merely increasing the workload, setting unrealistic goals, making your child sleep deprived, anxious and stressed?

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We design in Individual Learning Plans.

In today’s competitive world where the tables have turned from “Jack of all trades and master of none” to “Jack of all trades and master of one”, one really has to possess strong conceptual understanding of various different fields and, master at one

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Why Peer Learning is important?

“Profound changes to how children access vast information is yielding new forms of peer-to-peer and individual-guided learning.” -Sugata Mitra What is Peer Learning? ‘Peer learning refers to students learning with and from the help of their fellow learners without any implied authority to

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At PICT, Your child is a certified English Speaker

There are more than 7000 languages spoken around the world. Nearly two third of the languages are from Africa and Asia with the fewest belonging to Europe. Languages have traveled around the world through colonialisation, immigration, business and trade.

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How we establish a positive teacher-student relationship at PICT

Parents of shy and introvert children are often worried about sending their children to ‘big schools’ thinking that they may be intimidated by the sheer size of the classroom, wouldn’t get ‘individual attention’ of the educators, wouldn’t be comfortable to participate in class

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Why we Choose Apply and Analyze Information over Memorization at PICT

There is a huge difference between accumulation of information and assimilation to synthesize. Gathering knowledge is the initial process which is later followed by comprehension, application, analysis, evaluation and synthesis. While Memorizing is defined as the acquisition of knowledge through study, experience, or

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PARENTING TIPS 4: A healthy Diet

There is an old saying “Health is Wealth” and perhaps this saying was never more important as today. With the world shrinking to a global village, fast food has become a household name. Earlier it was only the Saturday nights but now, it’s

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PARENTING TIPS 3: Here's how your child can develop fine motor skills at home

In our previous blog, we had discussed about the importance of developing Motor Skills in children. In this blog we will draw your attention towards fine motor skills. These skills are achieved when children learn to use their smaller muscles. These skills require

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Parent’s Guide to identifying learning disabilities in their children

Learning disabilities are neurological problems which interfere with basic learning skills such as reading, writing, comprehending, calculating and so on. Children with learning disabilities are prone to take longer to learn and may need individual support to develop new skills, understand intricate concepts

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