To attempt to measure the extent of an individuals success in making full use of his/her talent and opportunities. To develop fluency (oral and written) in the use of English (medium of instruction) as well as the mother tongue/national language.
To recognize and accept individual differences in ability and talent and to hold every child/individual in esteem in his/her own right. To attempt to identify and, as far as possible, meet the special needs of each individual/child in the college community, physical, intellectual, social, emotional, aesthetic and spiritual. To develop a curriculum which attempts to recognize and to encourage individual talents of all kinds in students at different stages of development, and at the same time flexible enough to take into account the demands/requirements of college, universities and examining bodies. To endeavour to illustrate the inter-relationship of all human knowledge and to emphasize the need for learning to be seen as a life long process. To foster an appreciation of human creative skills; to stimulate intellectual curiosity; to develop an interest in the process of learning how to learn; to encourage clear thinking and develop the capacity to tackle problems. To pay particular attention to directing and exercising the emotions and to drawing out the creative capacity of individuals.