“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.”

Learning is a perennial activity.
Globalization is characterized by fierce Competition, Sweat, Threat, Challenges, Balances and Imbalances.
Teens, you are millennials – on the threshold of young adulthood into the 21st century. You need to sharpen your axes, so as not to be left behind. For this, you need to focus and develop your 21st century skills.

21st Century Skills: What are they?

The skills required for the 21st century are called the 4 C’s: Critical thinking, Creative thinking, Communicating, and Collaborating. Gaining expertise in these four areas help student learn and be successful.  

Teens belong to an age of digitization – the information age. 

Time to hone your skills.

The Imperative Skills for Survival:

  Life Skills: To live life happily and with 100% participation, life skills are as imperative as the air we breathe: Flexibility, Initiative, Social Skills, Inter-personal and Intra-Personal Skills, Productivity, Leadership are a few of the life skills one needs to learn and practice.

Literacy Skills: Gain knowledge through reading as well as using media and technology.

Enhance your knowledge on areas like Information Literacy, Media Literacy and Technology Literacy. 
Learning Skills:

Helpful skills -Time Management and Organisational Skills, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Collaborating and Communicating  

Teens must constantly learn, to work in teams, the art of communication, be creative, and learn problem-solving skills.

  Develop the art of being focused, deeply analyze issues and develop skills such as thinking, analyzing, classifying, comparing, defining, describing, explaining, problem solving, identifying the problem areas and tracking the solutions, experimenting, and coming out with practical solutions.

Creative Thinking:

Learn the art of understanding issues, brainstorming ideas, using creativity, designing means, innovative thinking, imagining, experiment, and improvising.



Creativity is intelligence having FUN! 😊





“The art of communication is the language of leadership.”

Understand an issue, choose a medium, convey the message, understand the subject, the purpose, the audience and how well to communicate, whether to send orally or through emails, follow-up, listen to the response, be responsive, improve oral and written skills, and verbal and non-verbal communication. Focus on body language too, to create a visible and lasting impression.

“Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity.”


Work cohesively as a team, understand the value of team spirit, learn the art of allocation of resources, make decisions, lead a group, set goals, expedite, manage time, resolve conflicts, be assertive, and cooperative, and focus on team building.

 “Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.”





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