From Principal's Desk

John Locke rightly said, at the time of birth a newborn’s mind is Tabula Rasa (the human mind as it is at birth with no ideas or thoughts in it), then with each passing moment his mind receives myriad of impressions-precious, trivial, evanescent and everlasting and these impressions shape his worldview. Here, education plays an important role; it helps an individual to distinguish between desirable and undesirable impressions, sharpens human intellect and develops critical faculties. A great quote from the Upanishads affirms, “A man without education is like a deer in human form grazing upon the meadows, with his only purpose to fill his stomach.” In today’s context, somehow a large population is educated but man is still striving and gra...

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