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Nagpur organises education exchange with dutch delegation

Nagpur First organised an Evening with Dutch Delegation for Education Exchange: We thank Vedeesh Sahajpal Ji and Vijay Chauthaiwale Ji to connect us to a well renowned organization called Nagpur First. We thank Aniket Jha Ji from Nagpur First for organising an exchange event with multiple schools from Nagpur on 17th October at Chitnavis Centre with the purpose to discuss best practices from Dutch and Indian educational systems. In order to demonstrate the Diversity of schools in Nagpur, there were teachers from additional 13 schools from Nagpur gathered under one roof. The event was a huge success as there was a great exchange on how to have happy students, behavioural correction, difference in education systems, including children in activities and adaptive learning processes. The following participants attended the session with long term goal of enhancing, exploring and expanding the horizons of educational exchange between Nagpur and Netherlands.Ms. Vrundan from Dehaat Foundation/ anandam vidyala, Mrs. Rajshree Vaidya from DPS Lava, Mrs. Aditi Telang from DPS Lava, Dr. Jayshree Bhake from GH Raisoni Vidyani Ketan, Mrs. Harsha Dhamne from Meghe Group of Schools, Mr. Rohan Kapai from Modern School, Mrs. Anuradha Sardeshpande from Modern School, Mrs. Darshana Harichandan from Sandipani School, Mrs. Mamta Singh from Sandipani School, Mrs. Rohini Barse from Sandipani School, Mrs. Arlene Khan from Sandipani School, Mrs. Sherina Anthony from School of Scholars, Mrs. Pushpamala Parmar from Tejswini Vidya Mandir, Mrs. Mrs. Dipali Bharadwaj from Tejswini Vidya Mandir, Dr. Priyadarshani Deoghare from The Achievers School, Mrs. Anju Chopra from Tuli Public School, Ms. Priyanka Badlani from Tuli Public School, Ms. Radhika Pathania from Tuli Public School, Mrs. Bhagyashree Deshpande from Abhyudaya Global Village school, Mr. Sachin Deshpande, Mrs. Sohimi Das from GH Raisoni Vidyani Ketan, Mrs. Lubaina Ali from Meghe Group of Schools.Nagpur first founded in 2006, with the mission of making Nagpur a global city has undertaken such initiatives in the past wherein the youth exchange programs were held between Indian students to Norway and Norway students to India as well as teachers exchange. For more details about the initiatives of Nagpur first visit nagpurfirst.org.

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