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Rishikul Vidyalaya

Rishikul Vidyalaya

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"At MET Rishikul Vidyalaya in Bandra, the faculty is attempting an alternative route. Here, kids are taught about social development and values...manners, conduct, being around people, sharing with others as important lessons of informal, non academic learning." - Mumbai Mirror

"The experience of a child being detached from the mother's apron springs can be quite daunting for both. It is the same story at the start of every academic year. To tackle such apprehension, the Mumbai Educational Trust (MET) Rishikul Vidyalaya in Bandra West has come up with a novel scheme." - Hindustan Times

"The teaching methodology is based on the fact that children enjoy learning through play and hands on activities. Kids are 'taught' using flash cards, regular trips in buses and autorickshaws when the topic is transport and go through similar live experiences. The institute teaches them words using music and rhythm where a live band performs exclusively for the school." - DNA

"At MET Rishikul Vidyalaya, Bandra, the school's dance teachers have been working overtime with the speech and drama coach, a battalion of music teachers, the entire art department and even their parent-teacher association, to produce their annual play." - Hindustan Times

"The school amalgamates technology and tradition to give quality, holistic education to children. They emphasize cultural values. The school uses props like customised reading books, encyclopedia bits and flash cards which make education effective and realistic. Art, craft, drama and music are used as learning tools." - Metro

"This was not just a regular display of artwork. Infact the exhibition was a window to ancient cave painting around the world which were showcased in modern light". - Afternoon Dispatch & Courier

"The students dedicate at least one hour every week at school (MRV) tilling land, sowing seeds of vegetables and then harvesting crop. The students know when to sow the seeds. They understand soil textures and see creatures such as earthworms and understand their significance. This helps them understand concepts better." - Hindustan Times