A village school in Maharashtra enters final round of World’s Best School Awards
London. A school in a village in Maharashtra said on Thursday that it has reached the last three of the world’s best school awards. The award has been instituted in the UK with the aim of celebrating in schools around the world for contributing to the progress of society. The name of this school is PCMC English Medium School which is located Bopkhel, Pune. The school has now entered the Public Consultation Vote Round of the Community Support category for the USD 2.5 million award. The award will be presented to the winner during World Education Week next month.
The school is located in a remote village of Pune and is run as a public-private partnership in collaboration with Akanksha Foundation, an NGO, and the local government. Most of the students of this school are from low income families. UK-based digital media platform T4 Education, which established the award earlier this year, said PCMC English Medium School works with local practitioners, shopkeepers, religious leaders to create programs that help parents meet financial need. Huh. Established in collaboration with Accenture, American Express, Yayasan Hashanah, Templeton World Charity Foundation, Lemon Foundation, D2L, Melby Gard and Universidad Camilo José Cela, the award aims to bring to the school the values of the school that accompany the lives of its students – Along with making real change in their communities. (Language)