Message From Principal
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All of us today realize that schooling does not nurture the entire potential of a child. A remarkable performance in school examination need not present a great success in life.
The question that arises here is, do we consider ourselves to be learning centers or examination centers?
Unfortunately in our system, every achievement is based on marks and this itself distorts the basic aim of education. If we balance knowledge and interest against percentage, the scale is tilted towards the latter. Private tution worsens the drudgery of the students. In this juggle between exam and results, we have forgotten the very 'Purpose of education'.
"Education is a way of living". It does not teach you only to read and write but to be a good human being.
We have a sincere responsibility of molding the future generation. In our rigid system of pencil-paper skills, less privileged, handicapped and students with learning disabilities have no place in the regular stream. They are left to special schools or to fend for themselves.
In Vadanta we believe in a holistic approach. Inclusive practice is a part of our policy. 'Inclusive Education ', means that all students in school, irrespective of their disabilities in any area, become part of the community. Inclusive means meeting the needs of the children with disabilities for a free and equal education in the least restrictive and most effective environment. Let us, teachers and parents, sensitize to make school into learning centers which will nurture all individuals who come into its fold.