Great Indian Schools | Indus Valley World School

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The season 2 of Great Indian Schools – an initiative by Great Place to Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India. This episode talks about Indus Valley World School, Kolkata, where dreams and fairytales come true.

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The season 2 of Great Indian Schools – an initiative by Great Place to Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India.

This episode talks about Indus Valley World School, Kolkata, where dreams and fairytales come true. 
 
About 

Indus Valley World School, is true to its name, a world in itself. The institution believes in catering to every individual, so that they are able to turn their dreams to reality. The infrastructure of the school is conceptualised, keeping in mind, the five elements of earth. The entire school is painted with vibrant landscapes, portraits of famous people along with thoughts and poems. The faculty believes that the vibrant environment drives the student to pay more attention to academics. 

IVWS is affiliated to CBSE and the classes are divided into sections like pre-primary, primary, high school and higher secondary. The curriculum is entirely based on the CBSE pattern. The school also has interesting and engaging programs that are more focused on a holistic growth of a student. 

"Indus Valley World School encapsulates passion, creativity, energy and above all a positive attitude."- Anita George, Principal, IVWS

"Look at its location, it's tucked away from the hustle bustle of the town. When the city chokes in polluted fumes, we get to breathe fresh air." - Ritesh Raj Mukherjee, student, IVWS 
 

Education beyond Classroom 
Much like the vibrant surroundings of the school, the students get to choose from a vibrant array of activities. The school has art and craft clubs, western and classical training in music and dance. It has self defence classes as well which are a necessity today. 
 
Watch to know more about Indus Valley World School, a school where learning begins outside the classroom.
 

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