Message from Chairperson

The Kirsan international public school has been established with the objective of creating centers of excellence for education in the field of basic elementary, secondary and higher secondary education, training, research and developing entrepreneurship. The founder and president of the school Dr. N. D. Kirsan is highly qualified having being, M.Phil, M.A., LL.M., and Ph.D. in Gandhian Thought.  

He is an academician and lawyers as well as excellent  administrator who has versatile experience in the field of education and human resource  development.

  The President has an urge to develop excellent educational facilities for the aspiring students. He has kept a very clear vision in developing such institution for promoting competitive and best education to every child. To achieve this objective, he has in his mind  to appoint very experienced and dedicated faculty, to provide an excellent infrastructure facility, well equipped laboratories, classrooms and very rich library. He also seeks to create academic environment in which student can learn and develop his personality. He is also eager to collaborate this school with other educational institute of higher standards for reaching excellence in the field of education.

Our Belief System

Children are not just roll numbers, they are unique individuals. Each child has a unique brain network that shapes how she absorbs and responds to stimuli. One way of teaching does not work for every child. We need to teach the way they learn, not force them to learn the way we teach.

A school’s role is to develop whole individual, not just complete the syllabus. School is not an assembly line of syllabus and exams. Schools help children make meaning of life and develop the muscle to lead life  actively. For this, schools have to expand beyond academics to include life skills, values, and habits.

Holistic development needs partnership between School and Parents. Schools need to enroll and educate parents so that the child gets a seamless environment between school and home, which is conducive to her development.

Schools need an integrated approach cantered on the child. Schools need to begin with a vision of the child they aim to graduate and then design everything around that vision. Building design, pedagogy, teachers, curriculum content, activities and examinations – all need to be integrated to achieve this vision.