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Education is the Key to Unlock the Golden Door to Freedom

The selection of the HMES cadre is done taking into consideration the qualification of the applicant, the impressive resume submitted, and a brief write-up about the choice of profession. The strengths are identified along with the various talents/skill of the teacher/applicant that would help the students in scholastic and nonscholastic activities.

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Dr. Fareeda Rahmatullah Khan

Founder & Managing Director

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The School Assembly is one of the most important aspect of a school’s curriculum. It nurtures positive ethos, pupil self-development and therefore raising standards of all forms of achievement and excellence.

Teachers involve, contribute and are a medium to communicate and teach the art of worship, discipline, sense of unity and harmony as the entire class gathers in cohesive spirit for the Assembly Programme.

School Prayer, National Pledge, Physical exercise and daily News form a part of every Assembly Programme. Student turnout is checked and corrected for their overall grooming.

The National Anthem sung at the end of the Assembly Programme instills a great sense of National Pride and Patriotism in the Young Indians.

Active children become healthy adults and School plays a key role in contributing to that outcome. We in HMES believe, sports is a compulsory and valued part of the school’s curriculum and is an integral part of a child’s development.

Our prime concern is to give all students an opportunity for participation, enjoyment and skill development. Students are encouraged to participate in a way that suits their interests and abilities. Students with outstanding skills are selected for State and National level sports competition.

The learning environment in HMES reflects the basic fact that it is not merely intellectual cramming of information but the application of them into one’s life that is significant so that life is better at individual, social, secular and spiritual levels.

Our teachers believe that effective classroom management, after rules and procedures and disciplinary interventions is a teacher-student relationship. If a teacher has a good relationship with students, then students more readily accept the rules and procedures and the disciplinary actions that follow their violations.