Bhubaneswar: Capital-based SAI International School was once again proclaimed as the 3rd Best School in India in co-ed day cum boarding school category by EducationWorld India School Rankings 2019. A year-old school was adjudged as the top Co-ed Boarding School of Odisha.
The awards were received by to Dr. Bijaya Kumar Sahoo, Founder, SAI International Education Group on Sunday at New Delhi.
Congratulating the students, parents, teachers and staff on this occasion, Dr. Sahoo said, “The awards give us the encouragement to work more, discover and invent new learning pedagogies for shaping our students to be global leaders.”
The survey this year was a robust and comprehensive school survey on wider parameters by 122 Field personnel from Delhi-based C fore group, who interviewed 4,340 educationists/ principals/ teachers and 7,597 school fees-paying parents, as well as students from class X-XII in 28 major cities and education hubs across India.
The survey is considered as world’s most detailed school rankings survey was undertaken on 14 parameters of excellence which includes teacher welfare and development, academic reputation, teacher competence (given double weightage), leadership, infrastructure, life skills, co-curricular and sports education etc.
The awards show SAI’s constant endeavour towards excellence in education. The school has been bestowed with several National-level awards including the highly prestigious D.L.Shah Quality Award by Quality Council of India (QCI), for two successive years, for achieving excellence through quality educational initiatives.
It also received the Emerging School of The Year Award 2019 at Global Education Awards 2019, Udaipur, listed among the Future 50 Schools of India by Fortune India successively for the year 2017 and 2018, World Education Award 2018 for Educational Excellence & Innovation in Global Collaborative Learning, the SKOCH 2018 Award for achieving Excellence through Monitoring, among others. It also received the coveted ELITE Award 2018, based on a globally-bench-marked assessment designed by the alumni of Stanford, Harvard and Yale University.