Dear Students and Guardians,
I welcome you to be a part of Swayam Educational Development Institute Pvt Ltd. As a budding parent myself, I foresee the need to groom and prepare my kin to be fiercely competitive rather than just being a part of the audience. The most common misconception about scholarships and competitive exams is that they are not meant for everyone. Only pupils, who achieve better grades in academic assessments, take up additional learning which is required for such competitive examinations. Students and their guardians alike, fail to seize such opportunities and make the most out of it. It is sheer negligence and lack of information that leads them to abandon any considerations of stepping up to such avenues.
Scholarships and competitive courses have come a way far from just being a matter of prestige in your close community. These exams help young minds to gain immense self-confidence and superior accentuation. They also carve a path for further studies and future achievements for students, which reserve great opportunities for them in the corporate world. Students who take up these initiatives stand a brighter chance at performing better in their academics. It facilitates an overall metamorphosis of young talented minds. By the way, who tops the list in these exams is namesake and immaterial. The most important of all is participation.
Swayam’s passion in mentoring is driven by the continuous improvement, close industry associations and a belief that anyone and everyone can achieve what they desire. Our results over the past years are a key indicator of our strong belief and hard work. We take a lot of pride in preparing the achievers of future and with this endeavour, shape the future of our community.
Swayam Educational Development Institute Pvt Ltd
About the Director
An entrepreneur at heart,Vishal holds an MMS-MBA degree from the esteemed Welingkar Institute of Management. His primary interest lies in the Education sector. Before the inception of Swayam Educational Development Institute in 2002, Vishal was associated with Eklavya Publications as a General Manager for the Pan India territory.
His scope as a General Manager covered more than 75 branches for the publication giant.
Whilst studying for MBA, Vishal perceived and undertook the Education industry as a project. While he saw the potential in the late 90s, education was not considered as an industry.
He was and is of a firm belief that education should not just be limited to academics and computer and all aspirants should take up competitive and scholarship examinations.Vishal can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org