We, at DPS, ONGC, Nazira persist with the mission of inculcating good values in our students, and aim to nurture intelligent and well-informed young men and women, driven by high personal standards and strong character. We see it as our duty to help the new generation build a strong and vibrant moral edifice, on which the fountain of knowledge can grow and glow forever with eternal flames of love and harmony.
Our children must personify those ideals, which have grown from the deep roots of our nation’s collective wisdom and generate, individually, the centrifugal force by which our country’s cherished principle of ‘Unity in Diversity’ may thrive.
The key is to instil in our students the quintessential ethics and ideals that build personal character and self-discipline. This will imbue in them the courage of their convictions and the capacity to make the ‘right choice’ in their lives, as well as the will to stand firmly by their decisions when pressured by external influences. Let us work collectively towards this, at home and at school.
Our systems for facilitating the pursuit of knowledge are child-centred. Since our inception, learning through understanding has been our primary focus and I assure you that the commitment and efforts of my teachers will continue unabated. With their customary dedication and unflagging zeal they will labour devotedly to mentor the children.
Children are the centre of all our activities - for parents and for the School. We share a common mission, helping our children to sculpt and shape perfect personalities and bright futures. We are committed to work in harmonious unison towards the fruition of this mission.
We feel that the School Almanac is not only an effective link between the School and the parents, nor is it a small booklet to take down the homework or circulars. In fact, our Almanac is a treasure house of information which the children can refer, to even by giving it a cursory glance. This time it has been our endeavour to encourage the school students to value the rich culture and heritage of Assam and portray its glory through art. It has been our sincere effort to apprise students about the diverse heritage that they have inherited. We hope that these drawings and information about our ancient medicine, architecture, textiles, cuisine etc. will invoke in our students a pride for their country and will encourage them to cherish being an Indian and preserve this rich and varied heritage.
Updated on: [September 10, 2016]