"We believe that the service of the country is the service of the Lord of Lords and Devotion to the People is the devotion to the Supreme Self". - Extract from the Chinmaya Family Pledge


Their hearts are touched by the joy of giving and they resolve to carry on such service even after they have walked into the wide world of competition. They truly become once for all, useful and dynamic contributors to society.


To inculcate respect for all irrespective of their work status, students of CIRS learn to address the unskilled workers as 'Anna'-s (Elder brothers), 'Akka'-s (elder sisters) or 'Amma'-s (mothers).


The Chinmaya Bal Sevak Certificate was initiated by the CCMT Education Cell for undertaking services for a minimum of 120 hours in various categories like Seva at Home and in School, Seva for the society, Seva for a Universal Cause, Seva with NGOs, Seva for the challenged etc.

21 children from CIRS rendered their selfless service from 120 to 220 hours in the above categories. This was acknowledged in a big way by CCMT Education Cell when they awarded the prestigious Bal Sevak Certificate, with the highest grade, to all these very deserving student.


I Kovarthana, am very proud that I completed 132 hours of service, which is very small contribution compared to others. I did seva whole heartedly and felt very good within, it was as I was serving the whole world. My only wish is that all the people in society should be treated equally.                                                                                          

Kovarthana K.V (2017),  7th A

Two years back when I started the seva project, my parents took the initiative and took me to an old age home. While distributing food, the delight and gratitude which was there on the people there made me proud of my actions. Never forget this proverb, “Serve and Deserve”. Only if you serve you will deserve. I am a proud Bal Seva Sainik!!!!!!

J Sriya (2059), 7th A

Seva is Selfless service. This two years of project has changed my whole personality. It has taught me to be more patient, how to react to situations and much more. When we help the needy for once, we feel the need to help more and more people. I did feel the same. Even though this project has ended, I will keep serving others.                                   

S. G. Samyuktha (2086), 7th C

Past 2 ½ years we were working on a project called Seva and we did it with interest. During this period my experiences have been great. These experiences have changed me completely to what I am today. It all started with me teaching the tiny miny kids and to when I spent my time with old age people who have been living on this earth for years. After seeing the reaction s on their faces while I was serving, made me feel that through them I was serving the full world. I offered seva for a total of 140 hours.

Rithani. J.M (1969), 7th B

This was the first time I was serving the society on a larger scale. I cannot describe the amount of joy I felt when I saw a smile on the faces of people whom I was serving. I thank school for giving me this wonderful opportunity.

Sudarshan.E (1985), 7th C

Doing Seva to the needy is like serving God. By doing Seva to the people in Old Age Home and Deaf & Dumb School, though I was giving the happiness I felt was more than when I get something. By my experience I can say that seva removes the worries in you. Therefor I suggest every one of us should do seva activities.                                                                             Krithisha, class 7th

Seva is doing selfless service to anybody who is in need. Every one of us knows that there is God in everything, doing service to them is doing service to God. When I was serving people I felt I was on top of the hill. I felt the happiness around. The happiness, the people, it all touched my heart. I loved it. It was a marvellous experience.                                                       

 Dhruvi (2108), 7th C

Seva:-  This has been a great opportunity for me to serve the world and myself. I have learnt a lot from this, sharing and serving are two of them. I now try and be happy with what I have. It was a life changing experience.

                                                                                                                   Srithiga (1965), 7th B
My Dream….. My Passion….. Seva…
Hari Om! I am proud to be a seva sainik. The word seva means serving others. I had a wonderful experience while serving the society as well as my parents. I saw the joy they had while I was serving them. Seva is my passion and my dream. I feel the service I have done is not enough and so I promise to carry-on serving.

                                                                                Aaslesha. K.A (1995), 7th D

Serving others without thinking of ourselves is Seva. My experience of doing seva was wonderful. When you help someone benefit, you yourself feel good. Being a seva sainik I felt the same. I saw people with more talent and capability than me. Unfortunately they never get a chance to prove themselves. My overall experience taught me how to understand others and care for people around me.                                                                       

  Medhanshi, 7th C

It was a memorable experience. I really enjoyed doing all my activities. I will continue doing my service to the society. I loved doing it and now it has become a part of my life. Even now when I look back at my service period I feel for the children who are not as privileged as I am. This seva period has made me realize how gifted I am. I will serve the society throughout my life.

    Sree Sahithrra (1954), 7th D


    SEVA WEEK - 2012


    Guest Lecture on Animal Welfare & Visit to Udavum Karangal

    As part of Seva week celebration, we invited Dr. Viju Vijayan and Dr. Abilash Arjunan to CIRS on 24th April, 2012. These two teteranians are associated with an organization called "human Animal Society" in Coimbatore. The objectives of the programme were to sensitize the students on issues concerning animal welfare and to create awareness on the need to be compassionate when we sight homeless animals.

    The guests of honor explained various aspects of the organization through a power point presentation.  They interacted with the students to elicit their views.  In the end, there was a question-answer session in which the students of std IX asked certain pertinent questions.  On the whole, the program served the purpose for which it was organized.

    On 25/04/12, 23 students of std X were taken to Udavum Karangal situated in KInathukidavu which is on the way to Pollachi.  This centre of Udavun karangal has more than 200 inmates and a vast majority of them have been abandoned by their families after they developed some mental illness.  Our students entertained the inmates with a dance performance.  In addition to this,Sasi Kumar sir sang a song in Tamil while Mythili Maa'm danced to the tune of a devotional chord.  We contributed  a sum of Rs.1750 which was collected after the students had decided to fore go one of the Sunday tucks.  In addition to this, the teachers of CIRS too chipped in by contributing used clothes and other dress materials.


    Staying in the rigour of the boarding life, students find it difficult reaching out and interacting with the community as well as their near and dear ones. Any boarding school is limited in its access and exposure to everyday life. In order to overcome this deficiency, we utilize the students' winter vacations by designing inspiring and interesting assignments which make them reach out to the community and make a difference. The assignment integrates the application of varied subject knowledge gathered by the child into one creative effort. Each child's feedback and report of the project is collated, evaluated and awarded points by a team of teachers after the vacation. Some of the assignments developed are given under.


    Please click on the Project Title for the details.



    “We believe that the service of the country is the service of the Lord of Lords and Devotion to the People is the devotion to the Supreme Self” - Extract from the Chinmaya Family Pledge