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“The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise. Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers.”
(A.P.J Abdul Kalam)

Today, the role of education is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower the students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and productive members of an ever-changing global society. This is exactly what we at Ramkrishna Wagh college of Arts & Commerce are trying to do. We are striving to provide our students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development where every student is encouraged to channelize his/ her potential in the pursuit of excellence. In our curriculum, the primary focus is on the student and every child is involved actively in the learning process.

We all know that how crucial role education play in shaping the lives of everyone. The present curriculum needs re-framing and overhauling. In the rat race we have forgotten that the end of education is to build a strong character to make a strong nation. .Present day education system is not fulfilling its primary aim. It has just become a mean of passing information rather than transforming human beings. Let us teach our children the three very important values- Love for God, Fear of sin and Respect for the law of society. Instead of preaching let’s teach our children the 5D's concept of devotion, discrimination between right and wrong, discipline, determination and duty.

Our student-centred institution fosters active lifelong learning and promotes healthy student development academically, socially, emotionally and physically in short – an all-encompassing education. While academic excellence is a major thrust, the institution is very keen on preparing our students for life. We groom them to face the challenges of tomorrow, and encourage them to be socially conscious. We consciously endeavour to live up to this ideology and inculcate this into everything we do. We provide our students with a rich language environment that supports the development of critical and divergent thinkers able to work collaboratively with others.

Much has been done these past fourteen years but still more needs to be done in the years to come. Let’s do it collectively with the self-belief that:

“The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.”
(Robert Frost)