An excellent social initiative by a student of the Aravali campus, Aariz Faisal

Proud to share an excellent social initiative by a student of the Aravali campus, Aariz Faisal. Help India Learn is an initiative committed to bringing education to all children regardless of their background and financial standing. The initiative endeavours to connect volunteer teachers with Non Profit Schools ensuring that every child can avail of the education. They currently have over 120 not-for-profit primary schools in Gurgaon. All of these schools are understaffed. Please sign up if you can to help educate these children in need.Help India Learn



16th Founder’s Day of our Aravali campus

At our 16th Founder’s Day of our Aravali campus last week, we had the honour of hosting Mr. Ravi Kalra, Founder & President of The Earth Saviours Foundation as our Chief Guest. Mr. Kalra is responsible for leading a lot of civil society campaigns in the public space, including the “Do Not Honk” campaign to curb noise pollution. He is also responsible for the respectful cremation of over 5000 unclaimed/unidentified bodies, where he offers his helping hand voluntarily to cremate them with prayers, so that their souls can rest in peace. A truly inspiring human being, Mr. Kalra shared his journey with our students, staff and parents.

Award 2015-2016 for the Best Rainwater Harvesting System amongst participating schools!

We’re super proud to announce that our Moulsari campus has won the Green Schools Programme Award 2015-2016 for the Best Rainwater Harvesting System amongst participating schools! Ms. Nandita Mohan, our environment co-ordinator received the award from Ms. Sunita Narain and Mr. Tom Alter at the ceremony held last week!


TSRS organises one-day event on sustainable living

Students of The Shri Ram School, Aravali, organised a one-day event — Mad about Environment — with the theme ‘back to nature’ on the school premises on Saturday.

During the event, students of all classes displayed the work they conceptualised and put together as part of their in-class activity over the year. The projects covered an array of environment-related topics, including renewable energy, biomimicry, sustainable cities and so on.

The students also displayed innovative projects to resolve daily and as well as long-term environmental concerns. These included methods for rainwater harvesting and cleaning of river Yamuna. The event also featured stalls where students displayed futuristic transport.

“I displayed the project to clean Yamuna. A lot of research was done to understand the ways to clean the river with minimum effects on the ecosystem. I would like to propose this idea to the government as well after studying the issue in depth,” Manan, a class 9 student, said.


Mad about environment was jointly conceptualised as a day with friends and family, where there was scope for both learning and enjoyment.

Students also performed streetplays and dances.

“It was a great day here. There are so many small things that we do, which affect the environment so adversely but go unnoticed. This has been a fun learning experience,” Neha Kapoor, a parent, said.

The teachers as well as parents participated in the event with enthusiasm. They helped the students display their projects.

Manika Sharma, the director of The Shri Ram School, said, “Renewable energy, biomimicry, water management, waste management, futuristic food, transport and apparel — all of this and more were the theme of the Mad about Environment festival held at the Shri Ram School.”

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The Shri Ram School had sent a group of students to attend a debate on climate change on NDTV Dialogue

The panel consisted of Mr Piyush Goyal, Cabinet Minister for Power, Coal and Renewable Energy and Mr. Ashwani Kumar, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science and Technology and Forests and Environment.

The Heads of Environment – Sanya Kochar and Vimanyu Awal, got the opportunity to ask the Minister some questions.

TSRS Students at NDTV

Annual Career Fair @ The Aravali campus on Friday, 20th November !

We’re excited to announce that our Annual Career Fair will be hosted at the Aravali campus this Friday, 20th November! With over 69 universities from both India and across the world setting up stalls to answer any and every query about admissions, courses offered etc., the fair promises to provide great value. Students and parents of grades 9-12 from both senior campuses, Aravali & Moulsari, are invited to attend the fair.




A super proud moment for the entire TSRS family

Mega News to start off the morning – our Aravali under-17 boys, under-17 girls, under-19 boys and under-19 girls teams are CHAMPIONS at the NWR Tournament held earlier this week at Ahmadabad! They all move forward to the national level championship! A super proud moment for the entire TSRS family. Huge congratulations to all the teams, coaches and support staff!

Sports team- TSRS