• April 24th, 2018
The Essence of Friendship

“The world would be so lonely, in sunny hours or grey, without the gift of friendship, to help us every day. The world is so beautiful to live, love and to share if we have true friends. Friends in real sense are those who stand by us in thick and thin, in bright and dark days, in rain and sunshine moments. They are the real pillars of support and pillars of ease.” The Morning Assembly on Satu

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  • April 20th, 2018
Our Nation’s Strength

What makes a nation’s pillars high; And its foundations strong? What makes it mighty to defy; The foes that round it throng? It is not gold. Its kingdoms grand; Go down in battle shock; Its shafts are laid on sinking sand, Not on abiding rock….but Brave men who work while others sleep, Who dare while others fly… They build a nation’s pillars deep; And lift them to the sky. Thus wrote A

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  • April 18th, 2018
A Visit to the Regional Museum of Natural History

Museum is a wonderful place which provides a memorable learning experience to the people. It is a place that introduces one to unknown world and things that stimulates their imagination. It houses and preserves important documents and information on wide ranging things which are used for research work or study. A museum provides an informal and unique learning environment that inspires lifelong in

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  • April 16th, 2018
Importance of Literacy

The progress and development of any Nation depends on the level of literacy of its people. A literate Nation will not only be able to lead others but also be a beacon for them. Although Education is a basic human Right, according to the latest data of UNESCO, around 750 million people around the world are still illiterate. One of the most important skills that we learn at school is how to read and

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  • April 13th, 2018
Save Water

Water is a resource that is used by everybody every single day. But as it is not a limitless resource and is fast disappearing, it has become one of the greatest concerns for mankind. We don’t understand the importance of the life saving liquid unless we face water-crisis ourselves. Water Resource Management Organizations all over the World have revealed this alarming reality that by 2050 the to

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  • April 12th, 2018
Students’ Day Out

Various researches and studies suggest that students understand more through hands-on experience. An outing or an educational trip has immense benefit on them as they enable the students to learn through experience, interact with diversified people, and make memories with peers and above all gives a great time to bond. On Sunday, April 8, 2018 the students visited the 2nd biggest zoological park i

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  • January 23rd, 2018
Importance of boarding schools

Did you ever wonder why some of the best educational institutions in India are boarding schools? Boarding schools or Residential schools have always shown a record rate of success in getting the students prepared for the competitive world. It not only teaches the children the importance of companionship and teamwork but also make them independent and individualistic. The entire environment is crea

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  • January 12th, 2018
Enriching the Educational Experience

The SAI International Residential School (SIRS) is a journey of self-discovery for a child as he/she grows to a young adult. At SIRS knowledge becomes a liberating experience as the student will be encouraged to discover his/her interests, talents and aptitudes, learn to form opinions and play a role in the society. This is achieved in a nurturing environment, where the mentor and the mentee live

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  • January 9th, 2018
How boarding school builds your child’s career

In this fiercely competitive world, individuals need to be the very best version of themselves to be successful and victorious. A year or two of training is not adequate; people need to be groomed from their early stages of educational awakening. Boarding schools are well-organized and equipped in providing the right kind of opportunity for the students to grow up with an elevated chance of succee

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  • January 9th, 2018
Humbly Human

We, at SIRS, follow the teachings of Shri SAI Baba of Shirdi, carefully stitching them into the various activities of the day. I care to address ‘Humanism’ as it is one of the many virtues Shri SAI Baba believed in and practiced. Today, as we are in this unending rat race to achieve, we often forget to address and deal with people around us as humans, who have feelings, if I may say, just like

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