Our new campus is shaping up nicely and we are expected to shift in the last week of October 2014. The total cost of the building is more than 12 crores and will be able to accommodate around 500 students by 2015. 45 more children from far and wide districts like West Champaran and Kishanganj…Details
Merely funding NGOs not enough; philanthropists like Amit Chandra helping to build their ‘capacity’Economic Times, 7 Oct, 2014
Prolific donors like Chandra would like to see at least a few hundred NGOs operating on scale. His capacity-building forays are beginning to address shortcomings of NGOs that impede quick scale-up. Take Pipal Tree Foundation, which trains unemployed youth in the rural hinterland in skills like masonry, steel work for construction, plumbing and painting. It…Details
Dexterity 17 under17 is a unique talent identification, recognition, and support program designed by Dexterity Global in Boston and implemented by Team Dexterity in India. 17 students from SSK competed with students from around 20 schools of Patna. Eventually Rahul Kumar, X standard, made it to the finals held at IGSC Planetarium, Patna on 24th…Details
On 23rd August, Mrs. Pinki Sharma, a faculty member, organised a ‘Hygiene Week’ for class I where they learnt about the need for hygienic practices and the different ways one can keep himself clean. The class made posters on cleanliness and put up action songs about cleanliness.
On 16 August, 2014 senior students of SSK, accompanied by the faculty members, visited Tarumitra (Friends of Trees), a prominent bio-reserve with over 400 species of rare and vanishing trees. This bio-reserve not only imparted environmental education to the students but also exemplified eco-friendly ways of life demonstrated with adequate and sustainable examples in the…Details
Our students Chandan Kumar and Anoj Kumar of Class VII bagged the consolation prize in CBSE Sahodaya Spell Bee Contest organised at International School, CBSE Wing, Patna.
Our senior students were featured in the Livemint edition of July 16, 2014 where they talked about their dreams and aspirations. The link for the same is
Apoorva Singhal from Young India Fellowship visited SSK in the month of June and gave recommendations for landscaping and incorporating BALA (Building as Learning Aid) in our new school premises. Anahita Prasad, a XII std student from Sri Ram School, New Delhi volunteered at SSK in the month of August. She conducted many educational and…Details
Ms. Ritika Lal, a Teach for India fellow, joined SSK as Vice Principal. Ritika holds a Master’s degree in English Literature and has a diverse experience in teaching. Before joining SSK, she has taught in the junior section in reputed private schools in Kolkata (Ashok Hall Girls’ School and Mahadevi Birla High School) and as…Details