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Apeejay schools bag Brainfeed Excellence Awards 2022

The honour was received by Mr. NN Nayyar, Senior Education Officer and Mr. Rakesh Joshi, Regional Director – Academics at Apeejay Education

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Twelve Apeejay schools in Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Jalandhar and Mumbai have been conferred with the Brainfeed School Excellence Awards 2022 at the 9th National Conference on teaching, learning and leadership held in Hyderabad.

This prestigious award is given to schools based on its evaluation of a large number of stake-holders including principals, teachers, and educationists representing a large consensus of informed public opinion. On-field surveys help determine the strengths of the schools and its consistency towards academics.

The evolving demands of the education sector in India require quick action and smart decision-making. Today, schools not only require a smooth transition to the online mode of learning, but its teaching and  non-teaching staff as well as management need to scale up their efficiency towards governance, administration and admissions. With this, holistic and value-based education must be delivered to students to make them worthy citizens of the nation.     

Apeejay Education has been a pioneer in doing so. Scaling up its learning management systems during the first Covid-19 lockdown, Apeejay effectively engaged its 35,000 students and 2,500 faculty members across 26 campuses in India. 

With technology making inroads into the educational firmament, pedagogical practices and innovative technology-based teaching, experiential learning are some important paradigms for this achievement. 

“Apeejay has been a very progressive institution in the region. We combine head, heart and hand to work towards our goals. Through an amalgamation of tradition and innovation, we have delivered the best to our students.”  

-Dr. Parul Singh Tyagi, Principal of Apeejay School, Faridabad Sector-15

“If I quote the Former First Lady of the United States Abigail Adams, she said that learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence. At Apeejay Rama Mandi, Jalandhar, I sincerely believe that success is not the final destination and failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.”  

-Ms. Sangeeta Nistandra, Principal at Apeejay School, Rama Mandi

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