Believe in yourself and the world will be at your feet - Swami Vivekananda

Message from C N S RAGHAVAN, Principal, AECS-3, Rawatbhata


In today’s knowledge society, education lays the foundation for the success of the individual, contributing thereby to the development and prosperity of the nation. Knowledge is power in the modern knowledge-based society. But we have to examine the word ‘knowledge’ and understand the word in its truest sense. It is not just a compilation of information or the regurgitation of facts. Knowledge involves sifting through the dreary sands of information, applying one’s mind and developing one’s perceptual abilities. This alone can lead to insights and truly original work of relevance to the society, the nation and humanity at large.

However, the lifestyle today has become very hectic as seen from the frenetic pace of life. It is also very important for us to ensure that the child grows up to be an emotionally healthy, happy and balanced individual who will radiate peace and harmony in every milieu in which he interacts with others—be it on the professional or personal fronts.

We also need individuals who have a certain philosophical and meditative depth about them and bring the much needed sanity in our public space, which is very often marked by rhetoric, bombast and shallowness. Increasingly(and rightly so), in the modern world we find that there is a greater emphasis on emotional quotient, especially in the corporate world.

Let us recall the words of the great poet T S Eliot, who said,
“Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
Where is the knowledge which we have lost in information?”

T S Eliot was not just a great poet. He prophetically presaged the Information Age which opens up fantastic opportunities while at the same time posing challenges for the undiscriminating average mind.

As educationists, we ought to critically examine the terms ‘knowledge’, ‘wisdom’, ’mind’ and ’the faculties of the brain’ etc. In some cases the distinction may be very broad; in other cases, the distinction may be nuanced and subtle, but it is essential to grasp these differences.

We, at AECS 3, Rawatbhata strive to hone the faculty of critical thinking in students which would enable them to cut through shrill rhetoric and reach the truth by being a light unto themselves They should learn to scrutinise things in a disinterested manner. It is very important to identify the innate talent and aptitude of a child, so that his skills can be honed in an optimal manner.

Learning should be a joyous experience. It is only when the child is happy that he can do the fullest justice to his innate abilities. Activities related to the morning assembly, CCA activities, sports, school functions, etc., are all directed towards this end. All these activities are not an end, but a means to the end of creating a complete personality. Otherwise we would be missing the wood for the trees.

We truly believe that happiness is the secret of success in life. We strive collectively to create a congenial and harmonious ambience for the full blossoming of the child into a sage personality who will contribute to the nation and humanity.


CCTV and Net Facilities at School

Other Facilities

Our School campus is under CCTV Surveillance which is equipped with modern high quality digital Camera's in most of the places and it is being monitored regularly. Online interactive classes are being conducted with high speed wifi internet connection. Internet connection has been provided in Computer Lab, staff rooms, library and most of the places.

School provides Purified RO dirinking water facility through water coolers. Sufficient number of wash rooms for students and staff seperately. The whole school buidling has been renovated with modern tiles. The school building is based on canadian model of schools with great aesthetic sense and it provides easy monitoring of the school activites.