Saint School, Ajmer
Established - 1993
1990, Hazrat Inam Hasan Gudri Shah, the current Head of the Gudri Shahi Order of Sufis, started the school as a non-formal education centre.
Later in 1993, the then Head of the Order, Dr. Zahuru Hassan Sharib
Gudri Shah IV provided land and building for the school, and the
foundation of the Sufi Saint School was laid as a formal educational
institiue. The School is registered and recognised since 1993.
The school aims
To bring together children from different communities, irrespective of their caste, creed, colour, religion and gender and to provide them free/subsidised education in order to make them self sustained.
To promote the feeling of harmony, peace and universal brotherhood so that the students may become better citizens of this world.
The school is situated on a small hill facing the Ana Sagar Lake and offers an open, clean and noise-free environment. Centrally located, the school is easily accessible by road.
The school has grown very quickly. In a short span of about 8 years since it was initiated, the number of it’s students has risen from about 40 in 1993 to about 300 in 2001. The popularity of the school is still growing fast. It is estimated that soon we shall have about 500 children.
The school has 11 classrooms and teaches children right from nursery and Primary Classes up to the Secondary Classes (grade 10). At the moment, there are 14 regular teachers to teach various subjects apart from part-time faculty and visiting guests.
Study & Syllabus
The School teaches all the prescribed subjects according to the official government recommendations. The syllabus also includes free computer education for its students from the 5th to Secondary Classes.
Extra Curricular activities
The school provides a small playground for children and encourages overall development. An annual function is held, which is a platform for children to participate in dance, music, drama, painting and other activities.Additionally, students are regularly encouraged and guided in alternate forms of education.