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|Motto||Learn to Lead|
|Founder||Mr. Manu Makhija|
|Location||Tamil Nadu, India|
Shrishti is located in Brammapuram, a part of Katpadi in Vellore city in India's southern state, Tamil Nadu, between Chennai and Bangalore. It is 130 km west of Chennai and 180 km east of Bengaluru [Bangalore]. The nearest airport is Chennai, (a two and half hours drive). The Vellore- Katpadi junction railway station is 3.5 km from the school and accessible by train and road both from Chennai and Bengaluru. The school neighbors the VIT University, one of the best universities in India.
When he school was first started, only the Matric school was opened. The CBSE school was started later on the request of the parents. This is because, Matriculation is only followed in Tamil Nadu. CBSE syllabus is followed all over India.The matriculation board is not as competent as CBSE of education, but better than Tamil Nadu State Board syllabus. Those who opt for CBSE perform better in National level exams. But, to get a seat in State Universities, the matriculation board syllabus is more than enough.
About 25 lakhs are being invested in this school annually. The school has over 2700 students from many states and different countries. The school has over 45 buses.
The school along with Ida Scudder school houses the elite of Vellore. The schools share a huge campus equipped with a full-sized football field, 4 basketball courts, a volley ball court, a hand ball court and so on. The Annual cultural event Utsav, is celebrated in a great resplendent fashion. Students of this school are admitted to top notch Engineering and Medical Institutes.
Shrishti Padasala campus is located on the National Highway connecting Vellore and Chittor. It is very close to the Katpadi Railway Station.
Shrishti started its Hostel on June 2010. It accommodates over 1100 students from ages 10 to 18.
The school is managed by the "MAKHIJA FOUNDATION" an NRI funded charitable trust.