MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN’S DESK
School Education is the foundation on which the entire life script of person is written. It is by far the most important ingredient for success and happiness. Parents always try to prospect the best available avenues for their children. The more discerning ones look for quality school education which may bring holistic development in their wards. The realization that our world is fast transforming into global village with myriad opportunities, is compelling farsighted parents to become more and more inclined towards modern concepts in ways of imparting education. Also, in the quest for the right school, one must not lose sight that in the 21st century, education essentially means developing minds which can create, innovate and apply knowledge and skills.
There is absolutely no second through that in today’s world, English medium education has become irrefutably the most important criteria for success in life. All the best jobs and vocations require a fairly good command over English. Also, it goes without saying that the foundation for good English communication skills are laid during the early stages of learning. Thus the choice of the right school for one’s child assumes significance.
To my mind a good school education system should be flexible enough to give every child the right opportunity to develop his or her potential to the fullest so that he or she grows into a responsible citizen to contribute meaningfully to the society. Moreover, emphasis should be on building character, resilience and leadership qualities. While this is the underlying philosophy of our institution, we pursue excellence with the following thoughts:
“The wisest mind has something yet to Learn” George Santayana.
In the same sprit we believe and practice continuous improvement in our thoughts, actions and systems to keep pace with the emerging trends (in terms of tools and techniques) in the field of education. One of the major off shoots of our belief in this philosophy is emphasis on continuous learning and development of our teachers.
Ultimately, our system of education aims to churn out truly global citizens of tomorrow who are fully equipped with all the basic life skills needed to survive, complete and excel in this ever-changing world.
Chairman, Vision Educational Trust
B.E. (BIT Mesra), M.S. (Engg., U.S.A)