A Culture is made up of individuals. The ideals of the culture must be effectively transmitted to the individual by reshaping his values and activities. These ideals give rise to Vedic Education as an integral part of Vedic culture. Vedic culture would offer the best facility for the development of the individual. Once trained, the individual has his place in the culture; but to be trained, he must be removed from his conditional environment and be placed in a situation in which, under the guidance of the Acharya, he can more objectively understand his position. This situation is ideally away from material / urban surroundings. It should be in the shelter of the Guru's Ashrama. Here as a director I am committed to inculcate in students the very essence of vedic studies along with the appropriate and necessary knowledge of modern contemporary subjects. As Darshanam Sanskrit Sansthan progresses towards the attainment of its vision I must ensure that a smooth coordination between all its sub departments exists and gradually we evolve as a pioneer institute providing vedic education.
School is a place where we impart a value-based education and harness the youth potentials to live a meaningful life. A child needs both freedom and discipline. Freedom inspires creativity and through discipline he finds the correct expression. It is therefore necessary to balance both for personal development. So, understanding the equal importance of both the factors I am committed to provide the students with the best of both. I strongly believe that learning is an ongoing intrinsic part of life. So I am supposed to create an environment which encourages and excites the students to explore the horizons of their intellect in various areas of study.