Mr. Punit MK Vasu

COURTESY Phoebe Caeg
RELATIONSHIP: The Indian High School Dubai CEO

EARLY DREAMERS

A progressive nation is one which identifies early on in its history the need to invest in its human resources. Quality education is the most basic of this investment, and the establishment of schools and the enactment of education policies, are perhaps the two major indicators of the provision of a quality education.

Punit M.K. Vasu, represents an expatriate family that made Dubai its home way back in 1963. He attended The Indian High School, Dubai, which his family along with a few other members of the Indian community funded and established way back in 1960. It is clear that even then, when U.A.E was largely heat and dust, these families had already sensed and committed to the dreams and vision of the rulers of this country. As the country grew and prospered and worked on establishing itself as a modern nation rooted in Islamic values, the Indian High School too grew and expanded by providing a high quality, modern education rooted in Indian and Emarati values.

In a remarkable example of the interlocking of destinies, Punit Vasu, returned to Indian High School, this time as its C.E.O, in a year that U.A.E celebrates its 50 years’ jubilee, and the Indian High School celebrates its 60 years’ jubilee.

Punit was student in 1990s and was even then displaying his academic excellence, leadership skills and his strong family values. If his family sowed into the initial plans of setting up schools in the U.A.E, then he has shared in the enactment of education policies when he served as Director of Strategic Programmes at the KHDA in 2006.

Punit’s life and family epitomise what U.A.E symbolises in the world – values, vision, perseverance, success and succession.

Punit was student in 1990s and was even then displaying his academic excellence, leadership skills and his strong family values. If his family sowed into the initial plans of setting up schools in the U.A.E, then he has shared in the enactment of education policies when he served as Director of Strategic Programmes at the KHDA in 2006.

values, vision, perseverance, success and succession.

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