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ABOUT SETH M. R. JAIPURIA SCHOOL, BABATPUR BANARAS
Seth M. R. Jaipuria Schools Banaras is led by doyens ofexceptional vision who have always remained concernedabout developing next generation of thought leaders.Jaipuria has been known to the city of Varanasi for centuries.A heritage spanning over seven decades and fourgenerations that distinguishes Jaipuria from the others are apremier education identity of the country, with four management institutes of repute and over twenty (andcounting) K-12 schools, which have gained the trust ofpeople of the country. Jaipuria Schools made its headwayinto the mystical city of Varanasi in 2014 with a state-of-the artschool at Parao under the aegis of Unique SocialFoundation. Continuing the commitment to provide highquality education, the second Jaipuria campus of Banaras iscoming up in 2017 at Babatpur under the aegis ofVivekanand Educational Society. The pledge undertaken by all at Jaipuria is to provide superior quality education andinternational standard facilities to thestudents of the city.Today the name ‘Jaipuria’ is synonymous with excellence ineducation.
True education is an act of awakening a latent mind andfilling it with new insights into the world. It is the neverendingprocess of liberating a mind from the darkness ofignorance to the light of knowledge, new perspectives anddeeper understanding. Essentially, all good education formsa support system for hidden talents to emerge and for thestudent to go on and excel in life.
At Seth M. R. Jaipuria Schools Banaras, we understand thepower of education. We aim to provide our students with atransformational experience; one that will liberate theirminds, encourage them to think out of the box, to learn andimbibe the nuances of management practices, to innovateand to make informed choices.
At Jaipuria, we do not merely educate, we empower. That’sexactly why our ethos is built around the student, theindividual who yearns for knowledge. The curriculum andpedagogy at Jaipuria makes the student a partner, an activeparticipant in the teaching-learning process.
In the larger scheme of things, our education system needsto be re-vitalised. For instance, we have the most number ofengineering graduates in the world, but that has nottranslated into much technological innovation here. We arebusy running the call centres of the rest of the world – that is where our engineering skills end. The goal of our neweducation system should be to create entrepreneurs,innovators, artists, scientists, thinkers and writers who canestablish the foundation of knowledge based economyrather than the low-quality service provider nation that weare turning into.
Seth M. R. Jaipuria Schools Banaras is not just an academicinstitution but a cult – a covenant that becomes a hallmark inthe scholar’s life and in whose portals the destiny of thenation is shaped.