Udaipur teacher received Indian Achiever's Award 2011
He is M.Tech, M.Sc Physics, MBA, MCA, PG Diploma in Sales and Marketing, B.Ed and recently submitted his PhD in operation research. Mukesh Shrimali had worked in several schools including MMPS, Central Academy etc.
A teacher from Udaipur has been honored with a prestigious Indian Achiever’s Award 2011 for Education Excellence.
Mukesh Shrimali (37 yrs), coordinator of The Study Sr. Sec School Udaipur, was awarded on the 28th Indian Achiever’s Summit held in the Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi on 26th May 2011. The theme of the summit was “The Challenges of Economic Growth &Social Development”
The award was present to Mr. Shrimali for his outstanding contributions to the excellence of education in India.
The honor comes to Mukesh Shrimali after more than a decade of hard work and dedication he has shown in the field of education. He had worked in various educational organizations of Udaipur and he has been serving The Study School since 2003.
He is M.Tech, M.Sc Physics, MBA, MCA, PG Diploma in Sales and Marketing, B.Ed and recently submitted his PhD in operation research. Mukesh Shrimali had worked in several schools including MMPS, Central Academy etc. before joining The Study. So, it won’t be wrong to call him a Serial Educationist of Udaipur.
Out of the hundreds of students he has taught, many have achieved success in their life. Mehul Jain, an IIT-JEE Topper of 2005 with AIR 5, was his student. More than 50 IITians have been taught by Mukesh Shrimali.
In a brief interview with UT, Mukesh Shrimali said “there should be a need based education system than text based, it will execute stress from students, and we need a stern change in our education pattern. Let’s take example from Japan where need based education is priority. Moreover in Japan, school decides what their students need to learn, not parents. We can make a similar prototype in our system too”
“I narrated one of my articles at IIT Delhi ‘If I can’t learn the way you teach, why can’t you teach the way I learn?’ My motive was the same, promoting a new education system in India. Later my article was recommended by the Ministry of HRD. I hope we will see drastic changes in education system of India soon” said Mukesh Shrimali.
Mukesh Shrimali, popularly known as Mukesh Sir in his student circle, has toured Japan for 15 days. He has lectured in IIT Delhi. At present Mr. Shrimali is making his mind to half a dozens of other tour invitations by the Education department of China, University of Hull – England and many other knock out sessions he is about to conduct.
Hailing from a middle class family, Mukesh’s early education was conducted under the guidance of his elder brother, Sanjay Shrimali, who is a D.G.M in Rajasthan State Mines and Minerals.
“My brother is my idol and I dedicate all my honor and awards to my parents”, says Mukesh Shrimali.
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