Emblem and Motto

  1. Two Circles: Stand for integral education in a global context.
  2. Games: Stand for the integral personality development of the students in the context of co-education.
  3. Computer: Symbolizes the learning skills of modern sciences and technology.
  4. Book and Pen: Symbolize the learning skills of reading, writing and speaking. To that end the Societas Verbi Divini (SVD) or the Society of the Divine Word pledges to mould the future of the students to be productive citizens of society at large.
  5. Rising Sun: Stands for hope and inculcation of value-based education to the students.


The motto of our school is ‘Moulding the Future’, which we have expressed in the pregnant Sanskrit form, भविष्यस्य संस्कारः (Bhavisyasya Samskarah). Children/Students are our future. They do not come to us as a ‘clean slate’ or ‘tabula rasa’ to be filled with information. Rather, they come with a lot of potentialities, which, like clay, need to be moulded, shaped, polished, perfected, formed, re-formed and transformed. This notion is aptly expressed by the very rich word Samskarah. It is derived word the verbal root samskr, which is made up of the prefix sam + the root (s) kr (to make). In our context, the prefix sam conveys the idea of refinement, polishing, completeness, perfection. Hence the word samskarah, which etymologically corresponds to the word ‘per-fection’ derived from the Latin per+facere (to make), encapsulates the meanings of moulding, forming, transforming, refining, polishing, perfecting, impressing, embellishing, educating, cultivating, purifying, sanctifying. Samskarah thus takes a holistic and integral approach, developing the physical, psychological, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of one’s personality. Through imparting knowledge, excellence, values, empowerment towards liberation and national integration, teachers exercise their ‘midwifery’ function of  e-ducating (etymologically derived from the Latin ex+ducere, (‘to lead out’), brining about a new birth by transforming the raw, natural, ordinary material (prakrata) into something polished, beautiful, cultured and perfect (samskrta).