Message From Director
Last modified on: Monday Sep 07, 2020
"A Director must create an environment where Teachers can teach and students can learn.”
Morality not necessarily religious in nature: The concept of "spiritual values" is often conjoined with "moral values" in a phrase such as "moral and spiritual values", as if the two concepts somehow necessarily go together (in one or more of a variety of ways I will discuss further on). But it is a mistake to think so, if by "spiritual" one means "religious" in some aspect. It is a mistake because it causes unnecessary suspicions about the moral values, moral character, and moral behaviour of other people along religious or denominational lines; and it is a mistake because it unnecessarily keeps moral education out of secular schools where it is mistakenly thought to be an intrusion of religion into those schools. Even when the phrase "moral and spiritual values" is not used, the conjunction of religion and ethics is still implied as in the common exhortations such as "We must bring God back into the schools and begin teaching moral values there again."
Schools plays the role for giving moral education to the generation after generation and nurture the pupils in a way so that the behaviour of citizen is well define and reflects the basic moral value which has been given to a child in his school life. Home environment with proper parenting is also responsible for moral development of a child.
Mr. Alok Agrawal (Director Chairman)