The Singapore-headquartered Global Indian International School (GIIS) today inaugurated its flagship SMART campus to provide NextGen education for 21st century learning with most technologically advance facilities, largely for its students from the Indian expatriate community.
The premises can accommodate 3,500 students and has 92 SMART classrooms, 47 SMART labs and studios for skills-based learning.
It is the largest smart school in the world on a 10-acre complex with virtual classroom and unparalleled security systems in place including facial recognition facility, a highly efficient means through which students will be able to access the entire campus, said Atul Temurnikar, Chairman and Co-founder of GlIS.
The facial recognition machines outside every classroom and access points are one of the fastest systems in the world to allow speedier access to users. The machines take less than one second to recognise a student's facial imprint, which also translates into 40 per cent faster marking of attendance.
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