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  • 19
    Jul 2021

  • Virtual Teachers bring preschool classrooms to life!

The overnight shift of academics to virtual format last year had led many to wonder about the role of a teacher. This is so because in the digital age information is available anytime and anywhere.

  • 24
    Mar 2021


    International School | Ms. Shamsha Syed

It was the beginning of our online classes, I was worried and anxious how the virtual classes would be.

  • 12
    Feb 2021


    International School | Ms. Gayle D’Souza

2020 has been the most infamous year that tossed everyone from the frying pan into the fire. The cherished break you were looking for turned into an unending nightmare.

  • 19
    Jan 2021

  • The Joy of Reading

    International School | Sangeeta Guruswami Natrajan

Have you felt the first warmth of the sun on a winter morning? It caresses you with gentleness and surrounds you with an aura of joy. Such is the joy of Reading! Reading is a journey from a blissful euphoria to a desperate misery.

  • 13
    Jan 2021

  • MRV CARES! A step towards giving back to society

    International School | Vivaan Tasker

I am proud of being an MRV student where every student at MET Rishikul Vidyalaya has been directly or indirectly involved in social service which has been introduced to create a sense of awareness and sensitivity towards issues which fuels disparity.

  • 25
    Dec 2020

  • On the horns of an academic dilemma...

    International School | Ms. Maya Iyer

The Corona Virus has resulted in schools shut all across the world. Globally, over 1.2 billion children are out of the classroom. As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms.

  • 10
    Nov 2020

  • Public Health in our localities

    International School | Zara Vaz, Roshan Sukheja

Maintaining public health is tenacious in many developing countries including India. We are surrounded by daffy traditions, ideologies and stigma that are tough to eradicate. Public Health issues can be triggered in two simple yet major ways: poor sanitation and personal hygiene.

  • 20
    Dec 2019


    International Studies | Dr. Seema Tatwawadi

Education is the only seed that can reap growth in its true sense, where human beings’ existence depends on their understanding of the importance of life and its ways of sustenance.

  • 15
    Nov 2019

  • Awareness Campaign

    International School | Dr. G. Nagashree

Taking forward the tradition of green and sustainable initiatives in MRV students reached out to another set of community members.

  • 29
    Oct 2019

  • Street Play

    International School | Dr. G. Nagashree

Students of MET Rishikul Vidyalaya performed a Street Play based on Water Conservation, today, at one of Mumbai’s busiest churches, the St. Michael’s Church, Mahim.

  • 20
    Aug 2019

  • Water Scarcity in India

    International School | Vivaan Tasker

India suffers from water shortage for irrigation and drinking despite the fact that many big rivers, some of them perennial rivers, flow through some parts of India. In the south there is the Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery and other rivers.

  • 26
    Jul 2019

  • Water: Leading towards World War III?

    International School | Riyansh Bhatia

Is the world eventually coming to an end? From global warming to climate change; Severe droughts to mighty floods; still water scarcity overwhelms us all.