VIBGYOR forays into the city of Education

Bangalore , 12th October 2018: With the aim of giving quality education to children and nurturing them to become the leaders of tomorrow, VIBGYOR Group of Schools, India's leading international school, is launching its first school in Mangalore this academic year. The move is in line with its rapid expansion plans targeted at South Indian states and the school will be located in Kulur, Mangalore.

The state-of-the-art school will house around 2500 students and also include around 250 renowned and reputed teachers. With this, VIBGYOR aims to establish its roots within the city and create the perfect learning environment with best-in-class facilities and learning tools for children in the city.

Speaking on the launch of the first school in Mangalore, Mr. Ashish Tibdewal, CEO, VIBGYOR Group of Schools said, “Mangalore is a natural choice for starting our school as it has a rich history within the education sector in India. Its diverse culture and high literacy rate also goes hand in hand with VIBGYOR’s goal to always provide academic excellence to its students. With the help of dedicated educators who are trained to channelise their energy and resources towards child-centred qualitative learning, we believe that we will be able to further our mission and success within the city."

The Group’s journey towards educational excellence began in Mumbai in 2004 with a view of providing quality education to students. VIBGYOR’s educational philosophy is based on the holistic principles of learning that lays emphasis on the overall development of the child: intellectual, social, physical, emotional and spiritual. The teaching infrastructure is designed based on this philosophy. The group is recognised for offering world class education and focusing on using hands-on experience and analysis as methods of teaching rather than the traditional rote learning method and emphasis on scoring marks. Currently VIBGYOR caters to 48,000 students through its schools across the country.


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