In the month of April 1963 Sant Nischal Singh Ji Maharaj inspired and motivated Gur Bux Singh and his brothers to donate the family property for nobel cause of establishing GURU NANAK SCHOOL at RANCHI in memory of their father Late S. Kartar Singh [Waddi Gaddi Wale] 1st President of Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Ranchi.The foundation stone of Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School was laid by Sant Nischal Singh Ji on 13th Feb. 1965 and its first academic session started in the year 1968 in its own premises.

This school has shown steady and phenomenal progress in imparting quality education to the students ever since it was upgraded from Primary to Senior Secondary level. More stress is laid on training the children with the modern concept of education to meet the demands posed by the contemporary hi-tech world. It also aims to trace and bring out the latent talents of the children mentally, physically and morally.
An exclusive Pre-Primary Section with the latest techniques, based on Play Way methods is another asset for the strong ness of foundation. A zest to learn and learn with pleasure are the very basics of our Pre-Primary Section. It is richly equipped with the best of facilities - a colorful Activity Room with scientific apparatus and toys, aquarium, mini library, Kid's Wonderland with varieties of swings, sandpit, creative art and craft, clay-modeling, music and dance, picnics and nature-study, educational trips, festival and birthday celebrations, story-telling, regular health check-up, value and theme based programme providing a pleasant and healthy environment for the little ones. The latest audio-visual aid has also been installed - the largest size LCD with a home theatre system. Full care of the tiny-tots is taken with the help of friendly, patient and experienced teachers.

 
     

 

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee presented National Awards to meritorious teachers from across the country at a function held at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi today (September 5, 2016) on the occasion of Teachers’ Day. 

On the occasion, the President congratulated the distinguished teachers who had been bestowed with the prestigious National Teachers Awards for their excellence and performance and the manner in which they had instilled skills in their students and made them ready to face the challenges of life. He conveyed his ‘Guru Pranam’ to all teachers on Teachers’ Day. 

The President said that the Teachers’ Day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was a great scholar and educationist. Quoting Dr. Radhakrishnan he said, “You cannot make or build the nation by just bricks; you have to establish the minds of young people and then alone can the nation building take place”. 


The President said that the Guru-Shishya parampara is integral to our ancient civilization. In ancient days, the Guru's parting advice to students was that they should be truthful, virtuous and not deviate from their conviction. He said that as Visitor to institutions of higher learning, he had repeatedly stressed on the need to focus on improving the quality of education. He said that unless we build a knowledge society we cannot find our rightful place in the comity of nations. 


The President said that if the foundation is not strong, the structure built on it cannot be strong. Teachers thus have a crucial social responsibility during the formative years of the children. In ancient India, for a long period of time, India was a leading centre of higher education and ancient Universities like Nalanda, Taxila etc used to attract mighty minds. This position needs to be revived. 

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