Time Machine

An entrepreneur is trained amidst contemporary and futuristic projects through the time machine. The concept of the time machine transmits the learner into the future, with a futuristic problem adding several cutting edge issues to the problem solving approach. Each learner is trained individually with numerous realistic projects which sharpen the business acumen to reap a rich harvest in the near and distant future.

This mode of teaching where the student is actually subjected to a real situation, learns planning and strategies to win; thus applying the knowledge that is learnt in a classroom.

SAI International School has devised a unique concept of Time Machine where in a student moves into future and imagines what he or she will do and where he or she will be. Based on this concept, students travel to their future and dream of their vision. They create their project in the school’s entrepreneurship lab and make a project report at the end of the program. Thus begins their journey to the future.

“I never perfected an invention that I did not think about in terms of the service it might give others… I find out what the world needs, then I proceed to invent.”
– Thomas Edison

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