CIRS achieves excellent exam results by being dedicated to excellence in all areas and by encouraging students to work hard and do well. The teachers at CIRS are constantly motivating and inspiring students to give their 100% to all that they do. The spiritual curriculum in particular keeps the students grounded and well-prepared for studying enthusiastically and achieving top results.


Relatively small class sizes allow the teachers to give individual attention to the students and ample support in the evenings too. The children get regular feedback and guidance from their teachers and their progress is carefully monitored. Parents' are also given the opportunity to discuss their child's academic development.


The school library is visited regularly by all students. It has an impressive collection of academic and reference books, as well as journals and periodicals. Outside the library in the courtyard there are national and international newspapers on display so that students can get the most up-to-date information on current affairs. To improve students' vocabulary and broaden their horizons, the library also has a wide selection of fiction books. It also boasts of a wonderful collection of spiritual books from the Chinmaya Mission as well as other organizations, covering all faiths. The library offers the students a quiet and peaceful place for study, research and recreation, and it is central to the academic life of the school.


The academic success of CIRS students has taken them to excellent colleges and universities in India and abroad, in preparation for successful and dynamic careers. Faculty members are always available to provide information and guidance to the students about higher education and careers. Public speaking and giving presentations form part of the academic curriculum and these are skills which are useful when applying to colleges and universities. CIRS receives prospectuses from the best of national and international institutes every year for the senior students to plan their applications for further education.



"Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today." - Malcolm X