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Nishi Misra takes over as IPSC Chairperson

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Nishi Misra takes over as IPSC Chairperson

Ms. Nishi Misra, Principal, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior took over as the chairperson of the prestigious Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC) at the 80th Session of The IPSC Principals’ Conclave from Capt. A.J. Singh, Headmaster, Pinegrove School, Dharampur. The IPSC general body elects the Chairperson, Honorary Secretary and the Joint Secretary cum Treasurer of the IPSC every two years from among the member heads of schools. IPSC is a consortium of 80 elite Residential Public Schools across India, which was established in the year 1939. 

Delhi Public School Mathura Road New Delhi, Delhi Public School R.K.Puram New Delhi, Mayo College Ajmer, Mayo College Girls Ajmer, Modern School Barakhamba Road New Delhi, Pinegrove School Dharampur Himachal Pradesh, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya Gwalior, The Daly College Indore, The Doon School Dehradun, The Punjab Public School Nabha, The Mann School Delhi, The Rajkumar College Rajkot, Welham Boys’ School Dehradun, Welham Girls’ School Dehradun and Yadavindra Public School Patiala are the some of the member schools of this all India organisation.

Ms. Misra’s quest for experiential learning methodology has loomed large on her horizons throughout her professional experience encompassing Sherwood College, Nainital, Junior School; Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar; The Mayoor School, Bhopal (in collaboration with Mayo College Ajmer) and Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior. 

In pursuit of inculcating experiential learning, Ms. Nishi Misra came up with the idea of service for women. She shared the thought with her students and guided them to survey the areas around Gwalior to find a fit cause to espouse. It was found that Women hygiene is a major issue and not addressed because of taboos and other social reasons. She worked hard to acquire a low cost indigenous sanitary napkin unit from Coimbatore. The idea behind this was that they would make sanitary napkins for the women who couldn’t afford them and laid the foundation for SKV - Sankalp.

After the successful running of the unit in the school campus Ms. Nishi Misra initiated Women Empowerment Projects under SKV - Sankalp in two villages - Jarga and Virpur where low-cost and eco-friendly sanitary napkin machines were installed, and the production is managed by village women.

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