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Education Congress | Education Awards | Education Exhibition - Indian Education Show 2015

10 - 11, 2015,
Vivanta by Taj,
Surajkund, New Delhi


5th Annual

   on Education

400+ Entrepreneurs & Professionals
200+ Institutes & Education departments,
50+ Global Experts & Innovators,
1000+ Awards Nominees
One Mega Show


Thankyou for making Indian Education Congress & Awards a grand success.

"Innovation and adaptation of new educational technologies will be the prime crux of the effective K-12 education in future. In today's technological age, student's learning is more engaging and collaborative when using technology."

Rustom P Kerawalla is the Chairman and Managing Director of VIBGYOR High Group of Schools in India. Mr. Kerawalla's primary focus is to provide quality education combined with professional management of schools in India. An alumnus of Manipal Institute of Technology, Mr. Kerawalla brings in 25 years of entrepreneurship.

He is a visionary who envisaged that education in the 21st century should empower students to excel in our dynamically changing world. Through scripted curriculum, experiential and integrated learning, VIBGYOR High ensures holistic development of children with stronger knowledge base and better understanding. These thoughts and aspirations provide the genesis for VIBGYOR High Group of Schools. Over the period of 10 years, with his abundant passion and experience in education, Mr. Kerawalla has successfully set up a chain of schools across seven cities of India. Today, Vibgyor High has 18 schools in India with more than 24,000 happy students.