Datta Meghe World Academy marches ahead
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A brand is constant delivery of trust, and education is a brand-building process, said Priya Rajwade, Principal of Datta Meghe World Academy.
How true! After all don't schools create individuals with values and skills and hone talents.
Datta Meghe World Academy follows the principle — 'No donation, direct admission' — thereby creating a clear and transparent process of education.
Although just a year old, the school's many initiatives have created a healthy atmosphere and won the trust of the parent community.
The school has some autistic and specially abled children. To help these students produce results, it has started a mentorship programme under which meritorious students take initiative and help others understand concepts.
Considering the many initiatives it has taken in such a short time and the development and expansion plans it has, it sure appears the school is on the path to creating brilliant students and becoming a name to reckon with in New Mumbai Vicinity.
The principal lists its activities.
What sets the school apart and makes it a viable option?
We started the school in the academic year 2011. It's a brainchild of Datta Meghe Group. The group has institutions all over Maharashtra and is a pioneer in the field of education.
Our Trustee Reema Bhasim, who took up the task of establishing the CBSE school, wanted to make international education local and create globally responsible citizens with a zeal to succeed.
The school was named Datta Meghe World Academy with a view to provide a world-class platform to students.
We are a no-donation school and promote merit-based admissions. There was a dearth of CBSE schools in the vicinity, as felt by parents and school founders alike.
An institution providing comprehensive education was the need of the hour. Hence, our school.
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