Hyderabad, 3rd April 2019: Leo&Mike, the Hyderabad based after school learning company announced their collaboration with Amar Chitra Katha (ACK Alive) to bring content and delivery of their programs through their learning centers at Film Nagar. Celebrity actor Rana Daggubatiti and well known film producer Suresh Babu are investors and co-owners in Amar Chitra Katha. Leo&Mike will be conducting their summer camp with ACK at different locations. A collaborative effort between Leo&Mike and ACK, this space focuses on putting art, culture, tradition, science and technology together.
This is the very first ACK Alive centre in India, with areas designated for art and design, life skills, performing arts, Vedic sciences and more. Classes and sessions cater to almost every age. Leo&Mike is going to add on a value to it through their unique teaching methods and engaging activities.
“Amar Chitra Katha is such a solid brand which represent a lot of tradition and culture in India and Leo&Mike bring technology and science learning. It will be very cool for learners to get the best of both worlds and bring a great balance” said Suresh Babu, Famous Producer.
“For me, the ACK and Leo&Mike collaboration represent east meeting the west, past meeting the future, and tradition meeting technology. Our children deserve to learn the culture, good behavior, and traditions through Amar Chitra Katha. And if that can be intertwined with future looking learning, the result will be beautiful. Possibly, what the world needs now.” said Abhilash Joseph, Founder and Director, Leo&Mike.
About Leo&Mike: Leo&Mike (https://leomike.co) is a new-age learning company that functions on age-old wisdom. They create interdisciplinary, project-based and problem-based learning programs for 4 to 14 year old children. Their core pedagogies are experiential learning and iterative design thinking. Leonardo Da Vinci & Michelangelo are their patron saints. They combine curiosity and a deep understanding of human nature and the world around us to create world-class learning programs that cut across science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.
About Amar Chitra Katha: Amar Chitra Katha is one of India’s largest selling comic book series, with more than 100 million copies sold in 20 Indian languages. Founded in 1967, the imprint has more than 400 titles that retell stories from the great Indian epics, mythology, history, folklore, and fables in a comic book format. It was created by Anant Pai, and published by India Book House.