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India: Consciousness-Based Education students win Times Science Quiz
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31 January 2015
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The Times of India reported recently from Chennai, ''Vishnu Kamath and V Visrudh from Maharishi Vidya Mandir won the fourth edition of the Times Science Quiz, conducted by The Times of India in Association with Karpaga Vinayaga Educational Group at Chinmaya Heritage Centre.''
Over 1,000 students from 120 schools across Chennai took part in last week's quiz.
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The largest chain of privately owned public schools in India, Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools offer Consciousness-Based Education in 118 cities across 16 states. This approach adds study and research in consciousness to the traditional study of the academic disciplines. Transcendental Meditation is a central feature of Consciousness-Based Education.
Through Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's system of education, Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools remove the inadequacies of education by offering Total Knowledge to unfold students' total brain potential, so they may use their full creative potential to live perfection in life.
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