Shiv Rattan g 

Roots of the civilization lies deep into the education of the young ones. School caters to the needs of nurturing, shaping and moulding the young ones into dynamic youth who are able to take the reins of country's progress in such a manner that the welfare of society are the fruits of personal growth. Vaish Model School has been imparting knowledge while keeping pace with the cultural social milieu. Learning is a continuous process and we learn from everything around us. We feel that education is not just about the subjects that are learnt and taught in school, but as a lifelong process which becomes unbelievably interesting if only we wish to jump into the train of experience and take a trip to every conceivable place on Earth through the books, activities and experimentation to create a conductive, respectful and responsible environment in schools. Children are supported to become self-regulated social and considerate beings. Education system must ensure that it touches the life of each and every citizen and enhances student’s ability to work as active participant in the growing imperatives of the country along with creating a just and equitable society while shaping them into a successful youth. We aspire to create a system that is aligned with the aspirational goals of today's era, while remaining consistent with India's traditions and value systems.

Students must be taught the values of togetherness with mutual understanding while respecting the values of pluralism and peace. Development of their personality where they are able to act with judgement and personal responsibility. Shaping up the potentials of memory, reasoning, aesthetic sense, physical activities and communication skills. We strive for the holistic development of the students with creative potential in all its richness and complexity. Education with a vision where students not only develop their cognitive skills of literacy and numeracy, but higher-order skills of critical thinking and problem solving skills. Creating an environment where social and emotional skills are developed along with cultural awareness, empathy, perseverance, grit teamwork and leadership among others. Our students should become academically, socially and emotionally competent.

We must use the demographic dividend of the country to its fullest so it is necessary that children and youth in the country are equipped with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values as well as the employable skills that would enable them to contribute to India's social, economic and political transformation.


-Shiv Rattan Gupta