Testimonials are a way for our community to express their feelings towards Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School. The continued support and affirmations received from the students, parents, alumni and the society at large strengthens our belief in the maxim “Together we grow”.
It is an absolute delight to be here in the school. It has a great vibe for education and the curricular and extracurricular activities. What impressed me was interacting with 1000 students of 4th & 5th grade. Their knowledge about single use disposable plastics and its dangers is excellent. The students are aware and active about happenings around the world.
Visiting the school is a great experience. It has further consolidated my impressions of the great legacy carried ahead by Principal Revathi Srinivasan.
I really love this school. What I love about this school is they support all the sports and also give importance to studies. It’s a perfect school to be in.
This is the kind of school you want your kids to be in. It has a great balance of sports and academics!
Esteemed Management, Principal (Mrs) Revathi Srinivasan and all the members of the school deserve great appreciation. I have always admired this school. We should have such schools for all our children. The school is known for nurturing excellence. The school has a highly motivated leadership, excellent faculty and staff and highly motivated students.
The school’s management is following a great education system. This is the education system required for the present day society. Thank you very much.
The Education system designed and being followed in Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School is outstanding and will be helpful for the overall development of the students. God gifts some special qualities in each human being, which needs to be unearthed by the school, which is being done here.
All the best to the school and pray Lord Venkateshwara to bless the school.
Covid 19 pandemic shocked the world with its onset in early 2020. We were all caught unprepared for this unprecedented scenario & the huge challenges it brought along with it. The lockdown unraveled a host of difficulties, never faced before. I must say, our school was quick to respond to the ever evolving situation. It dealt with the nuances of this period head on, with the systematic roll out & implementation of the Google classroom, ensuring academic progress of the students went ahead unhindered. A very well thought out system was organized & put into action for seamless communication between the students, parents & the school teachers & administration. Our students had well planned regular classes & exams online, unlike the experience of a lot of students from other schools. As a PTA member & representative of my class I found all the teachers extremely helpful and understanding with regards to any issues faced by parents. It was reassuring to know, they were always within reach.
All the teachers have my utmost respect, and I believe they deserve an award for their dedication & more importantly, for their patience in dealing with students with different temperaments. On the whole, our Principal, the teachers & the school administration did a terrific job during the most trying & difficult time of our generation, and for that we owe them a debt of gratitude. Thank you for everything & congratulations on a job very well done. I am proud to be a parent of a Sulonian.
As everything became online, communication became difficult for everyone but our Principal quickly made the shift to Google Classroom. Lectures were conducted in a systematic manner. It felt like the children were attending school just in a different environment. The teachers had found innovative tools to help the child understand tough concepts easily. It was a joint effort from our Principal, Section Heads, Coordinators and teachers to ensure smooth functioning of the system. The teachers were constantly in touch with the PTA who coherently communicated with the parents. I am very happy that my child did not miss out on quality education despite these trying times.
Heartiest congratulations to you on our school sweeping the board with all participants winning an award and bringing glory to Singhania. The students are able to achieve such accomplishments only because of your commitment and vision of making each Sulonian a well-rounded student, where they excel both in academics as well as extracurricular activities. The competencies they learn in Singhania will go beyond school and will help them do well in their future career as well.
Great appreciation for all the support provided by Sangeeta ma'am, Reshma ma'am, Vaishali ma'am and the effort put by Reetika ma'am which collectively helped Naavya to put her best foot forward and bring laurels to our school.
We are indeed fortunate and proud to be a Sulonian parent.
The experience that we (My daughter Aaryahi and I) had with online school was a very pleasant one. Since it was her very first year of formal school it was important for her to understand what a school is, who her teachers and her classmates are etc. The teachers made sure that the children understood and adapted to all of this and more.
The entire online planning was very organized and enjoyable for the children. It had a good balance of parent involvement and independent activities for the little ones.
For me, as a mother of twins, the initial days of school were full of anxiety. Both my daughters being in different divisions, used to cry a lot as a result of separation anxiety. Today, after two beautiful fun-filled years, with the motherly love of their kindergarten teachers, they have come up so well. They have their own set of friends and look forward to going to school each morning. The methodology used for teaching is so apt that nothing seems a 'task'. Things just flow so easily, that they have now started writing well and converse fluently in English. The fancy dress theme - countries of the world, gave them exposure to names and uniqueness of different countries at such a young age. The Clay modelling and Origami cultural activities, made them develop a liking to craft. KG day taught them songs of different languages. They picked it up so well that I was amazed. The picnic taught them to take care of themselves independently while enjoying it too. As a parent performing on different occasions, in-school programs have helped me bond with the school.
The journey was a memorable one.
Vishnu's journey through Kindergarten has been fairly remarkable. He has transformed, from being a shy boy to a more confident and independent one. It has made him creative, not only being able to write on his own but being able to express his thoughts through sketches. He has made friends and learnt to share and care. He has enjoyed and has vivid memories of the school picnic.
He has a special bond with his teachers and is also thankful to the maushis, who have helped him in this journey.
My son Aarav Pandit 1J has been in your esteemed school from Sr Kg. Being a parent's annual day is always exciting for the parents. As we descended towards Gopalvan in the evening that day we could hear the birds chirping little did we know that we were in for a musical extravaganza!
Have you seen any Annual day without a CD player or a Cassette or any digital backdrop!
Beat 1 the children enter!
Beat 2 they bow!
Beat 3 and performance starts!
There is dance and no CD playing ...children singing live..from folk music to songs in one of the multiple languages across the country! Amazing no teacher near the stage, no prompting, no stopping! Starting to end, the children did everything on their own! And music by their very own teachers! Amazing performance! Amazing show! All in-house including Costumes, Lights, Stage, Singing and Music!
Truly a fascinating Parents day!
Blessed to be a proud parent of a Sulonian!
My daughter Suruchi enjoys singing and dancing and loves to go to school. Though it would be early morning, she would struggle to get up and go to school. Suruchi loved her teachers as they would love her in different ways. The teachers not only taught but also loved and pampered our kids. I as a parent was always happy to see my kid with a rising graph in learning. On the first day of Junior KG, my kid was like a small fish in the big ocean, but at the end of Senior KG, she was like the dolphin fish, jumping and dancing, happy in the huge ocean! School has given us parents, very beautiful days, to hear our kids narrating lovely, lively, day to day experiences from school activities.
'School is fun' is so true
What being a Sulonian means to me....
When you study at such a legendary institution for fourteen years, it becomes a mammoth task, describing what it feels like being a part of it. When I tell my friends in college that my alma mater is Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School, their look of awe (especially my friends from Mumbai), fills me with pride. Being a Sulonian means a myriad of memories and all that they have taught me. From performing for our parents and teachers to composing our own farewell song for the last parents’ day, from shrieking and cheering for our house during inter-house competitions, sports days to do the same for something as unimportant as a girls versus boys game during the PE classes, from being reprimanded by the teachers for not handing in our homework on time to seeing their faces light up with immense joy when we are felicitated after our board exam results, being a Sulonian isn’t just having studied at that institution. It is an emotion of such enormity, that hardly anyone who’s not experienced it, can understand.
Seventeen years after I passed out as a student, I walked into Smt Sulochanadevi Singhania School as a parent with great pride and joy.
My two children are students of this illustrious school, just like I once was. It fills my heart with happiness to see how the school had grown in these years and yet managed to retain all the things that made it special even back then.
The sprawling campus, the huge grounds, the old school charm of the buildings, the opportunities offered and the loving teachers, are all hallmarks of this wonderful institution. Under the able leadership of the principal, Mrs. Revathi Srinivasan, the school has grown leaps and bounds. With the training, encouragement and support of the teachers, the students keep excelling and putting the school's name of the national map.
I was always proud to be a Sulonian and now, I am even more proud to be the parent of two little Sulonians.
I graduated from Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School in 2014, but the memories I made there are fresh as a daisy! The teachers were always supportive of my ideas, and there was always a galaxy of opportunities for us to choose from, according to our talent and interests. From the comprehensive English syllabus to the Topographical maps in Geography, from waiting impatiently for the P.E. Periodically performing melodious songs, dances and dramas for our loved ones during Parents Day in the beloved Gopalvan, Singhania School has had a massive impact in shaping me into the adult that I am today. It makes me glad to hear about the colossal advancements in infrastructure and facilities which have taken place in the last few years, and the accolades received by the school give me bragging rights when I tell my peers about my days at Singhania. As I entered college(and hence, the professional world), I realised that being a Sulonian is not only a pedestal of pride to stand on, but also, it is a great responsibility. I feel proud to have been a part of this premier institution which continues to nurture me even today, and I always strive to make my beloved school and my teachers proud of me through my deeds and achievements. Once a Sulonian, always a Sulonian!
The least I could possibly say about Singhania is that it gave me the best two years of my academic life. It is an institution of opportunities galore and a pathway leading to umpteen experiences."Good teachers know how to bring the best out of the students"- this quote is a true reflection of all my teachers and their teachings have guided me at several crucial junctures. When I reflect on how well I have been able to progress with my professional development, I certainly value the unmatched insights I gained from my experience at Singhania. To have been selected for a student exchange program to Denmark, to have discovered the passion for singing, and innumerable other experiences, Singhania has been the reason. It's a proud feeling to have been associated with the school and even today, whenever I drive past my Alma mater, an internal rush of emotion fills my heart with a desire to come back!
"Excellence is not a goal, it's a way of life." - These words of Dr. Vijaypat Singhania have always been in my mind, every time I set a goal for myself. Every time I think of school, it instils in me a feeling of coming home. The innumerable memories of the Sports Day, the inter-house competitions, the march past and the mass drills. The uncountable performances during the Parents Day, Annual Day, Youth Fest and numerous other competitions made me develop as a dancer, a performer. The management of the various programmes taught me to keep calm. To think about all of this along with the school trips, the exchange programme and The Sulonia Films Division hits me with nostalgia.Though I felt sentimental I never cried when I left the school because I know that a part of me will always stay in school and I will always look back at this school as my home, just like all the Sulonians do, since we always believed: "Once A Sulonian, Always a Sulonian!"
"As I look back at my school days, I feel grateful for being a part of this esteemed institution. It taught me everything right from reading and writing to handling immense pressure and getting ready for college. The teachers taught us how to learn, pursue our passion and excel in every field. It felt almost unreal to have study abroad opportunities available to us in the school, start a film club and receive full support for it, provide music for an event as big as the sports day and gain raw, self-learnt experience that no form of coaching could have given me.
The change wasn't easy. I entered with tears of fright but left with tears of pride. I will, forever, cherish those fourteen years in my second home where I grew up to be an adult.
Once a Sulonian, always a Sulonian!
When I was first asked to pen down my thoughts about being a Sulonian, what struck me the most was that despite my short two year period in this institute, my teachers still remember me and consider me worthy enough to speak so….. Singhania as I would like to call it, was the first institute that made me realize that school indeed could be your second home. I had entered the premises of this college as a mere above-average student who could only boast about her grades but nothing about her confidence. As a coy, silent girl like I had always been, I had never expected anyone to recognize my inner strengths and weaknesses. I was just harbouring the same old fear of getting lost in the crowd. But to my sheer surprise, I was proven wrong. It all started with my selection in the Student Exchange Program. As a part of its screening process, I had to give an interview with the Principal Mrs Revathi Sreenivasan ma'am. There I was again standing as terrified as a bird waiting to be called in. But the welcome I received from her was far from what I had intended it to be… Since then began my journey of sincerely loving my college and considering myself a proud Sulonian. And there has been no looking back since then…. Even now after three years of having passed out I still find myself running through the pages of the calendar reciting the verses of the Shanti Paath and reliving those wonderful years all over again. The hectic schedule that MBBS puts me through has taught me to value and treasure every single passing moment. But what I value the most is my past all beautifully woven together by the fond memories of Singhania. Yes, I was and will always be a true Sulonian…