ARB focuses on four main facets for child development: Integrated Development, Indian Culture, Patriotism and Universal Outlook.

    Integrated Development
  • Physical Development: Includes physical fitness, nutrition, hygiene, personal grooming, health education, health assessment, and prevention and treatment of diseases.
  • Mental Development: To help the child to live in harmony within and with the world; includes emotional expansion, handling emotions, handling relationships, gender-specific education, mental health assessment and counselling.
  • Intellectual Development: Includes intellectual kindling, independent thinking, management skills, aesthetics, intellectual assessment and guidance.
  • Spiritual Development: To help the child discover his/her inherent divinity and manifest it in daily life; includes value-based living, philosophy, meditation and yoga.
    Indian Culture
  • Knowledge of Indian Traditions
  • Customs and Culture
  • Intellectual refinement
  • Highest moral Values

  • The child is given a wide exposure to the various aspects of India's universal, value-based culture and its deeper imports. With right understanding and knowledge of the significance behind such a lifestyle, the child readily absorbs and inculcates the same values and ideals. Topics include cultural awareness, appreciation of India's vast heritage in literature, art and science, explanations of traditional customs and formalities and cultural motivation through hobbies and projects.
  • Sacrifice
  • Leadrship
  • Devotion to Cuntry

  • This vital area of focus includes education in citizenship, civic consciousness, national and cultural pride and addressing national issues. The goal is to develop dedicated citizens who honour and take pride in serving their motherland.
    Universal Outlook
  • Sophisticated view of the global envirnment Awareness towards global happenings.

  • Through these teachings, the child learns about unity in diversity, and developing an appreciation, sensitivity and commitment to universal issues. The programme aims to have the child see himself as a responsible citizen of the world, and thereafter live in harmony with creation. To promote this, topics covered include environmental education, synthesis of science and religion and intrinsic microcosm and macrocosm vision.

Mr. Kamal Saini
ARB Public Schol
A child is potentially the light of the world but can also be the cause of its darkness. And that is the role of education and that is why "Amongst the greatest of all great services that can possibly be rendered by a man to Almighty God, is the education of his children and this is our religion". A school is a building with four walls and tomorrow inside. The fundamental aim of setting up ABPS is to provide holistic education that emphasizes high academic and social standards, promotes healthy life styles, cultivate critical thinking foster scientific temper and initiate desire for lifelong learning.

A child must be educated to such a degree so as to become God's gift to mankind and a pride of the human race. Education is a continuous and creative process. The aim is to develop the capacity in human nature and to co-ordinate their expression for the enrichment and progress of society, by equipping children with spiritual, moral and material knowledge. Education must act as a powerful instrument for profound social transformation. Children are the only asset that the parents have. For their selfless love, nurturing care and tireless labour, all that parents expect in return is love and respect during their old age. Don't you think our children should be better equipped with the art of self discipline to meet this challenge.

I think discipline is a misunderstood word. If we ponder over the efficacy of the age-old maxim "Spare the rod and spoil the child". Give a thought as to how to hold the rod. If the rod is planted along the side of a plant (here child). It helps the plant to grow straight and prosper. Only in this respect, does the above maxim hold its true value. Discipline is the back bone of successful educational processes. But discipline and corporal punishments are divorced faculties; otherwise criminals who undergo severe physical punishments would become the best citizens of the country. Only necessary discipline that is self discipline or self control that can only be achieved by support from parents in particular, society in general because they will be the real beneficiaries if they cooperate with educational institutions to produce disciplined citizens.

Mrs. Sanju Saini
ARB Public Schol
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