Gaurs International School was bestowed with this award today by EDUCATION TODAY ... The award was given by Dr. Shyama Chona , Padmashree , Padma Bhushan Awardee , ex Principal of DPS . R.K.Puram . Mrs Manju Gaur , Director Gaurs International School , CEO Mr. Asheesh Kumar Sharma and Principal Mrs. Debaroti Bose received the award .
Gaurs International School is ranked no 4 for "Multi-Sports Culture Schools" in India among India’s Top Schools by "Grand Jury" Ranking 207-18 & a very prestigious school ranking magazine "Education World"
For your information, a Grand Jury of well-informed educationists and educators including Sumer Singh (Ex-Principal, Daly College/ Independent Education consultant), Shomie Das (Education Consultant), Dr. Shyama Chona (Tammana, School of Hope), Jerry Almeida (Founder, iCONGO. Management Consultant & Social Entrepreneur), Pritam Benjamin (Advisor and Education Consultant) and Fatima Agarkar (Co-Founder of KA EduAssociates) rated and ranked over 750 nominated (self or third party) schools in 11 categories of 21st century education excellence – Green Schools, STEAM Education Excellence, New Technologies Usage, Campus Architecture and Design, Community Outreach, Emerging High Potential Schools, Extraordinary Leadership, etc.
Rankings Awards 2017 was held at The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences, Gurgaon on September 22.
The EducationWorld Grand Jury Awards 2017 have been instituted to felicitate emerging schools making extraordinary efforts to introduce innovative 21st century practices in primary-secondary education.
Gaurs International School was awarded BEST SCHOOL in SPORTS INFRASTRUCTURE in INDIA by PEFI . The 3rd PEFI award ceremony was held on 11-08-2018 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Mrs Manju Gaur , Director Gaursons India Pvt Ltd received this award from the President of Delhi State BJP and Member of Parliament Mr. Manoj Tiwari.
Gaurs International School was appreciated by the former cabinet minister Mr. Ashok Pradhan for contributing in sports and supporting Physical Education
A greener cleaner world for our future generations has been and will always be the motto of Gaurs International School. As part of our life skills building program and inculcating an environment friendly attitude the students , teachers and parents of Gaurs International School extended their support to the " Rally for Rivers " campaign aimed at saving the dying revers of India.
The aim of the campaign was to generate awareness regarding the gravity of our rivers depleting. The students who are our next generation were made aware of the fact that the rivers are our lifeline and the very existence of human race is dependent upon the abundance of water in our rivers.
Students along with the teachers moved from door to door in different avenues of Gaur City I talking about how planting more and more trees can save rivers from drying. Their target was to touch 1000 families and help them realise their responsibility of saving the rivers by planting trees and avoiding wastage of water. Every drop of water counts and goes a long way in preserving for future generations. They requested each family to give a missed call on 8000980009 and extend their support towards the campaign. Students gifted each family a sapling of Tulsi which is the most auspicious plant in Indian culture as a token of gratitude for their support.
Students also made a human formation to spread awareness about the alarming condition of our rivers depleting and extend support to Rally for Rivers campaign. Their human formation became extremely popular all over India and was submitted as artwork.
This Artwork made by the students of Gaurs International School - " NEXT GENERATION RALLIES FOR THEIR RIGHT TO WATER" was ranked among the top 10 entries out of the 762 artworks displayed all over India in Rally for Rivers campaign. We were felicitated for our commendable efforts and awareness drive. We also won the 1st prize in the Weekly Winner contest from (Aug 31st - Sep 4th).
We participated in the campaign, Naya Bharat-Sankalp se Siddhi - launched by the government of India to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Quit India movement. We had submitted a Swachh Bharat video that illustrated Gaur city as Zero garbage city. It is a matter of great pride for us that our Director Mrs Manju Gaur has been honoured a certificate for this noteworthy achievement.