Mrs. Prachi Manjrekar

(Preprimary Teacher )

I chose to be a teacher because of the love and affection, the respect that students shower on a teacher who is able to inspire them by example in all spheres. It gives a great satisfaction to see your students acquire new dimensions to their personality, gaining confidence and poise and all a result of your inspiration, of your instructions. No career, no work can be more rewarding than that of a teacher who is occupied in building the personality of a student.

Mrs. Vipthi Pillai

(Preprimary Teacher )

Being an avid reader my passion for learning and knowing new things drew me to children who are new to the world of learning. To understand their thoughts, to exchange and learn new things, to explore their world of imaginations and through all this mould them into a strong and independent individual, which eventually leads into a world of communicators and educators. The thought itself is satisfying and inspiring, so I chose my career as a Teacher. .

Mrs. Mita Dutta

(Preprimary Teacher )

Teaching is one of the most direct ways to make an impact and if you are driven by the desire to help those around you, being a teacher is an invaluable contribution. Teaching job is varied with different experiences every day.

Mrs. Heena Kanibagilu

(Preprimary Teacher )

I chose to be a Teacher, because my Teacher had positively impacted my life. I want to pay it forward and make a difference in the lives of others. My aim is to encourage and inspire my students. I also wanted to share my love for art with my students and show how it can be fun and enjoyable.

Mrs Poonam Achrekar

(Preprimary Teacher )

I chose this profession because I want to mould and shape our future. I truly believe that children are our future and it is important that we provide them with the right information and tools to lead their lives in a positive way and it was my dream come true.

Mrs. Visruti Pawar

(Preprimary Teacher )

I chose to be a teacher because teaching is not just a profession , it is a mission. Being a teacher , we mould and shape the children who are like clay. The love and affection , the respect that students shower on a teacher who is able to inspire them. Teaching offers maximum scope for creativity to flourish.
I am proud that I am a teacher.

Mrs. Kamakshi Karnataki

(Preprimary Teacher )

Teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, caliber, and future of an individual. If people remember me as a good teacher,that will be the biggest honour for me.

Ms. Anita Pardesi

(Primary Teacher )

Why am I teacher????????????
The love and the affection, the respect that my students shower on me is priceless. .

I chose teaching profession to fulfill my dream. Teaching is the only profession where you can get respect and career opportunity. The rewards of teaching such wonderful kids are endless. As a teacher every day I am learning so many things.

I love to be loved by my kids they are my real inspiration to be in this profession. I am teacher because I love to laughand kids are awesome when they are free. I am teacher because I am MULTI TALENTED. I am teacher because………….

A hundred years from now it will not matter, what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove. But, the world may be different because I was important in the life of child

I am a teacher and I am proud to be one

Mrs. Sujata Galbale

(Primary Teacher )

Since my childhood it was my belief that teachers do more than teaching and their impact extends far beyond the classroom. As a teacher, you are more than just an educator: you are a mentor, a confidant and a friend. One of the most common reasons to become a teacher is to make a difference in the lives of as many students as you can. Today i am proud of my decision of becoming a teacher. .

Mrs. Preeti Dubey

(Primary Teacher )

Very few people live their dream as their walk of life also. I am one of them. I am Preeti Dubey . Since childhood had a dream of becoming a teacher. It gives me immense pleasure to share my knowledge and in return Learn alot from the children sitting in front of me. I pray to God to make me capable enough to live these happiest moments of my life forever.

Mrs. Sangitha Narayanan

(Primary teacher )

Omkar Cambridge International School is a happy school. Where teaching is a pleasure and learning is a joy. Teaching is an art. Good teachers always teach children not just with their minds but with their hearts. Thus teaching inculcates the true value of human lives. ‘People form crowd but teaching a crowd makes a Society .’ With this feeling in my heart i choose this profession. Everyone knows teaching is a Noble job, but Noble teaching changes the society. I as a teacher handle so many students in my life that it not only develops my intellectual aspects in all the streams but also makes my mind more creative and strong. It gives me an immense pleasure to work in such rewarded profession.

Mrs. Trupti Mhamhunkar

(Primary Teacher )

Teaching is a noble profession that shapes the character, calliber and future of an individual. I choose thos profession as I can help to broaden the little innocent minds so that they can think in new ways. I love to learn and I was sure while teaching I will also get the opportunity to learn new things in return. Being a teacher and working with kids makes you become one of the most patient people. More over now I am an adult but being a teacher sometimes bring back that child like mindset which is really needed in today's stressful life. Essentially, becoming a teacher lets me take part in shaping the next generation.

Ms. Suzie Mothis

(Primary Teacher )

There are many reasons for me to love being a teacher. Teaching is one of those professions that keeps me on my toes and keeps me young at heart. It allows me to use my brain and continue learning each day, sometimes through a variety of professional development methods. It's a profession that allows me to be creative and work with a variety of different people. Each school day brings with it a new beginning.

Unlike most careers, a teaching career has the opportunity to inspire students, not only academically but personally as well.

Mr. Sanjay Gage

(Primary Teacher )

People are very expressive when they do drawing so are the children. Drawing and coloring describe the feelings, drawing also improves children's motor progress. It increases child's imagination. That's what makes a person become more creative in thinking and enables him to create new things.
So I chose to become a drawing teacher..

Ms Zubeda Peerzade

(Primary teacher )

I choose teaching as a profession for several reasons. I have always admired teaching because it’s not only a noble profession but also gives me an opportunity to make a difference and inspire young kids. Moreover, it’s actually fun working with children where you are faced with uncertainties and challenges on regular basis and come across different experiences every day. It’s always a positive atmosphere when you are surrounded by children and gives you the opportunity to share your passion for the subjects that interests you and convey your knowledge and understanding of the same subjects in innovative ways.

Mrs Pooja Lalsinghani

(Primary Teacher )

I was born and brought up in Morrocco. When I came to Mumbai, I realised there is a need of French teachers here and hence I thought maybe it was God's will for me to take up teaching French as my career . French being my mother tongue I had a great passion to teach this language.I started off teaching French for kids as well as adults and they really enjoy learning French.
I feel I am gifted by God to make a difference in the lives of children.

Mrs. Jeba Mary

(Primary Teacher)

My goal is to go far beyond teaching. I want to inspire my children to want to learn more about themselves and the world around them. My role during this formative time of a child’s brain development is essential. Early learning experiences and crucial factors for emotional, intellectual, cognitive, social, physical and intellectual development. Ultimately affecting how well a child will perform in elementary school. There is nothing more inspirational than to see the face of a child who has mastered a new skill or conquered a challenge. Sure some days are exhausting. However, when you greet those little smiling faces the next morning you are empowered beyond words. I’ve been moved to tears by beautiful letters from children. I don’t have a job. I have a gift and each day I thank God that I can make a positive difference in the lives of children.
I’m proud to say, “I am a teacher”

Mrs. Rupali Kokje

(Primary Teacher)

Hello, I am Rupali Kokje. Some people know which profession to choose from their earliest days of childhood, while others make their decision much later in life and I am one of them. A telecom professional for 11+ years, got introduced to a teacher within me, when I started teaching my kids. This zest of sharing the knowledge, gave a kick start to my new journey of becoming a teacher. With every passing day I realized that you will never learn a topic better than, when you start teaching it. Here, my zest of sharing knowledge became the craving to learn. I wish to live my life enjoying the blend of above two.

Mrs. Sakshi Malvadkar

(Secondary Teacher )

To develop my teaching abilities so as to leave an imprint in the minds of the students.

To help to create a proper healthy democratic setup in the institution for the development of democratic values among the students.

To work as a key player in the challenging and ever changing educational setup and nurture creativity.

To work out innovative techniques and inculcate values among the students.

Mrs. Farida Khan

(Secondary Teacher )

To utilize the diverse set of teaching skills for maximising learning experiences of children with confidence.

To enhance the students to execute managerial responsibility and leadership skills.

Being a teacher is great opportunity as this is the learning stage where we learn as well as teach. This passion in me created a development skill.

Mrs. Beena Singh

(Secondary Teacher )

Teaching for me is not a profession, but a noble service to the society to create a more beautiful & peaceful world.It requires people who have the conviction to nurture young minds & I find myself most suitable for this noble job that shapes the character, caliber & future of an individual.Here I can share my passion for my subject with my students.If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honour for me .

Mrs. Nishita Naik

(Secondary Teacher )

I chose to be a teacher because teaching is not just a profession, it is a mission. Children, who are like clay are moulded and shaped by the hands of a teacher. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru said, ‘The destiny of a nation is shaped in her classrooms.’ No career, no work can be more rewarding than that of a teacher who is occupied in building the personality of a student in order to equip him to face the challenges of a competitive world in the throes of transition and change. .

Mrs. Chandni Nagarajan

(Secondary Teacher )

I chose this profession to help the students to learn with joy, to teach the students in an innovative and skillful way. To coordinate with the institution for the continuous progress of the students and the ability to adapt to the new and changing social and cultural environment.

Ms.Swati Shukla

(Secondary Teacher)

I can't think of any job as important to society as teaching.I have always loved to give young people the best start in life.Interacting with kids is great.Be it on educational grounds or recreational activities. .

I chose to be a teacher for developing a new generation of thinking individuals.For me, it is great /fulfilling challenge:stimulating the next generation to become lifelong learners.I feel I should contribute what I have learnt and experienced over the years. .

Ms. Jinal Chheda

(Secondary Teacher)

Teaching makes a difference, with visible results.

I became a teacher because I want to make a difference in the lives of my students, not only for one academic year but teach them the lessons which can be beneficial and helpful to them throughout their life.

Ms. Diksha Kamdar

(Secondary Teacher )

Those who dare to teach must never cease to learn. Thus I took the easiest way to never stop learning by becoming a teacher. .

Mr. John Joseph

(Secondary Teacher )

It is with great excitement that I look ahead to being a Teacher, given the experiences that I have had with teaching over the past years. I have been fortunate enough to be a teacher in Omkar Cambridge International School

To challenge and be challenged by my students is my second goal. I begin with the belief that every student possesses unique capabilities that can be shared with others if given the appropriate supports. I challenge my students to share opinions with and to mentor one another. I encourage brain- storming sessions, group projects, and group presentations.

Mr. Rohit Tomar

(Secondary Teacher )

Physics is the language of nature and it has fascinated me from childhood, as it explains everything from small particle proton which is just few femtometer in size to the Universe which is 93 billion light years vast.

Mrs. Swati Sharma

(Secondary Teacher )

I love my profession because I believe that teaching in general, and teaching ICT especially, should be a deeply engaging, entertaining, and practical process. The best way to do this, for me, is to put the learners in the driving seat, as much in control of their own education as possible, customising each lesson to the unique needs of people from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds. I give my students the tools to continue improving and teach them practical and theory knowledge. My ultimate goal is to teach my students the programming languages they will make use of both in their future careers and in everyday life.

Mrs. Nancy Leenus

(Secondary Teacher )

I teach, I explain, I demonstrate, I inspire, and with this I make a dynamic difference in

students life making steady change worldwide .

Teaching has always been my passion.I love teaching students English language innovatively and get them aquainted with novelties of the same. Best part of teaching is I learn as I teach and I am a life long learner. I love teaching.

Mr. Freddy D'souza

(Secondary Teacher)

When I introspect and try to answer this question, the first thing that comes to my mind are the glimpses of the exceptionally awesome teachers I came across in my life - be it in my school, college or while pursuing my professional degrees. They have been the best teachers anyone could get. Their determination, patience, humility and dedication primarily inspired me to take up 'teaching' as my profession.

Teaching gives me an opportunity to work with children, young people and make a difference in their lives. The job is challenging, with different experiences every day. It gives me a chance to inspire students in the way I was inspired. It also gives me personal satisfaction of 'paying back' to the society in my own little way, which I think is the moral responsibility of every rational individual.


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