The school implies the pedagogy of ‘Engaging the Learner’ and ‘Interdisciplinary Approach’ to enhance the teaching learning experience of the youth by moving beyond lectures towards the application of engaging activities, discussions, videos, quizzes, games, and varied online creative resources. Technology is integrated into the teaching-learning process, with every classroom being an IT-enabled learning room. The methodology encourages students to be active learners for the promotion of conceptual understanding and reflective practices.

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It offers the nationally accepted and extremely dynamic CBSE curriculum. Besides being broad – based and vibrant, the curriculum is flexible enough to keep abreast with the latest developments and trends in the field of education. This curriculum is followed from grades K-12.

The school provides the students with a ‘Buffet Approach’ within the ambit of learning that makes it possible for us to serve our Senior Secondary students with three main streams – Science, Commerce and Humanities that have a wide spectrum of subjects to choose from. In addition, the school offers a choice for third Language Module – French, German and Sanskrit with Hindi being compulsory. Besides these subjects, students are also exposed to General Studies, Work Experience and Physical and Health Education. This interdisciplinary approach to education has given birth to innovative learning strategies that are applied in the teaching learning process.

In the attempt to provide holistic learning, the school, facilitates sessions on Life Skills, Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Development. Life Skills are the skills that one needs to build a happy and successful life and provide young adolescents with a set of tools, skills and winning attitudes, which can help them to become all that they are capable of becoming. Special Value Education and Life Skill session by trained counselors endow the students with value based learning foe effective learning.