- Teaching methodology inculdes 'Learning by Doing: work on live projects in industry'
- A 9-Square Curriculum which teaches to innovate, build and lead
- Learn from an International Network of Mentors
- Guaranteed 3-month Innovation-based Internship with industry partners
- Hone Interpersonal + Social Media Skills
- Exquisite infrastructre
- Curriculum at the Adianta School is organized as a series of partnership projects with Industry. This leads to rich interactions between students and prospective employers well before placements season even starts. All students go through mandatory three or six month internships with Industry partners.
- Placement interviews are held twice a year, in January and in April.
Top Recruiting Companies
Some of the top recruiting companies are as follows:
- Mahindra & Mahindra
- Tata Motors
- Bihar Innovation Lab
- General Electronics
- Center for Knowledge Societies
- Yes Bank
and many more...
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
- Elegant and Green Campus in South Delhi, 1 km from Qutub Metro Station
- Lockers and Creative Spaces for each student
- Lecture Halls, Focus Rooms, Lounge Spaces, Canteen, Studios
- Wifi enabled campus
- Ice Cream Parlors, Coffee Shops, and Restaurants in easy walking distance
- Howard Rheingold - Stanford University, USA
- Geoff Mulgan - NESTA, UK
- Aditya Dev Sood - CKS, India
- Lucy Kimball - Said Business School, Oxford University, UK
- Namrata Mehta - CKS, India
- Jan Carel Diehl - TU Delft, Netherlands
- Teemu Leinonen - Aalto University, Finland
- Esko Kilpi - Esko Kilpi Oy, Finland
- Annemarie Mink - TU Delft, Netherlands
- Abhimanyu Nohwar - National Innovation Council, India
- Eshwaran Subramaniam - Carnegie Mellon University, India
- Divya Datta - Bihar Innovation Lab, India
- Halme Minna - Aalto University, Finland
- Karthikeya Acharya - Aalto University, Finland
- Tong Yee - The Thought Collective, Singapore
- Ada Wong - HKICC, Hongkong
- Ekta Ohri - CKS, India
- Selena Griffith - UNSW
- Gabriel Harp - IFTF, USA
- Sim Shan - Shanshim CC
- Dhruv Sharma - University of Lancaster, UK
- Zackery Denfeld - USA
- Christian Leborg - Branding Consultant, Norway
Setup in 2011, the Adianta School for Leadership & Innovation is founded on the three pillars of its curriculum: Innovate, Build, Lead. The goal is to develop these essential skills in the leaders of tomorrow.
- All courses are taught through its unique Learn by Doing approach, which minimizes lectures, classrooms and seminars, and focuses on actual problem solving, challenge exercises, team competitions, simluations and role-playing, all to develop actual skills, rather than merely imparting skill-concepts.
- Evaluation is on the basis of performance and outcomes not examinations. Peer evaluations, expert reviews, and self-evaluations are all used to rank students work and relative performance.
- The Adianta School for Leadership & Innovation has partnered with industry and social enterprise, and with senior leaders from organizations including Mahindra, Godrej, Tata, Vodafone, IBM, Intel, GE, the Bihar Innovation Lab, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
- The Adianta School for Leadership & Innovation is a collaborative effort between some of the worlds leading innovation organizations, including Technische Universiteit Delft (Netherlands), NESTA (UK), SIX: The Social Innovation Exchange (UK) and Center for Knowledge Societies (New Delhi)
The institute has academic partnership with the following institutes globally:
- School of Design, Technische Universiteit Delft (Netherlands)
- NESTA (UK)
- SIX: The Social Innovation Exchange (UK, Global)
- Center for Knowledge Societies (India)