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The upcoming Chaman Bhartiya School in Bengaluru is daring to be different in India's K-12 jungle

Bengaluru | Schools | Silicon Valley

Anjuli Bhargava 

CBS Atrium
CBS Atrium

If Mohammed can’t reach the mountain, can the mountain be brought to Mohammed? That was the principal thought in the mind of Snehdeep Agarwal, founder of the upcoming Chaman Bhartiya School (CBS) in when he started looking for innovative around the world to model his proposed new school on. Soon enough, he came across Orestad in Copenhagen, considered one of the most innovative and unique in the world. Scandinavian countries were as it is known the world over for their superior systems and outcomes. So taken up was Agarwal by what Orestad stood for, he visited the school, met its principal and even visited the architect based in Denmark.



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First Published: Mon, November 02 2020. 11:25 IST