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The 'R. S. Luth Education Trust' was founded in 1978 and has carved a niche for itself in the educational sphere of Nashik. It is a pioneer in initiating premier centers of learning in Nashik. Fravashi Academy, Fravashi Academy Junior college & Fravashi International Academy come under it's wings. Nashik Police Public school is a joint venture of Nashik Police & R. S. Luth Education Trust which commenced only last year.

Voicing their thoughts

Mrs. Sharvari Luth Vice Chairperson

It only takes a deep desire To try with all our heart.
To live a little better And to always be forgiving
And to add a little sunshine To the world in which we're living.
So never give up in despair And think that you are through,
For there's always a tomorrow And the hope of starting new.

POSITIVITY IN WORDS, THOUGHTS AND DEEDS - The one who wastes time and energy in gossip or slander has no time for success. All attention is focused on picking out the mistakes and the negativity of others and so there is no attention on learning new things or picking out the positive. So there is negativity visible in one's own attitude, words and actions. When we free ourselves from negative words, we are able to use our words filled with the power of positivity and faith, faith in the self and faith in others.

To remain happy is to truly live life. The one who is constantly happy is able to creatively use all the resources in the right way and also makes others happy. When we are able to maintain our internal state of happiness under all circumstances, we are able to enjoy the beauty of life. We are able to see the specialties and goodness in everyone.

Small steps to bring positivity and in turn, happiness in our lives

  • Appreciate everything around you, be it NATURE, FOOD, PEOPLE AND ALSO YOURSELF. development
  • Focus on what you want – Opportunities will suddenly arise. Be prepared to grab them and use them to your advantage. Focus your thoughts on what you want from life.
  • Educate and explore yourself Know yourself better and other people too, since we share so much that makes us alike – is useful if you want to improve your life and lives of other’s too. Feed your mind regularly with useful and inspirational information, so that you are on the road to 'growth'.
  • Take a lot of action in your life Inculcate the attitude 'Just do it'. But if it is fear holding you back, take small steps and confront your fear little by little, thereby creating a momentum that lets you move on to the next step.
  • Improve your social skills Happiness, value and fun in life come from interactions and relationships with other people. Improving those interactions and your communication skills can greatly improve your life. As you focus your attention outwards to other people rather than inward, most negative feelings are automatically done away with and you are in a 'good feeling' state.

Each one of us has a special purpose in life – this is the basic rule of creation. We may or may not find that specific reason but we can spread smiles and happiness all around, if we are positive, adding to our own memorable moments.

Ms. Meghna Bakshi Trust Secretary

Dear Students,

Life without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates. There's plenty of movement, but you never know if it's going to be forward, backward, or sideways.

We all have heard about self discipline. But do all of us understand and follow it ? Discipline means abiding by, or adhering to, certain rules or norms of social life. Self-discipline is what person imposes on himself taking it as his duty to God, towards his parents, towards the society, or to his institution.

Nature provides the best example of discipline in life. In nature all the planets move in their orbit; the seasons change in accordance with a set order, day and night follow each other at regular intervals. There's definitely a lot to learn from nature.

Similarly, only a dedicated and disciplined student can carve out a brilliant life and career for himself. Disciplined students are the pillars of a nation's strength and with their strength of character they can lift a nation to greater heights of progress. It is also essential for the preservation of social values.

But discipline should be inborn and self-imposed rather than externally imposed. It should be a mode of life rather than an external compulsion. It is rightly said : discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.

Dear Students, I am sure that by practising self discipline and taking efforts, you are sure to accomplish your goals . . .

Mr. Sachin Pathak Trustee

Dear Students,

As this is my first message to you, I have penned down some important things which I strongly feel about. I am sure you would have heard about the concept of 'accountability'. It means you are responsible to somebody or for something. In all our deeds and daily work, we should be accountable for the smallest thing. Being accountable means

  • Accepting complete responsibility for your behaviour.
  • Admitting mistakes.
  • Admitting your limitation of knowledge.

Accountability can have a powerful practical value to achieving our goals and overcoming problems or issues. Being accountable takes a tremendous amount of character, courage and honesty. It definitely goes a long way in helping to create true and genuine personalities. The one who is a strong believer in accountability need not demand respect and trust, but he automatically and rightfully commands it.

Be accountable towards your actions, your deeds and ultimately to yourself.

Mr. Aspi Chhapgar Trustee

Dear Students,

We all are very well aware that nothing makes up for hard work. If you need to achieve your dreams in life, apart form having the right attitude and focus towards your goal, you need to work hard.

For one thing, you do not possess a natural gift for a certain job, because targeted natural gifts don't exist. You will achieve greatness only through an enormous amount of hard work over many years.

We need to understand that talent doesn't mean intelligence, motivation or personality traits. It's an innate ability to do some specific activity especially well.

Even the most accomplished people need around ten years of hard work before becoming world–class, a pattern so well established that the researchers call it the ten-year rule. They devote the most hours to deliberate practice.This definitely improves one's performance, and reaches for objectives beyond one's level of competence.

So dear students, in order to be successful in life, one definitely needs to work hard and practice hard too. All the very best for your future.

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