This vision statement emerges from the essence of two day deliberations on our theme "Emerging Changes and Challenges in education"
To work towards creating an educational system that respects diversity and promotes equity.
To devise an inclusive curriculum that develops the skills of students along with their academic excellence and innate talents.
To practise and foster values of sustainable development through the virtues of- reduce, reuse and recycle.
To respond to ones inner voice through conscious thought and action; and awaken the same among children.
To work towards the recreation of an education that combines the qualities of the head, hand and heart.
To introspect and question our practices and policies, learning from Indian and western thought to bring about reforms and to be open minded about systems of learning , thereby creating global citizens.
To engage and have regular interaction with members of the civil society and media through groups within the NPSC which will help in building effective communication and bridging the gap.
To be committed in the responsibility of nurturing a generation with values that respects the diversity and has the attributes of ethics , empathy, cooperation and social sensitivity
To end the superficial dichotomy between academics and sports and use sports as a medium to bring about inclusion and social harmony.
To create a code of conduct for children that enables educators to deal with situations of violence, aggression, denial and peer pressure in schools.
To allow for creative and constructive thinking to among children drawing from the rich Indian tradition and the resources of technology and media.