Fravashi International Academy has been awarded as the 6th Best International Residential School in India and as the 2nd Best School in Maharashtra in 2014 by the Delhi-based 'C fore' who compiled the EW India School Rankings 2014 for the 'Education World'. The academic reputation, faculty competence, leadership quality, sports education and interaction with parents, educationists, Principals and teachers around the country were the key parameters measured to adjudge FIA amongst ten top ranking schools in India.
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification is the leading IT certification in the world. More than 1 million MOS exams are taken every year in over 140 countries.
MOS is yet another feather in FIA's cap and now enables the school to tap the full features and functionality of the Microsoft Office system, resulting in heightened levels of individual performance, confidence and differentiation. The MOS promotes success in the classroom for FIA students and instructors, builds individual distinction, and prepares the students for an increasingly competitive global workforce.
This word comes from Fra = forth, ahead, prime; and Vashi from root Vatri - Vereti = to choose; meaning "the prime choice." The prime congenital power in a human being to choose, to select very rightly, to attain the right goal through the right choice. Thus, right education only will help the 'being' to walk on the righteous path to become a real human being by the time the body completes its work together with the help of the mind.
'FRAVASHI', therefore, indicates that each individual human being has to go forth with the right education to achieve the right livelihood and in the end, to attain the right goal.
FIA is the only school in India where Children's Day on November 14 is celebrated as "Secularism Day". The conceptual thinking behind this celebration is of the school's Visionary Founder Mr. Ratan Luth. FIA believes that God is too big to fit into one religion. It is a unique and dynamic school to endorse respect for all religions and encourage young minds to have a quest for truth and knowledge.