TIMES SCHOOL ONLINE EDUCATION SURVEY 2020 – Times of India


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The objective of this survey was to rank the top schools in Pune in terms of online education. The study had one major module i.e Factual survey, which was further followed by Desk Research, Data Collection, Analysis of Data & Final Rankings

COVID19 has led to a change from traditional chalk-board pedagogy to the digital learning approach.

Educational institutions in Pune are ensuring ‘learning never stops’ amid COVID-19 with virtual classes. This not only enables teachers and students to connect over video-enabled remote classrooms but also provides a host of interactive and collaborative tools on a single platform.

We at Times Group believe schools have played an important role in educating the students in their best way possible amidst lockdown and hence we take this opportunity to felicitate such schools of Pune. This will be a way to recognize the best schools in various categories.

Times School Online Education Survey – Sept 20 recognised schools for their online learning and teaching

The study had one major module i.e. Factual survey, which was further followed by Desk Research, Data Collection, Analysis of Data and Final Rankings.A market research agency was involved to furnish the final rankings/findings.

Only those schools who had filled the forms were eligible out of which the rankings were derived by the research agency.

Given below is the list of schools that were found to be best in their respective categories in the “TIMES SCHOOL ONLINE EDUCATION SURVEY 2020”.

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Let’s read what some of the participants had to say about this initiative

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The Lexicon Group of Institutes

Against all odds the learning has never stopped at Lexicon school, the kind of response we have had from the school kids for online learnings is remarkable. Not to miss the dedication and contribution from Teachers which made this overall online learning experience and process seamlessly possible. Initiatives like Times School online survey has been a help to boost the confidence to keep up the good work going in online teaching and learning.
– Pankaj Sharma, President, The Lexicon Group of Institutes

Rosary School

This pandemic has been a very trying time for the schools, and the complete education system as a whole. We really appreciate this recognition for the hard work and dedication of my staff and teachers. It is a great initiative by the Times Group

– Vinay Aranha, MD, Rosary Foundation

Elpro International School

I’d like to congratulate Times School Online Education Survey for recognizing and applauding schools for their undying commitment to ensure student learning and progress is not compromised owing to the Pandemic. It is very encouraging to see that the Times Group not only recognizes, respects but also feels the need to felicitate schools, teachers and the team for its efforts. My team at Elpro is extremely happy and elated to have their efforts acknowledged and recognitions like these go a long way in motivating us to do better.

– Dr Amrita Vohra, Director Principal, Elpro International School

Sanksriti Group of Schools

The future of education lies in a personalized learning approach where the unique interests, aptitude and learning needs of every student can be fulfilled. Technology is a great enabler to catalyze this by empowering the teacher. The cornerstone of any successful learning program – whether in the classroom or digital is – motivated and passionate teachers who are willing to go the extra mile for their students. Children will respond best to love, personal attention and patience in any setting. We have tried our best to retain these core values even in the digital setting. In our experience the best use of the technology is to create processes to supplement the teachers and not try to supplant them.

Devyani Mungali, Founder Director, Sanskriti Group of Schools, Pune

The Orbis School

The Orbis Schools along with the education fraternity feels proud for being felicitated for their hard work in these tough times. Schools continued when the world was shut speaks volumes about our dedication towards our profession. Teaching never ceases, and again we taught our children that learning must continue!

– Haseeb Faquih Secretary – Orbis Education Society I Director – The Orbis School, Keshavnagar and The Orbis School, Mundhwa

Priyadarshani School

“Online education is the bridge of learning between students and schools. Online is here to stay as a blended learning system even after physical opening of schools”.

– Rajendra Singh, CEO, Priyadarshani Schools

Global Indian International School

“Adapting to the new normal is the only choice in current times. I am glad that students and parents of GIIS campuses across the globe were least impacted and quickly adjusted to the new normal of virtual classrooms as we had prepared ourselves to be future-ready a good six years ago. Thanks to our technological prowess, which has always kept us ahead of the curve.

With many school options available, evaluating the right school for their child is a dilemma with most parents. I think the Times School Online Education survey, is a great initiative as it serves as a ready reckoner for parents, making this task much easier for them.

– Rajiv Bansal, Director-Operations, Global Indian International School (GIIS), India

GG International School:

The Times School online survey is a wonderful initiative taken by the team at the right time. Not only will it bring to light the amazing work the school fraternity is doing but will also inspire and encourage educators and schools.

– Sonu Gupta, Founder Director, GG International School

Trinity International School

“The entire purpose of education is to turn windows into mirrors.

Trinity International School strongly believes that evaluation process encourages us to progress with a positive perspective”

– Kalyan Jadhav, Founder and President, KJ’s Educational Institute

Educon International School

The Covid 19 impact on our schools and community is rapidly changing by the minute. Therefore our action plans and responses must evolve accordingly. As our country continues its preparation and efforts to flatten the pandemic curve, we as educators should deploy alternate learning methods to ensure the learning curve of all our students continues to move upwards. At Educon International School (EIS) our Virtual Learning Framework (VLF) has been successfully leveraging technology to engage, motivate and actively involve students in their own learning.

– Nikhil Wagh, Founder & Chairman, Educon International School

CM International School

It is encouraging to see that Times Group has come up with this survey at a right time when almost all schools are offering online education. What has been made clear through these testing times is the importance of disseminating knowledge regardless hardships and challenges. Online education has been playing a significant role here. It is incumbent upon all of us to explore its full potential.

– Saagar Balwadkar, Secretary, CM International School

Please note:

Best efforts were made to reach to every schools in Pune; however any entity that has not sent complete “Fact-Sheet” within the allotted time were not included in the survey.

Any entity which has expressly stated that they don’t wish to participate in the survey were excluded from the survey

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