From Pandemic Adaptations to Global Success: A Conversation with Mukesh Thakwani of DPSI

Mukesh Thakwani, Chairman of DPS International Ghana, talks adapting to challenges brought by the pandemic and discusses latest successes, as many DPSI students are attending renowned universities worldwide.

“Regarding the current educational system, I believe we all learned a valuable lesson during the COVID-19 pandemic that we can work and study remotely from our homes. DPSI was able to quickly implement systems to enable our students to continue their studies within two working days of the school closure. Now that the pandemic is over and everyone is returning to campus, I must say that our teachers and school management did an outstanding job during the pandemic. Today, with students back on campus, I believe it is crucial for them to be in a physical environment that provides opportunities for socializing, meeting individuals from diverse backgrounds, and participating in extracurricular activities. Speaking of universities, I am proud to share that this year, one of our students secured 100% scholarship admission to the Howard School in the USA. Our students are also attending renowned institutions such as UCL, Imperial College London, Cambridge, Boston University, and many more worldwide. Our academic program emphasizes not just education but also leadership skills development, enabling our students to excel in both academics and extracurricular activities. As a result, I am confident that our students will become future leaders not just for Ghana, but for their respective countries”, says Mukesh Thakwani.

ABOUT DPSI GHANA: DPSI was commenced in the year 2010 aiming for quality education and excellent learning, providing holistic, modern, comprehensive, technology-driven classes right from Creche to A Level. With the motto “Service Beyond Self”, DPSI strives to excel the needs of children in Ghana and its neighbouring countries.


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