Mr. Cyril D’Souza
I genuinely believe that true education should aim at enhancing all the aspects of a person’s character. It involves the development of not only the intellectual and physical dimensions,
Mr. Savio Alphonso
Reason I joined Campion: Campion is a Jesuit school and the Jesuits are pioneers in education. The value systems that I have imbibed through all the institutes; St Xavier’s college [Fort] or
Mr. Wilfred Alva
My passion for becoming a teacher came from the Indian Navy. I was the Chief Physical Training Instructor in the Navy and I used to teach young cadets and train them in various Militar training Academy NDA Khaddakwasla,
Mr. Sunil Almeida
Exchange Programme Coordinator
Qualification: M.Phil (Hist) M.A. (Hist) M.A. (AIC) LLB, B.Ed, PGDCM
Total no. of Experience: 19 years.
Motto : Free the Human Mind and let it fly beyond the Boundaries.
Mr. Denziano Rodrigues
Brief summary of how you opted to become a Teacher
All my life, I was brought up by my parents and teachers with values that focused on the kind gesture of giving.
Dr. Mitesh Gala
Dr. Mitesh Gala, always believed that “One should be around those people whose qualities we wish to imbibe”. Children are most innocent, energetic and full of life. Thus he chose this profession so that he is always surrounded by these lovely children to imbibe their qualities for lifetime.
Mr. Rahul Sharma
After 15 years of working in the Corporate World, I decided to take a career shift to a passion of mine – Teaching, since I believe all the problems in the world can be solved via EDUCATION. I updated my teaching skills, joined Teach For
Ms. Shashwati Sengupta
“I want to be a learner all through my life”. This has been my motto throughout. As change is the only constant in this everchanging world, it is only through education that we can be at par with it. My love for learning and learners, brought me in
Ms. Shampa Mukerjee
I first started teaching from my school days, to help my younger brother with his studies. And as I grew older, during my high-school education, I started organising private tuitions for younger children of different classes. This is where I started my
Ms. Rosemary Misquitta
As a child, I was fascinated by my teachers and held them in high esteem. I was especially in awe of the knowledge they possessed and what they could do to mould the lives of little children. This and my genuine love for children inspired me to
Ms. Usha Khare
“If you want to change the society and the nation the only source is education. Education polishes a person and brings out the best from him.”I believe that as a teacher, we can give the best to our students and create various career options for them and future citizens.
Mr. Dayashankar Pandey
I, Dayashankar Pandey (M.A./B.Ed.) teach Hindi in the Senior school. I have chosen teaching as my profession by intention and not compulsion. Having more than 28 years of teaching experience, I have not only obtained valuable experience but also imbibed great work ethics.
Mr. Anthony Dias
“Education is a Matter of the Heart” – Don Bosco
What inspires me is this saying of Don Bosco a great educator. It gives me immense satisfaction as I am compassionate towards my students and dedicated to my work.
Ms. Joyce Noronha
The trust and love a young child places in the hands of his/her teacher is incredible. The teacher becomes an integral part of the child’s life long after he has left his classroom behind. Not often do people remember others that cross