Our responsibility has never been constricted to prepare students for college, but rather to provide an experience which goes far beyond college requirements, addressing important personal aspects of growth and maturity. Through the years the means of achieving our aims have changed, yet Divyapath Campus and its particular balance of tradition and innovation continue to provide exceptional opportunities to deserving students from diverse social, geographic and ethnic backgrounds.
Our persistent commitment to each student’s intellectual, moral and physical growth and to the considerable resources of faculty, facility and locale creates a school which is larger than the sum of its parts.
Objectives of Divyapath Campus
The main aim of the Divyapath Campus is to impart quality education that helps in the all round development of the children. Through well-balanced, activity based curriculum, it strives:
- To encourage students to bring out their innate potentials.
- To help the students to learn to think creatively, critically and rationally so that they can solve problems independently.
- To help students visualizing, setting goals for themselves and to work hard achieving them.
- To inculcate values like spirit of humanity, co-operation, politeness, patience and tolerance.
- To infuse in students with self-disciplined, confidence, patience, motivation, curiosity and self-reliance.
- To help them understand the use of acquired knowledge, skills and attitude in real life.
- To become worthy members of the society with sound character.
- To make them aware of their responsibilities towards their environment.
- To inculcate the rich values of Indian culture in the students.
- To make the students rational so that they can determine goals, comprehend opportunities and face challenges of the competitive world.
- To expose our students to the latest technologies like computers that help them compete in this fast paced world.
- The most important objective is to make the students realise their responsibilities and rights so that they can be instrumental in the development of the society.