Principal’s Message

‘The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but moulds our life in harmony with existence’.  – Rabindranath Tagore

On behalf of the entire fraternity of Titiksha Public School, I warmly welcome you all to our official website. We firmly believe in Mark Twain’s views on schooling that schooling and education should be synonymous. Education means all round development of human potential, both visible and dormant, and personality – physical, mental, emotional, moral and spiritual. Education paves the path to knowledge and knowledge, jointly with the right attitude, leads to wisdom. In addition to equipping the students with knowledge, we firmly believe in providing global exposure to them as globalisation and internationalism is the core future of this generation. Titiksha Public School meets both these aspirations of current and prospective parents through traditional and state-of-art innovative approaches and methods of teaching and curriculum formation on national and international patterns.

The key essence of our success is not only the wide open spaces, building and the infrastructure, our sports complex, mom’s kitchen, library, digital classrooms, NCC, labs and national and international affiliations and accreditations but also because the motto that “we care”. We care for each one who enters our institution for we know and recognise the power of a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all of which embody “parental care”.

The programmes and policies at Titiksha find an echo in the philosophy of J. Krishnamurthy which considers the school as “a place where one learns about the totality, the wholeness and holisticism of life. Undoubtedly, academic excellence is indispensable, but a school includes much more in its curriculum. It is place where both the teacher and the student explore, not only the outer world, the world of knowledge, but also the inner world, their own thoughts, their own attitude to the world around them”. We, therefore, lay emphasis on ‘competency based holistic learning’.

With knowledge super highways dotting and defining the landscape and terrain of today’s education, an attitude of inquiry, research, innovation and questioning is the key to a student’s involvement in the learning process. Prof. J Bronowski, the author of ‘Ascent of Man’ very pertinently states,” It is important that students bring a certain irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it”.

As renowned social analyst and political giant, Sitaram Yechury says, ‘In education there is a golden triangle of quantity, quality and equity. You just can’t ignore one while strengthening the others’.

 

Neeraj Vohra