Sachin Usha Vilas Joshi

(Education Activist)

In Indian social system we consider education as the foundation of the all-round development of the person. Our Ex President Late Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam said, “If we want to make India a Super Power we need to work harder on three people: Student, Teacher and Parent as these three will play a major Role to create a future India of our dreams.  

Inspired by these words Mr. Sachin Usha Vilas Joshi stepped into the field of education and started working towards his aim.

Sachin Usha Vilas Joshi, a person who failed several unit tests in school now holds seven degrees in various subjects from Pune University in the field of Management.

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About Me

Educationalist, Founder and Director of Espalier School and Education On Wheels NGO

My aim is to empower the children with proficiency that will lead them to become

outstanding observers, explorers, thinkers, great learners as well as sensitive & ethical human beings.

The purpose of education is not just employment but more importantly, personal fulfillment & self improvement. My wish is to establish a school where education is infused with passion n delight because of the way in which education is combined with dance n songs. I believed in starting the learning process with those things close to the child's heart, rather than beginning with a text book. Through frequent excursion in nature, games, songs, drama, reading, celebration & spiritual teaching, I seek to develop the soul of our children.

Espalier emphasizes more on self motivation rather than on discipline & on fostering intellectual curiosity rather than competitive excellence. We encourage the child to compete with his own previous records besides competing with fellow mates. We do not believe in hammering information into children's minds. Respecting the dignity of the child implies respecting the child's curiosity, their freedom to question, to explore, to imagine, to be critical, even to disagree & to make a choice for themselves.


Awards in various fields