Springdales Education Society Celebrates 60 Yrs of Excellence

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Springdales Education Society Celebrates 60 Yrs of Excellence


New Delhi, Sept. 21 -- Vice- president Mohammad Hamid Ansari inaugurated the diamond jubilee of Springdales Education Society and a conference to evaluate the impact of education on social change, at Vigyan Bhawan on Saturday.

The conference, 'In search of a humane society - The role of education', was attended by distinguished scholars and guests, including Congress leader Dr Karan Singh, social activist Aruna Roy, former chairpersons of Springdales Education Society, Soli Sorabjee, Prof Yash Pal and Admiral L Ramdas, parents, students and staff members.

Ansari, who was the chief guest at the grand event, congratulated Rajni Kumar, the founder and chairperson of the Springdales Education Society, on achieving the stellar milestone of 60 years of excellence in education.

He complimented the school for pursuing the motto 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' as it reflects a progressive educational philosophy, spirit of service and upheld the principles of liberty, equality, fraternity and justice for all.

Welcoming the vice-president and other dignitaries, the chairperson of the Springdales Education Society expressed happiness at achieving her dream of creating 'a school with a difference' - wherein freedom, self-discovery, humanism, internationalism and peace are ingrained in students.

During the plenary session, the lead speakers underlined the key role of education in creating a humane society. They critically analysed the existing scenario in the county and the reasons for the malaise in society, delineating key areas of concern. …

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