Dr. Susheela Singh

The fact that our educational system is inherently inadequate and impotent to fulfill the needs and aspiration for which it was established, is no more a secret. The school aims to impart a complete and high quality education in the true sense of the word, not only by the way of formidably high academic standards, but also by developing all faculties-intellectual, physical and spiritual. An ignited mind, intellectual curiosity, moral integrity, a strong sense of values, a disciplined life-style and feeling of comradeship among students will transcend social, communal, religious and provincial prejudices. Too much emphasis on the academic side of education has narrowed our vision to such a great extent, that for many of us, the term EDUCATION has now become synonymous with book learning. A child, who is the most wonderful creation of nature, is endowed with boundless energy and tremendous potentialities. He/she is the source material in the hands of society and education is the technique by which the society turns that source material into worthy citizens. Education is, thus, the magic touch which turns clay into gold.