MRIS

Ms. Tripti Sharma Academic Coordinator Early Years to Grade III

Mission
To develop a child harmoniously and holistically by emphasizing on his physical, cognitive, emotional, aesthetic, social and spiritual needs.
Contact Info

Block-C, Mayfield Gardens, Sector – 51, Gurugram
Phone: +91 -124 -4985100 (30 lines)
Mobile: 95600-63999
Email: info@mris.edu.in

Ms. Tripti Sharma
Academic Coordinator (Early Years – Grade III)

Qualification: M.A, B.Ed

 “Kids education is neither moulding the character nor curbing the limits. It is to provide an environment for kids to discover their innate capabilities and develop the possibilities.”

– Ms. Tripti Sharma

Young, dynamic and visionary, Ms. Tripti Sharma is the current Academic Coordinator of Early Years – Grade III since 2010 at Manav Rachna International School, Sec-51, Gurugram. She has a rich history as a teacher in various Schools across Gurugram. Her dedication to detail and quest for perfection took her rise and persistence through continuous learning and development. In 2019, she was awarded at the state level for her contribution to environmental education. She has always been an advocate of holistic learning. According to her, holistic learning is a form of education that takes into account the most important things that children need to develop to survive in the modern world. The world has tremendously transformed in the field of technology, innovation & creativity. Holistic education enlightens the creative outlook on education. By following this method, each child can learn according to his/her potential. The holistic education not just focuses on the academic growth of a child, but also builds his/her personality. It looks to enhance learning of goodness, individual significance, and the delight of living both in preliminaries and in victories.

Ms Tripti Sharma’s extended interaction with students from varied socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds have left her with the zeal to develop young minds and nurture them to be the harbingers of positive social change. She teaches and lives by her philosophy, “Excellence is not an accident- it is the result of hard work and perseverance.”

In her words, “In a world increasingly plagued by intolerance, insecurities, bitterness and violence, I believe our students stand out as proud and successful symbols of alternative narratives. As educators, it is our responsibility to endeavour to guide and develop our students into capable citizens of tomorrow – into young men and women who live up to the highest standards of personal honour, and who combine within themselves the qualities of both intellect and empathy, knowledge and sensitivity, individuality and collaboration. This holistic synthesis, I believe, is what the Manav Rachna International School stands for and it is to this inspiring tradition of education that I consider myself privileged to belong.”