Mission

  1. Motto

To grow in wisdom

Vision

To attain higher standards of excellence through exploration, innovation and adaptation.

Mission

To equip the students with necessary skills, knowledge and attitude that would help them shape their own destiny.

Aims and Objectives

The School prepares students for the All India Secondary and Senior Secondary Examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.

Its Aims are:

  1. To attain academic excellence.
  2. To develop love for learning and quest for  knowledge.
  3. To develop free thinking and a scientific bent of mind.
  4. To develop the potentialities of the individual to the fullest extent.
  5. To provide training in leadership.
  6. To inculcate dignity of labour.
  7. To develop an all-round personality.
  8. To make the individual a good citizen and a productive member of the society.
  9. To develop a true sense of fellowship, tolerance and fair play.
  10. To instill a sense of civic, social and moral responsibility.
  11. To develop a secular outlook.

 

Scholarships

The school awards Rs.21,000/- to the state toppers, Rs.10,000/- to the district toppers and Rs. 5000 to the school toppers in the Board Examination.
Scholarships are available for students scoring 90% and above in X Board Examination.

Beside this, following scholarships are also available for students:

1. Senior Secondary Level

     Rambir Singh Best Student Award which carries a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- is conferred on the b est scholar from economically weaker sections.

2. Secondary Level

     Usha Mathur Pratibha Samman Award of Rs. 5,000/-  for achieving excellence in Hindi Language.

3. Junior Level

     Arvinder Pal Makkar Best Student Award of Rs. 1,000/- is given to the best scholar in Junior Wing

Free Education

As in acedemics, the school excels in altruistic activities also. The school firmly believes that all eucational institutions entrusted with the task of moulding the citizens of tomorrow have  greater responsibilities towards alleviating the distress of the less priveleged.The wards of class IV employees of the schools are provided education free of cost.The school extends  free education, free books and uniform to  students hailing from the poor and marginalized sections of the society.