Transforming Learning, Transforming Lives
It gives me immense pleasure to be a part of a team that values the uniqueness and worth of each individual. At NKPS, one realizes that despite unrelenting pressure of work and exacting schedules, everyone manages to make time for thinking, reflecting and exploring the possibilities of providing holistic education to children.
A modern child, who has the access to the ultra modern gadgets, is well informed and much advanced than his predecessors. So to train him for the platform of modernity, it is incumbent upon three people with whom he shares his maximum valuable time. And they are – the teacher, the father and the mother. ‘This triangle indeed is the real role model for him’ – was the reply given by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, to a question raised by a child, during one of his visits to a school, in Tripura.
“Education is not mere accumulation of facts, it is preparation for life itself.”
For the reason, our children need to be armed with the power of distinguishing between the right and the wrong, with the ability to demarcate knowledge attained and the wisdom gained, through education. The dire need of the present times is to equip them to traverse the unexplored global terrain with ease, strengthened by values, ethics, confidence and above all, positivity.
We aim to prepare individuals who are confident, can make independent decisions and exhibit leadership qualities. It is our earnest endeavour to train students to be able to strike a harmonious balance between scientific and linguistic abilities resulting in top honours in the Board examinations. We should train them to inculcate strong values, ethics & above all positivity.
Well qualified, experienced teachers support pupil’s learning by providing personal and pastoral care. Our trained staff also gives guidance to students about most suitable courses in higher education and careers beyond it.
I believe that NKPS is an exceptional school that provides excellent teaching / learning opportunities and prepares students for the life ahead.
Yet there is a lot more to be done as learning is an ongoing process. There are new challenges before teachers and education managers. At NKPS, I would say that there is much more to be done.