Mumbai: Celebrating Teachers’ Day and seven years of its inception Maharashtra Class Owners Association (MCOA) honoured and felicitated senior teachers in Mumbai for their outstanding contribution to the field of education and nation building. There were 10 teachers across Mumbai who were felicitated by the guest of Honour, Dr Ramakrishna V Hosur, Indian biophysical scientist and former Professor at Tata Institute of Fundamental research in presence of Prof Jagdish Walawalkar, President, MCOA.
MCOA is a The Maharashtra Class Owners’ Association, an outfit of coaching class owners that was founded in the year 200 and has approximately 575 members.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Huzaifa Khorakiwala, Trustee and CEO – Wockhardt Foundation said, “It is an honour to be appreciated for the work we do in the field of education. Initiatives like these encourage people to contribute their bit and help build an educated nation – which is the need of the hour. Our e learning projects have been implemented in more than 150 schools. So far we developed State Board Curriculum for Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Haryana, with more in the pipeline. Our aim is to promote fast and easy learning to the under privileged people of the society.”
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