Our mission in education is therefore to provide:

  1. An education of quality and relevance to all, and in particular, to the marginalized sections of society,
  2. An education that frees persons from the social conditioning which prevents them from living as free persons, and which instead, enables them to see life as a vocation and as a gift,
  3. An education that leads the young into the scared space of the human person and of every person, making them aware of th inalienable human rights of every individual and group. This helps them to foster pluralism, cultural and religious diversity, individual and collective freedoms and respect for and appreciation of differences, in the face of a globalised world that aggressively pushes towards economic and cultural uniformity,
  4. An education that humanises and contextualizes, by assisting the students to raise essential questions concerning the meaning of life and of their role in the society, enabling them to become conscious of their responsibility to contribute to evolving borderless society and to promote the common good,
  5. An education that enables the youth to understand the implications of economic policies and structures, political decisions and the media, that play a critical role in shaping people’s lives especially those of the poor and the social responsibility of citizens as individuals and as groups to engage in proactive measures to bring both transparency and accountability,
  6. And education that energises the young to take up the task of contributing to nation – building, so as to evolve a new inclusive Indian Society, and India of their dreams, which they can own with pride and joy,
  7. An education that thus forms the young to evolve as men and women of character, competence, conscience, compassion and commitment, who will then contribute to the evolution of a counter-culture to the present ruthlessly competitive model, by promoting collaborating and cooperation for the growth of all, in a climate of mutual trust and sharing; and to be shockingly corrupt society, by fostering uprightness in public life,

 

An education which nurtures an encounter with God as a personal event and a free response to the call to faith and which nurtures a life of meaning, purpose and personalised values, including appreciation of their faiths.