We believe in the dignity and worth of each student and his/her role as a global citizen.We believe that each child should have access to equal opportunities consistent with their individual capabilities.We believe that change is a constant factor in life.So the education system be flexible ..
The dream of Mrs. Gargi Manju and Mr. Sudhir Tiwari, Principal and Director of T.H.S.S.S respectively, changed into a reality and achievement through their sweat, determination and hard work.T.H.S.S.S. has now become a benchmark in quality pedagogy in the state of Jharkhand ..
Tender Heart Senior Secondary School is situated at Tupudana, Ranchi-3. It is spread across an area of 60000 sq. ft. The 20-faced school building is in the shape of a two rupee coin and is spread across sprawling 3 acres of land, designed as per ‘Vaastu Shashtra’ guidelines…
T.H.S.S.S, established in 1989, was destined to bloom to its full glory by 2014. Starting with a single storey house at Hinoo with primary classes, it grew from 5 students to an institution with 5500 young hearts and more than 100 teachers. The growth has been phenomenal..
T.H.S.S.S, established in 2002, was destined to bloom in full glory by 2014. Starting with a single storey house at Hinoo with primary classes, it grew from 5 students to an institution with 5500 young hearts and more than 150 teachers. The growth has been phenomenal. The chronology of establishment has been thus.
Very few people in our country know the difference between literacy and education. A person who can read and write is a literate but a person who understands and makes others understand is an educated person.We belong to a country which had a Scientist President and has an Economist Prime Minister. Our Ex-President Prof Kalam has a vision that by 2020, our country will become a super power and Global Guru. I totally agree with his vision and in this present condition when the entire government does not understand the difference between literacy and education and the entire resources including government machinery is indulged in various kinds of literacy programmes, I think it is my utmost commitment and challenge to accept the responsibility of education because literacy provides the benefits to an individual only whereas education is for the family, society, state and the country. I do believe in our cultural and national heritage that is VASUDHAIV KUTUMBAKAM. Educating a child in such a way that he becomes a machine to only perform well in the job market of the present global market and earn a lot of money is not my goal.