Ms Surabhi Joshi

Ms Surabhi Joshi

Vice Principal, MRIS Charmwood

Qualification: MA (English), MA (Education), B.Ed

Experience- 19 years

One of the founder teachers of MRIS, Surabhi Joshi has been associated with the Manav Rachna International Schools since 2006. Moving through various academic and administrative positions, she has held diverse positions as Vice Principal (MRIS 46), Lead Curriculum and Professional Development Programme for Manav Rachna Group of Schools and is currently the Vice Principal at MRIS Charmwood. With her vast experience she brings to the table an in-depth understanding of curriculum transaction and preparing teachers to implement the same, keeping the requirement of the 21st century learner in mind. She is also a seasoned content writer and teacher trainer and has successfully conducted many workshops for faculty and students. She spearheaded the Young Authors Felt Pen Programme at the Manav Racahna International Schools, a unique programme identifying and mentoring potential student authors and helped forty five of them become published authors in three anthologies. A trained NLP Master Coach and certified Transactional Analysis expert, she works closely with students and teachers to enable them explore themselves better.    

Surabhi believes that every child is a kind of flower and all together make a beautiful garden. Some flowers need a lot of sunlight, some a lot of shade, some a lot of water, some just a little of it, some are sturdy, some delicate, some blossom fast and some take time to bloom. But whenever they bloom, all flowers are beautiful and bring joy and peace to the world. A flower grows and blossoms when attention is paid to its individual needs. She believes that educators, along with parents, play a key role in nurturing these flowers. In recent times the role of educators as nurturers has spread beyond the academic space and encompasses social and emotional nurturing as well. She is proud to be a part of an organisation like MRIS that works on individual nurturing of students and never stops from taking that extra step in the interest of the child.

She is aligned with the futuristic philosophy of Manav Rachna that Education is not the learning of facts, but training the mind to think and believes that the possibilities of the young minds are limitless. She has been closely working with students of all age groups and guiding them to take lead in projects, assignments and events.