The Narayana Group, Asia's largest educational consortium, purveys nearly two decades of pedagogical brilliance. The group has more than 360,000 students and 35,000 accomplished teaching and non-teaching faculty in over 560 centres across India. Extending across 13 states, the Narayana Group comprises a a large cluster of schools, junior colleges, coaching centres, IAS training academies, and medical, engineering and management institutions. In addition to establishing itself as the benchmark in academic transcendence, Narayana schools in Bangalore also continue to deliver unmatched results in intra-country and international competitive examinations.
One of the highlights of the Narayana Group of Schools' branches in Bangalore, in operation since 2010, is the seven years integrated IIT Olympiad programme. The idea behind this programme is to train and prepare students for competitive examinations such as IIT and Olympiads that are organized at both national and international levels. The integrated schools in Bangalore adopt a unique approach for teaching by including not only State, CBSE, and ICSE, syllabi but also IB and IGCSE.
In addition to being taught their prescribed topics, students are also taught associated topics from higher classes in order to introduce them to ingenious and modernistic thinking abilities. Furthermore, pupils of Narayana schools in Bangalore are also given lessons in valuable concepts that are indispensable to the process of preparing for competitive exams in not just India but also all around the world. Buoyed by the group's commitment to delivering unequalled results in every domain of education, its myriad institutes have comfortably claimed dominance as the centres of excellence.
The Narayana Group's bouquet of institutes also includes the distinctive E-Techno schools -- a total of 208 throughout India, to be precise. The Narayana E-Techno schools in Bangalore proffer a scholastic synergy between laying the foundations for students' careers and development of life skills. The idea is to encourage and enkindle innovators of the future. The programme, aimed at standard VI to X students, also provides creative thinking and communication skills in a stress-free learning environment that includes aspiring medical professionals and engineers.
The Narayana E-Techno schools in Bangalore employ consolidated syllabi for pure science subjects and decentralized teacher training methods that allow its students to perform exceedingly well in competitive exams. And with special significance laid on performance and selection in competitive examinations, the group continues to spearhead novel trends in the realm of technology, innovation, and research. The programme uses various tools including audio and visual media to bolster its objective approach of introducing and developing concept-oriented thinking in students. Besides that, students are also counselled and receive guidance on a regular basis from the schools' dedicated faculty. Suffice it to say that the interconnected trio of subject knowledge, conceptual skills, and personal competencies are given the greatest possible priority, which allows Narayana schools in Bangalore to create the global leaders of tomorrow.
Narayana E-Techno schools in Bangalore offer the following benefits and advantages:
- Integrated syllabus that also includes research-oriented audio-visual training
- Enhanced emphasis on mathematics and science Olympiads
- CDF programme to strengthen basics
- Leap Programmes that include English lab activities to enhance communication skills
- Practical experience in well-furnished Physics, Chemistry, and Biology laboratories
- Common schedules, common teaching, common examinations, and common analysis to level the field
- Error list programmes to redress mistakes made weekly tests
- Edutainment via weekly activities and projects
- Focus on development of problem-solving skills
- Clubs to focus on formation and development of extempore skills
- Grooming talent by the means of Robin age monthly magazine
- e-diary facility for parents
Infrastructure: The Narayana Group understands the role infrastructure plays in education. This is why its schools come equipped with the following:
a. Libraries and laboratories: The Narayana Group of schools’ branches in Bangalore get integrated classroom libraries and state-of-the-art laboratories to aid the schools' activity-oriented approach to learning on a daily basis. In fact, laboratories have been proven to be extremely productive environments for our subject enhancement programme.
b. Computer labs: The high-tech computer labs are used to enhance the general curriculum taught to students. In addition to that, students get to scan through different websites on the internet to learn and acquire a global view about the modern technologies and innovations around the world.
c. English lab: It serves as the playing ground for enhancing students' grasp over linguistics and improving vocabulary via soft skills and the LEAP programmes and its publications.Edutainment:
The Narayana Group has lead the overhaul of teaching methods in India, thanks to its belief in using various mediums and modern technology for education. And this is why its schools use audio-visual mediums for not only instruction but also interpretation. Each classroom gets LCD projectors and other supporting equipment that are used to explain different concepts to students in depth. Another part of the edutainment philosophy is the Video conferencing at Narayana a.k.a. the VCAN programme. It facilitates cross-country communication and enables interactive programmes like quiz, just-a-minute (JAM) sessions, etc.
In addition to technology, the schools also engage students in activities aimed at broadening their perspectives. This includes discussions, mind-mapping techniques, quizzes on applying thought, data sufficiency, mental ability, logical reasoning, and folding and unfolding of concepts.
Students of Narayana schools in Bangalore are coached in relaxation techniques, and receive yoga and meditation training three hours every week in order to help them cope with the various academic activities.