Podar Education Network has setup Podar International School in Panelim. With an aim to provide top class education, Podar International School will be opening a proposed CBSE school in June 2021 from nursery to class five in the academic year 2021-22.
With over 93 years of experience within the educational space, the Podar group is now a network of 131 educational institutions across India, with the combined strength of over 1,60,000 students and the support of 7,600 dedicated and loyal staff members.
Podar International School aims to give emphasis on technology in education and as an extension to this all the classrooms will be equipped with digital projectors and visualisers. The school building will have facilities like computer labs, libraries and special classrooms for students to pursue hobbies like music, dance, drama, yoga and skating, among other things.
To ensure that the quality of the curriculum remains the same across India, Podar Innovation Centre develops the lesson plans for each class and training in personal grooming for both teachers and students. Extensive training is provided to teachers by the team so every teacher is qualified and capable when they enter the classroom. The centre organises various workshops based on teaching methods, life skills and behavioural management to improve the skill sets of teachers.
The schools offer comfortable and well-designed fleet buses with all vehicles having a support staff to receive and drop students at predefined bus stops, across different bus routes. The
buses have been designed with facilities like CCTV camera, medical kit, fire extinguishers and the speed limit set to 40 kmph only.
The Podar network of schools also offers a wide choice of educational streams such as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE), Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Cambridge IGCSE and International Baccalaureate (IB).
The new campus in Panelim is a part of the larger expansion programme that aims to take its teaching methodology into newer geographies.