The purpose of education isn't merely the transfer of knowledge and sharing information with students. The primary function of education is to lead young human beings to the gateway to a tomorrow they imagine for themselves. The Narayana Group too ardently believes that children are entitled to a proper education that consequently enables them to successfully forge a path towards a bounteous future. In fact, this belief constitutes the sturdy foundations of all Narayana institutes including the Narayana School, Delhi. The Narayana Group unceasingly strives to empower students with exceptional education so as to aid them in their pursuit of their individual professional ambitions. The Narayana Group, among the largest educational conglomerates in Asia, provides academic supremacy that finds its roots in its rich experience of nearly four decades in this sector. The fact that the Group has more than 360,000 students and employs 35,000 professional teaching and non-teaching faculty in over 560 centres all over the country is an exemplar of the Group's passionate history and deftness and also the matchless success it delivers in the domain of education in India. And along with being widely known as the architect of pedagogical brilliance in India, the Narayana Group is also lauded for its knack for delivering superlative results in a diverse range of competitive examinations at state, national, and international levels.
The Narayana Group's wide-ranging network of institutes, currently present across 13 states in India, includes not just schools and junior colleges, but also coaching centres, IAS training academies, and medical, engineering, and management institutions.
Narayana schools enable students to partake in a vast variety of exceptional educational programmes with the objective of enabling them to achieve various goals in the realm of education. Among the most renowned programmes offered by the Narayana Group is the seven years integrated IIT Olympiad programme that has progressively established itself as the industry touchstone among both students and their parents. The Narayana Olympiad programme is based on the commitment to train students and help them brace for different competitive examinations such as national and international level Olympiads, JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, etc. As a result, the Narayana Group's schools employ a contemporary approach that includes not only State, CBSE, and ICSE syllabi, but also IB and IGCSE syllabi in the curriculum. The idea behind the integrated syllabi approach is to help students gain a comprehensive understanding of subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. In addition to that, that the Olympiad programme also helps students become well versed with the art of solving complex numerical and logical problems. As a result, this initiative, an integral part of the Narayana Olympiad programme, gives students not only relevant knowledge but also the certitude to have a go at various state, national, and international level entrance tests and competitive examinations.
The Narayana Group complements its integrated syllabi initiative with a policy wherein students are also taught about relevant topics from higher classes in addition to the ones the prescribed topics for the class they are currently studying in. By the means of such a unique endeavour, Narayana schools are able to help students become acquainted with creative and futuristic thinking abilities. Besides that, students are taught constructive concepts that are critical to the process of training for not only national but also international competitive exams.
The sheer number of the Narayana Group's different initiatives aimed at imparting high quality education and its promise to deliver unmatched results in every single sphere of education has allowed the Group's schools to transform into the leading centres of educational excellence across India and be celebrated as some of the best schools in Delhi.
- 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
Edutainment: The Narayana Group understands the pivotal role technology plays in the process of proper education. Consequently, Narayana schools come equipped with an abundance of audio-visual tools including LCD projectors and other suitable equipment. This range of technological implements not only enables teachers to deliver enhanced instruction but also helps students acquire a better understanding of different subjects, thus facilitating thorough comprehension of a diverse range of concepts.
The other important part of of the Narayana Group's edutainment philosophy is the VCANN programme (Video conferencing at Narayana). This programme enables cross-country communication and facilitates interactive programmes such as quizzes, just-a-minute (JAM) sessions, etc. that not only help tutor students in a better way but also allows them to learn and acquire vital life skills.
Besides that, the Narayana Group's institutes and schools engage students in a large number of cognitive activities such as discussions, mind-mapping techniques, quizzes on applying thought, data sufficiency, mental ability, logical reasoning, and folding and unfolding of concepts so as to help augment their outlook in life.
Yoga, meditation, and counselling: Yet another provision that demonstrates the Narayana Group's dedication to holistic education is the provision of training in relaxation techniques. Not only that, students also practice yoga and meditate for three hours every week, which, consequently, helps them cope with their academic routine.
Infrastructure: The Narayana Group believes that infrastructure too is a vital part of the endeavour for all-encompassing education. Thus, Narayana schools come equipped with infrastructural resources such as libraries and laboratories to fortify the activity-oriented approach to daily learning. In addition to the traditional science laboratories, the Narayana Group's schools also get computer and language labs that are used to improve the delivery of the general curriculum.