10+2, Co-ed, Fully Residential School, Affiliated to CBSE, Delhi, Affl. No. 230048

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"A school building is surrounded by four walls with the future inside" It's a social institution that reflects the standard of the society. Therefore, good schools are a need for a good society to recognize and utilise its hidden talents for the fullest possible upliftment and progress. A school plays a greater role in changing the society and its people in the field of academics, social, economic, mental, moral and physical development. As the Secretary of Kaziranga English Academy my primary focus is students learning. The entire students must be prepared to be successful in 21st century careers. Students must know how to think, to solve problem, to innovate and to collaborate. There is no single pathway to that end, but whatever paths our students choose must be steeped with effort, dedication, relevance and relationships. In all their courses students must be challenged beyond their comfort zones and encourage them to think creatively and critically. Our philosophy of education has always been meeting the needs of the individual child. Children acquire skills and knowledge easily if we can make the surrounding stimulating and purposeful. In 21st century the digital revolution has affected us all. In such a surrounding when work and efforts is valued, the child's self esteem is highlighted and from this results self motivation. We try to understand and work with each child and we firmly believe that it is our responsibility to enable the child in our care to develop a whole individual. If innovation and novel ideas are key to a bright future, then we can surely remain assured of our place under the pedagogic sun. We put forward a distinctive blend of offerings in the areas of knowledge and enterprise in form of encouraging students for debates, quizes and cultural and extracurricular activities under the careful guidance of our teachers.
"Inspirations" is our school magazine through which the students can express their literary and artistic talents, achievements of students in every field is highlighted through this school magazine. We believe that the writing potential exists in all, but it is urge to write that a few possesses. It has been our constant endeavour to stir this urge by getting children and teachers to write about the things that they feel, see and do. We are proud of the small group of student-representatives here. We hope that this head start will help them develop and achieve excellence. I congratulate the editorial board for their tireless effort in bringing out this publication.
Lastly I would like to jot down that individually and collectively let's work to serve the cause of education, for the betterment of coming generation so that they live in a world where "knowledge is free and head is held high". Let our boys and girls grow as a world class citizen -a generation of eminent writers and wise planner contributing to a better world. Let us establish our school in our hearts and in our mind and let us make it a world class school which we can be proud of. That is exactly what I wish and dream for the institution.


 Tanmoy Modak
 Secretary, KEA Society