Venus Upadhaya, a journalist, a trainer and an educator

Venus Upadhayaya The Epoch Times
Venus Upadhaya, a journalist, a trainer and an educator, I am so very thankful for your time and valuable insights and guidance you provided in your two days stay at the Fabindia School, Bali, Rajasthan.

The plans we had made for doing a workshop on journalism or a session with teachers took a back seat when you unfolded the hidden fears or concerns of the children.

I can not thank you enough for giving students an ear and an eye of empathy which probably none of us could sense or feel for them. You have given me a way forward to help them deal with the mounting pressures of their parents and the community to perform…be successful in rendering to their expectations.

The interaction with the Editorial Board was an eye-opener and made me realise that the kids have arrived; they are super enthusiastic to give their own wings to the success and glory of the school. Your touch just made them flourish and they are geared to give new dimensions to the publications of the school.

Hearing your perspective helped me understand the missing relations with motivation and zeal in the younger workforce of the school. Your efforts saved our time and helped us learn more about the needs of the educationalists.

Anyone who got an opportunity to spend time with you longs to meet you soon and wishes to have continued relationship with your love and compassion.

 “Thank you for taking out time for us, and we look forward to your next visit.”

Rajeshree Shihag - the Principal, The Fabindia School, believes creativity is much more than just a skill. You can contact her by email at principal@fabindiaschools.in

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