Learning the concept…Serving with love… achieving together.



Dedicated to a tradition of ever-changing world, it is our mission to provide a relevant, holistic education to achieve their full potential and become productive citizens in a safe and friendly environment to serve with love.



‘A Humanistic issue, towards an integrated self.’

Education serves as a catalyst in the perpetuation of culture, offering new alternatives and in bringing about social change. Education can best achieve the goals of self-realization.


To face these humanistic issues and to build the students into integrated beings, the home, the and the society assume a vital role. These compels forces have varied positive and negative influences on the student’s life and their progression towards an “Integrated Self”. It is for us as educationists, parents and responsible citizens to neutralize the detrimental influences of social factors and harmonize the impact of positive influences through education which in turn would contribute to the development of an integrated self.


Real Education means that human being is capable of being individualistic and at the same time contributes as a worth-while member of the society. We have arrived at a global point in where the creation of a new human being a new culture and a different kind of existence is the need of the hour. In the light of this expectation it is an inevitable fact that the home, the and the society at large are partners in education.


The child receives his conscience from his parents, teachers significant others in the family and the social circle and also from his environment. Their positive or negative influences contribute to an integrated self in conflict with oneself/others.



HOME Is a place where the child is initially socialized educated and best understood.


  • As vital unit of society the home background and upbringing reflect the child’s emotional, psychological, intellectual, and spiritual well-being.


  • The inter-personal relationships of parents, siblings and other members, and the nature of their interactions have a direct bearing on the child’s growth and development.


  • It is in and from the home that children observe, imitate and internalize acceptable values, sentiments and attitudes.


They derive the essence of love and affection mutual trust and faith. They develop regulated habits of hygiene, cultivation of descent manners and actions, commitment to work and contribute to their share of domestic responsibility.