The CIRS daily schedule runs from 5.10am to 9.15pm for juniors and from 5.40am to 10.30pm for seniors. It harnesses the different aspects of the students' personality for self-development.


The day begins with half an hour of jogging to energize the body. After bathing, the students attend a spiritual class that educates them on higher values and creates awareness about Indian culture and tradition. After a sumptuous breakfast, the entire school assembles together. The assembly starts with a prayer and a cultural talk and includes various interesting programs and presentations.


This is followed by the academic periods 10 per day (Academic period 10 and Supervised Studies 3 periods) intercepted by a short break. After lunch students relax for a while in their dorms before they return for their regular classes. In the evening students play sports of their choice and pursue their hobbies.


After freshening up, they participate in the evening Aarti which instills devotion and thus facilitates spiritual and cultural development. After dinner, students are given free time to listen to music or watch appropriate TV programmes.


Some choose to spend time discussing with tutors. Private study is encouraged in the dormitories, especially for the senior students. In this way, the students at CIRS lead a balanced and well-rounded lifestyle which is invigorating, enriching and enlightening.


"Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each." - Plato