Manju Rana

The School is a place where children are encouraged to say “I see it, I get it, and I can do it.”

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is one of the largest premier educational institutions in the region with a vision to excel in all spheres. Set up in 2004, we have journeyed through the past decade and gained the trust and appreciation of students and their parents alike. I personally believe that it is the synchronization of energy, synergy and ideas that has led the school to the zenith of excellence in a short span of time.

Our philosophy of education has always been meeting the needs of the individual child. Children acquire skills and knowledge easily if we can make surroundings stimulating and purposeful. In the 21st century, the Digital Revolution affects us all. Quite simply, it is changing everything: a brilliant barrage of information, entertainment, companionship and education is speedily available. In such a surrounding when work and effort is valued, curiosity and experimentation is encouraged, the child’s self -esteem is heightened, and from this results self-motivation. Moreover, a well tailored curricula and a high degree of professionally groomed and self motivated mentors facilitate a healthy and conducive environment, to impart quality education.

Our dynamic staff works tirelessly to build and strengthen character that will not crumble when tested in the crucible of life, and to develop qualities of good leadership that can be employed in the future for the creation of a superior nation. We believe in nurturing Multiple Intelligences and honing life-skills as our constant endeavor to shape well-rounded personalities. The canvas of our co-curricular activities is large, varied and hands on with productive creative experiences. A ‘Jaipurian’ will not only have the essential skills but also the right attitude and values that will make him a contributing citizen of the global community. We strongly believe that it pays to pursue excellence and to quote Aristotle, “Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. It is not an act but a habit.” This is in our ethos, where we try and excel at everything that we do regularly, be it academic or co-curricular activities. We welcome you all to be partners in this journey of excellence.

Manju Rana