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Meghana Musunuri Shortlisted For Global Teacher Prize 2021

This Hyderabad-based teacher Meghana Musunuri has made it to the top 50 shortlist for this year’s USD 1,000,000 Global Teacher Prize.  She teaches social studies, English and maths. Her name as a shortlist was announced on 9 September.

She is an education futurist, philanthropist and an entrepreneur. She is the founder and chairperson of Fountainhead Global School & Junior College -Hyderabad ; Founder of conservation NGO Save Water And Nature (SWAN); CEO of My Edu Guru and also Hyderabad Champion for Google’s Women Entrepreneurs On The Web (WEOW) working towards her mission of guiding women entrepreneurs in establishing their online presence.

According to a report, she went through multiple rounds of interviews and her work was reviewed not only in the education sector but also outside it. For instance, she said that her school has worked towards reviving the Meedi Kunta Lake and that’s a significant contribution.

According to Musunuri, this prize given to teachers is like giving a Nobel Prize to them.

“Teachers are extremely passionate but the recognition that they get is limited. It is very important to be out there and tell the world what all you are doing and that makes the difference,” she said 

She is an ardent believer of the fact that a teacher should strive to handle multiple subjects. She encourages all her teachers to teach different subjects as it leads to the evolution of their respective teaching abilities.

She is looking forward to be in the award category for the Top 10 finalists which will be announced next month. The winners will be chosen by the Global Teacher Prize Academy and felicitated at an award ceremony in Paris in November.

The selection process

Following the shortlist announcement, the top 10 finalists of the prize will be announced next month. The winners will be chosen by the Global Teacher Prize Academy and unveiled at an award ceremony in Paris in November.

The second Indian shortlist for the award is Satyam Mishra, a mathematics teacher from Bhagalpur in Bihar.

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