EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH
Sunday, 25 April, 2021
Being Founder & CEO of VictoryTales, I feel privileged to introduce Ms. Neeru Bhaskar who is presently working as Principal of Delhi Public School, Jankipuram, Lucknow(UP). I feel Ms. Neeru Bhaskar is a truly inspiring woman and the one who plants the seeds of knowledge among children, sprinkles them with love, and patiently nurtures their growth to produce tomorrow's dreams of every parent. I always look back with appreciation at the brilliant women which came across in my life, but with gratitude at those who touched my human feelings and I feel Ms. Neeru Bhaskar is the one who touched every individual’s feelings with a warmth which she possesses.
I still remember the day I was discussing the perfect qualities of a teacher with her and she broadened my vision at that time when I was in the teaching line. She has chosen this noble profession to shape and polish the character, caliber and help all her students to recognize their within potential. After spending so many years in this profession she reached the spot where every individual wants to reach but very few reach.
It is said that when you see a well-functioning school, most likely, there is a good Principal behind it. A Principal who sets a vision for the school and sets clear objectives. Someone who creates the space that fosters a teacher’s professional and personal development, and encourages student’s personal growth, creativity, and their own journey of discovery.
After working in the field of teaching for so many years before becoming Founder and CEO of VictoryTales, I feel, a Principal must be a pedagogical leader to dozens of teachers: observing them in the classroom, evaluating institutional performance, and helping them get the professional development opportunities. I also feel proud to apprise our readers that Ms. Neeru Bhaskar is rich in pedagogical leadership and she deals with such challenges as Principal with hundreds of students and their personal and academic challenges, besides responding to the parents, on one to one basis, each with their own expectations for the school.