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The Dream Group behind essentially the most profitable Childcare Model in South

Posted in Child Support on 24th May 2018

“Coming collectively is a starting. Protecting collectively is progress. Working collectively is success”

South India’s main daycare & preschool chain Amelio’ largest power is the crew behind it. As they are saying – “Teamwork and collaboration is the important thing to success. We’ll get extra completed and to a greater customary and high quality with extra collaborative enter than one individuals enter completed by numerous folks.”

They take nice care to rent brilliant minds that present a transparent ardour for childcare and early schooling. They spend money on their success and assist them notice their potential. They opened the primary centre of their little one care centres in Could 2008. There are 14 Amelio centres in Chennai at this time, each working at full capability inside six months of its opening. Let’s meet the crew behind the success of Amelio.

Sridevi Raghavan, CEO

Co-founder and CEO of Amelio childcare centre has large growth plans. She says she desires each working mom in India to have a profitable profession together with a contented household life. MBA from Harvard Enterprise Faculty, Sridevi has a various work expertise which enriched her publicity and pondering alongside companies in India. Having began her profession in promoting with Ogilvy and Mather, Sridevi shifted trajectory, and labored in just a few non-profits akin to CRY and CARE in India. She is the winner of TiECon Chennai Award for entrepreneurship in recognition of the contribution of Amelio to the working girls of Chennai.

Reena Winston, Basic Supervisor – Operations

Reena Winston is Basic Supervisor of Operations at Amelio. She is a Postgraduate in Training with greater than a half a decade of expertise in Early Childhood Training sector. She additionally comes with 12+ years of expertise in customer support operations. She enjoys working with youngsters and cherishes their milestone moments. She is an artist by ardour and loves good literature.

Vidhya Deepak, Head – Enterprise Excellence

Vidhya is an Progressive and results-driven entrepreneurial chief with over a decade of expertise. She has demonstrated the flexibility to create, affect and drive strategic company and product imaginative and prescient. She comes with hands-on expertise in Know-how Administration, Operations, HR and High quality. At Amelio, Vidhya is accountable for Know-how Options implementation, Human Sources Administration and High quality Operate.

Sathish Kumar Thiyagarajan, Head – Curriculum

Sathish Kumar Thiyagarajan heads the curriculum division at Amelio. He’s a postgraduate in philosophy from UPS, Italy, a doctoral analysis pupil in Social Ethics – Adamson College, Philippines and certified in faith and sociology. He’s an Training Evangelist with a decade of expertise within the schooling sector. At current his pursuits are ‘Early Childhood Training in India’, ‘First 1000 Days’, ‘Different Training’, ‘Philosophy for Kids’, ‘Constructive Training’, ‘RIE Parenting’, ‘MOOCs’ and ‘Startup Tradition’. Sathish is a visitor lecturer of philosophy at Movie Institutes and faculties and conducts ‘Philosophy for Kids, Faculties, & Communities (P4C)’ workshops in preschools, colleges & faculties.

Sai Chander, Head – Enterprise Improvement

Sai holds an MBA diploma in Advertising and marketing and a Bachelor’s diploma in laptop science. He comes over 13 years of expertise in Gross sales and Advertising and marketing together with his entrepreneurial publicity in removals trade. @ Amelio, He heads the enterprise improvement and advertising and marketing for all of the centres and likewise focuses on new company partnerships.

Sujatha, Head – Finance & Accounts

Sujatha is a seasoned Chartered Accountant having labored within the IT, Manufacturing and Healthcare industries over the previous 10 years. With a Diploma in IFRS from ACCA, she retains herself up to date of the most recent developments and is actively engaged in seminars carried out by ICAI.

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Dream about the end of the world?

Posted in Working Mothers on 6th May 2014

Dream about the end of the world?
I had a dream not too long ago that it was the end of the world. I dreamed about it because everyone was making a big deal about June 6th, 2006 or whatever. My dream wasn’t scary, though. The whole town was standing around this giant clock, waiting for 4pm, because that was when it was suppose to end. At 4, nothing happened, and everyone went back home. But then, my brother saw on TV that in other places of the world, where it was passed 4pm, big waves or a tsunami had hit and it was the end of the world there. My brother and I started to prepare. We called my mom at work, and she said she would finish up some work and be home. We called our dad’s house, and his girlfriend told me they were looking for batteries for a flashlight. I even rang my landlord’s doorbell and my landlady said,”I know! I might just take my pants and leave!”. My friend was on vacation, so I was watching over her bird, in addition to mine. Me and my brother stood on the kitchen chairs and I was holding the
bird cages over my head. That is pretty much where my dream ended. No one was really making a big deal out of it. It wasn’t scary. I figured being on the second floor and standing on a chair would protect me from the tsunami. What does this dream mean?!

Best answer(s):

Answer by Dru
This could mean a ton of things. It was probably just in your head though.

A lot of people have a different theory to how the world is going to end.

This is your brains way of telling you hey, its ok. And trying to make it funny.

Answer by ——- –
Unfortunately this dream has been through many of us and yes it is a wake up call but more so what is to come. There is nothing you can do about the inevitable but only be warned but many I have spoken to have been having more dreams such as this one.

Answer by ¸.•*´`*♥ I ♥ My Boys ♥*´`*•.¸
To see a clock in your dream, signifies the importance of time or that time is running out. You may be feeling some anxiety of not being on top of things. Your mind may be preoccupied with a deadline that you have to meet or some other time-sensitive issue. It is time for you to tread on and speed up your actions. Alternatively, clocks are representative of death, especially if the clock has stopped. This is a common theme for the terminally ill or the dying.

To dream that a clock is moving backwards, parallels the way that your life is going. Instead of moving forward and progressing toward your goals, you feel that you have not made any significant accomplishments. You feel you are stuck in a rut.

A clock seen in your dream may also symbolize the ticking of the human heart and thus is indicative of the emotional side of your life.

Answer by zephir
your dream is a reference to the tsunami that hit the people of southeast Asia, the one that kills a bunch of people and i don’t remember when that happened.

its just a really wild and surreal dream you had. nothing more. your brain just pieced together a storyline from random thoughts or memories floating about in your mind.

Answer by Matrix
Here you tell me you are “preparing” for the end of the world by packing things that are precious to you. Things that you can’t take with you into eternity. Why prepare this way? There is nothing you can take with you when you die.

You’re preparing this way because it is what you have been taught. Your church is teaching you incorrect doctrine – or you are not in a church and what you have learned through whatever channel you have learned it is incorrect. You need to prepare for the coming of Christ in a different way.

Even in preparing this way, you see people preparing poorly – which suggests to me that you see how poorly Christ is represented by the church. Your friend on vacation – if you’re listening to her, she doesn’t have a clue what is happening.

Watching t.v. – means you see that the time of the end is fast approaching, you see the signs that Christ spoke of.

Calling people – tells me that you’re talking to other people about God, or more specifically looking into different faiths.

Your father’s girlfriend looking for batteries to a flashlight – means she is looking for truth, he does not yet have it. The fact that she is searching for batteries tells me that she DOESN’T have the power of God in her life – to see clearly (as per what a flashlight gives you – light in the dark).

This is any church friendly to the Roman Catholic Church – for example, Anglican, because the minister in any Roman Catholic Church is called “father”.

Your mother at work – she is preoccupied with things of the world.

Your mother in this dream represents the “mother” church – which is considered the Roman Catholic church.

Your landlady taking ONLY pants – so for the end of the world she wouldn’t even be fully dressed? Hmmm… wow is she off.

The fact that she’s excited about it and tells you she’ll just leave suggests to me that she (or an authority figure) believes in the rapture…. landlady… it could be that the church you are in believes in the rapture, or the church you are in closest association with (if you are not in a church). The fact that this church is exposed as partially naked… seems to represent Revelations 3 here, where the angel that speaks to Laodicea says that you do not know that you are “naked”. The fact that this particular person is a landlady also suggests the belief that this person (church) is wealthy, that they wholely believe they are on the right path. A landlady also demands rent on time. This could speak to a church that is very interested (perhaps even TOO interested?) in tithes, or giving of any kind.

The fact that you figured you should be on higher ground suggests to me that you are on your way to knowing the truth. However, a chair can be unstable. So whatever you are being taught, is partial truth.

Your dream not too long ago about a date in particular has symbolism for the NUMBERS in it – 666. Much of the Christian world has a very harsh misperception of these numbers associated with Revelations. The fact that people were making a big deal of it in your dream makes total sense. The Christian world is scared of things like barcodes being encrypted into your forehead or hand, microchips being grafted into your body, and the likelihood of either of these things ACTUALLY happening is very minimal.

The timing … is either before, or past what people would be looking for on that day. 6 am, or 6 pm is what they should have been looking for – it tells me that the people surrounding you are confused about the times. Then the time goes by and they are disappointed… so instead of staying prepared, they go on with whatever, and don’t pay any more attention to what is really happening.

Your dream ends with you having caged birds over your head… this is your faith, that needs to be set free in order for you to live. A bird, in the time of trouble can fly to safety – but if it is caged, then in the time of trouble it can only be where it is, and is NOT safe.

Many people see the 10 commandments of the Bible as a “cage” – but it is not, it is the law of liberty. If you want to liberate your faith… you need to follow them. James 1:25-2:12 will demonstrate a little of what I mean.

The fact that your friends birdcage is over your head means you have the power to influence her faith, to liberate her as well. This could be more of a metaphor also – symbolism of freeing up others who do not know God (or whose beliefs are currently “on vacation”)

There are 5 ladies that you directly speak of in this dream – I find that rather than being specific people, this speaks more to the parable Jesus told about the 5 virgins that did not have oil.

I find it interesting that your brother seems to be the only male in this dream. He represents Christ here. The fact that you are preparing with him says to me that you are listening to the Holy Spirit.

What do you think this goofy dream means?

Posted in Toddlers on 2nd April 2014

What do you think this goofy dream means?
I dreamed that my boyfriend was at my house. We were sleeping and I woke up and found all these dirty diapers on the floor. Some of them were open. Then there was a blonde baby boy who was about 1, and he was running around the bedroom. Then all of a sudden my boyfriend looked like this guy that I work with and he was crying. He said, “You have hurt me so much.” Then I looked at the ceiling all all of these black birds were on the ceiling. I wondered how they got there. Then I noticed that my bedroom walls looked like mesh and there were all these holes. So I thought I need to call my landlord about that. Do you think there is any meaning to this dream at all? So here is reality. I haven’t hurt my boyfriend, since our relationship is new. We don’t have any children.

Best answer(s):

Answer by Sarah
Maybe it’s just a bad dream, or that is part of your future? Sorry. Not all of it will be your future. Maybe you might marry your bf or your co worker? And have a baby. IDK. haha

Answer by im
Peculiar. In your dream you’re living in a bird cage. The walls are perforated to let in air and light (“my bedroom walls looked like mesh and there were all these holes”), the floor is covered with, well, grit (“I woke up and found all these dirty diapers on the floor. Some of them were open.”), and there are other birds in the cage with you (“all of these black birds were on the ceiling”).

You’ve probably seen the film or the play “La Cage aux Folles”, about an aging drag queen, a drama queen really, and his lover. It isn’t much of a leap from the French “folles” (“birds”) to the English “fools”. In your dream you find yourself in the cage of fools, three of them, all boys. The first is a very young toddler (“a blonde baby boy who was about 1, and he was running around”), the second is your boyfriend, who changes as soon as you look at him into a whiny man from work (“all of a sudden my boyfriend looked like this guy that I work with and he was crying”). It wouldn’t surprise me to learn that you know a fourth whiny boy/man who actually said to you “You have hurt me so much.”

That’s because I’m reminded of the children’s nursery rhyme “Sing a song of sixpence / Pocket full of rye / Four and twenty blackbirds / Baked in a pie”. So perhaps there are twenty blackbirds (folles) above you, and four fools represented down below. That might also explain why the cage isn’t constructed with bars like most bird cages, but with perforated metal, suggesting both a ventilated pie tin and the ventilation holes in the top crust of a double-crusted pie. It would be too much to ask that one of these men is named “Merle” (Fr: blackbird), or maybe Haggard (a pun in some parts of the world).

“So I thought I need to call my landlord about that.” I’m sorry, that is *soooo* funny. You are really quite unflappable.