The Child Education Society, the apex body of Bal Bharati Public Schools and other institutions of higher education, was set up in the year 1944 during the pre-independence era when the elders thought that Indian culture, heritage, tradition and ethos must be preserved and fostered and in order to achieve these objectives, it became obligatory for the Society to educate the young people. Thus, the Society was registered under the Registration of Societies Act, 1860.
Today the affairs of the Sociey are managed by the Board of Management
consisting of eminent educationists and social workers and headed by Sh. L.R.
Channa, an eminent educationist and entrepreneur as the President of the
Society. Bal Bharati Public Schools are comprehensive, co-educational English
medium schools. Hindi enjoys its pride of place as the National Language in its
Each school is managed by a separate Managing Committee in accordance to the
rules as prescribed by the concerned State but will ultimately be responsible to
the Apex Body. The schools built by the Society are set in congenial
surroundings. They are housed in modern attractive buildings equipped with all
requisite facilities, well stocked libraries, laboratories, computers,
audio-visual equipment, facilities for creative arts, indoor and outdoor games
and swimming pools (wherever possible). Bal Bharati's educational philosophy is
inspired by the maximcountry's rich heritage and cultural background and opens opportunities for the development of different facets of the child's personality. Besides academic excellence and intellectual development, the school endeavours to help each child discover and develop one's innate talents and abilities. It seeks to instil in the children proper habits, positive attitudes and values such as truthfulness, unselfishness, self-respect, self control, sense of duty, good manners, fair play, team spirit, dignity of labour, punctuality, compassion, freedom of mind and a rational and scientific approach. Conscious effort is made to foster pride and love for the country and its great heritage and tradition of tolerance epitomised in the noble phrase
"The whole world is one family."