At JKG, we adopt technology in every aspects of education. To support that we have a comprehensive infrastructure for learning that enables us to move beyond the traditional model of education and students.

It is widely accepted that we need to shift our focus from traditional chalk & board, models, charts to value oriented learning. Good learning outcome can be achieved only when we try to make possible what is considered impossible. The use of innovative teaching methods aim at grooming global citizens of tomorrow. Different activities in INTERACT CLUB & ECO CLUB shape students to deal with global issues like-Deforestation, Polio eradication, Environmental problems etc. We do celebrate National & International days & events in a grand manner within the school campus.

With the aim of honing 21st century skills in the students, our school has initiated a series of skype session during the session. It provides an International Platform to the students to interact with students around the world. To know their country , students, education system and culture. Session started with a skype with US , Watt NTX robotics, where in students interacted with the team to understand the basic of robotics, followed by session with Morocco school on "Earth day" , Healthy food under project :Lunch Box Analysis , Waste Management with Srilankan and Pakistan School.


Bridging gaps across the globe through teacher Assistant program program of British Council. It is imperative in today's world to create global citizens who understand transnational features and with this purpose a delegation from UK visited JKG International school under the British Council Teacher Assistant program. Ms. Isabelle Neumand and Liberty Hewitt are on official trip for 2 months to facilitate partnership between two schools and to provide an open platform for new teaching strategies and pedagogies along with an exchange of ideas. A traditional Indian welcome was given to them by our school management, teachers and students.

International Summer School Program

Giving international dimension to regular curriculum JKGIS Vijay Nagar ventured with its first International Summer School Programme with Felsted School (452 year old tradition), UK from 9th July to 23rd July 2017.

Our student Aditya Kumar, V, accompanied by our Principal, experienced extreme warmth and closeness through the concept of home hosting with 28 other countries.

Their visit to Thorpe Park, Cambridge College, Colchester zoo, Jumpstreet, Mersea Outdoor adventure created rapport among them. Visiting iconic sites like The British Museum gave them an insight into the social and religious solidarity of the country. The visit to London Science Museum and Hyde Park provided an exhilarating and unforgettable experience to them.