Mrs. Samita Sinha
Humans are lifelong learners and assimilation of knowledge has been the key area of learning. Education has crossed over from the four walls of classroom to involving students in experimental and project based learning , placing significant emphasis on developing leadership skills and trying to make them self reliant, courageous and compassionate. Aristotle rightly said , ‘Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.’
The main goal of education is not just to get a new job but to become a good human being. We have to shift our focus from individualism to thinking in a broader context where society is benefitted at large. There should be a feeling of fraternity and appreciation for each other.
Leaders are visualized as people who are larger than life and are often glorified with large fan following. Today there is a need for leaders in every aspect of life, leaders who can influence others to do the right. Students are the pillars of tomorrow’s society. They need to be a part of change, must look for untapped avenues , put in their best and emerge successful. Education that begins at home is given a direction by the teachers but the ultimate responsibility lies with the student. We need to inculcate a global vision in our students and work on the 3C’s : Communicate - where we exchange ideas with one another, Cooperate - to build in team spirit and Collaborate – to join hands with others so that horizons are widened & goals are reached.
We remain indefatigable in our effort to bring about the overall development of every student and at the same time we try to resolve all complex issues harmoniously. We help children identify their goals precisely, chase them effectively and make them realize that failures and difficulties are part of the growth and learning graph. Students must strive for excellence which requires tremendous faith in one’s ability. A balance of discipline, hard work, dedication, perseverance and right commitment can make one reach heights. Rightly said by Karen Raven,
‘Only as high as I reach can I grow,
Only as far as I seek can I go.
Only as deep as I look can I see,
Only as much as I dream can I be.’
Parents, let us come together, be partners in this avenue of education and help our children realize their dreams and achieve physical, academic & human excellence.