Our Brief History / Profile
While concentrating on the educational development of the people of Orissa, the missionaries also put special emphasis on female education, for the upliftment of the status of women. O’Malley, has correctly observed that “Female education in the first half of nineteenth century was the child of no one but the missionaries”. The missionaries established some lower primary, upper primary and middle vernacular schools for girls.
Our Prime Facilities
Madam Curie, Sister Nibedita, Victoria, Jhansi Rani, Mother Teresa..
The School has a well-furnished Library, comprising of books..
The school provides Hi-tech Methodologies of Teaching..
The school has a well-equipped science Laboratory..
The school has the provision for imparting training on computer..
The school has equipped with modern teaching aid i.e. audio visual..
Aims and Objectives
“Fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom.” “Domini Timor Prima Sapientia.” This Biblical verse (Psalm 111:10) remains our guiding principle. (Here, fear stands for reverential awe of God, a reverence for His power and glory. In other words, it is a total acknowledgement of all that God is, which comes through knowing Him and all His attributes). We firmly believe that God is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. He is the source of all knowledge.
News & Notices
Recognition Status of the School
This school has got permanent recognition from the Eastern Regional Committee of the National Council for Teacher Education to carry on the course of “Certified Teachers’ Training Course in the academic session 2001-2002. After the establishment of the NCTE, 1993,this institution went through the statutory provisions of NCTE Act and the application for recognition was made in 1996.
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