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Birla World School Salalah
, March 13, 2013 Email to a friend  | Print
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 Monzy Oommen, CBSEi coordinator at the school, welcomed the audience and presented an insight into the methodology of 21st century education, wherein personality development leads to a major role in the overall development of an individual. She spoke on moving from the ageold method of rote learning to the modern activitybased classroom.

The session included an informative talk on the birth of CBSEi by VS Sunil, executive director. With the help of a power point presentation, he explained that intelligence, life skills and values help an individual excel. This is the concept CBSEi aims to achieve with a maximum strength of 24 students in a class, he emphasised.

  

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