Alliance International School has established its identity on the globe as a leading world class premier school that preaches, unity In diversity, universal brotherhood, equality, disciple, self confidence, self respect, leadership and quest for knowledge and excellence.
The school aims at the all round growth of the students and strives to inculcate in them a positive and healthy, physical, emotional and intellectual attitude. Alliance provides holistic education which combines Indian traditions with modernity and technology to prepare global citizens.
The objective of the school
With “ Arise. Awake. Achieve “ as the motto, the school leaves no stone unturned to make teaching and learning process an easy, interesting, enjoyable and value based.
Alliance International is committed to impart an integral education that is global and based on a strong foundation of Indian tradition, culture and values and dedicated in producing achievers in the future.
Today it is a principle instrument in awakening the child to cultural values and preparing him for later professional training and helping him to adjust normally to his environment. Our mission is:
- To imbibe universal values.
- To identify and fulfill academic, cultural, sporting and social potential through multiple paths to learning.
- To acquire habits of curiosity, reflection, mental flexibility, independence and self-discipline.
- To attain skills and attitude for life in a rapidly changing world.
- To develop a respect and concern towards the environment.
- To maintain openness and respect in the face of racial, cultural, religious and linguistic diversity.
We at Alliance International School imbibe values which are high and permanent, our value system practice provides inspiration for life and learning by encouraging children to have:
- High self esteem
- Respect themselves, others and the environment
- Grasp the wide range of opportunities on offer
- Have high aspirations and the confidence to challenge themselves
- Recognize the need for a society without discrimination
- Care for the diverse community of which they are a part
- Work independently, collaboratively and co-operatively
- Take responsibility for their own learning
- Be literate, numerate, creative and articulate
- Have a sense of adventure and fun
- Develop the attributes of perseverance, assertiveness and endeavour
Aruna Bhardwaj – Director
- State Awardee
- Over 25 years of Experience in field of Academics.
- Ex Advisor (Academics) Haryana Education Directorate.
- Certified from University of Cambridge UK.
Human being has multi-dimensional personality. Each of these dimensions has its own needs. Of these, the mental and intellectual need is “to learn” where we have tremendous contributions to make. Our children observe us all the time. They learn much more by what they ‘see’ than by what they ‘hear’. Morality is never always learnt from books, it is learnt by watching people around us.
It is our duty to ‘show’ the children what to do instead of only ‘telling’ them what to do. Our examples will be followed more than our advice. As educators and parents, all of us have to live in ways that set standards for others to follow. Let us think, talk, act and live the way we want our children to think, talk, act and live.
Alliance International School works with a vision to create well groomed and sensitive individuals with capabilities to make a mark in whatever they do and wherever they go. We focus on encouraging the students to learn values of humility and respect to others and also to be observant and to be innovative consistently. We are conscious of providing best educators and always endeavour to do what is good for the child by ensuring a nurturing environment in the classroom and by creating a climate of trust to encourage children to question.
We always strive to ensure that each and every school experience is engaging and invigorating and continuously extend opportunities for the children to explore and exploit their inherent skills and talents. Our educators are trained to adapt to a more global perspective in learning and teaching.
Ashwani Garg – Chairman
“Children are God’s greatest gift. They shape up the way we mould them in their developing years”
Swami Vivekanand Group of Institutions has been named after the great educationist and visionary Swami Vivekanandji and is committed to follow his vision on education. The core principle of the school hovers around creation and nurturing of values in children. We firmly believe that of all virtues, values assume paramount importance and the rest follows.
We certainly realize that the challenges of shaping the students into true citizens are immense. All the same, each and every minute is so meticulously exploited to bring about a deep sense of commitment to values in children, as this would, in effect, bring about the well being of society and the nation as a whole.
While doing so, the school is focused towards creating talented individuals capable of high innovation, imagination, analytical competence, scientific intellect, business competency and entrepreneurial abilities.
The faculty is so carefully chosen to ensure that these ideals are met in its essence. An environment that is comparable to global standards is ensured to realize these aspirations, so that the students face the world with confidence, strength, sincerity and integrity.
Ashok Garg – President
“There is always more to education than mere academics”
At Alliance, we earnestly attempt to make a distinctive difference between academics and education. In the context of everyone’s focus tilting more towards academics, it is necessary that we find answers to certain questions on this; what will a child do with science, if he/she does not understand the science of life, what is the use of reading and memorising history, if we do not encourage the children to create history, what is the use of languages, if his/her communication skills are not developed.
Though academics do assume paramount importance, it is also equally true that academics alone do not provide complete education. We firmly believe that academic is one aspect of a child’s development and not the only aspect. In keeping with this, we do not contend ourselves with only academics, but we aim to ensure that children get wholesome education that yield all round development, with specific focus on values, relationship, success, leadership qualities, life management skills etc.
As parents, teachers and other custodians of our children’s future, let us not confine the children to only syllabus, but also expose them to real life experiences that will make them the complete person.
Let us not only count their marks, but also make their life count.