The dream began with the taking of an oath in 1979 the International Year Of The Child, to reach and educate maximum number of children as possible, Mrs. Shobha Tawde's (The founder of the R. L. Tawde Foundation Trust) farsighted vision and long years of dedicated work and perseverance has made that dream come true. She set up a mini playschool when the playschool concept was rare even in the developed cities. The beginning was with a handful of children and a dream. Now the dream has materialized into a well-established institution with an aim to educate our children using child oriented teaching. Every school has its own yardstick to gauge its accomplishments such as laurels earned by the academically inclined students and sports trophies won by the physically fit. Our accomplishment has been in educating children so that they may be able to think independently and constructively having discovered their true talents.
Our aim is not to just provide a good academic education but one that is value based. The world has become a very competitive place but our aim is not to prepare students to merely compete with others but to discover themselves first.
True to the Indian philosophy the more one knows about one self the better one can compete with others. We lay a substantial stress on the development of physical and mental skills, the enhancement of the power of concentration. Emphasis is laid on the building of strong characters to withstand the inevitable pressures of tomorrow's world. We have always aimed high and have achieved our goals without sparing any efforts. Our highly reputed institution has already instilled confidence in the parents community.
Moreover we are open to valuable suggestions from parents and experts through regular interaction with the faculty members, and strive to improve with an effective system of self-assessment. Our record spells out that for our mission the sky alone is the limit.
"To me the very essence of education is concentration of mind, not collection of facts, “SWAMIVIVEKANANDA”
'Education is caught is not taught.' Human beings are the greatest of the living creatures in the universe. Man is placed highest in all religions higher than the angels. Man alone can attain perfection. (According to the Jews &,Mohamadans after creating the angels & everything else god created man. Then asked the angel's to salute him, everyone did so except Iblis. so God cursed him &he Became Satan. Even the Hindu Devas found fulfillment after taking human birth.) Behind this allegory is the great truth that Being Born human is a boon. So take this life and live it to the fullest achieving your greatest potential, making your mark on the scope of life. In shaping our destinies we do need help from the out side. The person from whose soul such impulse comes is called a Guru, 'The true teacher has wonderful capabilities and his disciple should Be as wonderful a receiver.
|| आक्ष्चर्यो वक्ता कुशलोsस्य लब्धा ||
When both these are wonderful and extraordinary, there will Be a splendid working, yielding fruitful results. "Not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door" said poet Emily Dickinson, 'Without realizing we sometimes close our minds to a lot of options and refuse to look in directions where we cannot perceive things beyond our limited vision. 'Trapped in our rigidity, we often stay where we are not evolving, not growing. We must Believe more in ourselves and our dreams. We must understand that all is possible, if only we are receptive, if we keep our eyes and ears open and our spirits high. Most importantly, we mustn't shut out any possibilities.Mrs. Shobha Tawde