I am delighted to inform the members of The Fabindia School Community, of the board’s decision to induct Mr. Sandeep Dutt as its Chairman. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce Mr. Dutt.  

With over 25 years of hands on experience as an entrepreneur, a trainer and mentor for thousands of young people, Sandeep has been involved with schools across the country and worked with students in all kinds of socioeconomic environments.  Made project reports for the Government of Meghalaya, the Government of Uttarakhand, the State Govt. of Delhi and the Min of Youth and Sports, and helped implement the development plan of the Australian Sports Outreach Programme (ASOP) in his last avatar as the National Director of The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award. Sandeep's contributions to build a curriculum for enabling young people to equip for life and set in place a sustainable model for youth empowerment has been widely acknowledged all over the world.

I hope all of you would extend a warm welcome to Mr. Sandeep Dutt as he takes The Fabindia School to the next stage in its journey.

My Best Regards

William Nanda Bissell

1 comment:

  1. Dear William and The Fabindia School Community,

    October 2012 for me in person has been the most delightful month of my life! The warm welcome on the BAT Board, the rush of excitement at Bali to learn and do new things, the 20 year celebrations at the School round the corner and the very special people at the Schools in Bali who are committed to building the Schools from 'good to great', all has added up to a real life changing moment for me.

    Thank you all for accepting me as a member of the Community and am humbled by the high regard and the honour you all bestow on me. Hope to live up to the expectations of our young people and the team that has set out to build a great model for offering 'affordable quality rural education' in India.

    Yes, the challenges are great and am sure all are surmountable as we have wonderful people on board.




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