What Matters Us
At CKK, we are equally concerned with the character building of our cadets. we believe that the ultimate benefits of learning character building traits turn classrooms into better learning environments. These traits help a child know, understand, and believe good choices are available to them. More importantly character-building traits help children know you will stand up for them to protect them now and in the future. The reason character education is so important to us is because it helps cadets make conscious decisions about their thoughts, actions and deeds in a way that reflects ethical values, benefiting them and those with whom they engage. We arrange special sessions with religious scholars, renowned academics, and people with well social repute to impart knowledge to our cadets which help their character building around religious, social and moral values.
Vision and creativity
Decades of research link creativity with the intrinsic motivation to learn. When students are focused on a creative goal, they become more absorbed in their learning and more driven to acquire the skills they need to accomplish it. At CKK we provide our cadets with an environment where they can nourish their creative abilities for personal and academic excellence. To encourage our cadets to be creative, we ask them to participate in five minutes of mindfulness each day, build brainstorming sessions, use gamification to encourage participation, allow students to teach and use visual aids. We are much sure that such activities help our cadets for improved academic performance, bolstered confidence and self-esteem, enhanced social skills, and better communication.
Social skills are one of the most important skills we want our cadets to learn. We believe that social skills learning improves our cadets’ positive behavior and reduces negative behavior. While effectively preventing a variety of social problems such as alcohol and drug use, violence, truancy, and bullying, social skills learning promotes cadet’s academic success, health, and overall well-being. To impart social skills into our cadets, we special focus on model manner by demonstrating and displaying social skills. We also arrange in-classroom and out of the classroom activities, class stories, class meetings, following our cadets’ interest and encourage them to ask questions.
Planning helps identify goals and helps decide clearly and concretely what need to do. It helps to ensure that you understand your goal and what you need to do to reach it by involving everyone in the planning process. We are very much interested our cadets to be good planners. We believe that it is an important part of our cadets’ academic advancement, as it is the key thinking skill in allowing them to set strategies, prioritize actions, and accomplish goals. We involve our cadets in different little classroom activities, assign them smaller task, encourage them to arrange events, presents their schedule to activities, giving them a hypothetical situation/problem and invite solutions. We believe that our cadets can better manage their academic lives if they are better planners.
Problem solving skills
Problem-solving enables to identify and exploit opportunities in the environment and exert some level of control over the future. At CKK. we are much committed to equip our cadets with important problem-solving skills because these problem-solving process is a critical part of daily life both as individuals and organization. Our cadets with more learning of problem-solving skills will have a deeper understanding of causality and more resilient. From the very beginning, we involve our cadets into different puzzled situations, written exercises, and some practical activities so as to expose them to daily life problems and then ask them to come up with solutions. In this way our cadets learn to look at problems from a new perspective. Therefore, it makes them capable of taking more calculated risks.
Values and ethics
Moral values play an essential role in any student’s life. They help build a positive character with traits such as compassion, respect, kindness, and humility. They can make students distinguish between right and wrong or good and bad. Similar to this Ethics are well-established levels that make the measures right and wrong. It is classified as unique values such as integrity and discipline, Honesty amid others, and applies them in daily routines. Ethics impacts behavior and permits an individual to make the right options. At CKK we are always in process of encouraging our cadets to demonstrate values and ethics. We arrange special seminars, and religious talks, share moral stories, remind them of moral and ethical slogans by displaying them at different places on college premises, and set examples by following virtues of honesty, integrity, humility, and responsibility. This all helps our cadets to become better citizens of Pakistan.
Teamwork teaches our cadets essential communication and social skills, such as active listening and effective speaking. When working as a team, our cadets learn how to listen to their teachers and coaches in order to perform their individual roles. Cadets learn how to listen to one another in order to function as a cohesive unit. Teamwork plays an active part in creating positive energy and atmosphere on the campus. It teaches our cadets to support any fellow cadets who need extra support and take instruction well from team leaders. In order to promote teamwork, we assign group tasks and group assignments to cadets and arrange group discussions, sports events, and other academic and non-academic activities which ask for teamwork.
We at CKK firmly believe in good and improved communication skills for improved academic performance and excellence in the co-curricular activities of our cadets. Communication skills help cadets to be confident enough and create a love for the institutions It’s really important to remain friendly with others in this competitive world. Better verbal Communication and physical expressions help cadets to make new friends. We take necessary measures to help our cadets improve their communication skills. We allow them to express their opinions in the classroom. Asking about their opinions in the classroom helps our cadets develop better communication skills. We teach our cadets to share their thoughts on different social, economic, religious, and academic matters. We also encourage them to participate in debate competitions and other contests to speak their thoughts because we value our cadets’ thoughts.
Mental health and psychological wellbeing
Mental health includes emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how our cadets think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how our cadets handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health and psychological well-being are important at every stage of our cadets’ life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Research shows that high levels of mental health and psychological well-being are associated with increased learning, creativity, and productivity, more pro-social behavior and positive social relationships, and improved physical health and life expectancy. At CKK, we take extra care of our cadets’ mental health and psychological health. We encourage our cadets to share their study-related and other problems to seek solutions. We also arrange periodically sessions of our cadets with renowned psychologists and motivational speakers. This helps our cadets to improve their mental health and psychological well-being.
Leadership capacity building
In line with our vision and mission, we firmly believe in strong future leadership. We understand how is it important for our cadets to experience leadership opportunities during their stay at CKK, to learn the art of building relationships within teams, defining identities, and achieving tasks effectively. It also provides our cadets an opportunity to learn to identify and display effective communication and interpersonal skills. Leadership strongly influences the quality of education. In order to impart good leadership skills and enhance leadership capacity building, we require our cadets to practice discipline, learn to follow, develop situational awareness, inspire others, keep learning, resolve conflicts and be a discerning listeners.