Prof. Dr. Janeshwar Singh
Ex-Principal, H.D Jain College,(Ara)
The school equips the child with necessary knowledge skill and attitude to achieve his full potential. The school has established high standard not only for academic but for all round development of the child a compassionate, tolerant and strong individual.
The aim and purpose of education is to form character, to increase the strength of mind, to expand the intellect and to make one the stand on one's own feet. I an sure that Bihta Public School is serving well the above purpose of education. In the beginning, B.P.S. was designed to provide quality education to only a small number of children of weaker and middle section of society. But the school is now grown to accommodate thousand of children from a varied segment of society. This is how it has acquired the attributes of a school of Excellence. The faculty and the wider school management proudly reflect the shared vision, Commitment and energy necessary to ensure the educational success of every student. We firmly believe that every child is blessed with an equal potential to make a positive contribution to the society. The school equips the child with necessary knowledge skill and attitude to achieve his full potential. The school has established high standard not only for academic but for all round development of the child a compassionate, tolerant and strong individual.
I am sure that the choice of B.P.S. will be a decisive step forward in the empowerment of your child for further endeavours to surge towards perfection in the chosen field. Students of B.P.S. will always be proved better for the progress and prosperity of the society and nation.
In the end, I express my best wishes and thanks to the principal, Shri Uday Kumar Singh, the best of my dear students of my lie as a teacher. He is a man of devotion and firm determination. I hope, B.P.S. will earn the name and fame of an international school in further under his leadership.
I also suggest the school management to provide free education continuously to at least twenty five (25) deprived children of the society every year.