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The Anglo Schools International Services (ASIS) is organising a lecture for people interested in applying to universities in UK.

Published: 22nd January 2014 09:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd January 2014 09:45 AM   |  A+A-

The Anglo Schools International Services (ASIS) is organising a lecture for people interested in applying to universities in UK. The organisation helps recruit international students for British boarding schools and universities, also help in providing scholarships, other financial assistance and general help. Called ‘Meet the Principal lecture’, it will take place in the city on January 31 at Hotel Oyester Airport from 11 am to 2 pm.

Focusing on a creative way of schooling to help young Indians excel, the theme of the lecture is ‘Creating schools of Warm-Heartedness -- the 21st century Vision for Education’. The session will also recognise the importance of not only training youngsters in academics but making them skilful in social and emotional intelligence as well.

Educationist and Principal Partner, ASIS, David Boddy will explain how international markets are forcing various changes in the educational curriculum, which in turn require a change in teaching methodology.

For India, entrance examinations for schools start in February and registrations are now being taken via the ASIS.

Registrations for the lecture can be done by logging in at www.angloschools.co.uk. You can also sign up on Facebook and ASIS will contact you to provide more information.



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