Message by Vice Principal (Junior School), MRIS-14, Faridabad.
Ms. Monika Kathuria
Vice Principal, Junior School
Qualification :M.A. (English), M.Ed., Diploma in German language, NTT
Experience: 20 years
Embodying the onerous task of marching ahead with staunch principles to dispel ignorance and to promote acquisition of knowledge, Manav Rachna International School, Sector-14, is looked upon as one of the forerunners of inclusive education aided by unmitigated vigour and prowess. I feel humbled and grateful to be a part of this sanguine institution. Helming multiple administrative responsibilities as the Vice Principal of the Junior School at MRIS-14, I believe that the journey of excellence is perennial and it must start with the first flush of innocence in the formative years.
Being in association with MRIS-14 for more than 13 years now, Ms. Kathuria stands witness to the school’s arduous and diligent efforts to uphold the tenets of global education. To fortify itself beyond mere stigmatized intellectual pursuit, the school has coalesced the swiftly evolving needs of impressionable young minds with its balanced curriculum. Recognizing the importance of adding a global dimension and equipping our students with cross cultural competency skills, she feels a tide of elation sweep through me as she bears testimony to the fact that the team of dedicated professionally trained faculty leaves no stone unturned in nurturing the ultimate beneficiaries- MRIS students. She places her firm belief in her sincere intent of embedding values of courtesy, consideration and responsibility in all her students.
In her words, ‘The breadth and richness of the curriculum offered at MRIS-14 allows the students to tap into their natural curiosity and follow their natural talents, be it academics, sports, theatre, music, dance, robotics, arts, public speaking, creative writing or any other life skill. It is a joy to see them grow into confident world citizens. My sojourn in the education sector has been rewarding, fulfilling and productive in more ways than I can fathom. I can only conclude by saying that the true essence of education lies in being passionate, it’s about a zealous urge to be incharge of one’s own fate’.