Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi appointed New Editor of children magazine ‘Teach Primary’


New Delhi: After the successful performance in on-screen, Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi is kick staring her carrier off-screen as Editor of ‘Teach Primary’, an activity-based journal designed to enrich the knowledge of primary school children.
Primary Plus Media, a wide-ranging, in collaboration with ‘Teach Primary’ has appointed Bollywood actress Pooja Bedi as the editor for their recently launched magazine- Teach Primary (Indian Edition).
Pooja Bedi is well-known personality in the Media and Entertainment fraternity and author of Penguin bestseller 2000, ‘Timepass’ and ‘Born to die’, a star in popular films like ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander’, a television talk-show host, and host of several award-winning TV shows.

She conducts ‘Happy Soul workshops’ which amalgamate science with spirituality. The modules are tailored for school going teenagers, students heading abroad for higher education, corporate excellence, wellness and personal transformation for individuals of every age group.

On boarding a new member, Manbir Bedi, Group Editor, Teach Primary said, “Having a stellar academic and professional career and a strong feminine personality, Pooja Bedi will be the most valuable asset to Primary Plus Media. She will help us to promote the preparation of teaching and learning material and workshops. Being a strong resilient doting mother, she has an understanding of children’s education that will help us tap into the holistic and creative aspects of learning that emphasises learning over teaching which is why I welcome Pooja in her new avatar as the editor of Teach Primary, Primary Plus Media.”

Primary Plus Media Pvt. Ltd., in association with Pearson & Longman PTE, Singapore launched its first kids’ activity-based paper ‘Primary Plus’ in the year 2004, under the dynamic and far-sighted vision of Manbir Singh Bedi and leadership of Neetu Bedi. ‘Primary Plus’ aims at inculcating reading habit amongst the young impressionable minds. It has been long felt that the present-day newspapers, magazines, and periodicals, which we are flooded with, are basically for the adults. There is a dearth of reading material for children. Primary Plus effectively fills this gap by providing a constructive platform for our future torchbearers.

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