"The aim of this institution is to usher in a generation of human perfection with a strong moral character, a deep aesthetic sense, an astute political consciousness, a logical social awareness and above all sensitivity towards the others."
Honest thinking, open expression and a courageous stance on all issues is what Royal Public school aspires to achieve.
Royal Public School - Improving Lives through Education is a dream, a dream conceived out of the vast experience of training young minds to meet global challenges by the Founder of Royal Public School . Thus is born Royal Public , with the aim of providing holistic education to children who aspire for dream careers. Royal Public was established in Year 2000.
Mr. Vijay Shankar
Another year of consistent growth
At the outset, I wish all of you a very happy and prosperous New Year.
We, at RPS, have completed one more eventful year moving towards greater glory and achie
Elevation of RPS as the largest school in , the autonomous sector, with a total intake capacity of 350 students.
Exceptional status for RPS as the most preferred choice for admission among all the private self-financing schools in Adalhat.
We take this opportunity to rededicate ourselves to continue our expedition to scale still higher peaks during 2009.
Having been in the forefront of the secondary education sector in India for the last decade, and engaged in shaping the destiny of our younger generation, I think it is time for us to have a rethinking on the purpose and role of education in moulding the young individuals to create a brighter future for the humanity at large.
It seems to me that there is need for a radical realignment and redefining of the purpose of education in the emerging socio cultural scenario. Today the focus is simply on educating the individuals to equip them with a set of skills and aggregation of knowledge to meet the needs of economic activity in the market place. In the process of shaping individuals into components of economic production we are missing the deeper meaning and higher nobler purpose of education. What we give today in the name of education is restricted to a kind of conditioning of the individual, preparing him for the limited function of fulfilling the requirements of the market economy. This fragmented education is no longer sufficient to resolve the more crucial problems we are facing in the world.
Let us try to explore the unexplored human potential embracing it fully to give rise to immensely creative and transformative approaches to life’s challenges, which will in turn touch the heart of education – the creation of a happy life to all.
Mr. Vijay Shankar
Chairman, Royal Public School