If you want to be the best…
Sri Vani Education Centre is the dream child of Late Sri R.S. Hanumantha Rao, a renowned philanthropist with a magnanimous personality.
The Dream of Sri Rao began when he started working in Vinayaka High School in Cubbonpet, Bangalore. During this period he was inspired to start his own educational institution. With an aim to provide quality education to children, Sri Rao started Sri Vani Education Centre in 1966 with a small group of 18 children. With his industriousness and dedication, Sri Vani Education Centre achieved good reputation within a short span of time.Seeing the success of this school, people from his native village, Narasipura, requested him to start a high school, as children were commuting a very long distance for their school. Despite his financial crisis, Sri Rao started Athmarama High School during that time.
After his sudden demise in the year 1972, his wife Smt. R.H. Usha with the support of her 5 children and her brothers, successfully took up te administration of the institution. With her sincerity and earnestness, today Sri Vani is known as one of the foremost educational institutions in Bengaluru. Sri Vani Education Centre is a leading educational institution educating more than 5,500 students in 3 separate campuses – Ramavana at Rajajinagar, Shamavana at Basaveshwarnagar and Hanumavana off Magadi Road in the Garden city of Bengaluru.
Sri Vani Science Park is another feather in the cap. This Science Park has got many firsts to its credit. Spread over an area of four and a half acres, it has a big collection of scientific toys, speciments, models and other exhibits, an open air physics lab, a geological and physical science museum, a rock garden and a biodiversity park. The entire surrounding is full of greenery adding a unique ambience to the school environment making this an educational paradise.
Language is embedded in culture. Culture breeds traditions and values which in turn nurture the heritage in practice. Educational institutions reinforce the importance and practice of heritage values. Such is Sri Vani Education Centre, as part of Bangalore’s heritage since founding in 1966. Shaped by a rich cultural diversity and inheritance of values, Sri Vani has enforced its role as a catalytic agent in purveying culture among the posterity in every opportunity of its engagement and interaction, be it academic, scholastic or performing arts.
Values, during formative years seamlessly inculcate in children. Further, values internalize, Influence and are identifiable as responsible adult behavior. Performing arts to this end has a bearing on the attitude as a bridge in holistic development of a well-tempered individual. Infinite possibilities have carved a niche in the culturally diverse society of Bengaluru among like-minded parents who seek as you enter PU, you have a dream, don’t you? A young person like you will be keen to make a mark as an achiever – as a doctor, or an engineer or a scientist or a chartered accountant.