Vandana Arora, Head of School at Nahar International School, has a professional background of over 23 years of experience, in the field of education. Her Educational Qualification is Bachelors in Geography and Economics, Bachelors in Education, Post Graduate Diploma in Computers and System management and Masters in economics.
She began her career teaching Humanities at the initial 10 years of experience in the CBSE curriculum. Subsequently, she served as the Head of High School at the Rudolf Steiner philosophy-based school, Tridha, in Mumbai. She has also served as Joint Secretary of the Executive Committee of Members of International Schools’ Association (MISA). At Nahar International School, where she currently serves as Principal she has played a founding role, working alongside the Board of trustees of the Sukhraj Nahar Charitable Trust. She leads the school on academic matters with a particular focus on students’ holistic development as well as faculty recruitment, marketing, external and strategic planning, and development of the School.
Under her leadership, the school has had the honor and good fortune to be awarded the ‘Great Place to Study Award’ in 2018, the ‘ISA Award’ for 2018-2021, by the British Council, the ‘Outstanding Achievement Award for Education Excellence’ by AIAF, the ‘Innovation in Teaching Methodology Award’ by the 11th DNA Innovative Education Leadership Awards.
Magazines such as Education Today, 50 Effective Principal, IB Yearbook, CEO Insights, and Great Indian Schools have published articles featuring Ms. Arora’s learner-centric, socially responsible pedagogical attitude.