After independence, India initiated an agricultural expansion program to ensure food security; under which tremendous use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides became the norm. This has led to serious health hazards for humans and the environment. To bring awareness about the same, we promote natural farming on the campus. Hands-on work in the soil inculcates dignity of labour, team work and patience.
We try to ensure that students are enriched in a holistic way by exposing them to the profound Indian culture. We follow Satya Sai Education in Human Values (SSEHV) curriculum, which incorporates value-based teaching and instils virtues such as truth, love, peace, right conduct and non–violence among children.
Yoga’s innate ability to cease the mental chatter and live in the moment reduces stress, showing profound benefits in every sphere of life. We conduct the ten-day course on Siddha Samadhi Yoga (SSY) on the campus. Regular Yoga and meditation sessions are an integral part of our routine.