DISHA is a Sanskrit word which means "Direction", obviously implying the right direction. The name indicates the focus of the school on the direction to be trodden by the learners in achieving
their life goal.
The image on the emblem depicts a child emerging from a lotus, our national flower. The flower grows in murky waters and rises on a long stalk above the surface to bloom to glory. The lotus symbolizes the purity of the mind, body, and soul which is highlighted by the posture of the child. The colours green, blue, and grey symbolize growth, trust, and wisdom, respectively.
Lay equal emphasis for scholastic and co-curricular skills and instilling a progressive, proactive outlook with strong faith in our culture and its values.
Ensuring a child friendly experiential learning programme without jeopardising the joy of childhood.
Motivate the child to unearth the hidden talent and instill progressive thinking towards global citizenship without sacrificing our values.
To provide opportunities to be innovative rather than being a passive rote learner.
Help the child to explore the sensorial learning and to develop analytical thinking.
To offer opportunities to learn basic life skills and equip the learner with confidence and competence.