For MAEER’S MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School, Chichondi (Shiral)

Proposed CBSE

For MIT Junior College, Chichondi (Shiral)

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, (HSC, Pune Board)


Curriculum of the CBSE conforms to the National Curricular Framework 2005. We primarily rely on NCERT publications for our requirement of Textual materials. These are however supported with supplementary materials from independent authors on a case to case basis. In terms of pedagogical strategies and methods, we are enthusiastically taking up all the innovative measures now being spelt out by the CBSE in terms of the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation; Life Skills Based Adolescent Education; Environmental Education; Disaster Management; Project Based Learning; promotion of reading habits and cultivation of Higher Order Thinking Skills among others.

We also have the CCE Formative and Summative Assessment and Evaluation system prescribed by CBSE.


Since 1999, this School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment where students enjoy learning and recognize their worth, dignity and leadership capacity.

We are looking forward to implement CBSE Curriculum from the academic session 2012-2013 and further to take it to CBSE-i (an International Curriculum evolve through Indian Education system) so that to fulfill the desire of the visionary Management, to develop responsible global citizens by following a curriculum and teaching principles based on student-centered learning, and to impart world-class education to foster academic excellence, physical fitness, psychological and spiritual well-being, social consciousness and concern for our environment, in each student, through our own systems and practices.

Driven by a passion to excel and committed to excellence, this School offers children an exceptional life-enhancing experience, providing them with the skills and confidence they need to stand out from the crowd.

Nurturing World Citizens

  • Premier Day / Residential Co-Ed International School in Western India ensuring personal attention through 1:30 teacher student ratio
  • Expert faculty promoting multiple skill sets in "smart" classrooms and laboratories
  • Separate hostels for boys and girls in a secure environment with modern amenities
  • Balanced nutritious diet separately cooked and served for vegetarians
  • Exposure through International tours, exchange programmes and acclaimed visitors
  • Wide range of sports and Co-curricular activities under expert guidance
  • Prompt buses and "meals on campus" for day boarding students
  • Wi-Fi Campus