Round Table India joins hands with Muni International School for qualitative improvement in education
NEW DELHI (Pankaj Rotoliya)- International organization Round Table India (https://www.roundtableindia.org/) has joined hands with the Muni International School of Delhi for qualitative improvement in Indian education. In this regard, Dr Ashok Kumar Thakur , founder of Muni International School and Dhruv Nidhi Dalmiya, National President of Round Table India have signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) in Mumbai.
Executives of both organizations Vickaash Agrawal, Pankaj Agrawal and Dinesh Agrawal also attended the occasion.
After the agreement between the two organizations, Dr Ashok Kumar Thakur said that it is a matter of pride for us that an international organization such as Round Table India have chosen the Muni International school education model for qualitative improvement in Indian education.
Round Table India President, Dhruv Nidhi Dalmiya said that bookish education is imparted in most of the schools in the world, however the kind of education that is imparted by Muni International School one did not find in most schools. Apart from this we are impressed the most by Muni International School’s methodology , whose splendid results are visible in the education world. We believe that both organizations together will be successful in making qualitative improvements in education.
It is remarkable that Round Table India has started a qualitative improvement in education through nearly 2580 schools in the country, while Muni International School has also made its mark in the country and abroad due to its special education-training method. Muni International School is the only school in the country which serves as the partner school of the Japanese government and emphasizes value education by teaching its students Sanskrit and 6 foreign languages including Japanese, French, Arabic, and English among other languages.