Dear Parent / Guardian,
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. To develop Intelligence plus character that is the goal of true education. -- Martin Luther King Jr
Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a future job but a lifelong process which creates an understanding of moral and ethical values to guide one's life and make our students the future hope of the country. Modern education is all about helping the child to realize and explore his potentialities and latent talents. The first thing I’d like you to know about Akash international School is that we give our students permission to dream big things. Our Mission is to have a happy school and happy students. We believe in cultivating intelligence and talent. Rather than being fixed and finite, intelligence and talent will expand and grow, given the right encouragement. So we aim to keep students’ dreams and aspirations alive so that their happiness is not curbed.
Today, children in India are growing in a more challenging and demanding environment. The rate of change in every sphere is rapid with the enhanced knowledge exchange and technology development, the world is going flatter.
Globalization demands a new dimension to our approach to education. We, thus have to recognize the need for a globally relevant education. Such an education would mean imparting skills that would develop mental agility in individuals to confidently interact and work in diverse environs or situations. The school curriculum is oriented such that students embody self confidence and ‘out of the box’ thought process. In all our endeavors, the focus is to strengthen competencies needed to be autonomous, lifelong learners. We make concerted efforts for a holistic development of the students who enter the school portals. A wide range of multi-dimensional activities are organized which go a long way in propelling a self-belief, confidence in decision making and problem solving along with chiseling of soft skill.
My very competent team of teachers strives to focus on each and every child, monitor and mentor them, appreciate their achievement and encourage them to overcome their shortcomings. I urge all the teachers to create appropriate, meaningful and participative learning situations, inculcating life skills in the impressionable children and appreciating their smallest efforts with all generosity and broadness of vision.
And as the cliché goes, last but not the least, I expect all my young AKASHIANS to focus on their cherished goals and strive hard to accomplish them transcending mediocrity and procrastination.