The ultimate goal of the educational system is to form in the individual the aspiration of pursuing his education. A good school is a place where the children are never taught, rather they are provided conditions in which they can learn and the desire to continue learning.
Our aim, at Pragati School is to teach children how to think and learn for themselves. The purpose of education is not to impart to children information about what other thinks or to restrict students into thinking alike in a preconceived standard norm of restricted performance.
We aim to build character with knowledge. We strive to help students push their boundaries and set new standards for themselves and help them achieve it. We seek to encourage each individual with a clear perspective of who s/he is and what s/he can be as s/he realizes his potentials. As I conclude let me quote Robert A Heinlein: “Do not handicap your children by making their lives easy.”
Dr. Parvez Khan