“Nothing is Impossible. I want to rather say it should be read as I am possible or I would make it possible with my efforts / abilities.” – Munila Arora, India
Here is an interview with Munila Arora from India
1. Why is education important to you?
Education is the key for Women to move up the ladder of society. Education helps men & women claim their rights and realize their potential in the economic, political and social areas. It is also the single most powerful way to lift people out of poverty. It plays an important role as a foundation for girls’ development towards adult life. It allows us to contribute to our society in a better way.
2. Can you describe the teacher who most influenced you?
Mr. C.L. Bajaj (My Teacher) His personality & positive attitude toward life influenced me a lot.
3. Describe the most inspiring day you’ve experienced as an educator.
When I received prize on Independence Day.
Your Contributions to Education
1. What is your proudest professional achievement (briefly describe the work you are most recognized for)?
When I received Prize from D.C. Ma’am on Independence Day, for my school ranked 2nd among the Best Govt. High Schools of the district.
2. How can other educators facing similar challenges implement what you’ve learned?
I think nothing is impossible in this world. If you want to do anything and you put your best efforts and hard work, you can achieve everything or you can make everything possible.
3. If you could change one thing about today’s “system” of education, what would it be?
The Examination system. The evaluation method must change in India.
Your Vision for the Future of Educatio
1. What is the best opportunity for innovation in education?
The best opportunity for innovation in education is “Empower schools and districts with the freedom to innovate and find the best ways to teach and assess 21st century outcomes”.
2. What advice would you give a new teacher (or to anyone wanting to make a difference in education)?
Nothing is Impossible. I want to rather say it should be read as I am possible or I would make it possible with my efforts / abilities.
3. What is your greatest hope for the future of education (in your country?)?
Everybody should be educated in such a way so that He/ She may be able to earn his/her living and hence be able to improve his/ her standard of living.
About Munila Arora
- Website I check every day: www.sssapunjab.org
- Person who inspires me most: Person having positive Attitude towards life.
- Favorite childhood memory: When my 10th class Result was declared.
- Next travel destination (work or pleasure): Mount Abu, India.
- Favorite book: “Discover the Diamond in you” by Arindham Choudhuri.