Indian culture and the deep rooted ethos of the holy soil of our country. The Gurukul system would be the perfect technique to blend the modern technological advancements and the ancient Indian culture to create a new genre of all-rounders and ‘winners’.
This age-old education system of ancient India develops an emotional, intellectual and spiritual bond between the Guru and the Shishya. The ‘Guru’ takes the ‘Shishya’ from the darkness of ignorance towards the enlightenment of knowledge. He guides the Shishya not only to pursue knowledge, but also to build character.
Today what we desperately need, more than advanced technology, is men and women of strong character, self-discipline and capability of being global citizens, who can make the utmost utilization of technology for the benefit of mankind.
Let’s not forget that the nation is always built by disciplined, cultured, devoted and educated individuals, with full faith in self and the nation. This faith and discipline can be concentrated on character building and developing a sense of cross-cultural tolerance, co-operation and harmony.
With faith in incorporating all such qualities in their students to develop “Winning personalities”, MIT schools are committed to these ideals of making them ‘Physically strong, Mentally alert, Intellectually sharp and Spiritually elevated’