Chairman’s Message

Chairman’s Message

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and critically.
Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
– Martin Luther King

This remarkable adage evokes the eternal spirit of Gyan Mandir Public School. Our school has become a beacon of core values enriching the world of education and its trajectory of growth has been phenomenal.

I consider myself privileged to take on the mantle of Chairman of this institution and walk in the footsteps of its past illustrious chairman Mr. Deepak Khosla.

Gyan Mandir Public School has honed and fine-tuned a learning and life-skilling system that has been envied and benchmarked across India and the region for many decades. It is committed to nurturing and grooming human beings into responsible citizens and future leaders. We spearhead the cause of progressive education that inculcates modern values with cultural rootedness. We strive to augment the physical, intellectual, social, moral, and emotional development of children and foster a positive, empathetic, and compassionate outlook.

Gyan Mandir Public School is prepared to meet the transformation required in the National Education Policy 202, which outlines the vision of India’s new education pattern, At the same time, we have been successfully meeting the challenges posed by the changing paradigms on account of the pandemic.

I know that we cannot rest on our laurels. We are gearing up to meet the demands of the new norm while raising our benchmark of progress. We are committed to preparing the next generation to thrive and compete in the new digital and hybrid age. Thus, there is much emphasis upon multidisciplinary methodology, digital literacy, written communication, problem-solving, logical reasoning, and vocational exposure.

In addition to academic excellence, our purpose is to inculcate humanitarian values, wisdom, compassion, courage and reliability in students. Gyan Mandir Public School fosters holistic education that addresses the body, mind and soul as our students are exposed to varied experiences with emphasis on sports, art, dance, craft, theatre, oration, quizzing and much more to appeal to their individualistic needs. Further, we are sensitive to the needs of the differently- abled along with students from diverse cultures and faiths. I believe tolerance, accommodation and adaptation are much-needed values in the present times. Both culture and technology need to be integral to education so that our students have both roots and wings to emerge as leaders of tomorrow for India and the world in general. Equipping our students as true citizens of the world will ensure a better tomorrow.

My best wishes to all stakeholders who have given this institution its unique character and standards of excellence. May we all be the change we wish to see in the world !

Prashant Khosla
Chairman