The school always maintains & promote a student friendly, secular, opportunity for all environment. This will be strengthening further.
The school will continuously strive for improved school attendance, performance of students, promoting English & Hindi language and overall personality of students through various inter-intra class competitions.
Helping various NGO's with the help of school students, teachers, alumni and SMC members for the upliftment of weaker section of the society.
Addressing social causes, promoting social awareness, sensitizing community through students on social issues.
The school will provide its teachers & students all the basic facilities in teaching/sports, promoting overall personality development of the children.
The school will strike to make online availability of the performance/participation/health profile of every child, enrolled with the school.
By the next three years, the school will create a mechanism to provide training to all children from class VIII onwards in a skill area which has utility in the local community and in the wider world of work.
The aim of any good school should be to provide the best possible education to the students. This, therefore, is the aim of Mother Teresa Public School. Our primary aim is to develop in the student qualities of integrity, honesty, trust. tolerance and compassion; to promote a spirit of enquiry; to foster a scientific temperament within the bonds of humanism; to help the student to become a meaningful part of his environment and to see that courage and industry have their due reward. The pursuit of excellence encouraged at Mother Teresa Public School rests on the positive belief that every man has it in him to produce work, the quality of which can be described as first class. Towards this end the school endeavours to provide an efficient and dedicated teaching staff with a wide range of skills and interests, enriched with the excitement of discovery, challenge and competitiveness and discipline based on the belief that responsibility comes before freedom.