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"What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the human soul"- Joseph Addison. True education is to transcend beyond the cordons of information and leading to the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth. Hence, to accomplish this goal, Educators set three different objectives for students, namely: •The cognitive domain, which involves knowledge, comprehension and critical thinking. •The psychomotor domain, which is the ability to physically manipulate tools / instruments. The focus is on development in behaviour and skills. •The affective domain, which describes the way people react emotionally and their sensitivity to others’ feelings. The first two domains are taken care of through the regular curriculum of the school, but the need of the hour is to develop greater compassion and understanding among young learners today. In other words, it is the effective domain that we need to stress upon in today’s rapidly growing society. Sensitivity is the ability to look at people’s problems as your own, having a heart that beats for the welfare of all. It is magnanimity of character, nobility of a soul, heartfelt compassion for humanity and the grace and humility to bow before the Almighty. Sensitivity, together with adherence to social norms, can bring about a positive change in the social fabric of our nation and propel us further on the path of progress. Advancement in technology has added a new dimension to the learning process by readily providing knowledge at your fingertips which is just a click away. The ICT system provides avenues for direct and closer interaction between parent, student and teacher. Assessment grades and report cards are immediately accessible to parents. The wide spectrum of sports and cultural facilities provide ample scope for identifying and developing each student’s skill and overall personality.
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