Chairman Words

Education is a prime instrument of national purpose and that quality of education is inescapably involved in the quality of the nation. In any nation it is the youth that necessarily forms the vanguard in most spheres of activity and it is essential that at this critical juncture its power must be mobilized to strengthen our national unity and integrity. Nearly more than sixty percent of India’s population falls in the category of less than thirty-five years of age.

This is our national treasure which needs to be harnessed. The cadets of the school have brought laurels to the institution in all the spheres, which include Academics, Sports, Curricular activities and National / State services.

  • Be bold: Take risk in your career, in your personal life, in your geographical choices and in your travels, Fear is like a giant fog. It sits on your brain and blocks everything including a real feeling, true happiness and real joy. Be bold to lift it and enjoy the ride of your life. Yes, be bold and yourself dream the impossible.
  • Smile: LAUGH AND PLEASANT: In life don’t try too be clever but be pleasant. It is a profound occupational and personal advantage to be pleasant.
  • Have the courage to say “I don’t know”: Don’t guess. Don’t take. If you don’t have the answer, “say no”. Don’t mislead others. People will respect your honesty if you say “I don’t know; but I will find out”. This is sign of self assurance.
  • Live a balanced life: A rich life is a balanced life. Deviate a bit from career. Embraced change. Everything before thirty years of age is a preface. The world is open and full of opportunity and challenges. Remember what Sigmund Freud said: “To work, to love and to play well”.
  • Don’t be color blind: The world around you is rich, open, diverse, multi coloured, multi ethnic, textured, multi cultured and multi lingual: It is an enriching experience on a community for outage at injustice. Do it with dignity and honour.
  • Be a Cataist: Be confident. If you fight long enough and hard enough you too can make a difference on a community, an a neighbourhood and on a nation. You hold within yourself the capacity for outrage at injustice. Do it with dignity and honour.
  • Stay in touch with people who matter: Reflect upon the most important source of knowledge in your student days- your classmates. Though sharing one another’s sorrow, you find life tolerable. Through sharing one another’s joys you will enhance your life. Stay close to your friends here-whether or not fate smiles upon them.
  • Be helpful to people: Remember “We are all children of Mother India”. Find a cause you care about. Involve yourself. Start early in life. For me “Education” and “Literacy” are the top of my priorities. I am a firm believer in using education as an instrument for long-terms solution to eradicate poverty.
  • Don’t be loner: Life is too hard to be lived alone. Make time for your family. A family of your own will change the way you look at life, at your parents, at your grand parents but especially make sure you all your mother. Often they are the most loyal, loving and supportive people you will ever have in your life.
  • Be generous: Life is not about warming yourself by the fire. Life is about building a fire. And generally is the match. Consider yourself to be capable and loving. But to know yourself to be generous is the best of all “Generosity is its own Reward”. If you want happiness for an hour, take nap, but if you want happiness for lifetime be generous and help somebody.