Message from our Chairman.
Over the years, people have said, that teaching is the noblest profession. Noble it definitely is, but has peoples notion remained the same, is questionable. The guru-shishya tradition has evolved over the years, but has it evolved for the good? The word noble means possessing eminence, elevation, dignity. And that is what teaching is all about. When we started off in 1989, we never looked at this as a money making venture. And we say this, not for the sake of saying, but because we truly believed in moulding students lives through quality education.
Like it's said, "Teaching is leaving a vestige of one's self in the development of another." The over exposure to materialistic culture has made our youth westernized thereby our moral values and culture takes a backseat. Every teacher has a different way of approaching the students and different way of dealing with situations and hence appeals to various students in different ways. Since students spend maximum time at school, they obviously are more influenced by their teachers and hence we have a bigger role to play than just teaching them mere texts. At Sungrace we understand that. We try making the student feel at ease and as well as draw a line so as to enforce morals and discipline. Our greatest reward is when a student comes back years later and tells us what he has achieved, when he remembers us in his happiness and success. That little credit we get is enough to make our chests swell with pride