We only labor to stuff the memory, and leave the conscience and the understanding unfurnished and void. - Michel De Montaigne

Say No to Rote Learning!

Let your child join our Knowledge Management program and experience a new way of learning!

No memorization, no homework, no hidden practice hours.
Enjoy 12 to 16 one-hour sessions per month.
We offer programs for students from grade 1 to college level.

Here are some selected case studies of our students:

Questions are refreshed every hour. For real time questions, join our courses.


What ails today's education system?

Long study hours and forced memorization do not make you a better student. You become a victim of donkey work.

The explosion in the number of books and resources has created noise, rather than making things clearer and easier for students. It has resulted in an expansion of syllabi, longer study hours and rote learning. Concept building has taken a back seat and 'targeted' long practice hours have become the only tool to success.

Say NO to Rote Learning

  • No Memorization. We encourage to forget.
  • No Homework, No practice sessions.
  • Climb conceptual ladders. Learn new concepts to practice old ones.
  • No long study hours. 8 to 12 one-hour sessions per month.
  • Devote more time to your hobbies.

What is Knowledge Management (KM)?

Knowledge Management offered by us is a product that eliminates wasteful activities, presents knowledge in logical and networked fashion through Integrated Knowledge Flow, combines and presents similar and related topics at one place, all leading to faster learning, wider coverage and practice of concepts and minimization of memorization.

Get ahead of your peers

  • Without long study hours
  • Without boring rote learning
  • Without lengthy homework
  • Without tests every week and month

Our students are far ahead of their peers.

With concept building and applied problem-solving techniques, our students get ahead of their peers and start self-learning in a very effective manner that allows them to learn new concepts even without our help.


What do we offer?

As of now, we offer instructor-led courses which use KM. KM is getting better with its AI models but it is still not there where it can replace a human instructor. So, we offer short-term and regular human instructor-led courses.
Long-term Courses:

These courses run for months and years and are the most effective ones. We groom them to have strong conceptual and analytical approach to problem solving. There is a lot of emphasis on logic and philosophy. These courses cover most subjects. However, math and science take the majority of time. The curriculum is adaptable, and topics are chosen collaboratively by students and instructors.

Short-term Courses:

Choose a subject for a grade or a list of topics and we will cover them. The duration of the course depends on the topics included in the course.

Click here to see the list of courses offered by us.

Software programming as a medium of communication

We don't teach software programming as a subject. But we use programming as a medium of communication in visualization, what if scenarios, learning advanced concepts in math and science from lower grades. Even our grade 3 students know how to plot points, circles, pie, bar and other charts, network maps, geographical plots. The programming is not only fun but allows them to explore concepts independently.

No programming for the sake of programming

However, note that we don't teach students programming for the sake of programming. If something is not needed for the concepts they are learning, we don't teach them.

We teach actual programming

  • No drag and drop, no copy and paste, our students write code like programmers.
  • They are taught very basic code and then they explore further.
  • They write programs for the concepts you learn.
  • They create visualization and what if scenarios.
  • Students use mainly Python, HTML, SVG and CSS in lower grades.

Do grades reflect true ability?

In Guardian, Phil Beadle writes in an Thu 25 Aug 2022 article, "Private schools clearly perceived the system’s inbuilt capacity for gaming as an open invitation, in a way that state schools did not. Why? First, many private schools are standalone institutions. State schools have rigorous moderation processes. In department workrooms across the country, teachers check each other’s grading. If it’s too generous, we mark it down; too harsh, and we mark it up. Yet the independent sector seems to have a less rigorous grade moderation process than state schools. Perhaps it is also less fearful of regulatory authorities. After all, private schools do not fall under the remit of Ofsted, and have their own rather less rigorous inspection regime.

Private schools also face increased levels of parental pressure. Most parents who send their children to private school spend six-figure sums on fees, and therefore expect their children to get top grades. This creates a pressure to deliver results – a factor that probably drove last year’s bumper set of top grades within the sector."

It is not just in the UK, it is everywhere.

Inflation in scoring must worry you

Schools and institutions may design tests and conduct evaluations to ensure that a student's score gradually improves. It could be an illusion where it reflects only inflation in scoring and not a true evaluation of learning.

Test your knowledge by trying to solve problems from varied sources and competitive exams that are considered difficult. You might not solve many problems, but they will give you a better idea of where you stand.


Did you know them already?

If you attend a session and correctly answer all of the questions, you did not learn anything new. You already knew it. Your session was far from being effective and fruitful!

Learn to fail gracefully

So, make sure that you fail. Once you fail, you learn something new. Our software makes sure you get more difficult questions in every step, You probe, you analyze and, you learn.

Learn the art of problem-solving

Rather than solving a particular problem, learn the art of problem-solving. We encourage and assist you in solving problems from books and competitive exams that are considered difficult. Solving difficult problems makes you conceptually stronger and prepares you to solve new and challenging problems.

FAQ: schedule, batch, fee, etc.

  • Is this a self-learning platform?
    Right now, no. We have plans for the future, but for the time being, it is instructor-led learning. Students, on the other hand, quickly learn how to use our platform to learn on their own without the assistance of others.
  • What is the fee for the courses?
    For exact fees, contact us. They change from time to time. It depends on the income group students belong to, the number of students enrolling, and schedule issues. We offer monthly, quarterly, or yearly plans.
  • What is a typical batch size?
    Three is good; more than five is a crowd. We discourage one-to-one sessions.
  • How do you do the scheduling of batches?
    Quality is our biggest focus, and due to it, we run a limited number of batches. As a result, this becomes the most difficult part of the process. Depending on the availability of the batches and new enrollments, as well as their time zones, we fix the schedule after a few rounds of discussion.

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