Principles & Objectives of Education

1) The school strives to help the students in order,

  • (i) To promote the individual talents and capabilities.
  • (ii) To gain knowledge and understanding.
  • (iii) To receive the time-tested legacy of past generations and to cultivate it.
  • (iv) To develop a sense for values in life.
  • (v) To lead a life out of conviction for humanity and humility and to conduct themselves in the world as a cultured bharatvasi.
  • (vi) To learn to be responsible for the society and the country.

2) The school respects its educational legitimacy and its responsibility for the scientific scrutiny of its own educational acts, for social openness and for special consideration of the weak and depraved parts of the society as well as co-operation of all with the educational process.

  • (i) Its characteristic and its part in the educational mission in the country is attained by the school in the way, that it educates with a comprehensive understanding of human being and the world in the light of Indian cultural tradition.
  • (ii) The school makes efforts to promote the belief in human welfare.
  • (iii) Out of cultural plurality, tradition of tolerance and intellectual freedom emerges and awakens in Indians a sense of responsibility and a feeling of being there for others. The school attempts to fulfill this mission.

(3) The school performs its duties with a common responsibility of all the participants. This needs correspondence of views of teachers, parents and the students in the recognition of the objectives and the basic principles of education and educational work as well as trustful co-operative action in the school.

(4) The school fulfils at the same time the obligations in the light of the aims and objectives as enshrined in the Preamble of the Constitution of India: viz. free-democratic republican conviction, sense of justice, observance of equality and promotion of brother and sisterhood amongst the people of India.

The school education shall aim at the cultivation of aesthetic-artistic sense of scholars and the school shall try to realize the cherished objectives of life: satyam, shivam and sundaram and thereby the education in the school shall be an effective means to integrate the students socially and culturally and to inculcate in them the awareness of their common history and tradition.

Reverence for the inscrutable law of universe, respect for life and dignity of human beings, pursuance of knowledge and understanding, cultivation of arts and music and preparation of students to be ever ready for social action, are the upper most objective of education in the school. The youth shall be educated in the spirit of humanity, of democracy and freedom, of tolerance and respect for the convictions of others, for accountability and maintenance of natural fundamentals of life, for love of the people and the country, promotion of the community of nations and peaceful conviction.

(5) The school provides a comprehensive moral and ethical education, which shapes as a principle the teaching and the development of the school life.

(6) The teaching of ethics occupies a central position. The participation of all students in all school forms is compulsory. The morning assembly, celebrations of festivals and the birthdays of great Indians and free group work deepen the ethical and moral education beyond the regular formal teaching.