Dhirubhai Ambani International School Careers and Employment
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Music Teacher in Mumbai, Maharashtra
on January 3, 2018
Excellent resources and scope for creativity
Much encouragement and opportunity given to students and faculty in performing arts. A very adequate budget was available for increasing classroom resources and teachers had a free hand with design of coursework, The management was understanding in granting leave for faculty training courses and performances,
Team Leader in Bandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra
on March 12, 2020
Experience over the years
A typical day at school is very satisfying when interacting with the student body. The co-worker are usually talented and open minded when recruited. Over time, job expectations, favouritism, too many working days causes fatigue. The school calendar is overwhelming, with too many activities. The special education and psychological support team for students is fairly good and very supportive. The management mostly support professional growth.
Administrator in Mumbai, Maharashtra
on December 9, 2019
Stress is the norm. Too many Heads controlling the School. Highly polluted city. School located next to a river that at times overflows during monsoon causing flooding inside the School.
Teacher in Mumbai, Maharashtra
on December 8, 2017
Healthy and productive environment
A typical day at DAIS begins with a prayer and mutual respect for one another. Each faculty works collaboratively to enhance the teaching learning process.
Delegate and Speaker. in Mumbai, MH, India.
on March 13, 2013
A productive conference for me.
Life is hard at this conference if you have stage fright. Believe me or not, I had the worst stage fright until I attended this conference. A day would start with a delegate expressing his points and views of his/her country and would end with debates and discussions on allowing the proposed changes. I represented Mexico and it was a must for me to speak in front of everyone. I did and I also got an applause for that. But talking in the mic was the hardest part for me and seeing everyone clapping for you after your speech was the most enjoyable part. Since then, I have successfully taken full control over my stage fright and I can confidently talk in front of many people.
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