ASHUTOSH BATTA is the Director Principal of Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. He started his career with XEROX and forayed into education in 1984. He has over 27 years of experience in various domains in the field of education.
Mr Batta set up the Bloom Public School in the year 1996 and has created an institution of excellence and repute. This year Bloom Public School is ranked amongst the top ten schools of South West Delhi, 2012 in a survey done by Hindustan Times, September 2012 edition. In his role as a founder of the school, he has work extensively with the State department of Education, Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi Development Authority and other authorities.
In his role as a Director Principal, he has expertise in curriculum design, technology in education, assessment and evaluation, professional development for teachers, pedagogies based on the theory of Multiple Intelligences, learning styles, physical education in curriculum and school administration related skills. He has also incorporated in his school programs on life skills, mental health, special education, student exchange (UK, South Africa, France) and various co-curricular activities.
Mr. Batta is a member of prominent associations of School Principals and School Managements. He is the office bearer of the Forum for Promotion of Quality Education For All which includes schools such as Vasant Valley, The Shri Ram, G.D. Goenka, Ryan International etc.
He has successfully adopted best practices in Bloom Public School in administration and management, staff recruitment and training, operational management, integration of multimedia, institutional marketing, compliance of laws pertaining to education, curricular and co-curricular programs for holistic development etc.
Mr. Batta is a keen learner and upgrades his knowledge on latest practices in education. For this, he has attended professional courses at the Harvard Graduation School of Education (USA), The Principals’ Training Center (London), Indian Institute of Management (Ahmadabad).
He is also the cluster leader in a school program between UK and India under the UKIERI (United Kingdom India Educational Research Initiative). He also was the president of TEACH, teacher exchange initiative between Australia and India funded by University of Melbourne from 2000 – 2005.