Principal's Message

Dear Parents, Teachers, students,

In this eventful life of ours, there is no end to worries and complications. Quite often we face and deal with difficult situations in life. At the same time, we also have energy and enthusiasm within us to tackle the obstacles of our lives. But, at some point of time while struggling with anxiety and depression we lose the patience and fill ourselves with negative thoughts sorrow and dejection, we must not let our spirits down and train our mind to see the good in everything. Positivity is the way of life. The happiness of our life depends on the quality of our thoughts. It is not how much we have but how much we enjoy decides how happy we are.

We all have our share of responsibilities, targets and goals in life. We should strive for success but it is not worth reaching success with a heavy bundle of worries along the way. Worries are natural, but how we deal with them is up to us. Instead, we ought to live the moment, learn to find happiness in everything we do and enjoy the gift of life.

Accept life with profound gratitude as it is. Don’t complain or criticize, enjoy life as it comes. Accept its ups and down, success and failures, tragedies and triumphs. Never forget to learn lessons so that we gain wisdom. There is too much beauty in life if we have the courage to look at it. Who would have ever thought we would be living in times such as these! Corona virus, Stay at home, protective masks and more have all become part of our daily life, our language, our new world!

In the midst of this “new world” our dependence and trust in God needs to be foundational for daily life. “The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Dear parents, I deeply cherish the revered bond we have formed with you over the years. Thank you for entrusting us with the future of your children to mould and sculpt their minds, enrich their souls and ignite the spark of life long learning in them.

May God continue to journey with us!

Sr. Geeta