Kavita Sanghvi

Varkey Teacher Ambassador

Kavita Sanghvi is a passionate Physics teacher teaching for the past 17 years and currently heading MET Rishikul Vidyalaya in Mumbai, India. She has been nominated as Top 50 teachers by the Varkey Foundation in 2016 -17. She supports UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 ardently, is a British Council trainer, an active blogger and an environmentalist who believes that change begins from oneself.

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School: MET Rishikul Vidyalaya


Our Projects

Climate Change project- MRV - INDIA

Talented students of MET Rishikul Vidyalaya( MRV) , Mumbai , India have enthusiastically undertaken the project " Climate change".

MRV has always been concerned about the environmental issues and have an array of green activities which are undertaken regularly by  the students . https://www.facebook.com/MRVGreenWorld/

The climate change project has been taken up by the students across grade with great fervour.



Causes of Climate Change in INDIA - MRV

MRV students address a global concern !

The students of MRV brain stormed and debated on various causes of Climate Change in INDIA. It was thoroughly researched and their exposition most sound. 

The students voiced their opinion on various causes for the mushrooming population. 

The causes are numerous like population growth which leads to Deforestation to make place for new building projects. This in turn leads to Global warming and that affects the climate causing flood or drought. The use of plastic has further led to polluting the environment. Hence the mere existence of humans is a great threat to the environment.

India is a secular nation celebrating variety of festivals. The students are closely associated with the festivals hence they zeroed in on festivals as causes of Climate Change. The students have vowed to bring about a change in the perspective of celebrating various festivals without harming our sacred environment.It was a resounding promise that their home and neighborhood is the right place to begin.

Kudos to our young environmentalists.