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From Principal's Desk




Dr. Jaya Parekh
Principal
Ram Ratna International School

Dear Reader,

"A child teaches itself. But you can help it to go forward in its own way. What you can do, is not of the positive nature, but of the negative. You can take away the obstacles, but knowledge comes out of its own nature. Loosen the soil a little, so that it may come out easily. Put a hedge round it; see that it is not killed by anything, and there your work stops. You cannot do anything else. The rest is manifestation from within its own nature." Swami Vivekanand
Strongly believing in the above thought, we endeavor to provide all the necessary inputs for the manifestation of intelligence already present in the students. We aspire to empower them with deep roots in our Indian culture and strong wings to take on the world with confidence.
We nurture and empower our students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive, responsible members of an ever-changing global society. They are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence in a holistic, student-centered environment.
Progressing year after year, RRIS continues to march forward in the true spirit of ability driven education while sensitising its students to the needs of the community besides inculcating values like integrity, fortitude and acceptance of individual differences with firm rooting in Indian values. The likelihood of achieving this is strengthened by the fact that we offer an academic program that facilitates an all- round development of the human personality in all its dimensions-intellectual, physical, social, moral and spiritual.
The school remains indebted to the unstinted cooperation between the parent and the school staff. Such a bond is indispensable if the school aims to go beyond simply churning out success stories in examinations.
As it is said "Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire!", we look forward to lighting the fire in our children that leads them on to wisdom and truth for the greater good of humankind and to be the torchbearers for others.