GVM, INTERNATIONAL MISSION:-To nurture leaders with character and competence

Character is defined as an individual’s mental and moral qualities. It’s a combination of values such as integrity, generosity, sincerity, compassion, service orientation, self-regulation, and ethics. An individual’s character drives one to think and act in the right direction in day to day life as well as in unexpected and difficult situations.

Competence is the ability of an individual to undertake tasks efficiently and successfully. Competence means acquiring domain knowledge in areas of interest as well a range of skills which are transferable across domains. Transferable skills such as communication, leadership and people management, research, critical thinking and problem solving, social adeptness, decision-making are valuable in all spheres of life today.

Not everyone may want to or can become business or political leaders or leaders in sports or arts. The kind of leaders that the school hopes to nurture are those who can take charge of their lives, work effectively with others, do the right things even when no one is watching them, are internationally minded. Such leaders need both character and competence to survive and succeed, especially in the 21st century. The school’s holistic educational program and the positive empowering environment are built to foster both character and competence in the students.

THE GVM INTERNATIONAL VISION: (OUR COMMITMENT)
GVM, INTERNATIONAL School believes that learning is a lifelong process and therefore we seek to inculcate in students, parents, teachers & the society at large, the sheer sense of the joy of learning. We provide a happy, purposeful, safe and nurturing environment to help our learners develop skills, attitudes & character to achieve sustainable success in life. We aim to scale newer heights in terms of curriculum innovation and teaching methodologies and build an institute of excellence.

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