From the desk of the Principal-
At Rudra Public School,Singrauli, we believe that learning should be joyful. Remember, knowledge is infinite and joy is there where there is spontaneity and self initiative. Alexander Pope has rightly said, “All value of education rests in respect for the physical, intellectual and moral will of the child and if education is always to be conceived along the same antiquated lines of mere transmission of knowledge, there is little to be hoped from it in bettering of man’s future.” For what is the use of transmitting knowledge if the individual’s total development lags behind.
So we, at Rudra Public School,Singrauli, with calibrated efforts, inculcate much needed values and enhance academic acumen along with opportunities for personality development through various sports and co-curricular activities.
We strive to sculpt such an environment in which the students from various cultural and social background feel secure and equally lived. The school endeavours to provide such ambience which develops in the student not only a quest for knowledge but also proficiency in communication skills and love for analytical thinking. In the process, the school has the distinction of achieving many a national and international milestones. We keep our approach pragmatic and strive to explore the reaches of modern teaching without sacrificing fundamental values.
We also try to kindle camaraderie, compassion and courage in our students. Various celebrations and awareness drives accelerate and accentuate self learning. Keeping in line with ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan’, the school has instilled ‘cleanliness’ as a habit among the dipsitesresulting in recognition of school as the cleanest school in Singrauli district. Regularity and punctuality are the crux of one’s life so through ‘Daily schedule proforma’, we strive to amalgamate these qualities in the personality of our students.
The goal of the school is to conceptualise ‘Quality Education’. The school nurtures the individual imparting much beyond the curriculum, by firing the imagination and watching the child bloom as a special creation of the global society well stated in our vision.
‘Start planting trees, stop using polybags’.
Bipin Kumar Pandey