The Power of Faith and Education

Posted by Spalding Hurst

January 24, 2023

Faith and education are two pillars that play a crucial role in shaping the lives of students at Vimala Vidyalaya, an English medium school in Bakhtiyarpur. These two elements work together to provide a holistic education that not only addresses the intellectual and academic needs of the students but also their spiritual and moral development.

At Vimala Vidyalaya, students are taught by dedicated educators like Sister Archana Beck, a teacher who is passionate about helping students discover their full potential. Under her guidance, students learn to think critically and creatively, and to become responsible and compassionate members of society.

Sister Archana Beck, a teacher who is passionate about helping students discover their full potential.

But it’s not just the teachers who are committed to providing quality education; the principal of the school, Sister Suman Sarojini Dungdung, is also dedicated to the same mission. Under her leadership, the school has become a vibrant community where students are encouraged to explore their interests and passions and to develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the world.

The principal of the school, Sister Suman Sarojini Dungdung.

Vimala Vidyalaya is a school where faith and education are intertwined to create a unique learning environment that helps students grow both intellectually and spiritually. With a dedicated principal like Sister Suman and committed educators like Sister Archana, the school is able to provide a quality education that prepares students for a life of purpose and meaning.

Vimala Vidyalaya, an English medium school in Bakhtiyarpur staffed by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.

1 Comment

  1. Luke

    Thank you sisters for your dedication to education that enables your students to grow spiritually and academically!

    I do appreciate your service to the young!

    Luke

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