NHE is empowering children in two ways: internally through personal development with the goal to realize oneself; and externally through acquisition of worldly knowledge with the goal to serve the world in a better way. NHE strives for a harmonious balance between subjective inner development and objective adjustment in the world. Personal development is the backbone of the curriculum and therefore the NHE curriculum places subjects of self-development at the core, such as Supra Aesthetics, Music and Arts, Language Arts, YES-Astaunga Yoga, Philosophy, Biopsychology, Physical Education, Communication and STUVOL. Other subjects come at the periphery such as earth sciences, maths, history etc. The core subjects ensure the desired outcome as envisioned by Shrii P. R. Sarkar in the Education anagram pictured here:


Overall objectives can be summarized as follows:

Enlargement of mind
Universal outlook
Active habits
Ideation of the Great
Omniscient grace
Nice temperament

To develop physical well-being and mental capabilities through yoga, meditation, sports, play and other activities.

To facilitate personal growth in areas such as morality, integrity, self-confidence, self-discipline, co-operation, teamwork leadership ability.

To awaken a thirst for knowledge and love of life long learning.

To equip students with academic and practical skills necessary for life and for higher education.

To develop a sense of aesthetics and appreciation of culture and to infuse the curriculum with literature, art, drama, music and dance.

To encourage a universal outlook, free from discrimination based on religion, race, creed or sex, and to foster a respect for all cultures.

To develop independent problem solving skills and a benevolent rational intellect

To promote an awareness of ecology in its broadest sense - the realization of the inter-relatedness of all things - and to encourage respect, care and universal love for all.

To apply what is learned to practical life and to encourage students to become active and responsible members of society.






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