Birla International, Focusing On Constructivism In Learning, Independence In Thinking And Universal Rhyme

Great Indian Schools

The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great place To Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India. This episode talks about the world class infrastructure, positive setting, innovative teaching methods that Birla International School provides.

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The season 2 of Great Indian schools – an initiative by Great place To Study is on a quest to discover the greatest schools in India.

This episode talks about the world class infrastructure, positive setting, innovative teaching methods that Birla International School provides.

About-

Situated on a large estate of 48 acres, with many playing fields and buildings which represents the traditional architecture of Rajasthan, this school has a lot to offer to its students. This school is a Pilani institution which is located on Jaipur-Ajmer highway, established in 2010. The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Focusing on the overall development this school encourages talent of all kinds and aims to endeavor, to stretch the intellectual and creative capacity of individuals.

“Birla education trust are the pioneers in the field of education for the last so many decades. Birla International School is one of the pillars of modern education, which has been set up by Birla Education Trust. By following this philosophy what we are doing is that we are developing children not only in academics, because academics is an important aspect of the education system, but along with scoring marks we are also ensuring that they develop their wholesome personality.” - Commander (Dr) LK Jain (Retd) (Principal, BIS)

Education beyond classroom -

Apart from the academics this school focuses on the holistic development of a child. The luscious green campus spread across 48 acres, this school provides many opportunities to students in the fields of sports. They have fields for cricket, basketball and volleyball. They also have rifle shooting rage and horse-riding. They encourage students to take part in many activities of music, art and dance.

Watch the full episode of Birla International School and find out why it made it to the list of Great Indian Schools.

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