Principal Speaks

Education aims at molding human beings in to more responsible citizens. Education must inculcate values in our students. We have to lay more stress on co-operation and much less on competition. The role of education an integrating and humanizing force has to be augmented. Moral values have to be made an integral part of curriculum development. The school has been maintaining excellent performance in academic and non academic areas for the last many years and is comparatively the very best in this place. Thanks to the dedicated and committed team of staff, sincere and hardworking students, co-operative and understanding parents and the unfettered support of the Chairman and members of the Managing Committee. I feel proud and privileged to be at the helm of affairs as the Principal and the head of such a wonderful institution. Einstein rightly said, “Science without spirituality is blind and spirituality without science is lame”.

Ours is a nation with an ancient culture, traditions and values, while we strive for high tech education, it should not be at the cost of our values. Our school should be the center of nourishing, developing and flourishing the human values.

The changes that the computer is bringing in our life styles cannot be undermined. Its obvious impact on all aspects of human activity has made its study a necessity both for teachers and students. Participative learning should be the call of the day where the teacher’s roll will be as a mature friend and facilitator who engages himself in experimentation along with the younger participants. The age of teacher-centred, textbook-centred and examination-centred education must gradually become student-centred so that the child’s critical faculty, originality, thinking power and creativity should be further developed. The need of the hour is to sensitize our teachers to Information Technology so that they cope with the universalisation of education and globalization of economy.

Both parents and teachers need to identify learning difficulties and individual differences. There must be an environment of love and security in their homes. In the school, teachers must appreciate and accept individual differences and guide children, how to tackle their learning difficulties. All do not learn the same way. All do not learn the same day. The time has come when learning to learn has become a necessity and life-long learning has become inevitable. Parents and teachers must know this. This is how we can prepare ourselves to face the challenges of the new millennium.

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam rightly said, “Spirituality must be integrated with education. We are all born with a divine fire in us. Our efforts should be to give wings to this fire and fill the world with the glow of its goodness”.

I am confident that the school will continue to be successful in its endeavours in the years to come. I wish all our Students and their Parents, Teachers, Chairman and all other Staff the very best of luck!


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