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Lifelong learning and developing a philosophical mind


Most innovations, from the wheel, the flint, to the self-driving car, are as a result of imagination and curiosity. This is why curiosity is unique to human beings.

At Indus, curiosity, innovation, lifelong learning and developing a philosophical mind, are, therefore, part of the leadership and innovation curriculum. Itís not surprising that a one-unit increase in curiosity leads to a 34% increase in creativity.

We will go even one step ahead. Curiosity by itself does not lead to sustainable innovation. Children must know how to think.

(This is the essence of the message brought to newly elected Leaders of The Indus Student Council at Bangalore, by Lt. Gen. Arjun Ray (Retd.), CEO of the Indus Trust on the occasion of The Ceremony of Investiture on January 26th, 2012)

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Date: 01/22/2021

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