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A School with a Difference

Development of an individual is all about enabling him/her to develop mental faculties to think and decide upon the key decisions of life. J M International School located at Sector 6, Dwarka is a progressive school that teaches the child to think for himself instead of passively accepting stereotyped ideas. JMIS follows a child–centered curriculum where the emphasis is on process rather than on the end result. Learning is thus deep and not merely superficial. Children learn through integrated, theme – based units. J.M International School offers exclusive and latest facilities that together create a world class learning environment. The unique architecture of JMlS provides spacious, well–lit and centrally air–conditioned classroom, well–stocked library, laboratories, playgrounds and Tennis court alongside resource centre.

Each classroom is a democratic community. Children play an important role in making and upholding rules. The state of the art class rooms have the most modem facilities for integrating multimedia technology and digital learning AIDS. The entire school has been networked for internal communication, supervision and address system. Parents can access their ward’s attendance, assignments and progress at the click of a mouse.

The specialty of a JMIS campus and classroom is that all the computers have internet connections, generally, not found in most schools, for students to research and collect materials as per their needs. The dictum, ‘The world, a global village’ truly finds expression here. The school has strong international linkage programmes to expand the horizon of learning.

With enhanced focus on promoting ‘learning by doing’, JMIS has set up advanced Computers, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics and Language laboratories where students are provided with opportunities to get ‘hands on’ experience.

JMIS is the first school to introduce Action Research and Self–Directed Learning. Action Research constructs knowledge with teachers at the centre. It leads to development of new teaching methodologies or inputs.

Self – Directed Learning encourages the learners to take active part in school activities as master of their will. The basis of education programme is Learner – Centered Approach, which implies that JMIS teachers do not merely teach a subject, they teach a child.

The school strongly believes that each child is endowed with inherent talent and aptitude which the school strives to bring to surface. JMIS not only provides platform to every child to reach academic excellence but also shapes the total personality of a child through Srijan – the Kala and Hast Kala Kendra, Vyaktitva Vikas Kendra, Sangeet & Nritya Kendra, Natak kendra, Computer Literacy Programme.

The school conducts various activities and workshops for debates, recitations, dance, music, drama, quizzing, computer science, fitness through aerobics, yoga, martial arts and sports, art & craft and personality development during the academic year. Thus the school focuses on scholastic and co–scholastic aspects of child – development.

The school provides opportunity to the learner to nurture and showcase his talent through participation in a number of activities at the Intra and Inter–class, inter–house and inter–school levels. The students are trained and encouraged to take part in various subject Olympiads. The students have been consistently in limelight for winning accolades at national, zonal and inter–school level competitions. Winner of many rolling trophies, the school stands tall in the education community.

Besides ensuring academic excellence which helps in the mental development, the school also provides the children with opportunities to opt from large sporting activities such as various outdoor and indoor games – Basketball, Table–Tennis, Badminton, Aerobics, Skating, Chess, Athletics, Gymnastics, Kho–Kho, Tae–kwon–do, Yoga, swimming and horse riding.

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Source: Hindustan Times

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