MIT Gurukul Sample - Facilities - Boarding


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Being the best boarding school in Pune, Vishwashanti Gurukul offers its students a homely and nurturing environment within its residential facilities. The lush green surroundings induce a sense of calm and stimulate the intellect among students. The on-campus boarding home incorporates girls and boys from ages 6-18 years. Giving due respect to the Guru-Shishya Parampara, the students at the Vishwashanti Gurukul boarding not only learn academics but absorb the life skills under the able guidance of their respective House Masters/Mistresses who are their caregiver and guides.

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Private boarding schools shoulder the responsibility of teaching students to become independent and instill a sense of self-respect, self-reliance and positive self-esteem. Care is taken in the Boarding to allow them to grow and develop as they would have at their homes only within a certain framework of discipline, conduct and behaviour.

Giving, sharing, helping & caring are a few by productive morals that the students pick up in the boarding as they pass through.
A student who embarks on a journey through an international boarding school like Vishwashanti Gurukul at a young age is sure to be a proud Gurukulian who will mark a niche for himself /herself in days to come. Students at Gurukul have always felt very comfortable as the Boarding encourages their potentials and talents to be explored and rewarded. ‘A home away from home’ is what Vishwashanti Gurukul Boarding stands by and gives the parents a reassurance that their wards are in safe and strong, yet loving and caring hands.


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Boarding at Vishwashanti Gurukul houses 8 main houses as follows: Agni, Prithvi, Jal, Vayu for senior boys; Akash for PYP Boys; Chitra House for PYP Girls and Swati and Revati for the senior girls. Keeping the Indian ethos, values and culture paramount the atmosphere in the boarding encompasses the overall development of the students. They feel like they are in their foster family and learn the values of everlasting friendships.

The residential boarding school offers comfortable accommodation to students, which is like a home away from home. There are separate residential facilities for boys and girls, sorted according to their respective houses – Agni, Prithvi, Jal, Vayu for senior boys; Akash for PYP Boys; Chitra House for PYP Girls and Swati and Revathi for the senior girls. Each house has its respective House Master/Mistress who perform the role of caregivers and guides to the students.

Residential Boarding Schools in India imbibe a culture of bonding and oneness among the students. Living away from their homes, children are nurtured to become independent, fearless, and confident. They tend to become self-reliant and poised and are well-equipped to deal with challenges in later life.