Bhubaneswar-based SAI International School has bagged No 5 rank among the best day-cum-boarding schools of the country as per the Education World India School Rankings, 2016.
Dr. Bijoy K Sahoo, Chairman, said achieving the position of 5th best school of the country was a testimony to the hard work and sincerity put in by the entire SAI fraternity. “We will continue to go beyond excellence and create newer and better opportunities for students,” he said.
It has also retained its No 1 position and the Best School status in the State.
Delhi based Centre for Forecasting and Research (C-fore) has conducted the survey with 140 field personnel in 28 cities, covering 10,301 respondents on behalf of Education World.
The rating of the school has been done on a 10 point scale across 14 parameters of education excellence namely teacher welfare and development, competence of faculty, sports education, special need education, co-curricular education, infrastructure provision, academic reputation, value for money, individual attention to students, leadership/management quality, parental involvement, internationalism, community service, life skills education and conflict management.
This year the actual score in the CBSE/CISCE board examination has also been appended. SAI International School has scored 1203/1500, which is a commendable achievement in itself.
SAI International has been recognized as a member of the Worldwide Network of UNESCO Associated Schools (ASPnet), Paris, received International School Award (ISA) in the outstanding school category by British Council, UK, declared as Microsoft Innovative School by Microsoft, USA and also received the Quality Accreditation from NABET.
SAI has topped the state in CBSE Board Examination 2016 by acquiring the highest school average both for Class X and Class XII. During this year the students have brought laurels to the school by achieving First position in RBI Quiz, TCS Quiz and into the finals of India Today News Wiz (as on date).
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