Sri Sathya Sai International Centre, New Delhi

Welcome to Sri Sathya Sai International Centre (A Unit of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust), Pragati Vihar, Bhisham Pitamah Marg, New Delhi - 110003

The purpose of this centre is to become a catalyst for the inexorable movement of mankind towards a global civilization. Science has come to the conclusion that consciousness is the basic building block of creation and as such there is a growing convergence between science and spirituality.

For higher consciousness, we need to understand our ‘Higher Self’ and have a holistic approach to our developments. Towards this end, various initiatives need to be taken for an integrated view of life.

The most important of these is to develop a new paradigm for the decision makers of the world. The paradigm of “Integrated Wholeness”, that we all are ONE.


۞ About Us:

Sri Satya Sai International Centre for Human Values is a non-profit, non-governmental organization which is a unit directly under the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, Prasanthi Nilayam, Anantpur District, Andhra Pradesh-515134, India. The basic aim of the Centre is to groom persons of character in Society through education and training.


۞ Location:

This beautiful centre is located in the heart of New Delhi, near Jawahar Lal Nehru stadium and is at a 2-minute walking distance from the JLN Stadium Metro station. Click on the Map to enlarge:

Built on a 1.5 -Acre campus, the lush green lawns with majestic Margosa and Eucalyptus trees and a well maintained garden exude serenity of constant bliss and happiness. The centre has two main buildings, the Auditorium Building and the School Building. The grandeur lies in the three beautiful domes on the buildings that give a spiritual look to the whole environment.

Facing south on the western side is the Auditorium Building, which has the State President's Office, the Auditorium, the Hall of Prayer and contemplation, the Hall of Silence, and the Welcome Centre. There is also a beautiful room on the ground floor where people pay their obeisance to Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

Facing south on the eastern side is the School Building, which has the Free Primary School, the school administrative offices, the library, the book store and the free medical clinic.

A bird's-eye view of the centre during Night


۞ Managing Committee:

1. Shri M. Rasgotra
Former Foreign Secretary of India
Chairman

2. Shri Jatinder Cheema
State President
Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, Delhi-NCR

3. Shri S.K. Birla
Director
Birla Brothers Pvt. Ltd.

4. Shri M.N. Krishnamani
Senior Advocate
Supreme Court

5. Shri B. M. Munjal
Chairman
Hero Moto Corp
(Padmabhushan)

6. Dr. R. C. Panda IAS (Retd.)
Central Administrative Tribunal
Former Secretary (Govt. Of India)

7. Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Shri I. K. Varma
AVSM, PVSM

8. Shri R. K. Dua
Managing Director
Relaxo Footwear

9. Shri Rajiv Mahajan
Partner
J Mitra & Brothers


۞ School Programmes - Orientation Programme on Human Values:

The purpose of a sound and effective education system is to impart knowledge along with values, in order to groom persons of character who can provide leadership in all walks of life. To meet this objective, the Centre has galvanized a movement aimed at incorporating human values as a fundamental part of our education system.

The basic purpose is to elevate education to ‘educare’, to bring out the divinity inherent in every human being. The aim is to use education as a tool to groom men and women of character, who will know the art of living together in a global society.

Towards this end, Sai International Centre conducts Orientation Programmes for the Principals of different school systems. The goal is to groom the Principals as the Master Trainers who will become the catalysts for value-based leadership training to the vast community of teachers and the students.

The Orientation Programme has the following objectives: -

1. Affect a transformational process among the participants, which may eventually lead to self- actualization.

2. Initiate a change in the mind-set of the participants to become men and women of character, who are capable of transmitting values both by precept and by example.

3. Introduce the world of values and highlight the importance of character building. Emphasize the universal acceptance of the five basic human values of Truth, Righteous Conduct, Love, Peace, and Non- violence across religions and their compatibility with the concepts of modern science.

4. Explore the manner in which education in Human Values has so far been introduced in the school curricula and functioning.

5. Examine the philosophy, methodology, pedagogy, and relevance of value-oriented education.

6. Understand and learn the philosophy of “Unity of Existence” through Human values.


۞ Online Programme on Human Values:

The Sri Sathya Sai International Centre also conducts an online certificate programme on "Education In Human Values". For more information, please click here