She is recognised and awarded by numerous institutions of repute— She has been appointed as ‘The Child Abuse Prevention Program Ambassador’ for India -by Chrissy Skies under their ‘My Body is My Body’ awareness program; She is the ‘Global Goodwill Ambassador for India’ appointed by Richard DiPilla for ‘Disaster & Humanitarian Relief’; She is an active Member of Maharashtra State Handloom Council; She is also the Executive Member of Om Puri Foundation -here she is committed to work for the weaver’s and artisans community; She is a ‘Subject Expert & Panelist’ at ISRO Educational Programs. And, for all her noble social contributions, she has been awarded the prestigious title of ‘Outstanding Contribution in Global Education’ -by ABP NEWS -and- World Education Congress; She has been recognised for her remarkable contribution in the Education domain and conferred the ‘Professor Indira Parikh Leaders in Education Award’ -by World Education Congress; She has been honoured by ‘Asian Educators Award’ for her outstanding contribution in the field of International Education; She has bagged the ‘Excellence and Innovation in Education Award’ conferred by Combined Society For Educational Research & Development—it is in recognition of her exceptional calibre and outstanding contribution in school education as an individual; She is also honoured by ‘Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Excellence Award’ -by Awantika Foundation -this is for establishing good practices and engaging parent community as the equal stakeholder in the growth of a child; She has received ‘Mother Teresa Excellence Award’ – honoured by Integrated Council for Socio Economic Progress, Kerala. Further, she is an Honoured Member of ‘Who’s Who Worldwide’ -Worldwide Recognition for Youngest Achiever. She has been featured in FEMINA, October 2020 issue, under the title ‘Most Influential Women In The Country’, in the Education segment. And, this year on World Tourism Day, Switz Education Foundation has appointed her as Cultural Committee Member for Swiss Education.
Yes, she is Dr. Kavita Lohiya Bajpai -Director and Founder of: The International School of Thrissur, the venture of KB EduVentures LLP. Born in the historic city of Jhansi -Uttar Pradesh, Kavita and her siblings (two sisters and a brother) were brought up in a liberal family——Kavita’s father was Senior Counsel in Arbitration and her mother was a Judge in the Consumer Forum. In the year 1997, Kavita got her graduation degree from Bipin Bihari PG College, and before turning 21 years old she completed her post-graduation and got her Masters degree in Physics (the year was 1999). In the year 2001, she got her Bachelor degree in Education (B.-Ed.), and while she was at Ahmedabad, she did her Diploma in Human Resource (HR) from Mahatma Gandhi Labour Institute, Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Kavita has also completed her PhD in Education from British Council, and The Global Career Counselor Program by Univariety in collaboration with University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension in 2021.
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“Teaching is first about learning,” -Dr. Kavita Lohiya Bajpai.
While in her childhood, Kavita wanted to be either a teacher, or wanted to serve in the Civil Services. Immediately while pursuing her graduation in the year 1998, Kavita got a call from Rani Laxmibai Public School in Jhansi to teach either Kindergarten students or to teach Maths and Physics to the 9th or 11th grade students—Kavita grabbed that opportunity and started teaching the higher grade students. In the year 2003 she got married and moved to Delhi NCR, and soon after that, in the year 2004, she moved to Ahmedabad —in Ahmedabad Kavita explored her love for history. She visited the pols of Ahmedabad and learned a lot about its culture and traditions, and here she met many people associated with the heritage city project and as Principal of a school she helped in formulating platforms and creating awareness about the rich heritage of Ahmedabad. Kavita staunchly believes that every school must have a separate heritage class where children are given insights into the native folklore, culture and traditions of the place that they are born and brought up in. She has been working (honorary) on Heritage conservation for the past twelve years now—she is prominently working on developing an awareness program for the kids age group of 8 to 14 years, so that these kids can understand -and- take pride in our rich and varied Indian heritage. And, her these efforts focus on: Connect the past with the present -to- secure a better future. In the year 2014 Kavita moved her base to Mumbai, Maharashtra, and in the year 2017 she started her own education venture in partnership by the name of KB EduVentures LLP -a network to provide education solutions. In the year 2019, Kavita joined as an Academic Director in ‘The International School of Thrissur’ -a child centric school which aims at ‘Providing children a safe and supportive environment that will allow them to reach their fullest potential’.
Kavita loves to write poetry, well; her other hobbies include photography, cooking, and playing the sitar. Kavita credits her friends, her mentors, and her husband as her biggest strengths. And as far as her personality goes, she defines herself as resilient, dependable and being a pace setter as her strengths. Kavita is grateful to her mother, who always encouraged her. She feels very proud when her specially-abled students do extremely well for themselves. In her bucket-list, she has two clear wishes: one- a noble and novel education institute and its establishments in prominent cities of India; and secondly, she wants to work more on conservation and promotion of our ancient heritage culture.
In her signing off message, Kavita says, “Today’s women should have a very strong character strength which is very important to one’s remarkable progress. Women should have clear thoughts about what they want to do, and they must use their adaptability quotient as their strength. And, women should be financially independent,”.
Dr. Kavita’s education venture: https://tist.school