Success is not achieved in a short time. It does not happen all of a sudden. It takes years of hard work, patience and discipline. The starting point of any achievement is a desire to succeed. Highly successful people have dreams. They set their goals which are specific and they have an ardent desire to reach their destination. Once the destination is defined, the path to reach it can be planned. The plan includes schedules, time management, discipline and persistence. Achievers are highly motivated. They set aside time every day for practice and training. They make sacrifices in order to accommodate the activities which help them to reach their goal. They invest their time in improving their skills.
However, many people give up half way. They get discouraged when they do not get the expected result in a short time. Keeping at it is what helps in attaining success. To attain a high level of proficiency in any area, there is the need to prioritize, to focus and to persist. Success depends upon the relentless pursuit of goals. Persistence plays a vital role in any effort to succeed.
At Vikas School we focus on developing in youngsters the ability to think critically and compassionately, to uphold moral values and principles that build character, to do nothing in half measures but to give their 100% to all they do - all valuable skills and characteristics in preparation for the complexities of a globalized world. We aim to provide a holistic education that nurtures intellect, fires the imagination and develops character. Our curricular and co-curricular activities are supported by a team of well qualified and dedicated teachers. The results of the school have been exceedingly impressive and students themselves marvel at their achievements in the various academic and co-curricular activities.
Vikas School is a child centric, warm and wonderful place to study, learn and grow in. We warmly welcome you to be a part of our family that is strongly based on values and is yet modern in its outlook. They should help their children to believe in themselves, rely on their own abilities to handle life. A sense of self worth can win many a battle for the young. Over the years, communication breakdown has been cited as the major cause of parent-teen conflicts. Keep the line of communication open. Your child should feel confident that he can share his longings, desires and ambitions with you without being put down.