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The New Approach to Education

“Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else … Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teac

  • 05Apr,2020

    The New Approach to Education

    “Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else … Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it.”

    Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha

    The idea of tomorrow’s education is based on the principle that we need to communicate knowledge and not wisdom… not the other way round as we keep believing in ourselves to do. If you know something, you can share that knowledge or experience. Wisdom is something personal and innate.

    So with the start of 2020, here’s what IPSA wants you to believe in:

    1. Knowledge – Experiences keep you tuned to the world, but it is knowledge that fine-tunes your set of experiences into a coherent philosophy. If you open yourself to know more, learn more and get more – you are on the right roadmap to having a very special year ahead.
    2. Skills – To experience and to know is fine, by and by but without gaining any skills along with the experience, it becomes a very incomplete and impartial process. What do we do then? We ‘consciously’ need to develop skills to face our future that’s uncertain. We can’t predict what jobs will remain and which ones will be rendered redundant. Skills and our high propensity to learn will be driving force for the future.
    3. Understanding – Understanding is another basic addition to the base of knowledge and skills without which we can’t do a thing. Without understanding, how can we accurately work? How can we channel the direction of the outcomes without understanding where we are moving or what course of action are we taking? Understanding of what we are doing and the way we are doing it are extremely important.
    4. Attitude – The more pro-active you are to learning something new each day, the more you are willing to soak into experiences and expand your repertoire of skills, the more you can actually be confident in facing future. Your positive and can-do attitude can play an important role in shaping your personal and professional life for the future.

    Combining these 4 important aspects, KSUA (Knowledge, Skills, Understanding and Attitude) the year 2020 at IPSA will not only offer you opportunities to fine-tune yourself but also give you a great headstart for your future self.

    All in all you have to remember these 4 aspects and also one main point that binds them all –

    Approach the New Year with a resolution to find hidden opportunities each day!

    05,Apr 2020

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