Mumbai :- Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais presided over the Graduation Ceremony of the Singapore International School Mumbai and delivered the Convocation Address at the School’s educational complex at Dahisar, Mumbai on Sat (20 May).
Speaking on the occasion, the Governor said many countries of the world are facing shortage of good teachers. In this connection, he said India should provide good teachers to the world and become a ‘Vishwa Guru’ in the real sense of the term.
He appealed to the graduating students to consider becoming good teachers.
Ninety seven students were awarded the IB diploma on the occasion. The Governor felicitated special achievers on the occasion.
MLA Manisha Chaudhari, MLA Pankaj Bhoyar, Director Sharonee Mullick, Principal Graeme Keslake, IB Head Absolom Museve, School Prefects, parents, teachers and students were present.