Central Public School


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The President Speaks

Its a matter of great pride, a greater privilege and greatest responsibility to be the president of Central Public School. The aspiration to develop this school has been synonymous with the desire to be instrumental in the construction of an ideal society with the unique blend of tradition and modernity. Our children while they grow and learn the latest technologies as well as the most modern mechanism and functioning should always remember their own traditions and cultures and be proud of the values for which INDIA has always been distinguished and applauded. Moving in pace with the fast changing times an ideal society requires efficient technicians and scholars who can, not only build and reconstruct the social arena but can also prevent the erosion of values and culture; and, the school is a humble step towards the same objective. The aim, ambition and vision behind the upbringing of this school, is a community thriving with knowledge, flourishing in wisdom and blossoming in amity. Lets come together to equip every young individual with the power of quality education and strength of character.

Mrs. Chandra Singh

The Director Speaks

It is a great honour to be the director of a reputed school, but at the same time it is also a responsibility. It calls for a deep insight, a thorough understanding and a sincere devotion to meet the demands of the ever changing educational scenario of courses, syllabus, and examination systems. Education in every sense leads to a desirable change in the personality of individuals. Students have to be guided and trained to become independent professionals and responsible citizens of this world. Children who are today, weak in limbs, feeble in stature, innocent as well as ignorant of the ways of the world are going to be the reputed leaders, famous art maestros, intellectuals, sports personnels, medical practiconers, engineers, techno experts, social reformers and visionaries tomorrow. Keeping this optimism before us we have to practice our share of duty. So we have to come together for this noble cause of grooming young learners for the greater and nobler cause of serving the nation and the world.

Mr. Harish Singh

The Principal Speaks

The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who can not read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn

-Alvin Toffler

Central Public School is no longer a school on the fringes but rather an institution that is opening out new prospective, and I take immense pride to be part of it. Education in the broadest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual. It is a force that liberates an individual from the curse of illiteracy, ignorance and illusion. It is a force which inculcates in an individual a cosmopolitan outlook by suppressing age-old superstitions. True education takes on individual to such a height where he attains all the ethical, moral and human values like honesty, truthfulness, responsibility, patience, industriousness, good work habits and behavior, resourcefulness, gentleness, carefulness, empathy, fellow-feeling, etc.

The first education is to know our real spiritual purpose, to know that we are souls in bodies. What we call education today is largely a development of the intellect, not the heart. Ancient vedic systems of education developed the heart and the mind in its totality with its understanding. Well, development of the mind can be possible through classroom teaching and it is so nicely being done that there is no doubt about that. What we lack today is the development of the heart and consequently there is a feeling of insecurity, alienation and social unrest. In my opinion, education to the heart can be imparted through sharing together, suffering together, praying together and working together. The human values like empathy, honesty, truthfulness, responsibility, good work habits and behavior, gentleness, etc. can be inculcated not by teaching only but by setting ourselves as the examples before them. We must remember that any education is incomplete without incorporating ethical and moral values. Finally, loe, affection, dedication and commitment can bring a tremendous change by abridging the gap between the teacher and the taught.

Mr. Gowrab Banerjee




The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who can not read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn.