Mrs Kaveri C. a post graduate in English with a Bsc. Ed from RIE, Mysore, has a teaching experience of 24 years in Delhi Public School, Damanjodi and Ranipur. She then respectively worked as a Headmistress (9 years) and Vice-Principal (3 years) in branches of Delhi Public School. She is a resourceful teaching professional; with a genuine interest in student’s cognitive and social growth. Actively involved in all areas of education including curriculum development, teacher monitoring and mentoring, student career counselling and community work.
Our children represent our hopes and dreams. Shaping young, impressionable minds is one of life’s biggest challenges.
Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a high profile job, but a lifelong process which ingrains moral and ethical values in students. While respecting traditional values, we at MIS believe that only progressive education and a programme of studies will empower the students to lead fulfilling and productive lives in a changing world. We believe that academic learning is most effective when it is based upon active learning experiences, creative problem-solving and critical thinking.
Our distinctive academic programmes and innovative teaching methodologies encourage students to develop critical-thinking and learn through enquiry 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.
Teachers at MIS remain committed to support character building through personal development, social responsibility and a sense of self-worth in each child. As a Professional Learning Community, our goal as educators is to not only challenge our students, but to ensure that through regular and systematized professional development programmes we relentlessly raise the bar for ourselves. We strive to make the pursuit of excellence a way of life; a habit.
We aim to empower our students to grow as individuals with strong open discerning minds with an international perspective, preparing them to make a mark in the global village – the world has come to be today.
To sum up with the famous quote of Kahlil Gibran:
“You may give your children your love but not your thoughts,
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls,
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow,
which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them,
but seek not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday”
I express a deep sense of gratitude to one and all for their tireless efforts in building the institution step by step directly or indirectly.
Mrs Kaveri C.