Welcome to St. Norbert School - Secondary Section [ VI to XII ]
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Education is freedom from ignorance, social structures, colour, creed, caste, compulsions,superstitions and other form of oppressive structures. It is the means of making people enlightened, empowered and elevated. It would not be too exaggerating if we say that wholesome education makes someone special, creative, unique, distinct and distinguished. Towards a new society, an ideal vision can be realized only through well educated citizens.
Dear parents we are edified by your gesture of trust and confidence in us by entrusting your children into our care and also making us partners with you in order to mould them as agents of creating a new society through wholesome education. Not being overcome by the complacency of committed faculty, collaborative and encouraging parents, enthusiastic students and enviable infrastructure that provide an awesome atmosphere to impart whole education to our children let us strive continuously and strenuously to make our efforts to reach its fruition. Let us all together exert, explore and excel to build a new society.
St. Norbert is a Christian Minority School for both boys and girls. The school is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi, with Affiliation no.1030291. It is fully self-financed and the medium of instruction here is English. It is Senior Secondary School, classes from Nursery to Std XII. The management has added a hostel facility for girls belonging to the socially and economically weaker sections of the society.
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St. Norbert School is run by the CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF INDORE, a registered society under the M.P. Societies Registrikaran Adhiniyam, 1973. The Diocese was erected in 1952, and is now spread over three civil districts of Western Madhya Pradesh. This society is engaged in various spiritual, social-economic, educational and humanitarian activities. In the educational field, the diocese runs 12 Formal Educational Institutions
“Right to life”
Right to Life is a basic and fundamental right of all citizens in the world. Generally those who are born in India, who is born of the Indian parents and who are the long time residents of India are accepted as the Indian citizens. The Fundamental Rights are defined as basic human freedoms which every Indian citizen has the right to enjoy for a proper and harmonious development of personality. These rights universally apply to all citizens, irrespective of race, place of birth, religion, caste or gender Aliens (persons who are not citizens) are also considered in matters like equality before law. All Indians can lead their lives in peace and harmony as citizens of India.
The seven fundamental rights recognized by the Indian constitution are:
(1) Right to equality, (2) Right to freedom, (3) Right against exploitation, (4) Right to freedom of religion, (5)Cultural and education rights, (6) Right to property and (7)Right to constitutional remedies.
Granting a right means imposing positive duties on some for the benefit of others. Rights and responsibility are logically inseparable. A citizen should have duties and responsibilities for his country. He should try to do the public good. He should exercise his rights with proper judgment and obey the law. He should try to build himself to do the best service for the country. He should have patriotism and fellow-feeling. Most of the Indian citizens are neglectful and forgetful of their responsibilities and very demanding only of their rights. It is the right time for educational institutions to educate the children. Our school has decided to declare rights and responsibility as the theme for the academic year 2014-15. I wish that staff and students of our school to try their level best to become aware of rights and duties. While enjoying the rights, guaranteed by the Indian Constitution. Let us gently be reminded of our impending duties towards our brothers and sisters in the society.