From School Incharge Desk
“A good teacher is like a candle it consumes itself to light the way for others."
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Headmaster: Mr. Manmohan Singh
Our school being Middle is a combination of Lower ( Class 1-5 ) and upper primary ( Class 5-8 ) working under the Department of Education, Chandigarh. The medium of instruction is English One Nursery school is attached to this school . The School provided a favorable environment for learning and creating an identity of the child.
The school building itself acts as learning-aids as BALA stand for Building As Learning Aids
i) Well decorated class-rooms with Alphabets, Stories, Poems, Solar-System etc. painted on the walls.
ii) Iron grills of the fencing park have been converted into Alphabets numbers.
Mid-Day Meal Scheme
Mid Day Meal in schools has had a long history in India. In 1925, a Mid Day Meal Programme was introduced for disadvantaged children in Madras Municipal Corporation. By the mid 1980s three States viz. Gujarat, Kerala and Tamil Nadu and the UT of Pondicherry had universalized a cooked Mid Day Meal Programme with their own resources for children studying at the primary stage By 1990-91
Aims and Objectives:
Children of this school are generally from under-privileged strata of the society, thus the aim is to provide them the most congenial atmosphere with maximum emphasize on moral values along with the co-curricular and academic growth within the resources available. True education lies in serving others; oblige them without the least feeling of one-snappishness. The more mature you grow, the more you will realize this. That is true education which leads to freedom. According to Mahatma Gandhiji “Education means knowledge of letters”. It is merely an instrument and an instrument may be well used and abused. Education should impart morality and values that would create in the individual self respect and respect for others. Without a gentle contempt of education no man’s education is complete. Its purpose is to turn mirrors into windows. Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing. In this institute also education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance. I, as the administrative head would always try to be positive and enthusiastic in the day to day activities.