Tuesday, January 31, 2012
The ground floor of the new Science Block was inaugurated on 12 January by the Head of College, members of the administration and the science faculty. The ground floor classroom can accommodate around 40 students and provides a light and well equipped space for teaching and experimental work.
The college received its new ambulance on 14 January which was duly "blessed" and made ready for any emergencies. Let's hope we don't need!
First of all, we are both terribly sorry for being quite so awful at following up the final phase of us living on £1 a day. It has been playing on our conscience for a long time, made worse by all the media attention to the crisis in East Africa. We have no excuses, but at least finally, we’re doing it!
The UWC Mahindra College campus hosted Shikshangan, an organisation committed to quality education for every child, who conducted a series of workshops on campus as part of their 17th offering of the School Leadership Programme, a 6-day residential workshop for current and aspiring school leaders, Academic Supervisors, Administrators, Vice-Principals, Principals, Curriculum / Content Planners, senior teachers, interested management members, as well as others engaged in the education sector.
The workshops addressed the three components of Personal , Academic and Organizational Leadership and were conducted by Vijay Gupta & Devika Nadig, both co-directors of Shikshangan and participants included Ms Dolly Jacob and Ms Hema Shrivastava from RBK School, Mumbai; Ms Benaifer Kutir from JB Petit, Mumbai; Mr Dawood Vaid and Mr Javed Khan of Burooj Realizations, Mumbai; Mr Nabeel Muhameed of Peace Educational Foundation, Mumbai and Mr Ajit from Krishamurthy Public School, Begusarai. More info is available on their website.
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Monday, January 30, 2012
Eduardo graduated from The Mahindra United World College of India in 2004. "It was while at the college that I received first-hand experience with economic, social and cultural realities completely different to my own; a contact that not only enriched me on a personal level, but also inspired my career ambitions." he recalls.