TME's objective is to ignite the passion of learning, discovering hidden potential, and enhancing the mind skills of our young generation by introducing programs, which in nature are technical, logical, and analytical. TME is aiming to provide such a pathway that will give young students an opportunity to sparkle their skills, aptitude, and cognitive processes. Learners are made to challenge the way they perceive, think and respond which helps them to shape their identity, to strive for betterment, and will play a vital role in their holistic development

Children between the age ranges of 5-16 years can enroll depending upon the program.

Each course has some basic requirements which students should have. For e.g. having basic knowledge of Math is the basic requirement of the ABACUS-Mental Math course. The requirement may vary from course to course and are communicated to the parents by our representatives.

Abacus is an instrument once used in only Japan to learn mental arithmetic. Now many educational institutes use it to teach simple math calculations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It not only helps in arithmetic but also with brain development by improving memory and retention, concentration and focus, as well as the development of gross motor skills from the early ages of a child.

The Abacus program works on the notion of visualization, focus, and photographic memory concept. Our brain is divided into two parts, the left hemisphere, and the right hemisphere. The left one is responsible for analyzing the information, concerning with languages and sound. Whereas, the right one has control over assimilating the information, thinking, and creativity. As a matter of fact, both our brain works together but training students in Abacus along with Brain Gym, enables one side of brain hemisphere to work as efficiently as the other one.

Dr Paul Dennison, researcher of Educational Kinesiology found that some body movements play a great role in improving brain functions like multitasking, concentration, and memory. Brain Gym comprises of those body movements which have been designed to make the two hemispheres of the brain work in synchronization.

When the two hemispheres of our brain work equally and actively, our other body functions respond accordingly leading to better mental health. Brain Gym not only speeds up the reading and comprehending skills as well as boosts self-esteem. It helps improve focus, eyesight, and physical coordination, eye-hand coordination making the practitioner smarter and sharper.

Efficiency, out-of-the-box thinking, and integration of the disciplines are the future of the 21st century. Researches prove that students can learn programming at a young age which helps them in looking out for problems, finding possible solutions, and analyzing to apply the right solution. Moreover, it develops rational thinking skills, understanding of cause and effect relationship, and positively criticizing own work to move towards betterment. Learning programming not only opens pathways for future careers but also plays a vital role in improving the performance in different areas of life.

Our highly trained faculty are not instructors rather learners and supporters of all the random ideas coming up in the mind of the students (fellow learners), together they create an environment in class where students learn through the guided discovery method, which has been proven to work wonders on children above 8 as they are wired to discover things and learn through their experiments. With step-by-step instructions as needed and scaffolding, students feel free to think and construct their own reality.

Young children are taught through problem-based learning merged with resources to find suitable solutions to their problems, sparking their curiosity and answering their “whys and hows” to things.

Creativity is a very important skill to have because it is a much-needed component of problem-solving. Children who can solve problems well tend to have a higher sense of self-efficacy, self-confidence, and self-esteem as well as a better ability to regulate themselves when faced with challenges.

How art helps with creative problem solving is that it brings to life the hidden world of thoughts and ideas in the forms of drawings, hand painting, clay figures, or any constructed forms that represent meanings such as a certain scenario or still life paintings. It taps into various modes of learning including psychomotor (mind-movement) development such as understanding texture and colors; psychosocial (relating to others) enhancement such as sharing of meanings, part of story-telling, and being acknowledged; as well as logical reasoning (problem-solving) improvement from repeated trials and errors.

An integrated curriculum is described as the one that connects different areas of study by cutting across subject-matter lines and emphasizing unifying concepts. Integration focuses on making connections for students, allowing them to engage in relevant, meaning full activities that can be associated with real life. To understand the importance, think about how much your child can learn in a classroom where math, science, and reading are all in one lesson. The integrated curriculum enhances retention rate and the student understands the concept in an improved fashion.

With the growing competition around us, every parent wants to avail the opportunity that makes their child physically and mentally sharp and extraordinary from other children of their age. Not only that but they also want to prepare their kids for their bright future.

STEAM programs train the child to get hands-on experience on different concepts of Science, Mathematics, Engineering through different means. This method of learning has been scientifically proven to enhance learning and the practical application of concepts.

STEAM programs should not be viewed as a mere activity but as a way to build your child’s future, give them an opportunity to discover their true self, their interests, and pursue them. STEAM programs are a way to change how they think and focus, and shape their visualization and imagination power and merge their theoretical learning with real-world learning. This education enhances:

Mental Speed and accuracy


Writing Speed

Concentration span

Memorization power

Complex analytical and processing skills

Listening skills

Imaginative and Visual Power

These polished skills results in better learning not only in these programs but also at school and life in general. If observed closely, the output can be seen in the child in a short period only.


Writing is a cognitive exercise which activates large regions of the brain involved in thinking, memory, composition of ideas and language.

Learn to write with both hands makes your child “whole brained” thinker. It also increase abilities in artistic, creative, and intuitive areas

Brain challenging yet fun filled activities that makes a child think strategically. It improve your memory, thinking, reaction time, and cognitive ability.

Brain sharpening puzzles, enriching brain potentials are a core exercise for the brain