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The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great place To Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India. This episode talks about HVB Global school, Mumbai which believes in only one religion – Humanity.

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The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great place To Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India.

This episode talks about HVB Global school, Mumbai which believes in only one religion – Humanity.

About-

HVB Global School which stands for Humanity, Versatility and Brillance is situated in Mumbai city’s prime location. More than 50 years old, this institution is one of the most prominent schools of the country and occupies a prime spot in the list of Great Indian Schools. HVB global is a prestigious IBDP and Cambridge International authorized school. Focusing more on emotions and the overall development of students this institute’s mission is to offer a meaningful, globally-connected and comprehensive educational program. This institute aims at creating well-rounded individuals with an international outlook and a sense of Indian culture and their vision is to create lifelong success stories.

“Though we get 100% year after year and are Maharashtra toppers, but our main focus is on emotional quotient and happiness factor.” - Dr. (MS) Chandrakanta R. Phatak (CEO & Principal, HVB Global Academy)

Education beyond classroom -

Apart from the academics this school focuses on the holistic development of a child. They provide facilities which adds up to the emotional quotient and happiness quotient. They also provide extracurricular activities like sports, martial arts, yoga, dance by Shiamak Davar Dance Academy, music and robotics. They also teach about different cultures and traditions from the different parts of the world at a very young age to develop empathy in the students.

Watch the full episode of HVB Global School and find out why it made it to the list of Great Indian Schools.

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