Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], May 20 (ANI/PRNewswire):The award was given by Smriti Irani, Union Minister of Women and Child Development, Government of India, and received by Robert Champion, Secondary Principal, Trio World Academy, on behalf of the School at the QS I-GAUGE Academic Excellence Conclave held recently at New Delhi.
The school, which brands itself as the 'happy school', identifies a happy school atmosphere as one of the precursors for healthy and holistic child development.
Naveen KM, Managing Director, TRIO World Academy on the occasion of the ceremony said, "TRIO has always emphasised upon and worked towards building positive teacher-student relationships. This in turn creates a safe atmosphere which enhances student happiness and promotes social, intellectual, emotional, and physical development in students. I am pleased that TRIO has been recognised QS I-GAUGE as one of the happiest institutions in the country. This honour inspires us even more to continue our mission to ensure that our student community is happy."A total of 33 schools, colleges and universities were recognised with the honour after assessing over 100 educational institutions in an exercise that began in December 2021. TRIO was the only school in Karnataka to receive the honour.
It caters to the educational needs of a vibrant multicultural community, which comprises of students from 27 countries. The teachers of TWA, who come from all over the world, bring their unique combination of world knowledge, and expertise. TWA offers IB PYP, Cambridge Secondary 1, IGCSE and IB DP.
The school instils in them the core values of Leadership, Discipline, Academic Excellence and Service, preparing them to become the global leaders of the future.
TRIO has been chosen 'Best School Brand in India' by The Economic Times, New Delhi, in 2016 and has won numerous accolades on both national and international platforms.
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