Stories of Success

Soaring to heights of excellence

We envision enriching lives of underserved children in the rural areas of Dehradun. Our aim is to give these children a meaningful introduction to education; a warm, encouraging and healthy environment which provides unique learning experiences.

Shubham Dhiman

Shubham Dhiman

Shubham Dhiman has just finished his schooling at the Doon School and has been given a full scholarship by the most-sought-after Ashoka University at Sonepat, Haryana. Shubham left Doon with full school colours, as boxing captain and editor of the Hindi edition of the Doon School Weekly. He has published a book of his Hindi poems, breaking the myth that jocks cannot think!

Says JMMT Co-ordinator Manu Kaur: “Shubham was helpful by nature, especially when new tasks came up one after the other. “Don’t worry, I will do it”, he said often. He kept a level head even if he did get frustrated at times. He was quite artistic and enjoyed drawing and making greeting cards.

Rahul Das

Rahul Das

Rahul secured admission to a number of top universities in India. He chose Manipal as it offered the subject of his choice – Kinesthetics(sports science.)
Rahul Das, who was JMMT’s first entrant to the prestigious Doon School, based on his performance at the entrance test. Rahul is now finishing his first year at Manipal University. While at the Doon School, he travelled to South Africa on a student exchange and is a fine, confident young man, focussed on a possible future career in sports medicine.

Ex Principal Susham Sood shares these memories of Rahul, “Rahul Das was quiet and observant. He often kept to himself in the corner seat near the window, with a keen eye on the happenings in the class. A boy of few words, he had the ability to think out of the box. In academics, he was always ahead of the class and was ready to do tasks of increasing difficulty.”

Vasihnavi & Deepika

Vasihnavi & Deepika

“Welham Girls’ School is honoured to be associated with such a noble venture and has offered full scholarship to two students of JMMS from this year.
Both Deepika Joshi and Vaishanvi Hamaal Thakur have joined school in Class VI and in their own words are ‘very happy to be at Welham.’ They further add: ‘Everyone is nice here and we are enjoying each day very much!

WGS shall endeavor to offer full scholarship to many more students in future and support the cause of spreading education to the underprivileged strata of the society.”

– Mrs. Padmini Sambasivam (Principal)

Sabia Bano

Sabia Bano

Intelligent, bright and brimming with curiosity, Sabia is logical, analytical and excels in Mathematics and Art. She’s in her third year at Summer Valley school, got in on merit and has been a top student ever since. She and her brother are first-generation learners, and get their hardworking genes from their parents. Sabia’s mother earns as a knitter while her father runs a tea stall.

JMMT Principal Savitri Narayan says of Sabia, “We remember her as an “up and about” girl, interested to participate in everything. She grabbed any opportunity to learn or try something and relished the attention. She is cheerful, talkative and had a sense of anticipation and excitement about her.”

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