by New Age
Genrich International School’s logo was launched on Monday at a hotel in the capital’s Banani.
A concern of the STS group, Glenrich, an English medium school situated at Satarkul of Badda in Bangladesh capital Dhaka, is aimed at addressing the evolving educational needs and preparing the children for future workplaces, said a press release.
Khondoker Monir Uddin, STS group managing director and Manas Singh, chief executive officer of STS group, unveiled the brand logo in front of journalists.
Ramesh Murgal, principal of Glenrich, has more than 25 years of teaching experience at different international schools in South Asian countries, said, ‘With the experience under my belt, I will work to make Glenrich a trendsetter in the education scene in Bangladesh. We have a comprehensive and collaborative curriculum, enabling the students to solve real-life problems.’
Students will get a three-year French language course in their curriculum, which is in collaboration with Alliance Française de Dhaka, while STEMROBO Educational Technology Company will take care of robotics education.
Math Buddy will run the math labs, while the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music will take care of the music education, Ramesh added.
The STS CEO Manas Singh elaborated on the plans of the STS group regarding its education ventures.
‘We have worked for the last 25 years to bring an effective change in our education sector. As part of that, we have plans to launch four schools to offer quality education,’ he said.
Glenrich is the first phase, and the following three schools target Purbachal, Sylhet and Chattogram students, Manas added.
Tuition fees for the primary through grade XII school will range from Tk 18,000 to Tk 25,000.
Board members and senior leadership teams from the STS group and their education concerns, including DPS STS School Dhaka and International School Dhaka, among others, attended the event.
Source: New Age