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Child Brain Development: The Sharp Perspective
Trustee – MET League of Colleges stated that "Learning is fun and is also the greatest adventure of our lives. At MET Rishikul Vidyalaya first the teachers and parents should be educated and then only the child can be taught properly. Therefore, all the parents and teachers undergo special training programmes to understand the nuances of raising a child and managing their lives. Regular sessions for the parents and teachers in order that their learnings are enhanced and they are thus able to teach the child in the best manner are held”. more>>>
‘Little Wonders Showcase the Spirit of Global Harmony’
Anandvan 2008 – A Grand Affair with a Social MessageMET Rishikul Vidyalaya lays a strong and equal emphasis on academics and co-curricular activities. For this very reason, out of the eight hours that the children spend at school, four hours is dedicated to extra – curricular activities during which academics is taught through the play - way method. All through the year the skillful teachers carefully identify the aptitudes of the children and accordingly build up a plan to develop that particular aptitude. more>>>
Christmas Party 2007
It was yet another fun filled and party time for the 275 children of MET Rishikul Vidyalaya. The children were entertained with instrumental performances followed by a movie, “Miracle on the 34th Street.” There were tattoo making, balloon sculptor and pendant making for our childrenThe children were very excited to see Santa Claus and they welcomed him with open arms. Santa had arrived with cakes, chips, lollipops, balloons and gifts for all our Little ones at Rishikul.
Children’s Day Celebration
As part of the SUPW curriculum (Socially Useful Productive Work), students from MET Rishikul Vidyalaya continuously interact with under privileged students from Aseema’s Pali Chimbai School. The aim is to groom MRV children into socially sensitive individuals. Volunteers from Aseema teach art, craft and handicraft to MRV children. In December this year, the MRV children organized an exhibition where they displayed and sold their wares. An amazing feat at such a tender age! The day was celebrated as ‘Children’s Day’ and children from MRV put up cultural performances where the keyboard and flute performances stole the show
"Apni toh paathshala, masti ki paathshala!
"Student's chill out. While the parents entertain the Teachers!

Unlike other schools where the students put up a show for the teachers, MET Rishikul Vidyalalya celebrates Teacher's day with a difference. Every year on September 5 the parents put up a variety entertainment show for the teachers and staff.


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