Our philosophy of education has always been meeting the needs of the individual child. Children acquire skills and knowledge easily if we can make the surrounding stimulating and purposeful. In the 21st century, the Digital Revolution affects us all. Quite simply, it is changing everything: a brilliant barrage of information, entertainment, companionship and education is speedily available.principal, Mrs. Swati Mishra
In such a surrounding when work and effort is valued, the child's self -esteem is heightened, and from this results self-motivation. We try to understand and work with each child, and we firmly believe that it is our responsibility to enable the child in our care to develop as a whole.
We all are concerned with children as they have lives beyond the classroom, and we cannot meet their needs if we show no concern for their activities outside school. We are the first institute in Eastern India to have started the concept of individual monitoring and counseling for the weaker students through 'Mentorship' which involves direct contact with the parents of such children by specially appointed mentor-teachers who analyze and devise ways to upgrade the back benchers.