Jan
21
2017
LIST FOR PROVISIONAL ADMISSION TO CLASS–XI (2017-18) FOR SHRI SHIKSHAYATAN SCHOOL STUDENTS
Jan
21
2017
CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR ADMISSION. (SESSION - 2017-2018) (CLASS - UKG)
Jan
17
2017
Notice for classes 6 to 10 regarding Farewell of class XII
Jan
16
2017
INTERVIEW NOTICE FOR SESSION 2017-2018 (CLASS - UKG)
Jan
16
2017
AISSCE 2017 for class XII
Jan
16
2017
Practice Test for classes VI to VIII
Jan
16
2017
Practice Test for IX and X
Jan
16
2017
Remedial Classes for IX and X
Jan
13
2017
Important Notice for Provisional Admission to Class XI (2017-2018) (Humanities Stream)
Jan
13
2017
Notice regarding Remedial Class for classes VI, VII, VIII
Jan
13
2017
Date Sheet for SA 2 classes VI, VII & VIII
Jan
13
2017
Dispersal Notice for class XII on 16-01-2017
Jan
09
2017
PROVISIONAL ADMISSION TO CLASS–XI (2017-18) IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER SCHOOLS
Jan
09
2017
CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR ADMISSION. 2nd LIST (SESSION - 2017-2018) (CLASS - LKG)
Jan
03
2017
PROVISIONAL ADMISSION TO CLASS–XI (2017-18) IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SHRI SHIKSHAYATAN SCHOOL STU
Jan
02
2017
Notice for Students of Class XI
Dec
27
2016
INTERVIEW NOTICE FOR 2nd List (SESSION 2017-2018) (CLASS - LKG)
Dec
24
2016
Admission Notice For Class - Upper KG. Session 2017-2018
Dec
22
2016
Notice regarding Dispersal of class XII during Selection Examination.
Dec
22
2016
ASL of classes IX, X and XI.
Dec
17
2016
Notice Regarding Online Admission Process
Dec
06
2016
FA 4 TIME TABLE for classes VI to VIII
Dec
05
2016
CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR ADMISSION. (SESSION - 2017-2018) (CLASS - LKG)
Dec
05
2016
FA 4 Roster for classes IX and X
Nov
29
2016
Time Table of Selection Examination 2017 for Class XII
Oct
04
2016
Notice for Blazers of classes IX to XI
Aug
30
2016
Admission Notice For Class - Lower KG. Session 2017-2018
Apr
01
2016
Notice For Uniform - Primary & Secondary Section.
Apr
01
2016
Procedure for Online Fees payment
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.
Sports

Basketball

Basketball is one of the world's most popular sports. It is a fast paced indoor team sport, requiring good levels of skill, speed, agility and endurance. And it is a lot of fun too.Expert coaches in these games are there to guide the children.

Volleyball

Volleyball is an Olympic team sport in which two teams of six active players, separated by a high net, each try to score points against one another by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organized rules. The complete rules of volleyball are extensive, but in general, play proceeds as follows. Points are scored by grounding the ball on the opponents' court, or when the opponent commits a fault. The first team to reach 25 points wins the set and the first team to win three sets wins the match. Teams can contact the ball no more than three times before the ball crosses the net, and consecutive contacts must be made by different players. The ball is usually played with the hands or arms, but players can legally strike or push (short contact) the ball with any part of the body. Through time, volleyball has developed to involve common techniques of spiking, passing, blocking, and setting, as well as specialised player positions and offensive and defensive structures. Because many plays are made above the top of the net, vertical jumping is an athletic skill emphasised in volleyball. This article focuses on competitive indoor volleyball, which is carefully regulated and played indoors. Numerous variations of volleyball have developed for casual play, as has the Olympic spin-off sport beach volleyball.

Swimming

Archaeological and other evidence shows swimming to have been practiced as early as 2500 bce in Egypt and thereafter in Assyrian, Greek, and Roman civilizations. In Greece and Rome swimming was a part of martial training and was, with the alphabet, also part of elementary education for males. In the Orient swimming dates back at least to the 1st century bce, there being some evidence of swimming races then in Japan. By the 17th century an imperial edict had made the teaching of swimming compulsory in the schools. Organized swimming events were held in the 19th century before Japan was opened to the Western world. Among the preliterate maritime peoples of the Pacific, swimming was evidently learned by children about the time they walked, or even before. Among the ancient Greeks there is note of occasional races, and a famous boxer swam as part of his training. The Romans built swimming pools, distinct from their baths. In the 1st century bce the Roman Gaius Maecenas is said to have built the first heated swimming pool.

Swimming Pool - 2014 Notice