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Gundecha Education Academy,Mumbai

Gundecha Education Academy,Mumbai

Mumbai ,400101

Rating : 3.53/5.0

Location : Mumbai      Founded  :2004     Number of views : 1764

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  • Phone : (022) 6677 6768 / 6640 1716
  • Fax : None
  • Address : Thakur Village Road, Valley of Flowers, Near Evershine Dream Park, Thakur Village, Kandivali East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400101
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  • Email : [email protected]

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  • Overall rating : 3.53
  • Academic rating : 3.58
  • Facilities rating : 5.00

About School : Gundecha Education Academy,Mumbai

As we look back over the last few years, certainly there was a beginning, and there was also progress and yes - undeniably we have been successful!So how did we do this? Our staff is committed, caring and professional in all that they do as teachers and as tutors. We have a system which is strong and focused on our children, with strong emphasis on clear and open communication with parents and care-givers. We never lose sight of the fact that our children belong first and foremost to our parents, and so, in practice, we operate an open door policy of communication whereby if there is an urgent need to talk to a staff member, then so be it. We may not guarantee to resolve every difficulty but we do put our utmost into doing so. We are flexible and understanding, promising to work around difficulties which may arise in the lives of our young charges, because as we adults know, life is not all plain sailing and things happen. We therefore work very hard to ensure that our school is indeed a safe space and as far as possible, a happy place for each child. This is so important because the happy child is the child who learns and succeeds best. So let me tell you about us, about what we do, what we believe in and what we value. Above all else, we are about children and young people, their learning, their needs and even their problems. We are about the whole child. We are a school which is child centred, and so all our efforts, our work and our endeavours revolve around the achievement of each student’s potential, academically, socially and emotionally. We have the highest expectations for each young person in our care and, as such, it is our responsibility to do our utmost to ensure that that is exactly what each of them realizes. But do not simply take my word for this. Let me introduce one of our past pupils Sneha Gosain who has currently opted for the ACCA program and has secured admission at the Middlesex University.This is what she has written to us about:

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As we advance further into the 21st century, technology is becoming more and more integrated into our society. Smart phones are now commonplace, tablets are replacing or substituting for computers and laptops, and social media has become second nature. The rapid and widespread adoption of these technological innovations has completely changed the way we conduct our daily lives, including how knowledge is digested and taught in our classrooms – but is it a positive change? Should we be worried about teachers and students using technology in the classroom?

As new technology speeds into the classroom at an unparalleled pace, educators have to adapt their methods and practices to keep up. From the ubiquitous interactive whiteboard at the front of the class and the school’s online virtual learning environment, to the smart phones, laptops and tablets used by pupils, technology is driving pedagogical change like never before.

There is a tremendous push to create student-driven classrooms using technology. Technology seems to be the solution to a persistent problem that is faced in schools: how to get all students to participate in classroom discussion?

Even though many schools may still not have technology-rich classrooms, the rapidly evolving education landscape increasingly requires us to incorporate technology to customize student learning. Learning, with its mix of technology and traditional face-to-face instruction, is a great approach. It combines classroom learning with online learning, in which students can, in part, control the time, pace, and place of their learning.

Many talented teachers, both new and experienced, are finding themselves increasingly empowered by—and excited to use—technology.

Aspiring to big goals is laudable, but when you first attempt to weave tradition and technology into a practical, durable education fabric, it needs to be taken in small steps.

The multitude of web tools, computer programs, and learning management systems that are now available can be overwhelming. To find one piece of technology that will complement the class, needs some amount of experimentation. While doing so, one can make mistakes, experience success, and build confidence to use technology.

Technology shouldn't be just a frill. It shouldn't be something else you have to add to your already full plate. Instead, technology must be used to replace and improve what is already done.

Posting a discussion topic not only saves time, it also yields a more meaningful product.

Weaving media together makes learning stronger. To truly blend learning, teachers need to weave together the classroom and virtual educational media. It's crucial for students to see that the work they do in the online space drives the work they do in the classroom so they recognize the value of the online conversations.

Teachers can use online discussions and expert group investigations to seamlessly weave together online and classroom work. When we talk about online discussions one question that seems to pop up often is:
Does this mean we are On Call 24/7?

Some teachers think that incorporating online work means they have to be available 24 hours a day. This is not the case. When students are connected online, they have a network of peers they can reach out to for support, and they begin to see one another as valuable resources in their class community. This important shift in perception needs to take place if we are to engage students in active learning in the classroom and online. It is also important for students to know where they can get online.

“What if students don't have Internet access?" The answer is "we need to get them access."

Students nowadays are portraying a lack of focus and studying skills; many researchers claiming it’s caused by technology overuse.

So, put simply, parents and guardians need to be better adept at managing their child’s technological intake. The internet, and all technology for that matter, is amoral: neither good, nor bad. The user, depending on how it is used, ascribes a morality to the action performed with the tool.

From an administrative perspective, including technology presents the opportunity to enhance an institution's reputation, expand access to an institution's educational offerings, and reduce operating costs.


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Gundecha Education Academy,Mumbai is a English medium school located in Mumbai. The foundation stone for the school was laid in 2004.

It is administered as a Co ed school . School is affiliated with ICSE. It comes under Mumbai district of Mumbai. School is Co-Ed school.

School imparts education for Primary with upper primary and secondary and higher secondary(1-12). Total strength of students is Login to View . Lowest grade being 1 grade Highest grade being 12 grade .


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  • Education Level : Primary with upper primary and secondary and higher secondary(1-12)
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  • District : Mumbai
  • Residential School : FALSE


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  • Education Board : ICSE
  • Higher Secondary Board : ICSE
  • Written Test : True
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    +91 22 6677 6768 / 6640 1716


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Principal SONU ARORA has been associated with this Gundecha Education Academy,Mumbai .

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It has been a journey that started with tentative steps perhaps, but one that has taken us to remarkable heights. We have encountered some trials and tribulations along the way...soldiered on and come out the stronger for them. We have experienced exceptional moments, magical moments and created memories that will be fondly remembered in the years ahead.

Steadfast, resolute and determined we all kept together. Day-by-day we focused on our goal, keeping together and working together. We faced some incredible and memorable moments - moments that we chose to use as stepping stone as we tenaciously pursued our common goals.

Gundecha Education Academy has been ranked as one of the Best Schools in Maharashtra and in Mumbai by the prestigious Magazine, Education World. The School has been ranked among the number One in the City as well as in the State. Every year Education World in collaboration with C-Fore conduct a nationwide survey in May-June and more than 5000 top schools all over India participating in this survey. The survey is conducted in 14 parameters like Academic Reputation, Competence of Faculty, Co-Curriculum Activities, Infrastructure, Discipline, Community Service, Sports Education, Leadership, Management quality, Life Skills & teacher-student ratio.

Let me thank all the parents for their willingness to help the school. Fund raising activities and active participation in your child’s education are hugely appreciated by all the staff. We have valued your input at all times.

I also want to thank the dedicated staff at the school. They do not seek any praise but their skill and dedication to the task of educating the students is enormous.

And as for our dear students, I wish to mention that “Our future seems destined to be in capable hands.” The Class of our first batch of 2008 has achieved exceptional accolades, perhaps too many to highlight or to single out. Suffice to say that I believe that the vast majority of pupils strove to work to their potential, they aimed high, they set their goals and for the most part, they not only achieved them, but in fact surpassed them.

Tomy young achieverswho are getting ready to face and tackle the inevitable changes, I would like to tell them- “Hold true to yourself. Remember to hold onto your value system, your work ethic and most importantly, your humanity. It is these qualities that will guide you further on your journey. Today's achievements may fade or even be forgotten. The applause may become a distant memory and your certificates and medals may gatherdust on a shelf or in a drawer. But, you will always be remembered for caring enough, for helping someone, for making someone feel special and appreciated and for being the kind of person that others enjoy spending time with.

Your life is a remarkable occasion - I have no doubt that you will rise to it!”The future holds many challenges and successes for all of you. Each of you will have your own unique opportunities to grow. I am confident you will rise to every occasion.


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Co-curricular Activities

The school encourages student participation in number of co-curricular activities and has achieved the target of 100% participation in all school events and activities listed below:

  1. Assembly
  2. Sport day
  3. Annual day
  4. Housewise activities & competitions
  5. Environmental activities e.g. clean up drive, tetra pak recycling
  6. S.U.P.W. activities
  7. British Council International School activities – ISA
  8. Awareness programmes e.g. Energy conservation Sensitization programme by Tata Power
  9. Health Week
  10. Special days like National Science Day, Hindi Diwas, Marathi Diwas, Gandhi Jayanti etc.
  11. Celebrating festivals
  12. Educational study tours and outdoor activities
  13. Projects
  14. Our students have participated in numerous competitive examinations, competitions and various seminars & conferences.
  15. Regular activity periods & student performances for parents.
  16. Writing an essay / a report / a story for various activities, competitions, events, media and school magazine.
  17. Club Activities







    Campus area of the school (in acres) 2.2 acres
    Total built up area (in sq. feet) 6,70,824 sq.ft.
    Number of Auditoriums 1*
    Total Seating capacity of Auditoriums 60
    Number of laboratories of different subjects 12
    Number of class rooms 52
    Number of IT enabled learning rooms 3 + 48 classrooms
    Number of Play grounds 1


    * In addition, we also have the assembly area with seating capacity of 250 people

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  • Teachers :  39
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  • Number of classrooms :  32
  • Books in library :  19482
  • Mid day Meal :  Not provided
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Thakur Village Road, Valley of Flowers, Near Evershine Dream Park, Thakur Village, Kandivali East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400101