School Principal Message

The More I learn, I realize how little I know.........

In this highly competitive world only they can survive who excel in whatever they do. Always aim at excellence. Seemingly unattainable goals yield before the person who reaches out to them, with determined and disciplined steps. The courage to do right and the will to succeed are the assets of a truly successful man. Hence dare to do right, fear to do wrong.
Educational institutions are the true seats of learning. The students who are really anxious to learn can develop healthy habits only in school. In school we are taught how to interact in society, how to behave with others and how to progress in life. It is our Endeavour at Kendriya Vidyalaya, not only to teach but to instill high moral values and principles, and encourage our children to develop their energies productively and on maturity; they will help to make the world a better and happier for all. I believe we plant in them the high ideals, so they can stand up to face the ugly face of communalism and castism, they can fight corruption and injustice and uphold the honor and integrity of their country.

We believe that education is not about mere imparting knowledge but more about opening children's mind and self expression. I have realized that with a little hard work, some attention from parents, guidance and a pat on the back from teachers makes the process of learning easier, acceptable and more enjoyable for the chilled. Thus the school endeavors to inculcate curiosity and promote learning.

In a nutshell, preparation for life is our main motive of teaching at Kendriya Vidyalaya. We prepare our boys and girls for the tasks and challenges of their lives as adults. It is our ideal to equip our students with the tools with which they can build a healthy and harmonious relationships and a fruitful future.

"Teach the child, if you can the wonder of books…. But also give them quite time to ponder…. The eternal mystery of birds in the sky, bees in the sun, and flowers on a green hillside."