Mr. Subodh Kshetre
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
― Nelson Mandela
Shaping young, impressionable minds is really one of life’s biggest challenges. Our vision clearly focuses on –‘creating the hub of scholars nurtured with scientific temper, Indian culture, heritage and values, to promote universal peace’. At MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School, Chichondi (Shiral), Teh. Pathardi, Dist Ahmednagar, we aim to empower the rural students of remote areas to gain world-class education and to grow as individuals with strong open discerning minds. We are preparing them to be good human beings and responsible citizens of future India.
Our well-trained, experienced and academically qualified staff members ensure that all students admitted to our school leave our school campus, truly educated. The school is well-equipped with effective technology enabling us to monitor all the activities happening around the campus. Students can approach any member of staff around the campus whenever they need support. Our distinctive academic programs and innovative teaching methodologies encourage students to develop critical-thinking and learn through inquiry and reason, to exchange thoughts and ideas, to develop key personal and social values, to take ownership for his/ her choices and to set goals to realize their own unique potential.
The philosophy of MAEER’s MIT is to provide Global Education while being steeped in the rich Indian educational tradition and core values. Our emphasis is to create a society of progressive, thinking individuals who will contribute to the intellectual development of the global Community. We value igniting the spark of creativity and curiosity in our students because we believe that - the mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.
Mr. Subodh Kshetre
|1.||Prof. Swati Chate||President|
|2.||Mr. Subodh Kshetre||Secretary||Principal|
|3.||Mrs. Pallavi Mishra||Member||Management/CHQ|
|4.||Mrs Joycee Chakranarayan||Member||Teacher Representative|
|5.||Mr Bapurao Gunjal||Member||Teacher Representative|
|6.||Mr Santosh Palve||Member||Parent’s Representative|
|7.||Mr Vitthal Kalapahad||Member||Parent’s Representative|