Since time immemorial education has been the Key factor in developing successful Personalities and a well balanced society. Education broadens our horizons and dispels ignorance. It sets stage for a better and brighter tomorrow. Hon’ble Late Shri Mohan Lal Saraf Dy. Mayor Municipal corporation, Gwalior (1975) believed good education laid the foundation of building individuals with strength of charcter,moral values and a vision for a successful future. To commemorate his loving memory a society named Mohan Lal Saraf Vikas Samiti was founded in 1992, spearheaded by his youngest son Shri Babu Lal Jain. It has been a sincere effort to realize the dreams of his beloved father, through Rishi Galav Public School, an educational legalize institute, that strives to empower young minds with well rounded personalities.
Rishi Galav Public School is a CBSE Affiliated English Medium senior secondary school. It is provisioned for education from play group to Class XII. The institution is named after Maharshi Galav whose spiritual education has been a source of inspiration to masses.
The sole objective of this instiution is to build character of its students with overall personality and commitment to self and society at large. The ultimate goal of education is to motivate and guide the student of today to become conscientious citizen of tomorrow. It is our earnest desire to ensure empowerment of the girl child in order to give them their rightful place in society. We believe, education is one of the tools to empower these young women, who are the prime teachers in every individual’s life.
To be a provider of globally competitive proficient individuals.
To nurture and sustain academic excellence programme to promote innovation and abilities to analyze experiment and synthesize.
Discipline is the need of time and also a personally trait. It can be maintained by collective efforts of the instifution and parents. Certain rules and regulations framed by the institution are to be complied with. Following rules are to be adhered to all times.
- Students should be in their proper uniform.
- Shoes should be polished.
- Nails should be cut (No nail enamel should be applied on nails)
- No jwellery is allowed
- No mobile phones allowed (Mobile phones brought to school will be confiscated)
- Short hair should be neatly combed.
- Long hair should be tied in two plaits.