Our success as an academic institution lies in the equal emphasis we place on both theory and practice. The 1+1 system, wherein each teaching class is followed by a work-out class, defines the formula to perfection. Based on their performance in a series of tests on basic concepts conducted during the initial phase of the academic year, students in each class are formed into five sub groups, ascending from E1 to E5.
Decentralized Teacher Training and Counseling Method:
Each of these sub groups is headed by an associate faculty who will work towards closely identifying and improving performance positions of each student by catering to their individual academic needs. He or she will also counsel them along with the Principal, Vice Principal and the main faculty in comparing test scores from each subject, leaving no stone unturned in correction and improvement.
This idea of stepping up students at every juncture takes care of completing the LUMRA cycle of learning within the same class. It helps students at Narayana in successfully eliminating stress in learning processes that they would otherwise face with centralized modes of teaching.