Objectives

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
Dr. John C. Maxwell 

Ideal education should impart knowledge, shape the character and mold the personality of the child. It should assist him in imbibing and assimilating the social, moral, ethical and spiritual values for efficiency and excellence. The true mark of excellence is the harmony of thought, will, and action. The aim of education is to make the outward and the inward man one only then is a man at peace with himself. Education should lead to a sense of appreciation and observation of social obligations.

These aims of education can be achieved only through training in perseverance and determination for success. “ What one learns with pleasure never forgets.”

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