“If we really want to give future generations the best opportunity to thrive, we best prepare them for the interconnected global society they will be living in.”
In an interconnected world, what promotes thriving is not the pursuit of achievement, but our ability to contribute.
Young generation is well aware, and deeply concerned about what is going on in the world today. They are concerned about issues like global warming, social justice and inequality. For them, achievement alone is not enough. They want to go out into the world to do meaningful work — and be a genuine force for good.
BBIS opens the doors of learning and gives students the opportunity to make a small but meaningful difference in the lives of others.
Bhavanites often visit old age homes, orphanages and help the needy ones with full compassion. This inculcates a feeling of brotherhood in them.