From Manager's Desk

I truly understand that schools are no longer institutions to direct students only towards academic excellence. We also have to play the pivotal role in character building and personality development.  We have to explore the possibilities in every individual child, hone their skills and make them capable in pursuit of worthy goals in the service of the Nation and Humanity. Here comes the role of Physical Education, Sports & Games and Co-curricular activities. These are no longer extra-curricular or entertainment program but an integral part of our curriculum for character formation. Most importantly besides making us physically fit, teaching team spirit and nurturing leadership skill these help us understand, accept and overcome failure.

The desire to achieve higher and higher in every field in this highly competitive world, makes life stressful for children and often they become victims of depression and emotional breakdown. We teachers in school and parents at home shall try consciously to instill the belief among our children that failure does not make us aware of our weaknesses but strengthens our will power, our ability to judge situations and overcome difficulties without losing confidence.

Profound regards
S. P. Agarwal
Manager, C. P. Group of Schools