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St. Edmund's launches school mobile app.

Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. Benjamin Franklin is right on spot with his words here.


We, at Edmund’s strive for perpetual growth and look to fill up that room for improvement 24*7. With India emerging as an IT superpower it is essential and indispensable that our kids are tech friendly and comfortable in this technological and computerized environment.

In 2005 we were the first school in Rajasthan to adopt the smart class technology for our primary, middle and senior school. In 2010 (or whatever year) we changed with time and brought the touch screen projectors to the classroom, which completely transformed classroom teaching. Our 3D lab has become a vital tool that has been helping our students in building their conceptual castles.

And we are not stopping here. In this day and age when the world sits in our palms, it has become imperative that we flow with the wind. Today, I feel privileged and proud to present to you all, The St. Edmund’s Mobile application. Once again, we are the pioneers in the state of Rajasthan to have a personalized and dedicated school mobile app. This App finds its relevance in the wake of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of “Digital India”. Let us assure you this app is just fantastic and it will completely transform the way we communicate; it will remodel our method of sharing information: it will be flawless, quick and as easy as it can get. It is eco-friendly and is an initiative in response to the drive of saving Trees.

 

 



Our aim is to make sure that our children make a mark in the society. Our aim is to make sure that our children become leaders. Our aim is to make sure that our children innovate and change the world and we have no doubt that we will succeed in this endeavour of ours because we believe that “It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen”