TRIO World School to invest Rs. 100 crores on education
Trio World School affiliated to Cambridge International Examinations, UK, is set to open two international schools in Bangalore.
Trio World School (TWS), affiliated to Cambridge International Examinations, UK, is set to open two international schools over the next 5 years in Bangalore with an investment of more than Rs. 100 crore. TWS has procured 15 acres land near Yelahanka which will be equipped with modern education facilities, indoor swimming pool, auditoriums, boarding facilities, labs, sporting facilities, gymnasium, these learning centers will set a new standard for school education in Karnataka.
This initiative is inspired by the vision of its founder & chairman K N Manjunath to provide the highest quality global education to children of all nationalities within a safe and caring environment.
“Education today plays a key role in developing character and building value systems. The aim of today’s education is not merely to provide employment, but to prepare citizens for tomorrow. Our effort is to give back to the society by setting up schools with world class curriculum and academic experiences, where the learning model is different and follow International training methodology,” says K N Manjunath, Founder & Chairman of TRIO World School.
“Knowledge, nowadays, is being updated at a very fast pace. To keep up, educational institutions have to look at innovative learning techniques. We are committed to giving students the tools to enable them to think critically, seriously and creatively by providing a solid foundation for social, emotional and academic growth,” he adds.
Furthermore, in keeping with the growing demand for world class pre-school facilities in the city, TRIO is also opening its first state-of-the-art international pre-school chain, TOTS.
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