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Looking Back at 2021

The year 2021 has been an ocean of ups and downs, and it is commendable how we, as a country, have stayed strong, persevering through it all with a smile on our faces.

Along with the constant threat of the pandemic came the laudable effort by the people for prevention across the country, and India became an example of exemplary management around the world.

We, at Manthan School, are taking this opportunity to look back at the year 2021 and see how this year has affected us all – as individuals, as a school, and at various other levels.

While the year 2020 introduced students and teachers worldwide to the system of virtual classes, the year 2021 had them settle into the hybrid education model.

Both became comfortable with this new normal, and a new type of study system was born – a beautiful blend of the traditional and the modern.

From this hybrid system was born Manthan School’s new academic outlook.

We now provide online as well as offline lectures and classes for all batches, as well as demo classes for each, so that the students can find their comfort zone before joining the school.

The year 2021 also saw Manthan School going global in its approach to education. We introduced the concept of digital exchange programs, starting with Japan.

A lot of new international-level languages were introduced as a part of the syllabus so that our students can participate in conversations on a global scale, and blend into the international crowd.

With the world at our fingertips, several of our teachers used 2021 to upskill and learn new subjects and topics from global universities like Harvard, so that they could provide their students with the best quality of education.

Alongside this, students utilized this additional push to reach great heights through competitions, webinars, and virtual group activities & discussions.

The year 2021 was also focused on mental health development as much as academics and physical development for Manthan School’s students. The school strived to conduct hybrid events, visits, and a host of activities as a break from the academic hum-drum, as well as allow students to explore their creative abilities and discover new hobbies.

All in all, the year 2021 saw us getting comfortable with the hybrid form of learning, and this gave rise to a variety of opportunities from across the world, opening up doors of opportunities for educators, students, and parents alike.

We, at Manthan School, wish that the new year comes with new hope and happiness and that our students receive the best of new chances and the right push towards their future.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

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