"Knowledge is power. Information is liberating.
Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family."
- Kofi Annan
Knowledge has many forms and it is available at many places. It is acquired through education, information, intelligence and experience. Knowledge, though closely linked to education, comes equally from learning skills such as those possessed by artists, craftsmen, philosophers and saints. It has always been the prime mover of prosperity and power. Additionally, we have a set culture of sharing it too.
MPS has always been a landmark of distinctive competencies. Since commencement, MPS has kept its name at the ace of education. The ability to create and maintain the knowledge infrastructure, to enhance skills and increase mental productivity have been the key factors of this institution.
Looking furthermore it gives me immense pleasure to see MPS joining hands with neighboring countries and sharing knowledge globally. I believe that the great minds of MPS have the ability to make others join their endeavour to convert dreams into reality.
All the good wishes to the students and staff for the success.
Distinct vision: New dream;
Clear reason, novel theme,
Through deserts of dreary ways,
And marshes of stifled gaze,
Across plains of stunted beams;
Trodden tracks and placid streams,
Towards the peak high and narrow;
We pave our path,
Together, Towards Tomorrow….
‘Together, Towards Tomorrow’is the vision that mps has envisaged for itself a vision that seems not impossible to accomplish, a vision so different, yet clear. The vision is of a changed classroom scenario in which the teaching learning process is no more the conventional ‘Talk and chalk method’, rather it is ‘ Learning by doing’ or ‘Experimental Learning’, method where learning is made interesting & enjoyable and not a burden; where teacher is a mentor and facilitator, not an instructor, where studies are not the only prime concern and where knowledge limits not itself to book but stretches its fences far beyond the horizon. It has been rightly remarked, “Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember involve me and I’ll understand”. Keeping this maxim in mind, we make an earnest endeavour to make learning a pleasure for the young scholars. Schools cannot limit their scope to mere teaching of abstractions such as algebra and grammar. They also need to instruct about health including diet and exercise. The whole issue of scholastic competition needs careful review. Presently, the space is so limited that only students with the highest grades are accepted. Let us expand our ability to enroll and prepare all qualified applicants. The whole object of education is … to develop the mind. The mind should be a thing that works.
Wishing all the new entrants a happy stay in mps !!