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From The Director’s Desk

“Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the nation.” –  John F Kennedy

Education and economic growth of a country are often measured on a parallel scale for it is unequivocally believed that only an educated society can grow economically.

The future of work however is not what it used to be in the 1960s and 1970s. Today, the specter of mass joblessness looms large-first from the robots taking jobs and now the legacy of COVID-19 crisis. One thing, however, remains unchanged, the assumption that education is the critical factor for individuals’ success in obtaining and succeeding in work. It is, therefore, commonly assumed that education is crucial for meeting the challenges concerning the future of work and employability. Thus, preoccupation with aspirational curriculum reforms like ‘21st-century skills’ being promoted for employment growth, can be achieved only through a successfully designed education system.

Change starts from the educational institutions when they design a suitable program and curricula that matches with employment.  This ardent need therefore requires educators and experts to research and suggest methods and strategies that ensure quantitative and qualitative learning that helps the students to face the future.

 It is in sync with our mission to remain updated and welcome all transitions,  that at Brahm Dutt Blue Bells Public School, we have pioneered to introduce subjects like Data Science, AI, Design Thinking, Coding, and Robotics as a club activity from the Middle school level. Gone are the days when education was confined to the four walls of the classrooms. Today it has crossed boundaries and only the right kind of education system can equip the learners with a sense of purpose and the competencies they need, to shape their own lives and contribute to the lives of others.

In the current scenario of transition, it is imperatively required for teachers, students, and education leaders, to come together on a common platform to exchange ideas, compare proven and promising practices, discover cutting-edge research and thereby contribute to a new ecosystem of learning with impetus on developing the skill sets of the learners. Only then will the learners of today be prepared with the required skills of tomorrow.

Dr. Saroj Suman Gulati


Blue Bells Group of Schools

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