Sanctorum Institutes have signed an exchange program with a Maharashtra based school chain under which both institutions will send students and teachers for a training and knowledge sharing program. Management of Sanctorum said in a press statement.
In this regard, a delegation from Little Wonders International and Wisdom High School ICSE, Cambridge and Junior College Nasik Maharashtra visited Sanctorum Higher Secondary School Sopore on Thursday to finalize the program schedule.
The visiting team included Manish Agarwal Chairman Wisdom High international school, Ritu Agarwal Managing Trustee, Shalini Kadwe Principal Director, Nilufer Chavan Principal Director, Varsha Mahore Co-Curricular Director, Savita Danesh Director Finance and Manjiri Tambat Director Administration
“Considering the current situation in Jammu & Kashmir, It is grateful to see the school managements are able to provide education and run schools in such atmosphere”, Manish Agarwa, Chairman Wisdom high International School said while addressing the students.
“Whatever opportunity you get, you should grab it and try to learn best out of it”, he added
Principal Director Wisdom high school, Nilufer Chavan expressed pleasure while announcing the exchange program.
“Prevailing conditions in Kashmir has badly effected the education system. I am pleased to see the talent this school has displayed. We invite you all to our institution for exchange classes and teacher training programs”.
“Sanctorum Higher Secondary School management will send their team of teachers and students during winter break to Wisdom International School for faculty and student education program. We will try to adopt the curriculum of the school to prepare our students for global competition”, Shakir Ashraf, chairman Sanctorum Institutes told The Varmul Post
“This was first visit of any outside school to north Kashmir institute and we are privileged for this education exchange program”, he said.
HOD Zoology government degree college Sopore Shameem Ahmed said, “Teachers teach students only the prescribed syllabus of the board but what makes a student talented and active are the co-curricular activities. I have seen the management of Sanctorum Higher Secondary School working very hard and grabbing every opportunity for the benefit of its students and faculty.”
“Mr. Shakir Ashraf is working very hard that within few years, school has crossed the good limits that no other school can do in such less time” he added.
Sudents of the school were felicitated with medals by Manish Agarwal that they had won recently at state level championship played at Indoor Stadium Srinagar in JEET-KAMU-DO Martial Arts.