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Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders: Insights from the IIT Foundations Program | Velociity



Hyderabad:

On February 14, 2024, Netaji High School in Quthubullapur hosted a transformative event that shed light on the indispensable role of IIT foundations in shaping the trajectory of students' lives. Spearheaded by Mr. PVK Raman, CEO of Velociity Educational Solutions. The event delved into the essence of skill-based education, drawing parallels from the remarkable journey of Napoleon Bonaparte.


Mr. Raman passionately articulated the need for a paradigm shift from memory-based education to skill-based learning, emphasizing the crucial role of comprehensive analytical skills in today's dynamic landscape. Drawing inspiration from Napoleon's resilience and strategic prowess, he underscored the significance of fostering a mindset of determination and adaptability among students.


Highlighting the changing tide in education, Mr. Raman elucidated how advancements in technology are revolutionizing traditional learning paradigms, opening doors to boundless opportunities for growth and innovation.

Central to his address were insights into the IIT examinations, regarded as the litmus test for students' aptitude and acumen. With fervor, he instilled in students the mantra of "I will and I can," urging them to embrace challenges with unwavering determination and self-belief.


Following Mr. Raman's illuminating discourse, Mr. Jamie Martin, CEO of English Quest, took the stage to underscore the pivotal role of spoken English proficiency in students' personal and professional development. Through engaging anecdotes and compelling arguments, Mr. Martin underscored the transformative power of language in fostering effective communication and global citizenship.


The event served as a poignant reminder of the transformative potential embedded within educational initiatives like the IIT Foundation program. As Netaji High School continues to nurture the next generation of leaders, it stands as a beacon of excellence, empowering students to chart their course toward success with confidence and conviction.



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