The sheer nature of audio-visual media and omnipresent technology in Narayana’s e-Techno programme makes the course exciting to follow, justifying the term ‘edutainment’
Narayana Group of Schools is leading the transformation in conventional teaching methods in the country, by utilizing the audio-visual teaching medium of instruction and interpretation. Every classroom is equipped with LCD projectors and supporting enhancements, taking its students to the depth and clarity of each concept.
Video conferencing at Narayana (VCAN programme) is also an available provision to their advantage, for cross country communication and interactive programmes like quiz, just- a-minute (JAM) and many others.
Students also get to participate in mind-space broadening activities like group discussions and mind-mapping techniques along with quizzes on applying thought, data sufficiency, mental ability, logical reasoning, and folding and unfolding of concepts. This allows them to fulfill the much needed objectives of stimulating minds and developing conceptual skills, two crucial determinants of personal competency.