Outbound learning aims to help students widen their horizons of knowledge and broaden the scope of their syllabus. Outbound trips allow students to connect classroom lessons with real-life and authentic experiences where they are encouraged to learn soft skills, life skills and communication skills too.
Every student comes from a unique background. An outbound trip is a way to provide each student with real-world, hands-on experience. Some of our well-planned outbound trips include a visit to the museum, zoo, medical college, agricultural university, bank, engineering college, radio station, manufacturing units, aquarium, state capital, community garden, eco-nature camp, cycling expedition, leadership camp, heritage trip, movie or a restaurant. With each experience, students are able to establish correlations between theoretical concepts and practical applications. A field trip also builds independence since, for some students, they go without their parents.