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Education

Purpose of Education

Rashtra Nirman Through Vyakti Nirman

Primary objective of education is development of complete personality towards nation building.

Education should transform individuals to a perfect and divine human being.

Education should prepare children for material prosperity and adhyatmik anand. In Bharatiya Sanskriti, the picture of “Paripurna” manav is depicted by Dharma – Artha – Kama – Moksha.

Education should develop these aspects:
• Our personality is made up of five Koshas (layers)
• Objective of education should be “development of all five aspects”
• Consistent and complete development can happen only through integral education
Panchamukhi Shikshana aims at Panchakoshatmak Vikaas through Integral education or in other words the development of different facets of personality through school education.

Our Philosophy

Education must aim at moulding the character, empowering the mind, and sharpening the intellect of the children. It is a prescription to prepare a child to walk confidently into the future on their own feet, post education from the portals of a school.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to be the centre of excellence in education developing leaders in all fields of human endeavor.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to empower the students to excel academically, imbibing in them ageless values and the spirit of patriotism in order to develop them into a holistic person with character, compassion, scientific temper and global outlook.

Our Objectives

Instill in the students the qualities of a true Bharateeya with a sense of nationality, integrity and honesty.

Preserve and promote the traditional education and social values inherited by us from our ancient and timeless national and scientific history.

To make learning meaningful and joyful while significantly enhancing the outward abilities of the student.

Our Education Streams

Formal Education
Non Formal Education

Panchamukhi Shikshana

Development of five koshas is categorized into following groups:

  • Physical & Sensory Development
  • Psychological Development
  • Emotional Development
  • Intellectual Development
  • Spiritual Development
  • Annamaya Kosha: It is the body which is nourished by food
  • Pranamaya Kosha: Movement of body happens because of prana energy. Five major systems are energized by five major prana shaktis
  • Manomaya Kosha: Five senses and its controller (Mind) consist of manomaya kosha. They are the primary interface to outside world. In fact the perception of world happens inside mind
  • Vijnanamaya Kosha: Memory, insights, concepts, knowledge, integral understanding, “Vivek” are part of Vijnanamaya kosh
  • Anandmaya Kosha: Reflection of pure consciousness. Love, compassion and Ananda are its constituents