Thursday, April 19, 2007

Press releases

Dear Reader this post is a compilation of all the news that appeared in the media about the school.

The Hindu, July 26, 2006

Kelambakkam school students witness mock fire drill

Staff Reporter

CHENNAI: The Fire and rescue services Kancheepuram Chengai District division demonstrated its skill to the students of Sushil Hari International Residential School, Kelambakkam through a mock fire drill. The team demonstrated to the students various classes of fire and modes of extinguishing them.

Mr Vijayasekar Divisional head gave a power point presentation to the students and teachers highlighting the causes of fire.

Siva Sankar Baba founder of the school said that as a part of curriculum, students gained a treasure of knowledge through frequent educational tours, workshops/demonstrations of such nature.

Yoga therapy

The students had witnessed programmes on Yoga therapy, traffic awareness, and a novel music composition by a kitchen orchestra during last month.

The Hindu, July 25, 2006

Reporter's Diary

An interesting question
School students here rarely get a chance to get professional counselling. In this context, students of Sushil Hari School at Kelambakkam can be called a trifle lucky as they got to interact with psychiatrist Dr. Rudran last week.

They sought answers on how to overcome their fears and anxieties.

One interesting question was: does the media today influence students and disturb their concentration. Dr. Rudran's answer: Media has been influencing people even since his days in school.

The Hindu, April 4, 2006
Career Counseling Fair

Lions Club International District 325A5 along with an NGO Samratchana, conducted a career counseling fair at Sushil Hari School, Kelambakkam. Dr. Sushila Mariappan, Director, University Students Advisory Bureau, Madras University, detailed the various courses offered by the University. Experts from Corporate and Universities discussed various programs and s avenues available in terms of future studies, distance education programs and career prospects. Around 1250 students benefited from the program. Sri Shivashankar Baba, founder of Sushil Hari School, launched the free permanent career counseling cell at school. It will help students of schools in and around Chengalpattu district.

Deccan Chronicle, April 8, 2006
Career Counseling Fair held in the City

Lions Club International District 325A5 along with Samratchana conducted a mega career counseling fair at Sushil Hari School, Kelambakkam. Dr. Sushila Mariappan, Director, University Students Advisory Bureau, Madras University, in her keynote address detailed the various courses offered by the University. Experts from several Corporate and Universities discussed at length the various avenues available in terms of future studies, distance education programs and career prospects. Around 1250 students benefited from the counseling mela.

List of Exhibitors

Bharathi College for Women
Blue Sky Immigration and Consultants
Brilliant Group of Institutes
Catering College, Erode
Chennai Silks
D.G. Vaishnav College for Visual Communication
Hospitality Academy
Indian Institute of Beauty Therapy
ING Vysya Bank
Institute of Cost and Work Accountants
Kannika Parameshwari College for Women
L.V. Prasad Film and TV academy
MM Polymer
Mohd. Sathak College of Arts and Sciences
St. Peters Engineering College
Princeton Review
Raagas Dental College
Resource & Access
Samratchana Computer Academy
Sankara Nethralaya
Sri Srivari Constructions
SRM Institute of Science and Technology

The Hindu, March 23rd, 2006
Career Guidance Seminar

A Career Guidance Seminar was conducted by Sushil Hari International Residential School in association with Rotary Club of Madras Central in the school premises. The seminar was expected to benefit X and XII standard students at making important choices in their career. Ms. Sudha Umashankar, District Chairman, Vocational services inaugurated the seminar and gave a talk on the emerging opportunities available for +2 students. In her interactive address, she asked the student participants on what their career aims were and exhorted them to work hard towards their goal.

Mr.J. Krishnan in his address to the students talked about the various opportunities available in the airline industry. Prof. Mariappan discussed the various avenues available for Biotechnologists. Mrs. Revathi Raghunathan talked about the various aspects involved in pursuing a career as a Chartered accountant. Mr. R. Venkata Narayanan, Director, Vocational Service touched upon the various characteristics essential for anyone to go up the corporate ladder.

Siddhayogi Shivashankar Baba in the concluding address stresses the fact that Engineering and Medical Sciences were not the only avenues available for students. Other equally lucrative fields were available which the students should look at. He also pointed out that a Mega Career Mela will be conducted in Sushil Hari International Residential School on April 2nd, 2006.

About 300 students from Sushil Hari International Residential School, Government Higher Secondary School, Mambakkam, B.K.M. Matriculation Higher Secondary School and Kendriya Vidyalaya, Tambaram attended the Seminar.

Workshop for Rural Children Conducted
Kelambakkam, Chennai
February 16th, 2006

Life Skill Residential Programme, a workshop for SC/ST children of VIII standard from Government Schools of Pudupakkam and Alathur villages under Education for All scheme was conducted at Sushil Hari International Residential School, Kelambakkam under the auspices of CEO, Kanchipuram District for 3 days from 13/2/06 to 15/2/06.

The programme was inaugurated by Siddhayogi Sri Sivashankar Baba. In his address Baba emphasized that the children from rural areas have the potential of excelling in any profession they choose. For this they should persevere with confidence and bring out their latent talents. They should try to emulate the achievements of many great Indian leaders from remote rural areas like Dr.Abdul Kalam.

In addition to the workshop sessions, a Pattimandram and a short course in Yoga were conducted by Sushil Hari International School.

Thiru. M. Alphonse, Asst. District Project Coordinator (ADPC) of Kancheepuram District addressed the students on the final day and exhorted them to work hard and excel in their studies.

Mr. A. Rajagopal, Supervisor Block Resource Centre (BRC), Thirupporur in his valedictory address praised Sushil Hari International School for having made excellent arrangements for conducting the workshop including accommodation and boarding of the participants.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Rotary Club at SushilHari

Know the School

SushilHari School evolved from the need for a world class school that can be the ideal bridge between the best of Western thoughts and Eastern Virtues. Our founder H.H Shri Shiva Shankar Baba - visualized the need for leadership in the emerging world and recognized that the rapidly changing global landscape would require not only young leaders with unadulterated core values , but also with a global perspective.

SushilHari is committed to its role in creating such leaders through its innovative teaching methods, outstanding faculty and thought leadership. Our vision is to become a top-ranked, research-driven, international institution that grooms future leaders for India and the world.

With increased globalization, SushilHari has three important objectives which will influence its direction for education in the coming years:
  • Requirement for global competencies to be imbued in Children
  • Providing the environment for students to become global citizens
  • Implement, practice and teach Change management.
Why Change Management You might ask?
"Quiet simply the purpose of providing education at this point in time is to prepare students for life in the next century where adaptability will be the key to survival"

SushilHari School is an endeavor to provide the best and make it a unique experience for students and their families. And life after SushilHari will never be the same, a fact our alumni will vouch for.