Pooja Arora is in the field of education for over 20 years and has accomplished various milestones as a teacher, as a Principal and as a special educator in different schools in and around Vapi. She has a wide experience in the field of education which encompasses various facets like incorporating innovative teaching methods, school administration, conducting workshops with teachers as well as with parents, remediating SEN children with in reading, writing and other relevant educational skills.She is the co-founder of Sameep Foundation which endeavours to help children suffering from Learning Disabilities. She uses her strengths in remediation and counselling of children as well as their parents in order make them aware of the problems that their children are facing. She believes in promoting a feeling of compassion and empathy towards these children amongst all membersof the society including teachers, principals and other school administration personnel.
She is guided by the philosophy that, “The surest way to make your dreams come true is to live them.” And for her, Sameep Foundation is one such dream.
A graduate in BSc. Home Science, Anesa Noorani found her calling in the profession of teaching, especially for the differently-abled. Her passion inspired her to successfully complete a course in Special Education from ACT (Asian College of Teachers). She is currently pursuing her post-graduate diploma in ‘Counselling & Guidance.’ She also teaches vocabulary and English-speaking skills at Vaatsalya School, Daman.
Anesa resonates with the thought that when your intentions are noble and your actions truthful, no dream is too big, for the right people will be beside you.
An ardent believer that "every child is gifted, they just unwrap their packages at different times", Munira Arsiwala always had an inclination towards education. In her four years of experience in the field of education, she realised that every child has a different way of learning and some children find it difficult to learn within the mainstream education system. With this quest of making a difference and helping children with special needs, she took-up various courses to enhance her knowledge and started teaching as a special educator in Vaatsalya School, Daman. In 2016, she teamed-up with passionate educators and became a co-founder of Sameep Foundation.
An Interior Designer by profession, she started taking active interest in education during her Childrens’ schooling years. Determined to help children with special educational needs, she teamed with like minded individuals and is now a part of Sameep Foundation. As co-founder of the Institution,her role is that of an administrator and a resource person.
She believes that, “The truest help we can render to an afflicted man is not to take his burden from him, but to call out his best energy, that he may be able to bear the burden.