Monday, October 15, 2012

The Best Education Place for a Child

Mukand Lal Public School is situated at Sarojini Colony in Yamuna Nagar, Haryana. It was founded by the Seth family in January 1998 in memory of Mr. Seth Mukand Lal, to perpetuate and kindle the Mukandian philosophy of love and service in its students. Seth Mukand Lal, a strict follower of Mahatma Gandhi, practised the Gandhian philosophy all through his life. At Mukand Lal Public School the objective is to build students who will be life long learners, who observe their surroundings, investigate through exploration, question what they observe, reason and finally come to a conclusion rationally.
These faculties are built through story telling, visual impact, the creative use of CDs, flash cards, Video films, IT and field visits. Project based work and group discussions make classrooms the hub of activities. A hands on approach to math, science and social studies is coupled with an equal emphasis on languages for a balanced approach to learning. A day in school begins with a prayer where the National Anthem is an integral part of the morning assembly followed by the thought for the day, news headlines, interesting facts, and the recitation of poems after which the normal classes begin.
The School enrolls students from Pre-Nursery to the 10 + 2 stage. The curriculum is designed to develop the rational and analytical faculties of these young children. The school offers Art, Music, Dance, Sports and various co - curricular activities, of which Physical Education and Games are an integral part. The school believes that learning should be stress- free and full of pleasure. Various clubs have been formed with a view to facilitate the students. There are a host of weekly inter-house activities which has led to an increase in student participation.
The activities in Classes I, II and III, are designed to sharpen creativity, curiosity, competence, analytical and problem solving skills, communication skills and self-expression in the child. The students choose between Sanskrit Punjabi as their third Indian language from Classes IV, to VIII. The other subjects taught include English, Math, Hindi, and General Science, Social Sciences, Computers and Environmental education. The students of classes IX and X have to study the following subjects: English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Science and Information Technology for the All India Secondary School Exam conducted by the CBSE. The library is well rich with a number of reference books and the reading in Library also forms an integral part of the curriculum of all the students.