From Principal's Desk


“Education commences at mothers knee, and every word spoken within the hearsay of the little children tends towards the formation of character.”

Education to me means wholesome molding and development of young dynamic personalities who would be humble in heart, confident in work, respectful towards values, and a mind to seek knowledge.

The School has built up a tradition which incorporates in its milieu all that are universally good in thought, word and deed. The secular and ethical values are cherished and an atmosphere prevails where every creed and faith is allowed to flourish. The students are educated in a way that permits them to grow up without inhibition and prejudice in any form.

Hidden in every child there is something special and admirable. We simply have to make what they are capable of, aware of their surroundings, aware of their capacity to do things with above all their talent potential and nurture them carefully and conscientiously.

Parents are the esteemed and integral part of the education without whom it would be simply impossible to groom the future of our students.

According to me institution is not just a magnificent and attractive building, but a temple where we come to fulfill our wishes. We aim at catering a caring, stimulating and challenging environment. We aim at education that nurtures the child in developing to a challenge accepting citizens. Almost every aspect of the school has been meticulously planned to create an ambience where young minds blossom under tender care and gentle guidance.

Here every child discovers his identity in a free environment. It helps in preparing them for the challenges that lie ahead, while being comfortable in an environment with curiosity. The school will be a unique opportunity to build and sustain a progressive value based curriculum that will deliver better learning outcomes for the children.

I on behalf of my colleagues and the board of Management of the KLE Society will be happy to welcome you to the surrounding of our school to educate your child. I would like to end with beautiful quote by Swami Vivekanand.

“Education is not the amount of information that is put into your brain and remains there, undigested, all your life. We must have life-building, man-making, character-building, assimilating fine ideas and making them your life and character, you have more education than any man who has got by heart a whole library.”

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