Moral & Spiritual Development
Aim of education is to produce socially useful individuals. Thus, scientific, technological and economical learning must be matched by moral, intellectual and spiritual education. Keeping this in view value education has been made an integral part of all Mody School activities. The Shilalekhs remind the students of their culture and values. Chanting of shlokas is a regular part of the morning assembly.
At Mody, scholastic excellence goes hand in hand with character building. A strong emphasis on values and knowledge of our rich and varied culture blended with an entirely global approach to education ensures a holistic development of young minds. Further, the school celebrates most festivals in the traditional way which develops an appreciation for diverse cultures and inculcates sound moral values by imbibing the best of all cultures and religions. In addition, students are encouraged to take initiative, to be original, honest, to believe in themselves and to work independently and honestly.
In moral education classes students learn the importance of truth, honesty, sacrifice and hard work. Boarder students attend ‘Sandhya’ (evening prayers) and discover the power of meditation which helps them improve their concentration and realize their potential.
In keeping with the rich spiritual traditions of our civilisation, a beautiful TAPOVAN has been developed in the campus. The Tapovan comprises of a Yagyashala, a Meditation hall and a temple of Lord Rama.