Signs MoUs with Sanskriti Group of Schools (Bhukum, Wagholi, and Undri) & Dr. Shamarao Kalamdi High School & Jr. College
PUNE: Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan Pune today added two new schools to its PASCH initiative. The MoUs were signed with, Sanskriti Group of Schools (Bhukum, Wagholi, and Undri) & Dr. Shamarao Kalamdi High School & Jr. College through a virtual event. The event was graced by Miriam Bruns, Director, Goethe-Institut, Pune, Andrea Walter – Project Head – PASCH – South Asia, Shivali Gore, Project Manager, PASCH, Goethe-Institut, Pune, Devyani Mungali, Director, Sanskriti Group of Schools, Pune, Neha Teredesai, Jaishree Gujar, Ruchita Rawat – Principals, Sanskriti Group of Schools, Bhukum, Undri Wagholi, Pune, Pallavi Naik & Dr. Madhuri Chittewan- Principals – Dr. Shamrao Kalmadi High School and Junior College, Pune.
The PASCH initiative supports schools with a broad range of services towards strengthening German language classes, which includes teachers training, lesson observations, mentoring and monthly teachers meet. With the aim to strengthen the interest in the German Language, to get to know the German culture, and also to have intercultural comparative studies a wide range of projects and programs are offered. Such programs include youth camps, youth film festivals, cultural workshops, student festivals, various competitions, theater, and music tours, exhibitions, youth language courses, fit exams German language certifications, etc.
In February 2008 the Federal Foreign Office launched the initiative “Schools: Partners for the Future” (PASCH). It strengthens and creates a global network of more than 2,000 PASCH-Schools with particular ties to Germany.
The initiative is coordinated by the Federal Foreign Office and implemented in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut, the Central Agency for Schools Abroad (ZfA), the Educational Exchange Service of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany.
The initiative has completed 12 successful years. Schools associated with the PASCH initiative gain exposure to various other partner schools worldwide and therefore build up a strong network of schools, teachers, and students associated with the German Language. It opens new educational and career opportunities.
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