• FIND US: Old Sardarsamand Road,
  • Jhalamand, Jodhpur, (Raj.) 342001 India
  • Sunday - Closed

Our Infrastructure

Class Rooms

All the classrooms of the school are spacious, air-conditioned, airy and atmosphere friendly.


The school provides e-learning to be global to make the concepts more clear in an interesting way as the children learn more effictively through audio - visual class in spite of monotonous black and while text books. E-learning classes gives them opportunity to interact with the peer group as well as with the teacher in an informal environment which boosts their confidence and they feel ready to strive with difficult situations of life. The content and concepts of the subjects also retain for longer time.


The discovery room is equipped with the equipments needed. Teachers and students of pre primary and primary classes enjoy the freedom to observe experiment, analyses and create? Children have a terrific time during “Truth of Science” segment. With guidance from the staff they discuss and exchange different approaches to conduct practical classes, adopt experimental modes of learning and occasionally enjoy lighter moments during practical science sessions.


Laboratories are the work stations for students wherein they gain hands on experiences. The school has four major laboratories:


The math lab is a place where students can experiment and explore patterns and ideas. It is a place where students get a collection of games, puzzles and other teaching and learning material. The maths lab provides an opportunity for the students to discover mathematics through doing. Math lab is a place to enjoy mathematics through informal exploration. It is a place where any student can generate problems and struggle to get answer. It is a self explanatory lab with interesting activities. Students also feel free for peer discussion here.


Science lab is a facility given to students that provides controlled conditions in which scientific experiments and measurement may be performed. The students use the sum of procedures used on natural sciences such as chemistry, biology, physics in order to conduct an experiment by following scientific method. The science lab is equipped with laboratory glassware to electrical devices.


We provide a collaborative environment for training / hands on experiences on geography and space science. We appreciate, here the knowledge gathered about social phenomenon that unfold in geographic space. In Social Science Lab, we provide training and support for research that makes innovative use of Geographic Information System (GIS) and special statistics.


Students who are using the latest software development tools at home even, we have a competent computer lab for them. We have the system / curriculum and computer activities that build interest among students and allows the faculty also for teaching some serious Computer Science concepts.


A good network is essential in a 21st century school. We have good, reliable network which provides TSNites an opportunity to save their data and work well.


Laboratories are the work stations for students wherein they gain hands on experiences. The school has four major laboratories:


Students are welcomed to the formal training of music and singing. The school has a trained choir group and an orchestra of its own, trained by the versatile faculty of Music. We strongly believe that apart from nurturing the talent, Hindustani music is an ideal catalyst for children to be firmly rooted to our culture and heritage whereas the western music has the segments of jazz and rock! Keeping pace with contemporary times and taste, music classes are a huge source of joy and enthusiasm for our students.


The Dance studio of the school is well furnished with mirror wall and great music system. Students learn varied styles of dance of the country. Distinctive traditional dances as Indian classical dances, which might have origin in religious activities of distant past. Folk dances are numerous in number and style which students enjoy the most. They learn from the ‘mudras’ of Bharatnatyam to ‘todey’ of Kathak and Bihu, Bhangra and Ghoomar with the trained faculties. They also learn hip-hop, popping, contemporary and lyrical dances which trains them to be global-citizen.


Freedom of expression and indulgence in simple pleasures are important elements of child’s personality traits. Art classes enthuse children to explore their creativity and powers of expression. More importantly children thoroughly enjoy and learn teamwork and peer interaction during these sessions.

This is the favourite leisure time of students where they are out of their boring and monotonous text books and can show their hidden talent. Art class at one hand gives an opportunity to learn and at another hand nurtures the creativity and let them bloom the way they want in their lives.

The Art studio gives them an opportunity to learn from pencil sketch, to canvas painting through pen sketching, charcoal drawing, fabric painting, water colouring and n number of mediums to work with.


Theatre is an exclusive feature of The Shanti Niketan School. We have included theatre/drama classes in the main curriculum of the school which none of the school in city has done. This is because we believe that through theatre creativity can be developed . Going to theatre class teaches the students about people, places and ideas to which many of them would not otherwise be exposed. Learning in a theatrical setting makes it a fun. Theatre is a laboratory in which we study the problems that our society confronts. Theatre gives self empowerment, as power relationships are constructed through performances. It also helps to understand people from cultures other than our own in addition it teaches the body language, many a times history is revived through Theatre. It gives an opportunity to introspect ourselves, the best medium of self expression and consequently makes the children better human beings.



According to the international skating union, TSNites have a standard 200 meter speed skating track.


A lush green Football Ground is may be an asset to the school but it encouraged a G+ element to school.


A national level hockey ground is there for producing many Dhyanchands.


Basketball court is the playing surface, consisting of a rectangular floor with tiles at either end. The Basketball court of TSN is made from standard paving materials such as concrete and asphalt and a standard backboard with basket.


Volleyball again is an attraction and piece of relaxation in the school. Children love to play in sand after all……!!


The best way to get fit, have fun, rent all frustrations and make some good friends – Badminton is organized fun for cool people!!


It is a good game for the health. It’s great for getting up a sweat and getting the heart rate up. It is one of the fastest sports around. Come and play @ TSN!!


Kho – Kho ranks as one of the most popular traditional sports in India. Like all Indian games, it is simple, inexpensive and enjoyable. It does, however, demand physical fitness, strength, speed and stamina, and a certain amount of ability too…..!!


This game originated in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, where it is derived from group hunting and village defense. The word kabaddi is derived from ‘Kab’ mean thigh and ‘haddi’ mean bone. Kab – haddi is about the strength in thighs and body which is shown on ground.


We celebrate Children’s Day, 14th of November as Annual Sports Day and there apart from TSNites, that senior TSNites (the parents) also live their childhood once again. TSN believes in global education so, here we serve western as well as traditional games also.


The school library is central to learning and plays a key role as a place for encouraging innovation, curiosity, and problem solving.School libraries make a difference to students’ understanding and achievement and provide support for teaching and learning throughout the school. The school library is an important part of the school community. The school library provides a model for inquiry learning and building knowledge and confidence in seeking and processing information. It is a fundamental resource for supporting students’ learning, and a key support for teaching staff. The school library is open to all bonafide students of the school. The students should observe the following rules:

  • All students must come to the library in a single line according to their roll numbers.
  • They must maintain absolute silence in the library.
  • The library has an 'open acess' system i.e. the children are allowed to go directly to the shelves and take two books of their choice. They must put the books back on the same numbered shelf after reading, to maintain order and organization in the library.
  • The students of classes I to X can issue one Hindi book and one Engish book every fortnight for a period of one week.
  • They must return their library books on the returning counter according to their roll numbers.
  • No Reference Book will be issued to any student.
  • Books marked, disfigured, damaged or lost will have to be replaced or paid for by the borrower.
  • Students are not allowed to bring their personal books or belongings into the library.
  • Each student must bring his/her School Diary and pen to the library.


The world is changing speedily and dramatically and so are we at TSN, trying our best to provide our children a healthy human development and growth.

To meet this challenge, the school infirmary is well equipped with beds, oxygen cylinder, important and requisite medicines and facilities, first aid kit, an attendant 24 x 7 service to meet any emergency or normal sickness. It is setup to respond to any illness or medicinal demands of the students. There are also facilities to deal with the routine health problems of the students like regular medical check-ups are organised by the school to ensure good health and well being of the students. Physical fitness and oral hygiene camps are an integral part of our health education.

Parents should inform the school authorities regarding children with physical disabilities. Special attention can be paid to the concerned child. All parents are requested to impart Health Education to their children:

  • Maintain personal hygiene such as trimming of nails/hair and being neat on regular basis.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Have a balance diet, nutritionally rich in proteins and milk.
  • Drink water which is boiled or filtered.
  • Avoid consumption of ice creams, other milk products and eatables from roadside vendors and kiosks.
  • All children should also be dewormed at least once every year, on the advice of family physician and also have a dental checkup once every year.
  • Students suffering from infectious diseases such as conjuctivitius, dermatitis and scabies etc. should not be send to school until they have fully recovered.