Director, Physical Education
Mr Girish did his graduation (BA) from Yeshwant Mahavidyalay, Seloo, Wardha in 1991. Subsequently he completed B P Ed (Bachelor of Physical Education) from Ranibai Agnihotri Physical Education College, Wardha and then masters in Physical Education (M P Ed) in 1994. He also did post-graduation in Marathi literature and Sociology.
Between 1996 and 2002, Mr Girish was an approved lecturer in the Ranibai Agnihotri College of Physical Education, Wardha. During the same period he also acquired skills in Naturopathy and Yogic Science.
He joined the department of games and sports at MGIMS in August 2002. He received the best teacher award from the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik in 2008. Deeply interested in swimming and basketball, Mr Bhoware has helped 69 MGIMS students become colour-holders from the university; 24 of them have represented MUHS at the national level.
Mr Girish has a distinction of being one of the five sarpmitras (friends of snakes) in Wardha district- he acquired these skills from Mr Kailash Darole, Haffkine Institute, Mumbai. Over the years he has caught over 500 snakes – enduring 182 snake bites in this endeavour- and gave them a fresh lease of life by letting them escape in the forest. He also lectures in schools and colleges and dispels myths woven around snakes.
A member of Andha Shraddha Nirmulan Samitee, Wardha, Mr Bhoware also acted in a movie, The Journey of Samyak Buddha. He also played the role of the health minister in a documentary on Dr Sushila Nayar- Bapu Ki Beti.