Why do we go to school ?
Why does one study or learn something ?
Why do we become educated ?
Parents advise children to ‘do well’, and ‘standout’,
What do they really want ?

With everyone having access to almost everything simultaneously, thanks to the massive internet and knowledge penetration, differentiators seem narrow. So the choices remain few, either to be faster or stronger. Not surprisingly parents have the likes of M S Dhoni or Jackie Chan or even Einstein as their role models for their children.

So, if one is not a 007, then he is a 000 !

How about changing the play field ?
Let’s get back to the basics of learning, using the basic human qualities of touch, feel and inspiration rather than force feeding alien data as if it were a bitter pill that is somehow replacing aromatic and delicious food.
At NIMka, we have done all the backend research that ensures that we have smoothened all rough edges, follow logical sequence of learning, allocate appropriate time for the sub-topics and suitably lay stress on concepts and/ or activity as the focus of our learning methodology.


At the root of all learning is future applicability and ensuring the joy of learning.

A mathematician is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat which isn't there.

Charles Darwin

A person who can, within a year, solve
x2 - 92y2 = 1
is a mathematician.


Not everything that counts can be counted. Not everything that can be counted counts.

Albert Einstein

A child loves his play, not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard.

Benjamin Spock

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