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President Messeges


Mr. Haribansh R. Singh
Sainath Education Trust

It takes a lot of passion, determination and patience to transform ideas into effective solutions - and even more to turn those into products which contribute to your success. With this in view, Our Institution reflects the kaleidoscope of learning, adventures, creativities and positive approach of our young minds through a holistic development approach.... I hope this effort of our minds will serve as a stepping stone towards the many miles stones we have to cover in pursuit of excellence. "Education breeds Confidence, Confidence breeds Hope, Hope breeds Peace" One of the hallmarks of good education is how it has helped a person put to practical use the knowledge he has gained. Without this practical wisdom, education is a failure. Thus, We aim at the holistic development of a student-cultural, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and physical. We are living in a world that tests our institute, but still we remain rooted in our principles and focused on our founding mission. We are clear-eyed about our strengths and weaknesses, and ambitious in fulfilling our promise. Throughout our history, RGC has endeavoured to be accessible to deserving students, no matter their backgrounds. Our admissions and financial aid policies have long reflected this commitment. Our efforts to excel as an educational institution are being realised through the support of a dedicated team of faculty members and the non-teaching staff. The credit for keeping our core institutional values intact goes to entire RGC family that believes in combining modern, scientific instruction with time-tested Vedic wisdom. This recognition of our success also brings with it a tremendous sense of responsibility. We aim to constantly update our institutional practices to meet the demands of a rapidly changing knowledge society and equip our students with intellectual resources and social skills required to succeed in the new world order.
"We Aim Above the Mark to Hit the Mark" - Ralph Waldo Emerson