Education Today honors Global Indian International School and Global Montessori Plus

In a celebrated occasion at The Lalit, Mumbai on September 9, 2017, Global Indian International School was conferred upon with No. 3 in Pune and No. 8 in Maharashtra while Global Montessori Plus was ranked No. 1 in Pune and No. 4 in Maharashtra in the Maharashtra Educator’s Summit 2017 and Maharashtra School Merit Awards 2017-18. The school was categorized under 10 Parameters i.e. Academic Reputation, Individual Attention, Value for Money, Holistic Development, Leadership & Management quality, Sports Education, Infrastructure Provision, Innovative Teaching, Safety & Hygiene and Co-Curricular Activities where we benchmarked for all the parameters.

The Maharashtra School Merit Awards 2017-18 ‘Rewarding Excellence in Education’ in the K-12 sector only from India. The award ceremony hosted 200 schools from 50+ yrs, International, Boarding, CBSE, ICSE, State, Army, Boys ,Girl’s, Pre Schools  & Other  category that have been selected out of  650 survey forms. Maharashtra School Merit Awards are based on Jury rating, Parents Votes(46,000+) & EduactionToday.co’s Team Analysis (Perception based).

Our Director Principal, Dr Amrita Vohra was a part of the panel discussion in the summit that had the most significant names of the Education Industry, Dr Vandana Lulla, Director & Principal- Podar International School and Revathi Srinivasan, Director & Principal- Smt. Sulochana Devi Singhania School who discussed on the topic “Building world Class Schools”.

The conference had in attendance over 250+ delegates, 100+Individual School Decision makers, Chairman/Director’s and Principals from all over Maharashtra. The keynote speakers were Dr Swati Popat Vats, President Early Childhood Association and Mr Kartikay Saini, President Scottish High International School. Dr Vats shared her insights on Reinventing Education to make it relevant of today’s learners. The session was extremely enriching and focused on how to break-free from the traditional norms and reinvent paradigms to make it more identifiable.

7 Countries   |   27 International Awards   |   21 Campuses

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