Ms. Deepti Arora
Academic Coordinator: PY and Middle School
Qualification: MA English, B.Ed
Experience: 15 years
A Go-Getter, Public Speaking Enthusiast and a Life-long Learner
“Have faith in your convictions. If you have faith, nothing shall be impossible for you”
A postgraduate in English from the prestigious IGNOU University, Ms. Deepti Arora has around 15 years of rich teaching experience in the educational field with institutions of repute having CBSE Curriculum. She is a life-long learner who learns the best when amongst the young and challenging generation. She is a diligent, determined, focused worker who believes in creating a happy environment. She has a keen interest in the field of debating, dancing, dramatics and sports. She bagged the first position in Badminton Championship organized by Manav Rachna Sports Academy. She has also conducted various workshops on Curriculum development, Teachers’ Training, Peer Collaboration, Effective Class Room Management tools, Flip learning, Teamwork and others.
A go-getter to the core, living with the philosophy ‘Never Give Up’ is what Ms. Deepti firmly believes in and lives by.
In her words, ‘I feel fortunate to be associated with MRIS family since its inception, where a warm, dedicated team of teachers ensure that students come to school each day with a high level of confidence and enthusiasm’.
School Life– Two words with a life span greater than the years spent in school. As the opportunities available to students evolve, so does our role as educators. It has been our endeavour at MRIS-51 to ensure that a right and stimulating environment with a quality education is provided to the students so that young minds can be moulded into good human beings.
We at MRIS -51, diligently and meticulously endeavour to cater to the students’ holistic teaching-learning process to empower the young learners with a sound base in academics, a strong value system, a poised personality to enable them to encounter all challenges strewn in the path of life assertively and confidently.
We grow beyond our works, ascend the stairways of concept and emerge ahead of accomplishments.
I would like to end with the words of Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”