Triumph opens Udaipur’s biggest Computerised Training Center
Last weekend saw the opening up of the skies to welcome the monsoon as well as the beginning of a new concept in complementary training, with the opening up of Triumph, which comes as another breath of fresh air, having all the vanilla offering that a study center should have, with an icing of holistic approach based development method
Last weekend saw the opening up of the skies to welcome the monsoon as well as the beginning of a new concept in complementary training. Triumph International Institute comes as another breath of fresh air, having all the vanilla offering that a study center should have, with an icing of holistic approach based training and development method.
Boasting of the biggest computer laboratory in the region, the setup is equipped with 200 personal computers. This is to facilitate comprehensive learning, along with providing a platform for online tests to students and professionals. Currently, of those who appear for online test based competitive examinations, most have to travel to nearby cities like Ahmadabad and Jaipur for appearing in these tests. With a center coming up in Udaipur, the opportunity to appear for examinations locally will increase.
Also, Triumph comes with a new concept in the field of coaching, which is not simply a tuition center but also a place where children can resolve their learning issues in whichever way they could learn best.
The institute aims to provide a complete solution to academic and holistic development through weekend programs, which will include soft skills development, communication skills, foster interest in reading by organising reading clubs and excursions for stress free learning.
There will be more focus on personalized learning rather than large groups. Teachers will not only teach here but will also act as facilitators. The well-equipped computer lab is to facilitate digital access for the child by organising various online and offline exams to make the children savvy to the machines and decrease their dilemma of taking exams on computers.
Parents will be kept in the loop by updating them with their child’s performance and keeping and open feedback system to foster two way communication that will be in the best interest of the child. Children with special needs will be catered separately to get them at par with the other kids. Many more services will be added from time to time.
The institutes administration and mentoring will be overseen by a group of academicians who have decades of experience in various countries and have brought modern pedagogy methodologies to local schools.