Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN) shines in the world’s largest school ranking survey

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Tops Noida and ranks 5th at National level in EducationWorld India School Rankings (EWISR) 2021-22 

New Delhi, December 22, 2021: Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN), a charitable school for special children that works under the aegis of Ponty Chadha Foundation (PCF) has been ranked first in Noida, 2nd in Delhi NCR, and 5th at the national level in Special Need School category of EWISR 2021-2022. This is the 2nd time in a row that the school has been ranked on top, scoring stupendously on parameters of faculty competence, academic excellence, and management quality. The annual EWISR is the world’s largest school ranking survey that benchmarks over 3000 India’s best schools across 18 types of school segments. The survey respondents comprised eminent educationists, principals, teachers, SECA (socio-economic category A) parents, and senior school students across 28 cities countrywide. 

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Vandana Sharma said, Director and Principal, MBCN School, said “To say that we are elated on our accomplishment would be an understatement! This acknowledgment by EWISR underlines the amazing effort and dedication displayed by the entire team of MBCN – students and teachers. This strengthens our commitment towards providing a conducive environment for growth to our special children and empowering them with critical life skills to lead a life of dignity and self-sufficiency.” 

MBCN is an educational cornerstone in providing holistic ground for the well-rounded development of children with special needs. It provides rehabilitation services and supports towards mental health, skill development, and behavior management. Their rehabilitation services include early intervention, Speech therapy, Special education, Sports training, Physiotherapy, Yoga Therapy, Occupational therapy, Counselling, and Vocational training. Since its inception, more than 25000 kids have passed out with flying colors from the institute and are now living a dignified and well-deserved life of self-dependency.  

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