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In Apeejay Svran Global School, Faridabad, teachers, students and parents work together as a team: Dr. Harshita Sharma

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Dr. Harshita Sharma along with her husband Rajesh Sharma and son Shriram Sharma

Dr. Harshita Sharma holds a Ph.D. in Physiotherapy. She taught for some time before becoming a medical content writer. Her husband, Rajesh Sharma, is an IT professional with HarperCollins. The couple’s son, Shriram Sharma, studies in class 9 of Apeejay Svran Global School, Faridabad. In an interview, Dr. Harshita explains how the school is contributing immensely to the overall development of her child.

Why did you choose Apeejay?

I instantly connected with the former school principal, Ms. Purnima Vohra, when I interacted with her for nursery admission. She fully understood my expectations from the school and the goals I had for my child’s education. I felt assured that the future of my son is in safe hands. Other factors that made us go with Apeejay are: its brand name, solid infrastructure and convenient location. 

Shriram has been studying in the school since Nursery. Tell us about his growth over the years.

The best thing I like about the school is that it has encouraged Shriram to freely express himself in all aspects of life and that has helped him tremendously. Shriram has been actively taking part in all the extra-curricular activities. Recently, he participated in the inter-school Poster Making Competition on ‘Digital India’. In Apeejay, teachers, students and parents work together as a team. This results in the holistic development of children.I am sure under the guidance of his teachers Shriram will accomplish all his dreams.

What are his dreams?

He has sky-high dreams. Shriram is fascinated with Indian Army and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). He either wants to join the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and make drones/aircraft for the Indian Army or join ISRO and contribute to future space missions.

Tell us about the teachers at Apeejay.

Teachers give personal attention to students and empathise with children. They understand that every child is unique and has his or her own temperament and learning style. For example, Shriram is full of zeal and energy. As a teacher, you can either subdue the child or help him channel his energy in the right direction. My son is fortunate to have teachers who know how to bring the best out of him.

Please share with us your memorable moments pertaining to school.

There are countless moments. Let me share a few of them. In class 7, Shriram performed Saraswati Vandana on stage. I also feel over the moon whenever I see my son playing the tabla. He plays it so well. His music teacher deserves all credit for it.

“I have a close connection with all my son’s teachers and I know that I have their full support. They all love my child and I can feel this love in their emotions. They never had to make a big announcement about it. Teachers are constantly guiding my son. Even during the online classes they have put their best foot forward.”

Dr. Harshita Sharma

Dheeraj Sharma is Asst. Editor (Newsroom). He covers events, webinars, conducts interviews and brings you exciting news snippets. He has over 10 years' of experience in prominent media organizations. He takes pleasure in the small things in life and believes a healthy work-life balance is key to happiness. You can reach him at [email protected]

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