PRINCIPAL

 LIST OF PRINCIPAL NAME 

SINCE 1958

S. N. NAME FROM TO
1 SHRI AVDHESH PRASAD GAUTAM 1958 1970
2 SHRI SHYAM SUNDAR LAL 1970 1972
3 SHRI BHAGVAT PRASAD AWASTHI 1972 1976
4 MISS E. V. NAIDU 1976 1976
5 SHRI SHIV PRASAD PANDEY 1976 1979
6 SHRI BHAGVAT PRASAD AWASTHI 1979 1981
7 SHRI SHIV SHANKAR MISHRA 1981 1983
8 SHRI SHIVDATT BAJPAI 1983 1986
9 SHRI SHIV SHANKAR MISHRA 1986 1989
10 SHRI RAMESH KUMAR BHATT 1989 1989
11 SHRI ISHWAR CHANDRA MISHRA 1989 1994
12 SHRI RAMESH KUMAR BHATT 1994 1995
13 SHRI SHIVDATT BAJPAI 1995 1997
14 SHRI PADMAKAR JAIN 1997 2000
15 SHRI K. L. SONI 2000 2004
16 DR. M. D. MISHRA 2004 2012
17 SHRI PRATUL SHRIVASTAV 2012 2016
18 SMT SOMA PAUL 2016 2017
19 SMT UMA SINGH 2017 TILL DATE

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

After being in the teaching profession for almost 34 years, there one thing I can say with certainty that I have never taken it as just a profession. Every year students brought with them new subjects, new curiosities and new challenges however it was all worth as I was able to guide my students through the thick-and-thin of not merely their academics but their personal, social and economic differences, which led them to be a responsible citizen and person.With all my years as a teacher, I can say that the role and duties of a teacher are equivalent to those of parents in more than one ways, as many-a-times the students listen to and confide in their teachers more than their parents.

Today, the crime trend is increasing among teenagers and theft, suicide, murder, terrorism are at the forefront. It is important for the parents, family and teachers to offer a solid base to the young minds, which means they must do as they say and not have dual behaviour. The soft characters of the students are moulded with the social and moral values and for this, parents should also keep a distance from the so-called recreational like mobile, TV and internet these days. This does not mean that one should not be in trend with the technology; it simply means that parents ought to be aware of their actions as children are their reflection.

Teachers have an important role in this too, as they are the ones who can guide the students from the beginning and teach them good morals of honesty, truthfulness, discipline and not harm others just for their own interests. Considering the increase in teenage suicide numbers, the parents and teachers must guide and motivate the students to fight their problems and overcome the challenges of life, as the saying goes –

“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”

The students are shaped into a strong personality and to have a soft heart towards the needy, the poor, the animals as well as nature. I feel that the students should be educated keeping in mind their personal and psychological differences, as it is the duty of both parents and teachers to help the students. All I mean by this is that the process of teaching will be more fruitful if it combines the syllabus with the moral teachings.

My message is not be taken as mere jotting down of simple thoughts, rather they are the rules which I have tried to follow in the 34 years of my academic life. It was always in my mind that if I am able to bring some constructive changes in the lives and attitude of my students in the whole session, then they will be able to fulfill their responsibilities.

With Best Wishes and Blessings…

                         SMT. UMA SINGH

                               PRINCIPAL
                 M.A. (SOCIOLOGY), B.ED.
     HITKARINI H. S. SCHOOL GORAKHPUR