Principal’s Message


“Love, Wisdom and pursue it with passion, it will fetch contentment…” The whimsical outfit of the world and its demands necessitate a sure and radical paradigm modification in the educational scenario. A constructive and optimistic preference to this cause alone can bring about morality-based education-preparing the students to adapt and conform to the situations they are in their day to day lives. Students mind has to be exposed to the realities of the time allowing them to react positively to the given circumstances. A true and holistic educational system looks forward to this reality with greater enthusiasm.

St. Ann’s College offers its members the academic as well as ethical varsity which we envision in every student. They are given a wider and broader exposure of life and its challenges by various co curricular activities enabling them to become more than mere bookworm. It is actualized in a very special way through the interpersonal relationships that the staff and students foster in apprehending and appreciating the greatness and capabilities of one another.

An intellectual formation based on moral integrity is the need of the hour. In this egoistic and altruistic world, it is tiring and challenging task to cater to such a formation. The Management and the Staff leave no stone unturned to comprehend the need of the time and act instantaneously for the proper development of a community where kingdom values of peace, love, hope, brotherhood, forgiveness and unity prevail.

The excellence by the students in multi-faceted fields of education, sports and games, cultural and literary activities etc speaks volumes of the hardwork and commitment we have invested for a bright and promising future. We look forward to the invariable providential accompaniment of the benevolent God and your cordial support in our attempt to ignite the lamp of knowledge and wisdom in the hearts of the pupil. I would conclude with the expressions of a great poet,Rudyard Kipling,

“If you can dream-and not make dreams your master,
If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim,
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
Yours is the Earth and everything that is in it,
And-which is more-You’ll be a Man, my son!”