Disha Prasad a toddler who has got her basics all right at this young age enjoys the learning process and continues to grow with it
Disha’s grasp over things and her sharp aptitude can be attributed to her mothers scientific teaching techniques like learning with flash cards, sleep talk etc. Disha’s mother Dr Mahalaxmi Prasad has enrolled her in Adhaar Overall Growth Centre (OGC), Chembur, for training that spans over a year. Her mother states, “I have attended the Infant Siddha Programme course of Mumbai Education Trust’s Rishikul Vidyalaya, Bandra and have put my daughter at Adhaar Overall Growth Centre (OGC) at Chembur, in the same premises as Podar Jumbo Kids, which was set in consultation with them. I am happy with the learning of my child. She has developed a positive aptitude and attitude in right ambience at Adhaar OGC.”
“Disha has learnt a varied gamut of things like acquiring proficiency over dance, drama, tabla, flute, keyboard, yoga, sanskrit, vocals, karate, skating, art and craft etc. Depending upon her aptitude and attitude towards each of these she has excelled in most of the activities,” says her mother.
Era Singh, director of Adhaar OGC, Chembur explains, “Our centre certainly explores the child’s creative faculty and area of their excellences hidden in them with the help of teachers and parents through right kind of techniques and methodology for holistic development of the children. It is established facts that early start of education gives pre-emptive advantages to children and their learning, experimenting and memorisation abilities and they are all ready to take off with right kind of learning environment.”
Disha has learnt academics at an age where a strong academic foundation is laid for their development and also inculcating the values and virtues of Indian culture.
Disha has learnt to explore her creative and logical potentialities by multi-diverse and multi-sensory activities, skills development and art forms to evolve her in all spheres- physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual.
“ I have seen my daughter develop a keen ear to music, where she has an inclination to learn new instruments. She takes learning as a fun thing and we plan to continue her association with OGC along with her schooling,” says Disha’s father, T Ramkrishna Prasad.