Abhyasa Residential Public School

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Abhyasa International Residential Public School
Abhyasa
Abhysa logo.jpg
Perfection through Practice
Location
Toopran, Medak, Andhra Pradesh, 502334, India India
Coordinates 17°50′28″N 78°28′59″E / 17.84124°N 78.48319°E / 17.84124; 78.48319
Information
Type International School, Independent School, Boarding School
Founder Vinayak Kalletla
Status Open
School board CISCE and IGCSE
School code AP082
Dean Mr. Nikhil Salve (Dean of Student Administration)
Principal Vinayak Kalletla
Vice principal sheshu
Grades 4-12
Gender Coeducational
Language English
Area 25 acres (100,000 m2)
Campus type Urban (Spacious with Concrete Structures)
Houses Shiva     and Shakti    
Colour(s)              Gold, Red and White
Athletics Track and Field and Cross Country Running[1]
Sports Basketball, Cricket, Badminton, Table tennis, Football
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Abhyasa Residential Public School (Telugu: అభ్యాస ఱెసిదెన్తిఅల్ పబ్లిక్ స్కూల్) commonly known as Abhyasa, is a residential, co-educational private school situated at Toopran in the Medak District of Andhra Pradesh in India.

The school promotes traditional Indian values in students, such as touching the feet of elders to celebrating festivals of all religions. Students also practice Yoga, Meditation and Vedic Recitation.[2]

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