Banglore-situated Sorsfort schools founder-director, Kuldeep Surolia will be launching his ‘Sadvidya’ series in an effort to promote ‘soul’ education in a big way. Surolia, a teacher at heart is of the opinion that while body and mind education get most of the attention from schools and parents, the third component is often relegated to the margins. “The truth is that it body and mind both decline after a certain age but it is the soft skills, values and emotional learning skills that really make a man or woman. Most of us forget the Pythagoras theorem, formulas, equation and all that we memorized so earnestly. The residual education is soul education that prepares you for life,” he says.
Kuldeep Surolia, who has spent a decade abroad visiting several countries while he was working with MNCs prior to setting up of his school venture, is convinced that his researched motivational sessions will potentially not only distress students but also prepare them for life. In a small way he has already started the work in and around his place of work and through master trainer classes he wishes to train teachers and also take help of cloud technologies to reach more children.
Citing Swami Vivekananda, Surolia makes a point that one doesn’t need to be highly educated to change the world, rather the understanding of the soul!