The Gitanjali Group of Schools was founded by Mr. Uma Karan and Mrs. Gita Karan. Mrs. Gita Karan has been an educator with over 40 years of experience and is a recipient of the National Award for Best Teacher by our then President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Under her leadership, the school has continued to innovate in teaching methodology and cultivate life long learning within our student and teacher community. Mrs. Karan even today provides personal attention to oversee the progress of each child enrolled in a Gitanjali
Our award winning schools have grown rapidly and are considered among the most prestigious schools in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. The curriculum is rich, the standard is high, and the number of students in each class is restricted. Our schools are committed to a smaller student population with available square footage per child on par with large international schools offering personalized teaching and more participation opportunities. The medium of instruction is English, and the first languages taught are Hindi and Telugu, and the second languages offered are Hindi, Sanskrit & Telugu.
We regard education as a building process. We have a proper plan, a system for efficient implementation of the plan, for checking/follow up and for corrective action when things go wrong. Once the students are with us, we follow them up until they succeed. That explains why there has been not a single failure in these 30 years. Academic results are excellent not because we are selective but because our teaching is methodical, comprehensive and well planned. We encourage children to achieve their maximum potential. Teachers and students share a close rapport because of the limited numbers in each class. Our leadership monitors the progress of each child.
In addition to recognition of our founder, Gitanjali Schools have been consistently ranked year after year among the top day schools in India by Education World magazine, Education Today, Times of India, Outlook Magazine, Brainfeed Magazine, Careers 360, School Brilliance and Digital Learning magazine among others.