Inspired by the golden saying of Aristotle, Mr. Mukesh Thakwani, the Dean and Director of DPS International were urged to adorn the children of West Africa with the aura of education. Thereupon, he conceived the dream child –DPS International and launched it in August 2010.
That was the beginning of a new life for the children of DPSI A life dedicated to learning through futuristic methods that opened wide the doors of possibility in all spheres.
Mr. Mukesh Thakwani has been a guiding force behind the reputation par excellence of this great educational institution. When Mr. Thakwani’s whopping and phenomenal achievements as one of the leading entrepreneurs in Africa are known to everyone, it is easy to understand why this school, spearheaded by someone like him, is considered one of the top schools of Tema and Accra in Ghana.
Maintaining “Service Before Self” as the motto of the school, Mr. Mukesh Thakwani has literally transformed the solitary vastness of eight acres of land into a bustling paradise of education at Community 25 in Tema.
Mr. Mukesh Thakwani is not only a successful entrepreneur but also a polymath who has a deep insight into the realm of education. His sole aim is to impart quality education –the hallmark of DPS International. The best leadership qualities of Mr. Thakwani are his communication and teamwork skills.
Throughout his career he has always worked hard to build relationships, especially with his employees.
Mr. Mukesh is the true educationist who perseveres to build the capacities of the spirit of inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial and moral leadership among students and has become their role model. “His focus is on making DPSI carve a niche for itself on the map of West Africa. Having single-minded devotion to his goal, there is no doubt that his dreams will be transcended beyond everyone’s expectations.
Mr. Thakwani strongly believes that if the mind is intensely eager, everything can be accomplished.
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