The Birla International School, founded by the Birla Education Trust, is a fully residential co-educational school affiliated to the CBSE, Delhi. The Birla Education Trust has the distinction of being one of the oldest educational trusts in India. The motto of the school is “Minds on Wings”.
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Dear Parents/ Students,
We welcome you to Birla International School, Kishangarh, the latest offering from the House of Birlas, a name which is synonymous with excellence in education. We have created this school for the future global Leaders. Individuals who in the knowledge society can think globally and create a better world. At the same time they will also be able to intervene pragmatically on local issues to create a better India.. Our Motto “Minds on Wings” symbolizes our quest to be creative in all that we do. The challenge of learning, the challenge of addressing the issues of multiple intelligences and the challenge of technology, we meet all these in our unique way by creating learning conditions in the classroom which are unique for every child. Thus we respect the diversity among children so that their minds can wear the wings and fly.
We teach our children the power of silence and the power of love and oneness to awaken the genius within them so that all problems are tackled in a unique manner. We have created a responsive campus with excellent support services to enhance the quality of pastoral care. Our collective aim is to create personalities which are global in spirit but Indian in their thoughts and action. We believe that a good school should promote humaneness and other soft skills which go on to make a better world.
We began our journey on 01 July 2010 and the school was formally inaugurated on 16 Jan 2011 by Dr. (Mrs.) Sarala Birla in the presence of our Patriarch Syt. BK Birla, our trustee Syt. SK Birla and Mrs. Sumangla Birla. Our staff is determined to work towards creating a world class school. Which fills the vacuum of leadership in our society. The complexities of modern existence are known to all. The easy way out is to join the bandwagon which often means exploiting the system and our national wealth. Very few can rise above the narrow parochial self and provide leadership to modern states. Our experiment with democracy though quite successful has yet many pitfalls. We in BIS wish to take up the challenge to create a better world which means better leaders. I hope you will all join us in our endeavour.