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Last updated: 17 Jun, 2017  

GICLM Launches MyDadMyHero Campaign

NewsVoir | 17 Jun, 2017
Garodia International Centre for Learning Mumbai (GICLM) has launched #MyDadMyHero campaign in lieu of Father's Day on the 18th June 2017. As a part of the campaign, a 4 minute short film directed by Nitesh Ranglani, was released on their YouTube channel featuring the school kids talking and discussing their favourite Superheroes. Furthermore, the kids can be also seen telling us the ‘superhero like’ things their dads have done for them, thus concluding who their REAL SUPERHERO is!


Every Garodia Education initiative is designed to be forward-thinking, innovative and ethical so that the students get an experience that empowers them for their future. #MyDadMyHero campaign aims to inculcate a sense of real love and care in the kids. Real care does not just make a dad stronger. It makes him a hero. So this Father’s Day let's celebrate the ones that go above and beyond- the real heroes- our dads


Speaking about the campaign, Managing Director of Garodia Education - Mr. Nishant Garodia said “We firmly believe that Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.  We aim to nurture their minds and help them discover, in their own way, the magic and joy of learning. Inculcating the correct values in the kids is an important part of our institution. This #MyDadMyHero campaign is an ode to all the fathers out there by our school kids - a film that spotlights the many ways dads are our heroes.”

 

The director of the film, Nitesh Ranglani said, “It was an absolute pleasure shooting with the kids. They never made it feel like work in the first place. Their answers and approach towards life, was so genuine and innocent. Fullmarks to their parents and teachers for imbibing such wisdom and qualities.”

 

The foundation of Garodia Education was laid in 1969 by Smt. Parmeshwari Devi Gordhandas Garodia, who wanted to pursue a simple dream of bringing the joy of education to children. Her modest beginnings with only seven students in a garage gradually evolved into a powerful vision to transform education in India and make it an all-inclusive and holistic means of child development.

 
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