Dehradun: “Virtual education is one of the most important innovation of this time, It is the best alternate to traditional method of teaching, we have learned in Pandemic. It is quite helpful to those students who actually cannot attend the school owing to many reasons. Virtual education is the next big thing that will change the way of living and will be part of new normal,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios & Chancellor AAFT University of Media And Arts at the inauguration of the first virtual school in Dehradun.
A fully Virtual Home school in India, that offers Cambridge Curriculum, and offers courses in Vedic and Moral Education, Vedic Math, Sanskrit, Astronomy and Civic Senses, among other subjects was earlier Inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat.
The school in Dehradun is hailed as *The First Virtual Home school in the country.* And will be offering admissions from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The admissions can be taken throughout the year, and a term will be considered for 9 months. The Cambridge Board, provides globally recognised education programs and examinations in various countries.
“The home school serves as an alternative and comfortable method to established School Education system, and can help boost the confidence level of children, by allowing them to choose subjects based on their talent and interests,” said the CEO Mrs Reena Prakash Tyagi.
The entire team of SEAS Global Institute, was present for the Virtual Occasion. The Chancellor Education Dr. Sandeep Marwah, informed “The SEAS Global Institute is going to setup a bench mark in the overall development of children, it is not only going to be School Education , but Higher Education too.”
Team Members from across the world were present. Steve Sherman, from South Africa, heads the Astronomy Department said, “Through SEAS Global Institute, children will be getting an insight into Astronomy and will be getting fair chances to interact and participate in a lot of activities concerned to Astronomy. And will be getting exposure to the World of Mathematics too.”
Among others present on the occasion were Dr. Radha Singh, Dr. Mike Lockett and Carrie Sue Ayvar from USA, Ms Veerle Ponnet from Spain, Ms Thekla Mutero from Namibia and Ms. Priyanka Singh, from Australia.