Ms. Rupam Sah, is a Masters in Organic Chemistry from Bombay University. She is C.S.I.R –NET qualified and holds ‘Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers’ from Cambridge University.
She has been associated with the field of education since 23 years of which 9 years in the capacity of Principal in reputed schools.
She is the Lead Learner and CEO of Quality Education Asia.
She is a CBSE Resource Person and has till date trained over 9000 teachers. She has also conducted Principals’ Leadership trainings for over 1000 Principals across the country.
Her special achievements include a Certificate by QMI as an authorised Internal Auditor, Certificate by IIM Ahmedabad on Effective & Strategic Leadership in school, Certificate by idiscoveri, WIPRO in Effective leadership in schools, Certificate by Teachers’ Foundation Bangalore for ‘Quality Circle Time’ and a Certificate course in ‘Multiple Intelligence’ by Branton Shearer. She is also a certified ‘Art of living’ teacher for conducting “Know your Child” workshop.
She has won numerous awards and recognitions such as the National Sanitation Award in 2012 by the HRD Ministry, the National Women’s Excellency Award in 2011, constituted by the Ministry for Development of North Eastern Regions, the Radhakrishnan Award in 2010, constituted by the National Child and Women Development Trust, the ”Pratik Vidya Bhushan award” in 2004 and more.
As an educationist, she has constantly been endeavouring to enhance and upgrade the skill set of students and teachers by organizing various workshops on topics such as ‘Mind power and Study skills’, ‘Multiple Intelligence’, De-Bono’s Six thinking hats, CCE, Life skills and Attitudes, Gender sensitization and counseling, Safety in schools etc.
Her powerful presentations on “Integrating Life skills in School Environment” in the 15th National Sahodaya Conference of CBSE Schools, Bhopal and on “Strengthening Formative Learning” in the 17th National Sahodaya Conference of CBSE Schools, Bangalore, exemplify her incessant effort and work towards the cause of education.