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‘At such a young age, my son attended the online classes independently, thanks to his teachers’

Mr. Satish Panwar, father of Apeejay School Charkhi Dadri student Bhishm Panwar, appreciates the manner in which the teachers dealt with students during online classes



Mr. Satish Panwar is a storekeeper technician with the Indian Army. His son Bhishm is a class 2 student at Apeejay School Charkhi Dadri. In a brief interview, Mr. Panwar mentions how his son would independently manage and attend the online classes alone at home. Edited excerpts:

Why did you choose Apeejay Charkhi Dadri over other schools for your child’s admission?

My wife had selected this school for Bhishm. The children of my wife’s friends also go to the same school. We had heard great reviews about the school from them. So we enquired and sought admission here. The teachers are very good and they focus a lot on the development of the students.

Please tell us a bit about Bhishm and take us through his progress at school?

Bhism is a naughty child. If one talks to him sweetly, then he becomes obedient as well (laughs). He loves to play. He likes dancing and is good at giving speeches and stage performances. He plays football. He becomes a goalkeeper when he feels tired. He is a very moody child (laughs). He is doing well as a student and likes Maths and English the most.

Are the teachers engaging well with the students?

Yes, they are teaching very well. I am absolutely satisfied. They teach with a lot of patience and care.

What is the best thing about Apeejay School, Charkhi Dadri?

The teachers are very nice. They pay a lot of attention to each and every student. Their teaching method is very good.

Now that the schools have reopened, is Bhishm happy to be back at school?

Yes, he is very happy to be back at school and be among his friends.

How was the experience of the online classes for Bhishm?

The online classes were good. Initially he could not manage it but later he developed an interest and independently managed and attended the online classes. Actually, there is no one at home. I am in the army and posted far away and his mother is a working woman as well. So, he very maturely handled the situation, learned the technical aspects and attended the classes independently.

Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected]