Future leaders through futuristic curriculum

Our schools adopt a futuristic curriculum to impart 21st century skills, so that students can emerge as confident, competent and contributory citizens. A strong focus on integrating formal with informal learning, helps learners acquire the necessary skills for inter-disciplinary thinking, critical thinking, problem solving and resolving conflict.

Facilitating a winning exposure

We encourage all our students to explore the world and its different cultures giving an INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION to every lesson/concept taught.

Learning to win, today and in the future

To help learners remain current and competitive in a developing society, the curriculum will also offer facilities for extended learning. They need to be ‘life long learners’ discovering the world day in and day out.

MY AIS – Creating a winning partnership

We believe that parents should be as much a part of the learning process, as their children. We have created the AIS Child Learning Tracker: aweb portal. You can interact online with AIS teachers and administrators on every aspect of your child’s education.

Emphasis on Multiple Intelligences for a multi-cultural world

The focus will be on the development of Multiple Intelligences, Emotional Skills and Life Skills of the learners for their integrated, holistic growth and development.

Proprietary global teaching methods

Our Abhishek International School teaching methodology – an integrated, holistic approach to learning – balances academics and experience, mental and physical development, fine arts and performing arts, language skills and creativity, personality development and ethics. This system helps AIS students develop multi-dimensionally.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE *Proposed India)

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools under the Union Government of India. The prime focus of the Board is on :

  • Innovations in teaching-learning methodologies by devising student-friendly and student-centered a typical environment
  • Reforms in examinations and evaluation practices
  • Respect others and one’s self
  • Skill-based learning by adding job-oriented and job-linked inputs
  • Regularly updating the Teaching skills of the teachers and administrators by conducting in service training programmes, workshops etc.

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