Group 4 Created with Sketch.

My Good School Dil Se

Vurbl Ambassador
Verified and Claimed Account
Learning Forward
Stories from the heart explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential.

"Warm greetings, Ladies and Gentlemen, we are now going to begin what we can call our history in the making of wonderful schools from the country. My Good School Dil Se is a show to bring the best practices of the best schools for whom, for those who are interested in sch… Continue Reading >>
Stories from the heart explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential.

"Warm greetings, Ladies and Gentlemen, we are now going to begin what we can call our history in the making of wonderful schools from the country. My Good School Dil Se is a show to bring the best practices of the best schools for whom, for those who are interested in schooling, for those who want to educate children, for those who want to create social capital for the country, for those who want to produce human capital and for those who want to excel in cognitive and character building. And that is what the show is about. I'm Ashok Pandey, Director of Ahlcon Group of Schools in Delhi, and I am privileged to be the host of the show." - Ashok Pandey << Show Less
Playlist
My Good School Dil Se - Ahlcon Public School My Good School Season 1, Episode 4 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. The My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment, brings alive the joy of learning.  
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host, speaks with the stakeholders of Ahlcon Public School in Delhi. Joining him for the show is chairman Vikaas Ahluwalia, principal Dr Deepak Raj Singh Bisht, parent Arti Gupta, teacher Mili Dutta, student Deepanshu and ex-student Tanya Grover. 
Vikaas Ahluwalia states, "Education of a child is incomplete if it has not made him humane, his character strong, talents honed and soft skills strengthened." He actively participates in school management contributes immensely in continuing the legacy of imparting quality education for more than three decades.  
Dr Deepak Raj Singh Bisht has dedicated more than 25 years as a progressive educator, including 12 years in active leadership roles. The opportunity to travel within and beyond Indian borders and work with students and staff from more than 45 countries has helped him grow and shape his career. 
Arti Gupta is currently working as a Senior Manager with an IT Services company in Noida. She works at Infosys and has worked with technology giants across different geographies. A passionate delivery manager, a certified Career Coach,  has a son aged 14 and a daughter aged 9; Loves travelling, dancing and spending time with my kids. 
Mili Dutta has been associated with Ahlcon Public School as a teacher since 2009. At present, she is teaching English to the seniors. She has worked in All India Radio, Delhi, and realized her passion for training and teaching Language and communication skills after that. 
Deepanshu, a 12th-grader Ahlconite services as the Head Boy for 2021-22, is an avid orator. His constant presence in debates, elocutions, anchorings and MUNs has given him an open and enquiring mind, rooted in traditions yet in search of contemporary sensibilities. He is training in the Kathak form of the Indian Classical Dances and has represented Ahlcon at various International and National platforms. 
Tanya Grover, currently pursuing a bachelor in Economics degree from Delhi University. Head Girl ( 2019-20 ) of Ahlcon Public School. Social Media Manager of my college society. Active participation in various literary events and clubs, including debates, quizzes, Commix and Mathematics Clubs. 
Ahlcon Public School is a K-12 co-educational, English-medium school affiliated to the CBSE and established in 1988 by the Shanti Devi Progressive Education Society. The cohesive and inclusive learning environment at Ahlcon allows an educational experience where high academic standards are coupled with opportunities for students to excel in leadership, sports and performing arts.  
True to its motto' Light to Enlighten', the school provides a unique blend of scientific temper and technological spirit deeply connected with profound spiritual, moral and cultural foundation for our 21st-century learners to be committed to the augmentation of a better, sustainable, and sustainable progressive world. 
Find out more: http://www.ahlconpublicschool.com/.

---

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/support
My Good School Dil Se - The Doon Girls' School My Good School Season 1, Episode 3 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. The My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning is brought to life.
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host and Director Ahlcon Group of Schools, speaks with the stakeholders of The Doon Girls' School at Dehradun. Joining him for this show is the Principal Ms Sumali Devgan, the co-founder Ms Moinisha Datta, teacher Ms Mohini Chauhan, student Shivangi Bhupendra, ex-student Shubhangi Prasad and parent Ms Seema Jain.

Sumali Devgan has extensive educational leadership experience. Having worked and headed a variety of Indian and International schools, she offers diversity and a high level of professionalism. 
Monisha Datta started her career as a software developer and corporate trainer; she co-founded The Doon Girls School, in 2000 and Dehradun Boys School, in 2007.

Mohini Chauhan, a passionate teacher of The Doon Girls School, is a qualified computer Educator who joined the DGS 17 years ago and has been the significant strength behind all the innovative and experimental development at school.

Shivangi Bhupendra, a student at The Doon Girls School in 2017 in grade V. Another nature enthusiast, a budding photographer, a passionate conservationist with a fire in her belly to find out more about making a difference on this planet. She is articulate about her concerns and quick to take action. A silent and diligent worker does not neglect any task assigned to her. She is the Cultural Secretary at the school.
Shubhangini Prasad, an ex-student, hails from her boarding school upbringing at The Doon Girls' School, Dehradun and Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer. Her graduation in Business & Management and Graduate Diploma in International Relations from the University of London International Programs made her understand the futuristic outlook of the universities abroad. A public speaker and an entrepreneur, Shubhangini aims to give innovation the centre stage of the educational arena. Besides this, she devotes her time to honing her skills in Odissi dance, for which she holds a diploma degree. She strives relentlessly to leave her mark in the education world.

Seema Jain, an outlier as a parent, followed her heart and selected The Doon Girls' School for her daughter. A mother of two when searching for a Gurukul, and took the leap of faith. She found the school the best learning space for her daughter, where values come alive, and every child is unique. As she calls the school a home away from home, listen to this proud mother shares her life story.

The Doon Girls' School is an exclusive girl's residential school from grade I till class XII. Its campus is in Dalanwala in Dehradun, the capital of Uttarkhand in India, home to some of India's finest schools. IThe school believes in enabling the children to think so that they can dream big. Only when we think can we perceive and make things happen. The motto "PENSER, C'EST VOIR" says the same - "To Think is to See ".

Find out more:
https://thedoongirlsschool.com/

---

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/support
My Good School Dil Se Trailer The seven-part series shares how select schools connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning comes to life.
My Good School Dil Se - The Fabindia School My Good School Season 1 Episode 1 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart!
The seven-part series shares how select schools connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning comes to life. In this story of The Fabindia School, find out how the school has successfully built a great relationship with all the stakeholders - Students, Parents, Teachers and Management - to win hearts and create a school that prepares children to face the world.

In this show, the Director, Dr Ashok Pandey, has beautifully shared how school culture is built and what makes a good school. The speakers include Rajeshree Shihag (Principal), Aryan Sirvi & Meenakshi Chaudhary (Students), Bharti Rao (Teacher), Pokar Ram Choudhary (Parent), Yogender Mertiya (Trustee - Management representative) and Shelly Jain (Ex-Student). Where Passion Meets Education How is the human element highlighted in the school? Elements that make a school from good to great? What goes into making a good school? How are values taught in school? How do stakeholders work to make it a good school? What is the vision of the promoters?

The My Good School Dil Se stories explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential.

THE FABINDIA SCHOOL The school emphasizes a holistic approach to education, offering extensive extracurricular programs and academic courses. The school was established in 1992 in the village of Bali, Rajasthan, by William and John Bissell, who recognized the need for a model school to empower young people in rural Rajasthan, where literacy rates are meagre, especially among women. After completing his studies in 1988, William Bissell lived for several years in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, where he worked with rural artisans and various crafts co-operatives across the state. This formative experience strongly impacted his views on the critical role of education and the lack of high quality, affordable education in rural areas. William was passionate about creative approaches to education which brought out each child's inherent talents and the need to include environmental education in a local context. With input from many creative talents over the years, the school has become a model for preparing its students for success in life while contributing to the local community.

Message to the Principal "It was a great pleasure interacting with your team. Your students are brilliant. You are leading a great school. Congratulations. During the show, I wish to focus on some of the very profoundly touching questions."- Dr Ashok Pandey (Director Ahlcon Group of Schools and Host of the My Good School Show).

The My Good School curriculum focuses on learning for life; Empower students by creating an environment for their personal and social development; Encourage students to become involved in activities beyond just study; this helps develop confidence, knowledge and networks; and  Experiential learning is a critical factor in the students progressing successfully through adolescence.

My Good School standard core curriculum helps empower every individual; we invite schools to join the Good Schools' global community. The 4S School - Service, Skill, Sport and Study. The 'My Good School' designation shows a school's value on professional learning and student achievement. 
For more about The Fabindia School
www.FabindiaSchool.org.

Good Schools Alliance
www.goodschools.in.

---

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/support
My Good School Dil Se - Billabong Thane My Good School Season 1, Episode 2 - 'Dil Se' means from the heart! "My Good School Podcast - Dil Se" is about the stories that explain how schools can achieve significantly better teaching standards, foster a sense of community, and help students reach their fullest potential. My Good School Community shares how they connect, communicate, collaborate and create an environment where the joy of learning is brought to life.
Dr Ashok Pandey, the show host and Director Ahlcon Group of Schools, speaks with the stakeholders at Billabong High International School Thane: Mr Sudhir Goenka, Trustee/Management; Ms Kalyani Chaudhuri, Principal; Ms Sanika Joshi, Teacher; Rehan Singh, school student; Ayonnya Bhattacharya. ex-student; and Ms. Prajakta Patil, parent. All the stakeholders share their personal experiences and what goes into the making of a good school.

Established in 2006, Billabong Thane celebrates 15 glorious years of responsibly creating 21st-century learners and empathetic future citizens by imparting knowledge that ensures young minds' holistic growth and development. A school where children feel at home; Where EQ precedes IQ; Teachers are facilitators, life-long mentors, and their students often remain their "kids"; and Where we unite to ideate, innovate and improvise. The school works to create a bond of trust and belonging.

Billabong is a vertical school, where the Principal sits on the second floor, and the school ten storeys, wherein the show host quips that 'the sky's the limit!'. Kalyani walks up and down the building all day long to ensure that she connects with the children and stands tall as a school leader who works to empower every teacher at school. She considers herself the luckiest person every morning and is always excited to touch the lives of all the people - the children, staff and stakeholders. She refers to the school as a temple of learning and shares why she feels on top of the world.
Rehan, a school student, shares his ten plus years at school; he gives all credit to his teachers for their pure love and making every child happy without any expectations. His one-minute speech '...limelight makes me nervous, he would like to thank the people he values most in his life...no matter when he fell they did not let him down.

Sanika again shares her transformation in 11 years; she has grown professional and spiritually. The teacher-taught relationship is full of happiness, and she shares how the thank you book records the joy of learning on the campus.

Ayonnya recalls her relationship with teachers and how they prepared her as a person of high percentile to contribute to society. She shares the bond of friendship, activities, drama, and being the first batch at the school who had an entire decade of school experience, offered her the opportunity to grow up to be a kind and compassionate person. When she was unwell for an extended period, the teachers went beyond the call of duty to help her. The parents of the school are active learning partners and appreciate how the students lead; collaboration between stakeholders.

They have a well-knit parent and teacher body who collaborate to make Billabong a good school.

A passionate Billabong fan thus writes:
"Amidst the din and bustle of a busy street
We have a school where minds and hearts meet.
Uncles, aunties, teachers and friends
Make BHIS a happy place to attend.
Austere but gentle, strict but kind-
This is where rules and liberty lie intertwined.

Oh, Billabong is where we love to go!
Because it helps us explore as we grow.
Here we learn the core values of life,
To continue serving as we strive.
Here we learn to wipe away tears
For ours is a school that genuinely cares."

Website: billabongthane.com

---

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/learningforward/support