Tiny Feet Giant Leaps, a mom and child center focusing on children from the ages of 10 months to 12 years. Children learn to create, bake, sing, stretch, dance, act and perform while having FUN!
All classes are an hour long. Drop-off classes without parents and caretakers are encouraged to cultivate a sense of independence in the children. We do have waiting facilities for caretakers/nannies while children attend classes.
Tiny Feet strives to offer an innovative learning experience through a variety of classes and workshops using a diversity of multimedia and methodologies. Our hands-on classes encourage children to think out of the box and be creative…They explore the world, learn to share, become more independent, build their confidence, and most importantly, make friends.
The first planned city in India, Chandigarh is known internationally for its architecture and urban design
Planned, modern city, significant as a symbol of a developing, progressive and free India, Chandigarh is pragmatic mix of the functional and the aesthetic, romanticism blended with practicality.
Born as a direct result of a violent and black period of Indian history- the partition, Chandigarh has acquired the unique distinction of being a capital to two states. The wide tree lined roads, unique architecture, greenery, the Rock Garden and its citizens, all merge and emerge to characterise a city of the future, with no baggage of the past.
Famous as ‘The City Beautiful’, Chandigarh was designed by French architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, popular as Le Corbusier.
Chandigarh literally means “The Fort of Chandi”. The name comes from the ancient temple called Chandi Mandir, devoted to Hindu goddess Chandi. Located near the foothills of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas in northwest India, Chandigarh covers an area of approximately 114 sq km and shares borders with Haryana and Punjab.
Panjab University, Chandigarh (PU) has beaten all 15 Indian Institutes of Technology to become the nation’s only educational institution to figure in Times Higher Education World’s Top-400 University Rankings for 2013-14.
Emerging as a surprise package, Panjab University, Chandigarh has left behind all the IITs to be India’s top-ranked university in Times Higher Education World’ Top-400 University Rankings for 2013-14. Announced on Wednesday in London, the rankings put the fourth-oldest Indian university in bracket of 226-250 way ahead of IIT-Delhi, IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Kharagpur and IIT-Roorkee, all four among only five institutions to feature in top 400.
PU, notably, is a full-fledged university as compared to science-oriented IITs. Other prominent universities including locally coveted University of Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Mumbai University among others didn’t find mention.
The Editor of Times Higher Education Phil Baty lauded PU for receiving high scores on citation impact, a parameter he pointed out showed that the research is being valued by global community.
Commenting on the ranking, PU vice-chancellor Dr Arun Grover was quoted as saying, “PU is India’s fourth oldest university and has producer luminaries like Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar and Hargobind Khurana. The university was ranked 380 by an international agency a few years ago.”