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TThe basic objective of education is to mould the child into a true citizen, imbibing ethical and spiritual values of our heritage. Here education works as a purifying factor. There is a perfect co-relation between ethics and education. Quality of social life cannot merely be measured by its economic prosperity. A civilized society maintains certain soft potential values as signs of its qualitative entity. Actual strength of a society sustains on the ethical and moral values the people observe, rather than their financial empowerment. The roots of these values are in the traditional costumes and observances of the society. A family system solidly based on “Purushartha Dharma” is the unique trait of Hindu social life. But the foundations of such invaluable social structure are being shattered under the sorrowful influence of a commercialized academic curriculum. A holistic curriculum cannot abandon this pivotal aspect. The inner strength of the society is to be upheld. Hence we include naithik and adhyatmic sikshan in pancha mukhi padhathi. “Mathru Devo Bhava, Pithru Devo Bhava, Acharya Devo Bhava, Athidhi Devo Bhava, Rashtra Devo Bhava”- this is the basic principle upon which our ethical lessons are built up.



Our nation has a global mission of guiding and directing the world as she had done in ancient times. Our ancestors were adept enough to take up this universal mission.