Even in this modern day and age, the words of great men like Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda inspire our vision, Modi Public School believes that education must ensure the 'all-round development of a child' and is 'the manifestation of the perfection already in man'. Therefore, our vision is to prepare the student not only to face examinations but also to face challenges of life with confidence. Our vision entails inculcating the qualities of love, patience and tolerance in our students. State of the art infrastructure complements our Indian value system, emphasised by our experienced and committed school faculty that promotes character building through the principles of Satya, Ahimsa, Charity, Self-restraint and kindness.
Impact education based on quality and excellence and evolve a curriculum for their physical, mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth. Serve as a powerful instrument for human resource development with transferable skills to meet emerging challenges. Help students learn the importance of peaceful coexistence, sportsmanship, mutual respect and cooperation, self esteem and other social attributes. Create a centre of spiritual and cultural moorings leading to the emergence of a generation of torch bearers of Indian culture and ethos.
To evolve a curriculum for physical, mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth aimed at the multi-faceted development of the younger generation. To provide an environment for students nurturing the qualities of leader ship, adventure, sportsmanship, team spirit, mutual co-operation, self esteem and other social attributes as a foundation for the future.
To create balanced human beings with humane qualities and the passion to be the change that they want to see in the world.
A highly qualified and committed team of teachers strives to maintain the highest traditions of excellence. In service training programmes and workshops, held on campus, keep them abreast with the latest trends in curriculum and methodology. They are encouraged to use their discretion to create an atmosphere best suited to the subject and task at hand.
We learn new things each day and that keep us going. It’s like teaching a new subject for the first time. You’re nervous and you may feel that you’re not as prepared as you’d like to be. However, as the months roll by, you discover things that you didn’t know about yourself and about the students you teach. That’s motivating! Also, each child has a story that needs to be heard. We must take time to hear those stories. We teach children, not subject - that is important to remember.