In what ways are students most likely to find The Adhyayana to be different?

The manner in which they are expected to learn may be a departure from the manner in which they are accustomed. They will not be passive recipients of information and facts. Rather they will be active, fully participative, and ready to interact with the teacher and the rest of the group. Their learning will encompass a range of new skills such as making presentations, leading teams, carrying out independent research, finding practical application for their knowledge and creating time for reflection and evaluation.

The students will be pleasantly surprised by our faculty they have all been chosen for their broad international experience, and skills in interactive teaching in the English medium.

Our Adhyayana way of life will actively encourage moral conduct and understanding on the one hand and a sense of fun and enjoyment on the other. The Adhyayana will be a happy, safe, caring and learning community where all students will be treated as individuals and where they will experience a degree of personal freedom along with the obligations that freedom confers.

The students will find themselves in a cosmopolitan environment. They will, over time be able to understand their place in the world outside their own nation and community, to be able to appreciate other cultures and beliefs without sentimentality or prejudice, and should find it possible, once they graduate from The Adhyayana, to move through the world with ease, confidence and understanding.