to the School
The Sri Sai Baba Super
Spirituality Hospital Trust is
constructing an International Public School located on
the outskirts of Rishikesh.
The school is called Sri Sai Baba International
This school project is planned with
the divine blessings of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
unique educational concept is developed by Guruji.
The School was inaugurated in July
2005. It started with the
Primary Level and it will gradually be developed into
Secondary Level and then towards HSC to teaching
The School is a
non-profit making institution. It is a co-educational institute
having day boarding concept with a modern hostel
attached. The medium of instruction is English
and it will be affiliated with the Central Board of
Secondary Education, New Delhi, India.
The Aims and Ideals
The school motto is “nasti vidya samam tapah”.
It means that there is no penance like education.
The project is based on ideals
of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and will confer on its
alumni the confidence and courage, the knowledge
and skill to shape their careers by their own efforts,
standing on their own feet and relying on their own
strength. Spiritual education is being
integrated harmoniously with the teaching of ethical
and physical sciences.
education systems are aimed at producing employees.
However, this institution is expected to
offer value-based education to the students with a
task of raising the human beings to the level of
intellectualism and divinity. The five basic human
values being propagated by Sai Baba are: Sathya
truth), Dharma (to practise duty), Shanti
(develop inner peace),
Prema (cultivate love towards all humanity) and to follow
Ahimsa (non-violence) in day-to-day activities. All these five human
values will form the basic nature of training in the
school. The aim of the institution will be to Speak
and Practise Righteousness. These values, when
cherished by the students, will be an inspiration to
others to lead such a value-based life.
educational concept in based
on four columns:
Normal Curriculum: There will be the normal
curriculum. Medium of
instruction will be English. All children will be
given the opportunity to learn three languages
(English, Hindi and, for example, in the case of
overseas students, their native language).
Vocational Training: In the 6th class,
be a test of every student to find out his or her
special interests, abilities and talents. According
to their results, they will be trained in their special
field (e.g. Audio-Visual, Computers, Welding,
Carpentry, Automotive Engineering, Electrical
and Music) so that they would have completed a
vocational training when they leave the school. After leaving school, this
will help them to become self-employed. If
they wish, they can continue in higher education in
their chosen subjects to become an engineer, for
Spiritual Education: This
includes breathing exercises, meditation,
self-purification (Pooja) and yoga.
Sports and Physical Training:
In addition to the official syllabus, there will be
sports such as swimming, horse riding and hiking.
The Structure Within
Temple The main structure in this complex
will be a beautiful temple dedicated to
Ganesha and Devi Saraswati (the
Goddess of Learning).
comprising the administrative centre for primary
level, classrooms for accommodating students for
Primary Level (i.e. from Nursery to 5th
standard), computer labs, playroom, music room.
with administrative centre, classrooms for
accommodating students for Secondary Level (i.e. from
6th to 12th standard) and a
with separate hostels for girls and boys. The
hostel will have a capacity of over 100 students who
will get adequate facilities to make them feel at
home. Hobbies and spiritual activities will be
with the vocational training, canteen and rooms for
with a capacity of 1000 students
(generator), Sports Facilities
(swimming pool etc.)
The school will cater for day scholars as well as
outsiders. Scholarship will be provided to a
percentage of poor local people with no caste barrier.
Overseas children will form part of the school.
The school year
begins in April. Holidays are in summer (during
May and June for 8 weeks) and in winter (during
December and January for 10 days).
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