Anvita Upadhyay

My journey in Vidya Mandir started in 9th Standard way back in 2005 with math classes by Sarin Sir, cycling to class every day after school. It instilled in me a passion for mathematics and science which carries on till date. I knew 9th and 10th boards were a cakewalk because of Sarin sir and Garima Ma’am. As I entered 11th and 12th, I knew that my first choice would be joining Vidya Mandir as opposed to the prevailing opinion that joining an “IIT” class would be a better choice for your competitive exams. Sarin Sir prepared us for AIEEE and Maharashtra CETs equally well as he did for the 12th board exams and I learnt that being thorough with your basic knowledge is most important in the long run. I had a good choice of engineering colleges to choose from, which eventually landed me a job at John Deere where I worked for three years. I have fond memories of Vidya Mandir and it was an important part of my school life. Both Sir and Mam always went that extra mile to know their students on a personal level too. I felt so special when I met Garima Mam at the airport more than a year back and she immediately called up Sir and we chatted after a long time. As I write this feedback, I reminisce and am grateful to Vidya Mandir for life as I pursue my masters in Electrical Engineering at University at Buffalo, SUNY. I wish Sarin Sir and Garima Mam, all the very best for the expansion and development of Vidya Mandir which has come a long way because of their hard work and dedication. It feels proud to have been a part of this institution.

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