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Organise

After discrimination, to organize knowledge, time, aptitudes, talents, schedules and oneself makes progress, evolution and learning flawless.

Apply

Knowledge remains superfluous if it is not in context with reality. We require to apply what we have learnt so that it is internalized and applicable in life & for life.

Record

Records are essential to make work fruitful and to ultimately achieve its desired results. It is essential to record what is classified, organized, applied and modified for reference and evolution in the future.

Sort & Classify

It is the first step of any learning - to discriminate similarities & differences, sort, put into sequence or seriate. Classification of materials, subjects, concepts, interests and relevance prepares a foundation for learning.

Modify

We can analyze and understand only after we have applied and e valuated. By analysis, critical thinking, communication and practical integration, we become equipped to modify our surroundings, work, ethos, technology and eventually the world.

THE ART OF LEARNING IS IN OUR LITTLE HANDS

Life begins with opening the eyes to the world which is infinite, has uncountable objects and incomprehensible aspects.

We begin to grasp the bearings of our surroundings by first classification that is mother and others. Then we begin to understand the external world by trying to sort it into groups by classifying characteristics. That is how any comprehension is possible. For example Maths is about sorting and organizing quantities, form and dimensions, applying these for creating areas, volumes, architecture, town planning, studying, evaluation and
even budgeting.

Languages is about classifying and organizing sounds and symbols and then assigning a meaning to these and create records of everything that is possible.

These five aspects of learning are the structural basis of all that we perceive around us.

The biggest tool of our existence today is GOOGLE and it is based on - SORTING & CLASSIFYING;
ORGANIZING; APPLYING; MODIFYING; RECORDING...
and then again sorting & classifying……..