Aims Of the School
Our aim is the vigorous pursuit of excellence in studies, in games, in co-curricular activities and character building. It is our endeavor to bring up our students so that they achieve the three ingredients of a good life: learning, earning and yearning of the good, the true and the beautiful. To recognize and to encourage talent of all kinds and of all degrees, and to endeavor to stretch the intellectual and creative capacity of individuals. In so far it lies within the resources of the school, to illustrate the interrelationship of all human knowledge, to foster an appreciation of man’s creative skills, and to stimulate a conception of learning as a lifelong process. Blending Indian cultural values with modern educational techniques so as to impart a high standard of education.
Since it is impossible for a school to cover the whole realm of knowledge, to be vigorously selective In the material presented to children, but always to pay particular attention to: stimulating intellectual curiosity; Directing and exercising the emotions. Encouraging clear thinking and discrimination.
Developing an Interest
Developing an interest in the process and resources of learning and in learning how to learn. Developing an interest in the process and resources of learning and in learning how to learn. To enable children to acquire the tools and qualifications necessary earning their living and, when appropriate, for entry into skilled occupations and the professions. To seek, to measure the extent of an individual’s success in making maximum use to his endowments and opportunities. To develop, in the school, a caring community, exercising concern and respect for the welfare of the others, and emphasizing the overriding importance of good human relations, based upon sensitivity, tolerance and goodwill. To encourage an attitude of positive response to the persistent demands of a changing society, yet firmly upholding a belief in basic values and standards. To encourage children to appreciate the virtues of collaboration, to foster habits of responsibility and self discipline and to promote initiative, endeavor, and the exercise of individual judgment. To project the school as the servant of the community, and to accept its appropriate share of responsibility for equipping each child to find his own niche in his occupation and in society.
Education is not merely literacy
Education is not merely literacy or acquiring the three R’S, namely reading, writing and arithmetic. The scope and dimensions of education are for wider and not easy to encapsulate in words alone. Academic excellence, is of course, to be given top priority, but honing the skills, and tapping the talents of the child, inculcating socially desirable habits and values, developing the personality, and character building, so as to prepare the child to face the challenge of the future, and serve society as a worthy citizen of the nation, is equally the concern of the curriculum.In a nutshell, the aim of education is to develop the intellectual, physical, spiritual, moral and mental faculties of the child.
An awareness of the rich cultural heritage of our country and its glorious traditional values which form the rock basis of our lives is also essential. It is our endeavor to design a curriculum which provides opportunities to all students to grow their full potential, and besides excelling in academics, inculcate the above mentioned qualities. The residential public school system has a very special responsibility, because on us is incumbent the task of grooming the students in all spheres, and providing a home away from home.