We have a parent seeking admission at GGIS from Kalol. It is about 20 kilometers from our school in the opposite direction of Ahmedabad. We were not sure we would able to provide transport to Kalol. Hence we refused the admission. But they are persistent parents. They insist that they
I have two kids and I know Ahmedabad is not a very exciting place for kids. But there are places we can visit with kids. Places most adults would either not know of or would not be interested in. But I was out of options for my daughter. And taking
GGIS held a seminar at AMA on All About Boards where Sridhar Rajagopalan gave a very interesting talk about it. He has worked extensively with all Boards and it was indeed a pleasure listening to him. Presenting here a summary of his learnings in his own words with our interpretation
Another question from another concerned parent. Living in India you cannot escape Bollywood. But when your child comes home humming the fevicol song from Dabangg 2, some how you want to play the censor board member. In our transport at GGIS, we would want to be vigilant without being dictator-like.
Had an interesting discussion with Shriya- a fellow mom, who was not sure if kids who are trained to question authority are going to do well later. Her contention- life is not always fair and there are times you have to take things as they are handed down. My point-