Education is constantly in a state of growth, and the Gurukul believes that if children are to be equipped to face the future effectively, then schools must be a part of the social growth of its society. Education must consider its responsibility to foster not only cognitive areas in the child, but also his/her affective (emotional and psycho-motor) areas. It is our constant endeavour to provide an environment that is emotionally enriching and aimed at instilling the values of reason, sensitivity, courage and integrity in our students.
Mr. Vikram Patel (Chairman)
A man with vision, he has a single-minded dedication to providing schools that are progressive, sensitive and can lead the nation. He firmly believes that schools have a critical role in shaping social realities, and equipping students to be responsible and sensitive citizens of a democracy.
Late Mr. Arun Burli (Director)
A Civil Engineer, he believed that no education
can be considered holistic until it teaches a basic respect
for all living things and the natural environment around us.
Mr. Iqbal Khan (Director)
A dynamic lawyer, he handles all legal and
financial aspects for the Bombay Cambridge Gurukul. He realizes
that the glory of any culture can only be enhanced if its
interpretation can be made in the context of the present and
thereby, the future. He considers the application of the latest
in information-technology as a means to increase the efficiency
and therefore, the quality of the school curriculum.
The Bombay Cambridge Gurukul
logo symbolizes the five basic elements - Earth, Water, Fire,
Air, and Ether. They are the basic substance of all Matter,
the Energy that breathes meaning into the Form it assumes. Education
is the realization of the true nature of this Form (the self),
it's potential to interact with the Environment, and to learn
and grow into higher realms of Thought. This describes the phrase
- Be Natural Through Social For Spiritual.
At the Bombay Cambridge Gurukul, we believe
that every child has a right to education and that education
must necessarily, to achieve its core objectives of learning,
be stress free. The school aims at creating a sense of pride
and belongingness in the child for his family, his school, and
his society. If he is to grow up to be a productive citizen,
he must feel the need to contribute to the betterment and progress
of the social and economic conditions of which he is a part.