KIWAMI enters Indian market

New Delhi [India], Nov 7 (ANI-NewsVoir): KIWAMI - an Educational Developmental center from Japan has entered Indian market and looking to spread the TAMAI style of learning amoung the young minds of India.

The self funded venture which has a global turnover of 500 million yen has already started classes at their first center based out of Punjabi Bagh and has plans to expand to rest of the country and are targeting 10 standalone centers by March 2017.

"TAMAI" Method has been effectively brought into numerous schools, kindergartens and significant educational centers in Japan.

It's interesting 3D environment for learning geometry is new instructive technique and has earned positive notoriety in enhancing youngsters' scholarly results.

This technique has likewise been adopted in US, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam. Established by Mitsuyo Tamai, KIWAMI is an out of school program which prepares the kid out of school limits and sets him up or her to confront the word.

Moreover, KIWAMI is a self learning and cloud based learning framework, where youngsters from pre-school till class eighth can be a part of the structure.

More than an educational cost focus, KIWAMI is a learning focus where students are occupied with free and self coordinated learning exercises with help of precisely arranged materials arranged to encourage learning results.

Tamai, founder KIWAMI said, "We have already been successful in Japan and the results from other countries have been very positive which motivates us to bring our proven methods to Indian shores.

Owing to our cultural similarities and importance for education given at very young age we are looking at a mutually beneficial association in a longer run." At KIWAMI more importance is given to the imaginative development of the child and use these imaginative skills for learning by integrating Soroban in their learning process.


Source: ANI