The Shyamala Educational Society is preparing to open a world-class school in Telangana and has taken another big step forward in terms of land acquisition. The construction plans have been decided as the company prepares to implement the first phase of the school’s development. They are ready to start construction of a new campus near Hyderabad, which will open for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Shyamala Educational Society to open its first school in Telangana
N Suresh Reddy, founder of the company, said his aim is to contribute to the field of education in India through the “Sri World School Project”. The school will span over 100 acres and feature world-class infrastructure and have a purpose-designed learning environment.
“It will meet the educational requirements of children who wish to define their future in India through an international program. It will be accessible to all members of society. Both CBSE and IB programs will be available at the facility, ”he said.
He further said that the institution will be headed by Prof. Vajja Samba Shiva Rao, a popular Indian educator and vice-chancellor of SRM University, who will also serve on the board. In addition, many famous pedagogues from all over the world will be part of the school. The Shyamala Educational Society is named after the mother of the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris, Dr. Shyamala Gopalan.
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Dr Shyamala Gopalan was born in Madras, India, in 1938 (now Chennai). Her remarkable rise to become an influential figure in American academia has had a lasting impact on women around the world. Shyamala Gopalan Harris, mother of US Vice President Kamala Harris, was a biomedical scientist. In 1958, she moved to the University of California, Berkeley, to pursue a master’s degree program in nutrition and endocrinology. In 1963, Dr Shyamala Gopalan married Jamaican graduate economics student Donald J. Harris. Dr Shyamala was a talented scientist, mentor, mother and activist. She was a wonderful philanthropist and had made a substantial contribution to the field of breast cancer research.