When I was a school-going kid, one thought inspired me and was always on my mind. The golden thought was, “In coming years, big will not beat small, rather fast will beat the slow”.
When we look back in history, we see that it took the telephone, 75 years to reach to 50 million users, whereas radio took 38 years to reach 50 million users, TV took 13 years to reach 50 million users, the internet took 4 years, Facebook took 3.5 years, and Angry Bird took just 35 days to reach the same strength of users.
So if you want to combat and conquer the world, start now! Think and act, learn and relearn, improve and develop, innovate and implement!
Founder Chairman & Managing Director
Welcome to the world of Renaissance.
Dalai Lama has well said, “When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts”.
We are living in an era of depreciating moral values, increasing distance between the teachers and the students; the vacuum in the interest areas that our young generation must ideally pursue. In my view, this vacuum is one of the reasons for social depreciation.
Confusions and non-clarity is a feature of this generation like other generations. However, with the advent of technology, their vulnerability has increased, yet it is not that easy to deal with teenagers.
Teaching the denominations of humanity, and life to them, in parallel to academics is the need of the hour; however, it is quite challenging.
At Renaissance Law College, we understand that the world is in urgent need of intellectual and professional attention, and we believe that our students will rise to that call. With this mind, we continue to march steadily towards our aim to provide responsible citizens who will participate in nation building.
The College is committed to providing students with the knowledge, tools and facilities required for them to be at the forefront of tackling the social and moral problems of the day, while helping them lead the complex transformation that current environmental and socio-political challenges pose for our societies, especially in the developing world.
“For every one of us that succeeds, it’s because there’s somebody there to show you the way out” we’re one of them.
Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a future job but a lifelong process which creates an understanding of moral and ethical values to guide one’s life in a right path. I am sure that our students of today will carry forward tomorrow that the faith and belief of love and unity entrusted in their hands at Renaissance Law College, Indore.
“Do the work with intention not because of compulsion.”
With all my love, best wishes and blessings!
College is that stepping stone which helps you become qualified to achieve your goals and these goals will one day ascribe meaning to your life. The education here is going to be a transformational journey which will enhance your individual qualities and persona.
There is a purpose to one’s life which makes an individual unique and helps one to stand out in the crowd. As a person, I strive to make sure that every student finds uniqueness in their personality. So, seek out education and discover yourself.
I would like to end my words by penning down a quote by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, which I firmly believe in:
“Own your individuality and you will prosper like no other.”