Welcome to Takshshela Junior College
Dr Ganesan V,Interview at " School Leadership Summit " 2014
Your Childs 1st days at kindergarten, at Takshshela Junior College, to his/her final year in class 12th, everything we do as an institute is with your child in mind, a centre with a unique learning environment for boys and girls to experience parallel learning at its best.
We are committed to providing your child with an inspiring learning environment, which develops their confidence, developing skills, knowledge, values, and aptitude to shape their future and achieve their personal best, responding to the needs of boys and girls growing up in the world of the 21st century. Throughout the years at Takshshela Junior College you child will enjoy an incredible wealth of ever changing and challenging experiences and opportunities.
From learning languages and numeracy in the early years to science, arts, drama, debating and skills development in the later years, our goal is to inspire your child to dream and to take control of their life to create their own bright future
Sports, physical education and health are integral parts of Takshshela Junior College education, as the boys and girls develop their own future whilst gaining an understanding of the importance of teamwork, commitment and fair play.
We have been one of the most successful and innovative schools in terms of students learning experiences and outstanding achievements as we offer one of the broadest curriculum of any independent school in the country, with fabulous facilities and resources and committed to provide our students with an outstanding education with a challenging, enriching and supportive learning environment which develops confidence and articulate skills, values and attitudes needed to shape their future and contribute meaningfully to the community and the nation as a whole.
We believe that your child deserves the Takshshela Junior College experience, the kind of experience they will remember and value for a lifetime.
Dr. Ganesan V.
(M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.)
1) National Teachers Award 2006 - By President of India.
2) Rashtriya Shiksha Samman Award 2005.
3) Independent Schools’ Federation of India Award 2004.
Born on 16th April 1955, in Malaysia, Dr. Ganasan Veloo received his early education under Cambridge and later completed his PhD degree in India
1.Started his career as a teacher at school level and as a lecturer at University level along with active research work.
2.Became an Entrepreneur, a Director and Principal of Takshshela on 1st April 1996 and since then has been doing immense work in the field of Educational processes and standardization, an innovator, contributing to the nations progress and development.
3.He was awarded “The Young Scientist Scheme Award” in 1989 by the Department of Science and Technology (DST) New Delhi, and was also awarded “Research Associateship” in 1991 by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.
4.Since there has been no looking back, his achievements are given below.
Carrying out research since 1984 on water pollution studies with special reference to industrial effluents (Textile dyes) and its effect on fishes.
Technical Training received in instrumentation :
(a) Received Training in operation of ,Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry at Babha Atomic Research Centre (B.A.R.C.) Bombay from 16th June, 1986 to 13th June, 1986.
(b) Received Training in operation of Mercury Analyser at B.A.R.C., Bombay from 10th November, 1986 to 30th November, 1986.
Professional Training Attended/Completed
1.“Strategic Leadership For Schools”, Indian Institute of Management, (IIM) Ahmedabad, 17th to 23rd Sept. 2006.
2.“Leadership in Educational Administration”, National University of Education Planning and Administration, (NUEPA), New Delhi, 30th Oct. to 03rd Nov. 2006.
3.“Management Imperatives for Educational Institutions”, Indian Institute of Technology, (IIT) Delhi, 24th to 29th Sept. 2009.
4.“Preparing Schools for Accreditation”, National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET), Quality Council of India (QCI), New Delhi, Cert.No. PAI 006, 12th to 14th Nov. 2009. ASSESSOR
5.“Schools Accreditation Examiner”, National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET), Quality Council of India (QCI) New Delhi, Cert. No. ED5 022, 02nd to 04th Dec. 2009. ASSESSOR
6.“Health and Adolescence”, Master Trainer, CBSE, New Delhi (Ajmer), 2009.
7.“CCE, Monitoring & Mentoring”, Master Trainer CBSE, New Delhi (Jaipur), 2010.
8.“Measuring Growth :- The key to supporting student engagement and Improvement.”, International confederation of Principals, Victoria, Australia, 1st (9th / 10th August), 2nd (2nd and 3rd September) and 3rd (4th October 2010) at New Delhi.
9.“Development in Assessment : Scope of assessment in teaching and learning, 24th to 25th January 2011, New Delhi.
10.“Strategic Management and Leadership Programme for Principles.” The London Centre for Leadership in Training (LCLL), Institute of Education, University of London in Collaboration with CBSE, New Delhi, 12th to 16th December 2011.
11.Programme on Strategic Leadership for schools in a changing environment, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad, – Oct. 10th to 15th – 2011.
12.Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110 Central Institute of Technology, PERTH Australia in collaboration with HRD and CBSE Govt. of Australia, 20th Feb. to 10 May 2013 Cert. Regd. No. 535074.
13.Quality School Leadership Programme, 30 Jan. to 4th Feb. 2012, Mumbai, Institute of Quality, Confederation of Indian Industry.
1.Young Scientist Scheme Award under “Young Scientist Projects” in 1986 by Ministry of Science and Technology, Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi. Worked on project entitled : “Removal of Textile dyes and Monitoring of Pollution in rivers Khan and Kshipra”. Ref. No. SP/YS/M09/86 sanctioned by Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.
2.Awarded "Best Principal Award" by Independents Schools Federation of India for "Distinguished services in the field of Education" at the 2nd International Conference on "Modern Trends in Education" (2004)
3.Rashtriya Shiksha Saman Puruskar – 2005 on the occasion of “World Peace and National Economic Development” – New Delhi. By All India Business and Community Foundation – New Delhi.
4.National Teacher’s Award – 2005 by His. Honorable, President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India.
5.Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Samman 2012-13 By Avantika. A Group of Counterparty Artists and Intellectuals.
6.Rashtriya Shiksha Samman – By Vidyarthi Vikas Munch Ujjain – 2013.
7.Indo–Asia Achievers award for Educational Excellence on the occasion of “Globalization of Indian Industries and World Peace” at Bangkok, Thailand by Indian organisation for Commerce and Industries on 15th February 2014.
8.Global Education Excellence Award, 9th March 2014 for “Best School with Distinguished Professional Training in India” by Prime Time, New Delhi.
Data With Reference To Papers Published
M. Neharika, V. Ganasan, D. Subba Rao and A.B. Saxena, (1985) :
Studies on calorific values for certain insect fauna collected from different habitats of river Khan. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India. 55(B) IV.
V. Ganasan, K. Srinivasulu and A.K. Pandey, (1991) :
Trace Metal concentrations of water and sediments of river Khan & Kshipra, Ujjain (M.P.), India. No.IJE/90. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Science, New Delhi. Revised on 14.12.1990.
V. Ganasan and Robert M. Hughes (1998) :
Application of an index of biological integrity (IBI) to fish assemblages of the rivers Khan & Kshipra (Madhya Pradesh), India.
Freshwater Biology, U.S.A (1998) 40, 367 – 383, Blackwell Science Ltd.
Papers Presented at Conferences
V. Ganasan and A.K. Pandey (1986) :
Studies on the migratory behaviour of textile dyes by thin layer chromatography (TLC) on silica gel. “National Synposium on Current Status of Environmental Crisis”, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, Bihar.
A.K. Pandey, V. Ganasan (1990) :
Heavy metal profiles in sediments and waters of river Kshipra upto Ujjain (M.P.). Paper read at the seminar on Wetland Ecology & Management. Bharatpur 23-25 Feb. Abstract. pp. 76 TS VI-2, Bombay Natural History Society.
V. Ganasan, S. Kapoor (1991) :
Migratory behavior of 32 Textile dyes on thin layer chromatoplates using silica gel G, alumina and zeolite. “National Seminar on Assessment of Impact of Industries Nuclear and Thermal Power Plants and Oil exploration Activities on Environment” (Dec. 14-18 Department of Chemistry, Andhra University, Hydrabad).
V. Ganasan and Robert M. Hughes (30th August 1993 – Paper presented at American Fisheries Society, USA) :
Application of an index of biological integrity (IBI) to fish assemblages of the rivers Khan & Kshipra (Madhya Pradesh), India.123rd Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society, Portland Oregon U.S.A.– August 29 to Sep. 2, 1993.
CBSE Committee Member
- Member, Selection Committee for “National Teachers Award”, 2009 to 2011.
- Inspection Committee for CBSE School affiliation and upgradation CBSE, Since 2006.
- Member of Core Committee – CBSE. for Financial Market Management Since 2008.
- Inspection Committee for CBSE, Spot inspection team for admissions.
- Chief Nodal Superviser – Conduct of Practical Examination.
- Observer – For AIEEE, CTET.
- City Coordinator – AIPMT/NEET.
- Convenior AExam Committee Ujjain Division
- Chief Nods / Supervisor Spot Evaluation
“DEVELOPMENT OF AN ASSESSMENT TOOL AND INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER”, Project forded by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), ERIC (DER) New Delhi, in Collaboration with Medical College of Allied Health Services, Manipal.
Published In NCERJ Jounal