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The Neelkanth International School, Sanand has been launched with a highly cherished goal to enable children to blossom, to develop as complete individuals by activating the elements of perfection, lying dormant in each child. Children are seen as highly capable and inquisitive beings, raring to take the whole world in their strides and desire nothing less than touching the skies.

The school aims to strengthen their ‘wings’ and provide infra-structural and curricular space to experiment with their intellect and the world around. In resonance with its educational philosophy, the school has the abundant space to house all the Activities and Innovative Curriculum. The school promises to make every possible endeavour in providing the world class facilities to the students for their best possible grooming, so as to ensure that a fine citizenry passes out from the portals of the promising Institution.

The School firmly commits itself to develop knowledgeable, disciplined, creative, ethical and thoughtful individuals, who would value cultural heritage and the foresight to meet all the future challenges.

Neelkanth International School has been awarded with ISA Award 2016 – 2019 by British Council for imbibing international perspective with the existing curriculum.

|| At Neelkanth We ||

Encourage children to discover and enjoy learning. We encourage them to go beyond comparison, competition, rewards, punishment or fear and, instead, look within to find their own motivations and predilections for learning and engagement.

Go beyond the classroom in search of learning contexts that permit engagement with the lives and concerns of people both local and remote.

Question self-indulgent lifestyles driven by trends in technology and fashion while practicing simplicity and resourcefulness in our daily life.

Examine our acceptance not only of those societal norms that are imposed upon us but also those that have become internalized as ‘normal’ and ‘natural’ opinions, judgments and beliefs.

Attempt to nurture a mind that is free of influence and, therefore, able to stand alone and act with responsibility beyond the divisive movements of society - near and far.

Inquire into the self through conversations pertaining to our fears, desires and habits by observing our responses to everyday matters of sadness, indifference or delight.

Commit to the practice of education as a dialogic process of questioning and reflection in an atmosphere attentive to the beauty of human and non-human relationships.