Fr. Mathew Shoby OIC

NIRMAL BETHANY HIGH SCHOOL & JUNIOR COLLEGE, Kalewadi, Pune, is completing three decades of its glorious journey in imparting quality education to all, irrespective of caste, creed, culture and religion.  At this juncture, I appreciate and congratulate all, the managers, principals, the teaching and non-teaching staff and Parents and the students on the remarkable achievements and contributions towards the institution, society and the nation over the years. As Nirmal Bethany completes three decades, what comes to my mind is a Success comes to those who worked hard and stays with those who donate rest on the laurels of the past.

We live today in a digital world that is entirely different from the one who grew up in and were educated in. The world today is changing such an accelerated rate and as educarers and facilitators it is high time that we need to pause and reflect on this entire system of education. Nirmal Bethany works at implementing a well balanced curriculum ensuring that the child who walks into the portals of school will not just love school years but truly be prepared to face life challenges ahead. Even we impart education to match the advancement in technology and globalization, we march our children ahead with Nirmal Bethany is ethos of moral values and principles. We endeavor constantly instill qualities in our children. We pride ourselves to help them grow and develop into sensitive and responsible citizens for the morrow. The committed and supportive teaching faculty and caring and co-operative parents blend harmoniously to create a child-centric school at Nirmal Bethany. It is natural to find this ambience the intensive use of a variety of thinking activities, strategies and group dynamics so that class rooms become alive.

I congratulate the entire team on their hard work and dedication that has resulted of the growth of this institution. I hope that the school continues its journey with its mission and vision to mould the future generation of our great nation. May God bless us all.