Parents and Podar International School share thoughts to secure children’s future

Bhiwandi : An eager group of parents today exchanged ideas with initiators of new-age education on Podar International School campus at Bhiwandi, aimed at taking a conscious call on how best their child’s holistic growth could be ensured.

 

In a complete departure from copybook parent-teacher meeting, this interactive session examined possibilities to try and find newer growth paths for children in keeping with global challenges of education in the 21st Century.

 

The idea was to encourage and enable parents to make a determined choice for their child’s future so that the decisions they take today prove to be rewarding for their wards in the years to come. Parents of the prospective students of Podar International School were seen enthusiastically engage in the enriching exchange of thoughts.

 

Commenting on this interactive seminar, Mr. Vishal Shah, General Manager – Marketing, Podar Education Network said, “This event enables parents to have a clear understanding of our schools’ learning processes and the impact these processes have on life beyond class-rooms, in a world of peers where their child would one day hope to build a fulfilling career while being a good ambassador of humanity. This is the very essence of the school’s outlook, promoted determinedly since the inception of our group almost a century ago.”

 

“It was a pleasure to play host to such an inspiring session which introduced parents to the quality of education we impart to children as we lay the foundation for them today to develop into responsible citizens of the country tomorrow,” said a joyous Ms. Tamali Lahiri, Principal, Podar International School, Bhiwandi.

 

Podar International School Bhiwandi is part of the pan-Indian Podar Education Network, which has been bringing excellence to learning since its inception in 1927. The group now has a network of 136 Podar International Schools, completely managed by Podar Education Network, and 81 Podar Partner schools.

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