Girton High School is a 121 year old Parsi Managed Institution established in 1888 by Miss Bachoobai Moos. The school has always achieved 100% results at the S.S.C. Board Examinations and our pupils have also featured in the Merit List. Outstanding results at the S.S.C. Exam of March 2009. Highest percentage 92.30%. Out of 53 students, 28 students got Distinction – (8 students secured more than 90%), 20 students got 1 st class and 5 students got Second Class. The school caters to provide an all round education to equip the girls for life ahead with activities like Girl Guiding, Elocution, Music, Dance, Karate and self defence, Art, Craft, Computer literacy, Interactive’ education via Audio Visual.· The children are encouraged to participate in various Inter-House and InterSchool activities. Zoroastrian culture is emphasized upon by the teaching of religious knowledge under the able guidance of Zoroastrian Scholars.
The school is situated at a walking distance from Tata Colony, Gamadia Colony, Zoroastrian Colony (Chikalwadi), Captain Colony, Kashinath Street, Wadi a Street and Ness Baug.
Admission forms for Parsi Pupils in the S.S.C. Pre Primary Section for children between 2 1/2 years of age to 3 1/2 years of age, will be available at the school office from 21 st November 2009 onwards from 9.30 a.m. Private bus facility is available for the children.
For Admissions available for other classes from L.K.G. to Std. VIII inquire in January 2010.
For Doctoral Studies at St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, UK.
Dr Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India, is a graduate and Honorary Fellow of St John’s College. He is widely acknowledged as the architect of the economic reforms that have helped propel India onto the World Stage. In honour of Dr Singh St John’s College, the University of Cambridge launched the Dr Manmohan Singh Scholarships in Delhi in 2007. These awards will enable academically outstanding Indian students to come to St. John’s College, University of Cambridge to study for doctoral degrees in subjects like Science & Technology, Economics and Social Sciences.
Applications in Aerospace Engineering and Energy Studies will be of particular interest
The rough football ground of Dadar Parsi Gymkhana is cultivating rare laurels. Two middle-aged neighbours have won India a gold and a
silver medal at the prestigious World Masters Games (WMG) held in Sydney mid-October. Fareez Vasania, a 45-year-old industrial photographer, and 49-year-old lawyer Rohinton Mehta, who defends tobacco major ITC in court, are untouchable in their events although the spotlight is yet to turn on them in a nation obsessed with cricket.
The undermentioned article had appeared in Jame about three years back written by my friend Mehlli Bhagalia. We can see that, with lots of midnight burning of oil and with sincere effort he has poured out his heart and is speaking from his heart. That is why it is a pleasure to read his article which will only augment devotion and be of inspiration to many of our youngsters, who are spiritually thirsty for the right knowledge.
Diana Bilimoria, Ph.D. is Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Department of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. She received her Ph.D. in Business Administration from The University of Michigan.
Dr. Bilimoria’s research focuses on leadership, governance, gender and diversity in organizations. Her work helps individuals and organizations enhance their leadership contributions and impact to create positive benefits. She is interested in studying issues surrounding the representation, careers, quality of life and success of individuals in organizations, especially women and underrepresented minorities, particularly their advancement to and participation in senior organizational ranks such as in top executive teams and on boards of directors. Her work on gender diversity, emotional intelligence, and leadership development has applications for individual, group, and organizational change. Her research has been used to facilitate the institutional transformation of research universities to become more inclusive of the success and contributions of women faculty. Other applications include the improvement of corporate and nonprofit organizational practices of selection, performance evaluation, advancement, and leadership development to attract and retain a diverse workforce.
The entrance of this cave is one of the largest in Iran. It is a 20m wide and 5m high portal leading to a 50x100m big and up to 12m high chamber.
In the middle of the entrance hall is a 1,800 years old statue of Shapoor I., the Great (241-272). About 1,400 years ago, after the collapse of the Sassanid dynasty, it was pulled down and lost one of its legs. About 70 years ago, the arms of the statue were also broken. 30 years ago a group of enthusiasts raised it on its feet and fixed the foot with iron and concrete.
Jehangir Mehta is the executive chef and owner of New York City restaurant Graffiti. He is also the author of the 2008 HarperCollins cookbook “Mantra: The Rules of Indulgence,” offers a cooking class at his restaurant for children 4-14 called “Candy Camp” designed to build interest in more diverse foods, hosts exclusive in-home dinner parties and runs an event planning company.
He’s a creative genius, one of the hardest working men in the food biz, eloquent and also truly a nice guy. A visit to his restaurant Graffiti will confirm it all.
The Bombay Parsi Punchayet is compiling a database of marriageable youngsters with a view that they may come together in wedlock. The concerned bachelors and spinsters would then be invited to Mumbai for personal interaction in the hope that they may find their life partner. A “Meet your Partner” get together on an all India basis is also proposed.
Kindly contact at the earliest the Bombay Parsi Punchayet on