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FOUNDING CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

“Om Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah Sarve Santu Nir-Aamayaah
Sarve Bhadraanni Pashyantu Maa Kashcid-Duhkha-Bhaag-Bhavet “

It is said that school is the second home to children. But for someone deeply involved in the process of promoting a school it becomes a first home. Our family has been instrumental in weaving the fabric of this institution and we have tried to do our best.

For years now, I have seen the school growing and developing. But it is not the buildings or the infrastructure that is the real growth of an institution. The real growth is what the students achieve during their years within the school and also what they make out from it once they go out into the real world.

I observe our students and see how they fare in their lives.

And it is not the immediate success that I am talking about but the overall attitude of our student towards his life both in success and failures.

Everyone is not cut out to be successful according to the benchmarks established by the society. But among these students there will be some who will set benchmarks of their own. They will achieve success in their own right. I respect that. In fact, that is the test of a good schooling where you learn to be yourself and still respect the society. As a result you have courage to move on the path that you believe in.

That is where our teachings and all that we do in the school are tested... all the time.

Well, I have great satisfaction in being a part of this mission. It is here that I remind the team NDPS to remain aware of the highest priority that is the child, the human being. His well-being is the core of our mission and it should not be lost amidst all the change and development.

I wish that the Team NDPS continues to be inspired by our core values and maintains the trust and affection that they have received as a legacy.

With best wishes

Mr Sudhakar S. Mendke
Vice-Chairperson
Tirthanjali Educational Society

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