We welcome our boys and girls who have passed out Sandur Residential School over the last 6 decades. We have had about twenty thousand of you who have passed out since 1959.
Our experiences of school days connect us in a special and a unique manner. Many of you have reached different corners of the world and many of you have come back to teach and work here at Sandur, we are very proud of all of you.
As the education environment is ever evolving across the world we encourage our alumni with expertise to write to us if they could contribute to upskilling by a guest lecture, mentorship and counselling.
We welcome our old boys and girls who wish to visit the school to meet the principal and discuss matters where one can contribute.
We enjoy hearing from you, write to us at email@example.com and tell us about your teachers, your classmates, on how SRS shaped you on becoming you and other ideas on wanting to be in touch or visiting us or contributing. This will go along in taking forward our journey together and being in touch.
KC Pant, Minister of Education Government of India, New Delhi, 4th February, 1985
I am happy to know that the Sandur Residential School, Sandur, Bellary District (Karnataka), was celebrating its Silver Jubilee on 9th and 10th February 1985. For any institution its Silver Jubilee is a land mark. It is also an appropriate occasion for stock-taking. A school is naturally proud of its students who excel in any field of life, but even more important are the virtues and values it inculcates in the minds of children. I send my best wishes for the success of your celebrations.