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ILOA bags prestigious award at 7th International Educational Summit in Delhi
August 29, 2016, 12:25 pm
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Indian Learners Own Academy received a prestigious award on the 7th International Education Summit in Delhi on 5 and 6 August.

The School Principal, Asha Sharma received this Award on behalf of the School at Hotel Meridian in Delhi. She was presented a trophy and a certificate.

This award has been conferred for teaching pedagogy being followed at school. ILOA has been experimenting with learner friendly teaching methodology from the very inception.

The wholesome report of the efforts of the schools was presented by the school Principal to the Award committee a month before.

The jury of judges of this award scrutinized each detail and all the clarifications were answered satisfactorily. It was voted heavily on the teaching pedagogy and on 6 August, the school was declared the winner.

There were 225 applications for the award and only 2 were chosen for teaching pedagogy. Many universities and chains of pre KG schools were also in the race for excellence in various other fields. Indian Learners Own Academy and Ryan International were the two institutions which were honored for teaching pedagogy.

The award reads “Indian Learners Own Academy, Kuwait is recognized for breaking new grounds in deep learning by impacting various categories of intelligences of learners at school through Innovation in teaching pedagogy.”

Mrs. Sharma gives the credit for this award to all the stake holders, the students, parents, teachers and the management of the school, who gave their best for improvement in every area.

She wishes to congratulate the students, parents, the teaching and administrative faculty of the school for bringing this laurel to the school and hopes that this team work will continue which will take the school to pinnacle of glory and excellence in work.   

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