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Khyati Solanki

B.A- Psychology, Public Administration, English
M.A- Psychology
Montessori and nursery teacher training
Certificate in Philosophy

Educational Philosophy:
I enjoy being with little children and nurturing, teaching seeing them grow and progress makes me cheerful. I strongly believe that we cannot prepare future for these young ones but we can prepare them for future.

Nimisha Gaur

M.Sc & M.Ed

Educational Philosophy:
I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a caring, secure and stimulating environment to grow intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially. As an educator, my responsibility is to provide and create such an environment where students feel safe, share their ideas and become a global citizen.

Radha Mishra

Master of Commerce from Bangalore University
Worked as a lecturer for B.Com. Students at R.J.S. College, Bangalore which is affiliated to Bangalore University.

Educational Philosophy:
I believe students have a diverse need. A teacher accommodates each as successful as possible by creating a learner-centric environment and enabling them to think pragmatically. A teacher is a mentor for the students, but seeks knowledge and always updates herself.

Nidhi Thota

BE in Electronics and Telecommunications.

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching is one of those rare professions that keep you young, allowing you to continue your own journey as a student and a lifelong learner. We as educators speak often about creating lifelong learners, but if we aren’t buying into it ourselves, then our students don’t stand a chance.

Mangala Ganesh

Bachelor in Library and Information Science
Masters in Library and Information Science

Educational Philosophy:
With over ten years of rich experience in setting up and managing school and college library systems for various institutions in Bangalore, I enjoy working closely with children at the library. My hobbies are reading, art and craft.

George Christy

Studied music theory at Bangalore school of music and studied advanced western vocal techniques at new life college Bangalore. Have a varied teaching experience in schools like Bishop cotton boys school, Ebenezer international school, Greenwood High, Cambridge School, Harvest International School.

Educational Philosophy:
I have a passion for teaching guitar and performing with live bands, church choir and as a solo artist and have been in this field for past 15 years.

Harish DK Bhatta 

BFA and MFA in sculpture from (Bangalore University) from Chitrakala Parishat.
Diploma in 3D designing and animation,
Cambridge international diploma for teachers and trainers (CIDTT).
15 years of experience in distinguished schools and colleges in Bangalore.

Educational Philosophy:
Art has been an inseparable part of my life. For all the experiences I have gained, I decided that it will be more appropriate to work with young minds. My experience has given me sufficient creative edge to think innovatively and break traditional barriers of teaching. As an art teacher, my responsibility is to make every child learn at least basic art so that right side of their brain is stimulated. I am also responsible for motivating talented students to take up Art as a profession.

Dr. Mamatha H A

Ph.D, B.Ed, MA & M.Ed
Experience: 13 years

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching is one of those exceptional professions that keep you young and dynamic; I chose to teach because it is a challenging and creative profession again, motivating and the right learning environment in which my students can think, ask good questions and reflect on more points. I believe this is the only profession that enables always to think about new ideas and accordingly prepare the students as upcoming leaders with great confidence.

Chithra Muralidhar

Experience – 3 Years

Educational Philosophy:
I embrace teaching as an opportunity to inspire and empower. As a teacher, it is my goal to enhance student learning and help them develop not only as learners but as human beings as well. I hope to instil strong ideals, values and good morals in my students. I want to impact positively on all students who enter the classroom. I will help my students to become lifelong learners who will never stop trying to strive for greater heights even long after they have left school. I do not just want them to succeed at school; I want them to succeed at life.

Jyoti Surana


Educational Philosophy:
I would utilise my expertise to convert regular Classroom lessons into engaging instructional programs in order to nourish little minds. I am highly motivated with a creative approach to curriculum planning and superlative communication skills. I possess first-rate communication and collaboration skills to lead and work in concert with diverse groups effectively. I am friendly with an upbeat attitude.

Sunitha Rayapati

BA (history, political science, sociology), MBA (Marketing & HR), Montessori, child psychology, school management (pursuing)
IB-PYP – 3 years.

Educational philosophy:
It is my goal to provide students with a playful learning environment. I feel it is important to promote engaging developmentally appropriate, hands-on learning experiences. I will work to meet the unique needs of each child and assist them to be creative learners.

Meeta Agrawal

B.Sc. (Microbiology), PG Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science, Diploma in computer applications, Montessori, kindergarten and nursery teacher training
Experience: 5 years (ADP, Orchids school, Cambridge school)

Educational Philosophy:
I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my desire as a pre-primary educator to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. There are three elements that I believe are conducive to establishing such an environment, (1) the teacher acting as a guide, (2) allowing the child’s natural curiosity to direct his learning, and (3) promoting respect.

Nidhi Jain

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, B.Ed, Certification in IB – PYP

Education Philosophy:
“Teachers who love teaching teach children to love learning.” Each and every child has the potential to bring something unique and special to the world. I believe in showing them all the beauty they possess inside and giving them a sense of pride. My role as a teacher is to give children the tools with which to cultivate their own gardens of knowledge.

Edwin Franklin

Masters of Physical Education, ASCA LEVEL II COACH-Educational

Education Philosophy:
The purpose of physical education is to teach the whole student, not just their body and movement. Physical education provides the opportunity to teach students about movement, strategies, teamwork, problem-solving and health related fitness.

Sanju Kumari

MSc(Computer Science), BSc(Computer Science)
Total Experience: 5 years

Education Philosophy:
Love to learn and spread the knowledge of learning to cultivate the seeds of education.
For me, teaching is always a passion. Out of passion flows the desire to impact and influence the lives of the students that we encounter and students who come across our paths.I love teaching because I have the passion to see my students progressing and doing well. I desire to see them excelling in their own areas of interest. I desire to see them soaring high in their fields of expertise. Teaching is not only about feeding students with the knowledge, but it is about educating them values, qualities and characteristics that will carry them through life. It is all about sowing good seeds into the lives of the students hoping that one day the seeds will sprout and bring forth a multitude of harvest.

Remya Ramachandran

B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching is the most elite profession you can be in. You mould the future of the nation at schools by making the kids to dream big. It’s in a way giving back to the society, albeit a portion of what we got! In teaching others we teach ourselves and learn new things every moment!

Rucheka Chakravarty

B.A-English, Geography, Anthropology
M.A-English Literature, B.Ed
Experience:Worked as a parent reader and volunteer in schools across Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Switzerland.

Educational Philosophy: I am an educator and I believe thoroughly in the philosophy that we have to be the change that we want to see in our education system and in our society.
I think the time has come when we need to customize our style of teaching according to the needs of the children.

Lakshmi Devi P

M.A, B.Ed

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching makes us learn new things in many ways. It helps me to gain more knowledge and apply it to teach students in different ways. I love to be a teacher and I love teaching.

Sweta Sinha

M.A – Sociology
B.A – Sociology, Philosophy, Hindi
Nursery Teacher Training
2 years as a Hindi Language teacher

Educational Philosophy:
I strongly believe that all children are capable of learning if they have the proper motivation and direction from their teachers.

I will help children to develop their potential by believing in them as capable individuals. My role as a teacher is to give children the tools with which to cultivate their own gardens of knowledge

Mk Lakshmi Syamala

B.A- Mathematics, Statistics and Economics
M.Sc – Mathematics
BEd – Bachelor of Education
Learned Sanskrit Language and has the ability to Read/Write and Speak

Educational Philosophy:
Having lived and engaged the students from Asian Countries (India, China and Singapore) who have the best mathematics abilities I have enriched my mathematics learning.

The best teacher for mathematics is the one that recognizes an unexpected but correct approach. If you encourage that, you get the child to love math. It should not be taught as a “set of rules” to follow but taught with real understanding”.

Monika Sinha

B.A. (English), PG Diploma in computer applications & Diploma in early childhood education.

Educational Philosophy:
My classroom is an expressive place, where education is the primary focus. It is a fun and interactive classroom because most students learn best by interaction. As a teacher, it is my responsibility to ensure each child is given the best education possible, to allow them to reach their full potential.

Nidhi Jolly

B.Com,PGDBA (Finance), B.Ed

Educational Philosophy:
I am passionate about making learning a fun experience for little ones. At one side I hold the responsibility for the students to be successful in academics whereas on the other hand, I make sure that they learn the moral values.

I believe in creating a classroom culture that is motivating and encouraging for students. We all nurture mutual respect & cooperation. Patience is the key to touch every little heart.

Vinaya John Parambi

BE Civil from Hindustan College of Engineering Chennai
Diploma in French Language studies from Alliance Franchise Bangalore.

Educational Philosophy:
I believe that if you love what you do, you will be able to express it the right way and thus the learners will perceive you. My goal is to impart all the knowledge that one can possess in the language, also to create a passion towards it while learning. It is an opportunity for me as well to learn and grow along with the learners.

Anusha V Rao

B.E in Industrial Engineering and Management
Green Belt in Six Sigma
2 years in Mathematics and Statistics

Educational Philosophy:
“Teach them well and let them lead the way”
I believe each and every child has the potential to bring something unique and special to the world. My personal goal for my future classroom is to challenge students and watch them grow to their fullest potential.

Chindu Mary Mathew

B.Sc. Operation Theatre Technology
M.Sc. Psychological Counseling

Educational Philosophy:
I’m passionate to work with children. I strongly believe students can develop their personalities and potentials when given opportunities to learn/ reflect in a safe, mutually respectful and caring environment thereby elevating a productive society. My aim is to create the healthy, non- judgmental, open-minded and supporting environment to facilitate students’ holistic development.

Jasneet  Kaur

Bachelor of Commerce, University of Delhi
Master of Arts, Himachal Pradesh University
Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management, Institue of Management, Ghaziabad
International Certification In Pre-primary Montessori Teaching, Florida International Montessori Alliance

Educational Philosophy:
I consider education a life journey that children embark on, putting their faith in their teachers who are essentially their enablers. Being their vehicles in this journey of values and knowledge, I believe we teachers must constantly learn and change to suit their needs. Every child is unique and our teaching methods must always be congnizant of that. The best values that a guru can instill in their pupil is to be a learner, be excited about learning something new and be persistent in their endeavour to seek knowledge. Our responsibility is to turn these learners into achievers and knowledge givers of the future.

Pratiksha  Rai

Bachelor of Arts – Political Science, Economics and Journalism.
Master of Arts- International Studies.

• Certificate course in Feature Writing and Design.
• Certificate course in Contemporary world history.
• Certificate course in Political Journalism.
• Certificate course in Advance Political Journalism.
• Certificate course in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.
• Certificate course in Climate Change and Action

Educational Philosophy:
I believe that I am more a mentor than a teacher. Why I say so? Children have unique personalities and everyone is an amazing individual on their own. Each child has his/her own talents and interests. As a mentor, my job is to help them recognize how beautifully they can make use of what they already possess.

Today, education does not just focus on what we call “bookish knowledge”. I believe that the need of the hour is to show students how compassion, love, honesty and kindness can help make a huge difference in the world. It is to impart these human skills which will help them become better people in the society.

In my classroom, I focus on bringing the most contemporary ways of teaching. Each concept is imparted taking everyday scenarios in mind. This helps students make real-life connections. It helps them realize how important each class is. I like to think out of the box, which makes my teaching strategies very different. As a young person in this profession, I believe I know what today student need to be equipped within school and I am here to give them the best of it.

Ruchi  Joshi

B.Sc. Medical,
M.Sc. Human Genetics, B.Ed. (Life Sciences and Physical sciences)
Experience: Worked as P.G.T Biology in an International school.
Professional Enhancement:
• Certificate of Appreciation from Society of Human Genetics
• Attended OXFORD University Workshop in Mathematics by OXFORD University Press
• Certificate of Appreciation from The University of New South Wales in Educational Assessment.

Educational Philosophy:
Intelligence has nothing to do with genes. It is totally dependent on a constructive learning environment provided. I am a strong believer of principles of Rabindranath Tagore. That says education should provide learner freedom of experience and Creative self-expression. It is always needed to have an active communication with nature and man. One should learn from the immediate positive environment. Education should create a system of international cooperation and creating global citizens. We should be open to learn from cultures all over the world. I strongly believe develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.


Jizza Gangadharan Nair

B.Sc Nursing (Manipal University)
B.Ed – English & Biological Science (Bangalore University)
2 years experience (Math & Science) in an International school

Educational Philosophy:
“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” -S. D. Harris As a teacher, I have a strong sense that I am meant to help others seek their purpose, understand their true worth and give students a head-start to what magic learning has to offer. I believe that every student has the ability to live up to their potential. I see my role as a catalyst to students who are on a journey of growth and self-discovery, using state-of-art, knowledge and technology.
“Believe You Can and You are Halfway There!”

Madhu Lakshmi

MSc Biochemistry,
B.Ed – Physical Science,
Diploma in Bioinformatics.
IB training category 1 – Making my PYP happen.
Experience :
5 Years of experience in IB PYP
Completed project from Harvard University on ‘Thinking and Learning in the maker centered classroom’.

Educational Philosophy:
I believe that a classroom should be a safe, caring community where children are free to speak their mind and blossom and grow. I will use strategies to ensure out classroom community will flourish. Every classroom has their own unique community, my role as the teacher will be to assist each child in developing their own potential and learning styles.

Rupam  Kukreja

BA and Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) Certified

Educational Philosophy:
The foundation for any building is its most important component and so is the stage which I handle in a child’s life. As a teacher my philosophy revolves around making their fundamentals, basics and value system stronger. With experience of more than six years in pre-primary education my focus is not just making them learn the language and the ways to express but to embed the basic human values of sharing, caring and respecting each ones individuality. Character over Competence is not achieved all of a sudden; it gets embedded from this stage

Sushrita Satapathy

B.A- Education, M.A- Education Educational psychology, M.Phil. – Education, PG Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA), Montessori and Nursery Teacher Training

Educational Philosophy:
Enriching young minds with the freshness of knowledge using a cheerful method makes me happy. I enjoy teaching as it helps me to learn something new every day at the same time making small kids learn and grow. As I understand a teacher passes his/her accumulated culture while assisting each student under his/her care to achieve and grow.

Arthi  Rajesh

Qualification: B.Sc. Microbiology
DELF B1 (Alliance Française)

Educational Philosophy:
Being with children brings out the vivacity and effervescence of energy in each one of us. I believe that each child would wish to explore the ocean of wisdom and knowledge through a fun-filled, wondrous experience and I am glad that I am a part of this enterprising mission.

Sachin Raj R
Qualification: B.P. Ed  
Federation State Technical Official (FSTO) – KERALA STATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION – Kerala, India
Level 5 Football Referee – KERALA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION (KFA) – Trivandrum, India

Educational philosophy:
Sports in fact, is the medium through which a child is initiated into another dimension altogether. He is shown another perspective to nurture his curiosity and channelise his energy in a positive manner. So, whenever we go for child education, ensure to check these small details:
* Making children active and agile
* Developing mental abilities
* Nurturing sportsmanship spirit
* Initiating team building
* Giving wings to passions
These surely would go a long way in the holistic development of every child.

Subha Manoj
An educator for past 8 years, a blogger and a writer: I enjoy wearing each of these hats.
B.Com, MBA (Finance), B.Ed,
Certified NLP Practitioner,
Certified Story Teller.

Educational Philosophy:
I believe in what Confucius said, ‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.’ Experiential learning is the need of the hour and as a mentor, this is what I do. I aim at making my class an interactive one, where we ideate, collaborate and create. During the past 8 years of being in the field of education, I have felt that children learn the best when they are happy and independent thinkers. I know my work is well done when my students freely express themselves through different mediums, bring in originality and empathise with their surroundings.

Anitha S
Qualification: M.Sc and B.Ed

Educational Philosophy:
I believe learning can be done in many ways and the most interesting and motivating way to learn from any age group is to explore. Keep exploring and enjoy learning.

Tishya Ghosh
Qualification: – M.Sc. (Nutritional Science, Biochemistry, Physiology), B.Ed.

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching is exhilarating. I never feel more energised than after a class that has gone well. I feel the enthusiasm and motivation of a teacher to bring out the best in a child can make a classroom lively and conducive to learning.
I believe it is important that as a teacher we should create career goals that benefit us and in return benefit your students. A goal for a teacher often has a latent effect of helping our student’s progress as well. The SMART principle is one well-tested framework for goals that I had come across in an article and have started following it ever since.

Deekshitha A C
B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), 
M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), 
B.Ed (Physical science and Mathematics)

Educational Philosophy:
Teaching is not just a profession I chose, but my passion. I love spending time with children, talking to them, getting to know them. Other than parents, teachers have arguably the biggest influence on a child’s life. So, as a teacher I feel it is our responsibility to nurture and ensure that the younger generation grows up into better citizen who are responsible and respect each other. I believe that we as teacher also learn everyday along with the children. I also desire that there should be change in our education system. Children should be encouraged to have hands-on learning and should be able to connect their learning into their daily life. Finally I believe that education cannot be measured by just marks, but by the character.

Yesu Dass
A trained Dance teacher, who has been teaching dance in Bangalore for more than 7 years in reputed International Schools.

Educational Philosophy:
Dance is my passion and I love experimenting and enhancing my skills, I am trained in basics of HIP HOP, MODERN CONTEMPORARY, INDIAN CONTEMPORARY and Salsa. Currently, am working on Latin Dance Styles. I love working with kids and was called the ‘Feet’s of Magic’ by the children at a Special School in Bangalore.

Teaching children ‘Dance Choreography’ is one of the most rewarding jobs within the arts community. Also, at times challenging, but I believe in making difference in little lives, one of which may grow up someday to be an extremely successful dancer.

Afroz Jahan

Educational Philosophy:
My philosophy of education is that all children are unique and must have a stimulating educational environment where they can grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. I believe that a classroom should be a safe, caring community where children are free to speak their mind and blossom and grow.

Charu Varshney
PhD (Biochemistry), SUNY Brooklyn, USA

Educational Philosophy:
This is an exciting time to be in education as the teaching style is evolving at a rapid pace. My philosophy is to make learning fun by creating a positive environment where teachers, students and parents contribute towards building the future citizens of the world. Having been in science, research and IT, I believe teaching is the most rewarding of all as it directly impacts children’s lives.

Priyanka Singh

Educational Philosophy:
It is all about exploring research, then efficiently transfer the knowledge to a new generation. Teaching is always a significant part of human evolution over time. Language Arts in education is the key to unlock different cultures, and aspects of social life. Understanding a culture through language, helps a human to empathise other and empowers people to align education with wisdom.

Qualification : 
M.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from IIIT Bhubaneswar
BE(Honors) in Computer Science and Engineering
Certificates :
Making the PYP happen category I
Approaches to Teaching and Learning Category III

Educational Philosophy:
“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn” — Ignacio Estrada”
This quote epitomizes my entire goal as a teacher. Though fairly new to the industry, I see myself as a dynamic and steadfast learner and a facilitator in guiding the children on their educational journey. I aim to create and promote a stimulating learning environment that encompasses each child’s individual learning style and to push them towards being the best versions of themselves.

Nidhi Dixit
B.A, B.Ed, ECCE( Early Childhood Care and Education)

Educational Philosophy :
I have been associated with the primary, pre-primary and early childhood education for close to 19 years now, with roles spanning from teaching, relationship manager and center head.

I have enjoyed teaching the most and this is where I would like to spend most of my remaining professional career.
For children in these age groups, the overall development comes from a combination of nurture, discipline and deep-rooted value system.
Each child is unique and they need to be understood and attended according to their own unique needs.

Bhagyashree Karkare
Qualification : science),B.Ed
Montessori Nursery Teachers Training (MNTT)

Educational Philosophy :
I believe teacher shapes the character , caliber and future of an individual. One child one teacher ,one book one pen can change the world.
A good teacher isn’t someone who gives the answers out to their kids but is understanding of needs and challenges and gives tools to help other people succeed. That’s the way I see myself.

Sanam S
B Ed in Physical Science
B Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation
Certification in Software Testing
6 years of teaching experience including CBSE,Techno and ICSE

Educational Philosophy
Teaching is not just a career path for me. It helps to be a part of the larger vision of developing a new generation, which grows with empathy, knowledge & capabilities to contribute towards a better world.
It’s a position that not only utilises my passion for educating someone for good, but can bring in the right social, physical, and intellectual growth to the students.

Sananda Mitra
B.Sc (Chemistry), PGDHRM
Diploma in Pre-primary and Primary Education

Educational Philosophy
For me, teaching has always been a passion.I believe being a teacher is the highest privilege.
While teaching specific skills and subject content can be easy, educating young minds as to how they can make use of all their potential will definitely be more enriching for both me and my students.
As an educator, I stand shoulder to shoulder with my learners and share a vision of what can be or how the past can be made better.

Rashmi Vashisht
B.Sc., B.Ed., PGDGMT

Educational Philosophy:
As a teacher, I aim to bring an open mind, a positive attitude and high expectations for the classroom each day. I believe that I owe it to my students and the profession to bring diligence and warmth to my job in the hope that we can shape up the young minds, inspire and encourage children to prosper and become responsible global citizens.

Saai Sasidhar Patri
Educational Qualification:
BA (Political Science & Literature)
Masters Diploma in Liberal Arts (Young India Fellowship)

Educational Philosophy:
I have come to understand gradually that the Education cliche about teaching “how to think is actually shorthand for a much deeper, more serious idea.. Learning how to think really means learning how to exercise some control over how and what you think. It means being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience.”

I am an enthusiastic learner, passionate teacher and the above quote summaries my purpose for teaching. I seek to constantly pursue two things in my life: Love and Compassion, as they break the notion of boundaries constructed within our minds.