Albert Einstein said, “Education is not about learning of facts but training young minds to think.” At Lotus Veda, we try to work towards holistic development of our students by providing them the tools and experiences that encourage our students to think. The aim is to create empowered minds so that students are able to decide what is good for them, differentiate between right and wrong, and select the right opportunities. I am delighted that the school’s values align with my own personal values, including the importance of trust, respect, innovation and a sense of community. Education imparted in Lotus Veda goes beyond the classrooms. As a Chinese proverb very aptly says, “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand”. Students nowadays believe in doing and learning rather than being told to accept things. At Lotus Veda, we follow the Xseed program which in itself brings in a fresh wave of fun and learning through experiential activities that keeps the interest of the students alive at any point of time. Happiness of each student is the aim of the school. A happy child will respond to different situations with the aim to learn and grow. Keeping this in mind, I am moving along with all the stakeholders of Lotus Veda International School to make the students cultivate their personalities to become the future leaders of tomorrow.