Rao Lal Singh Public School


Mrs. Asha Saxena is the Principal of Rao Lal Singh Public School, Sidhrawali, Gurugram. She is M.A. (Pol. Sc.), M. Phil.(Education). She is a seasoned educator with over 30 years of experience in various domains of education. She is the recipient of Best Teachers’ Award by Lions Club in 1989 and in 1992 by the Rotary Club. She has also been conferred Principals’ Award in 2012 by Avantika Rajiv Gandhi Education Excellence Award and Dr. Radha Krishan Education Award. Her Conviction and passion are to promote the Academic, Emotional, Physical, Mental and Social well being of children under her care. 


The school, Rao Lal Singh Public School, is blessed with a serene aura that nurtures each bud (student) to bloom to its fullest and spread its goodness, wherever and whoever it touches. The uniqueness of our students is put under the perfect lenses of our teachers, to let the children shine and soar high. We have a perfect culture, blended with old and new values. The root values here are related to different domains of life – cognitive, social, emotional, aesthetical and many more.


“Teaching is not, a service, profession or a job It is a pillar of society” Every year we celebrate Teacher’s Day in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan, the second President of India who was an academician and a philosopher. It is right day to pay tribute to the teacher for their precious contributions in our lives and society. They are the backbone of our society because they highly contribute in building characters, shaping our future and help us to be ideal citizens of the country. Teacher not only inspires us but sometime choose to be our friends and teach us to be great role models. A teacher plants the seeds of knowledge among its students, sprinkles them with love and patiently nurtures their growth to produce Tomorrow’s dreams. Teachers are the source of inspiration who make their students strong and prepare them to withstand any obstacle of life. Dear children when God pushes you to the edge of difficulty, trust the teacher, because only two things can happen, either he will catch you when you fall or he will teach you how to fly Here I would to like to share the a famous story of ‘Surdas’  Surdas was an eager student. But his Guru found that ‘Surdas’ was hampered by his quality of getting angry easily, which prevented him from learning. Thus, the Guru decided to make Surdas shed his anger. The Guru asked Surdas to chant God's name while doing all his activities for one month and then meet him. Surdas followed the Guru's instructions and the day after one month, he went to meet his Guru. On his way to Guru's ashram, a sweeper on the street carelessly put dirt on his clothes. Surdas got angry and scolded the sweeper. He went home, changed clothes and then met his Guru. To his surprise the Guru told  Surdas that he was not yet ready to learn and he had to chant and do his chores for another month. It repeated twice. However, third time Surdas addressed him softly saying "Thank you. You are my master. You have helped me to overcome my anger." The sweeper felt bad for his action. This time as Surdas approached his Guru's hermitage, he could see his Guru standing in front of the hermitage welcoming him. Guru told Surdas that he is now ready to teach him. Surdas could now understand the process he went through. He learnt that a Guru knows what a student is lacking and knows the ways that would teach him. So, as a student, you must have faith in Guru's words and follow them with devotion.   Your teachers are full of immense knowledge and wisdom. So come on my dear children, pledge to gether that you will always obey your teacher orders and follow their advice to be the worthy citizens of india. Wishing you all “Happy Teacher’s Day” 


NH-08, Sidhrawali, Gurgaon
0124-2679048, 9992111339

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