May
25
2016
PROVISIONAL ADMISSION TO CLASS–XI (2016-17) FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER SCHOOL
May
25
2016
New session begins for class XI (2016-2017)
May
24
2016
Shri Shikshayatan School (CBSE) Requires Lady Teachers
May
21
2016
CANDIDATES SHORTLISTED FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATION AND INTERVIEW FOR ADMISSION TO CLASS XI (2016-2017)
May
12
2016
ADMISSION TO CLASS–XI (2016-17) FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER SCHOOL
May
09
2016
Dispersal Timing of Class XII After Exam
May
09
2016
Orientation Programme for Class XI (2016-2017) on June 11, 2016.
May
07
2016
Dispersal of VI to X and XII on 10/05/2016 for Annual Day practice.
May
07
2016
Fees Payment - Submitting of Demand Draft Extended till 10/05/2016.
May
04
2016
Notice for Secondary Section - 11th May 2016 & 12th May 2016
Apr
21
2016
FA1 Time Table For Written Assessment of Classes VI, VII & VIII
Apr
20
2016
NOTICE FOR STUDENTS OF CLASS IX AND X, FA1 (10 MARKS WRITTEN ASSESSMENT)
Apr
15
2016
DATE SHEET OF UNIT TEST 1 - CLASS XII
Apr
15
2016
DATE SHEET ALONGWITH SHOWING ANSWER SCRIPTS UNIT TEST 1 - CLASS XII
Apr
01
2016
Notice For Uniform - Primary & Secondary Section.
Apr
01
2016
Procedure for Online Fees payment
Mar
18
2016
Fees Structure for LKG to V for Session 2016-2017
Mar
18
2016
Class List of UPPER KG for the Session 2016-2017 (SectionWise)
Feb
26
2016
Class List of LOWER KG for the Session 2016-2017 (SectionWise)
Feb
19
2016
Notice For Uniform - Primary & Secondary Section.
Feb
17
2016
Time Table AISSCE XII - 2016
Feb
16
2016
School Uniform and Book Distribution for the New Session 2016 – 2017 - Primary Section
Feb
09
2016
TIME TABLE SA 2 FOR CLASSES IX & X
Jul
16
2015
DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION 2015 - 16TH July 2015 DOCUMENTARY FILM
Jul
07
2015
Notice Regarding Caution Money Refund For Class X & Class XII Passed Out Students for 2014-2015
Apr
21
2015
Student Login and Password for Online Payment of the school fees for the Session 2015-2016
Achievement
Shri Shikshayatan School - Holiday List
The Program Calendar of Shri Shikshayatan school.
About School

In 1920, the Indian scenario of women education was quite depressing owing to the tremendous lack of social awareness. To popularize the concept of educating young girls and to meet the growing need of providing quality education at a reasonable cost to girl students, a small but progressive school, Marwari Balika Vidyalaya, with classes only till Standard IV, was established in 1920 in Burrabazar, under the stewardship of Shri Ghanshyamdas Birla and Shri Jugalkishore Birla by a body of enlightened members of the Rajasthani community settled in Kolkata.

3rd January 1954 saw the genesis of Shri Shikshayatan School. It is the dream child of its founder body Marwari Balika Vidyalaya Society. This is a school dedicated to the education of girl students by ensuring simultaneous development of the Spirit, Mind and Body. Since then, the school has grown in all dimensions to become a pre-eminent institution of academic excellence in the city of Kolkata. Nurtured carefully since then, the Society went on to expand its educational activities and started two more institutions – Shri Shikshayatan School and Shri Shikshayatan College at 11, Lord Sinha Road, Kolkata-700 071. Both these institutions have earned acclaim over the years to become premier educational institutions in Kolkata, due to the untiring dedication of Late Sitaramji Seksaria and Late Bhagirathmalji Kanoria, two of the esteemed Trustees of the Society. Shri Shikshayatan School is a centre for providing quality education keeping in mind the rich and diverse heritage of India.

 

 

Our Motto

“Tammasya Ma Jyotirgamya”

 

Our Vision

To impart value based education to students so that they are competent to handle global challenges.

 

Our Mission

To create a congenial child friendly environment in which each pupil develops her intellectual ability, interpersonal skills, creative energy, a spirit of empathy to develop a global perspective which will enhance the students potential to create global citizens and give them a head start in life.

 

 

 

Our Objectives

It is our objectives to ensure that in a safe, tranquil, stimulating and intellectually challenging environment, all students shall have ample opportunity to

 

  • Acquire habits of curiosity, reflection, mental flexibility, independence and self-discipline.

  • Attain skills and attitudes which will fit them for life in the rapidly changing world of a

    new millennium.

  • Fulfill their academic, cultural, sporting and social potential, including the achievement of

    optimum

    academic results.

  • Maintain openness and respect in the face of racial, cultural, religious and linguistic diversity.

  • Develop a confident understanding of what they and other individuals can and should

    achieve for themselves, for the environment and forInternational Society.