On the one hand the school is growing structurally and bringing laurels on the academic front, on the other hand, special care is taken to improve the overall personality of the students through carefully planned co-curricular activities. In order to develop a competitive spirit, students have been grouped in four houses. Inter house competition like debate, quiz, dance, music, theatre, elocution, declamation, fancy dress, etc. are conducted to keep the children on their active and creative toes and bring out their hidden talents.
Unity in diversity is the soul of our motherhood. To bring diverse cultures, traditions and religions close to each other, the school celebrates all festivals like Dussehra, Deepawali, Christmas, Eid, Lohri, etc. with great fanfare. The entire school joins in the festivities and the air echoes with the sound of mirth, laughter and happiness. Keeping the same ideals in mind, we aim at holistic development of the students. We provide them ample opportunities for their physical, mental, spiritual and emotional growth
School Shiksha High School is the first step towards translation of a visionary’s dream. provide children the direction, motivation and the environment where the child fearlessly acquires education of his choice, skill of his taste and tools of success of his genre to equip himself to hold his head high without fear in mind as he grows up. Thus, a dream was conceived and like a true KARMAYOGI, actions for realization of the dream were set into momentum.
Our Mission is to help young minds to grow and learn in a familiar environment resulting in all round development. The child for the first time in brought away from home. When he enters play group for the first time, he encounters with an unknown environment. The primary requirement at this stage is to make him familiar with the surrounding. We help him to adjust to it and achieve it. We work with child individually and develop the child’s feeling of trust on us.
Born and brought up in Shri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, Mr.Manak
Gupta completed his graduation and moved to Bikaner, where
he further did LLB and LLM along with a job.
He was a gold medalist in LLM. He served as RJS from year 1975
to 1985. Later, he resigned from judicial services and decided to
practice as a lawyer. He dealt with both civil and criminal cases
and was a renowned advocate in Bikaner.
He was always concerned and determined about his duties
towards society and wanted to work for the education of
children. His dream was to see children of all age groups well
educated. And to fulfill this dream, he travelled and observed
more than 80 schools and this experience enlightened him to
establish Shiksha High School in Bikaner.
A thinker, a planner and a life coach by nature, Rochak Gupta is a lawyer by profession who has a bachelor’s degree in
education. He considers his being an apprentice to his father,has been the greatest of his achievements. Having worked under Mr.Manak Gupta very closely not as a son but as an apprentice indeed he gathered all that his father had in him.
Rochak Gupta has dueled with life fiercely, designed by his father to make him inherit skills of life before things of materialistic value.
Generously accepted by the society, Rochak Gupta’s endeavor is to dedicate himself to social cause.
Shiksha High School being a dream project of his father, by default became the mission of his life.
He aims to ‘educate’ while imparting ‘academic excellence’ to
Believing in running an organization in a well planned way, Mrs.
Shilpi Gupta is an advocate by profession. Her other
educational qualifications include B.COM and B.Ed. Her overall
motto is making young minds intelligent, organized and
compatible in this complex world. She believes in being the real
world and faces all the difficulties with all the heart and soul.
I believe in empathy and ethics. I consider discipline before academics and responsibilities before power and perks of life. I have always believed in the fact that the children are flawless creations of God gifted to us. It is we who train them and then grade them. I wish I could do away with the grading part because it is ethically incorrect. I wish we could do away with the trend of comparing students on the basis of marks that they score in examinations.
Children are inquisitive and look forward to learn. They imbide evils and virtues from the environment offered to them. I fully believe that if the environment around the students is positive, they would imbibe values and virtues that we call ‘Sanskar’. It is our duty and we are committed to protect our students from thoughts and actions that could be detrimental to their positive grooming.
Academic excellence is important as we have designed the world in that pattern. I have with deep research, scientifically designed the training of not only the students but the teachers too who play the most important role in educating and imparting academic knowledge.
Since each student is different each student is evaluated on the basis of his natural flow. Accordingly each student is individually looked after by various strata of trainers fulfilling the individual needs of children.
I have also believed that Humanities play a very important role to bring back the harmony and belongingness back into the character of the society. The concentrated academic dose of Science and Technologogy has turned human beings into mechanical beings loosing empathy and emotional quotient. This urges us to instill and suffuse values into students through Humanities which is the need of the world order today. I trust that the parents would hold repose their faith in us and see their children growing into sucessful human being with values and Sanskar.