WELCOME TO SRI SATHYA SAI CENTRE FOR HUMAN EXCELLENCE (FOR BOYS)

The concept of Sri Sathya Sai Centre for Human Excellence is unique and original. The motto granted by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba is ‘Yogah Karmasu Kaushalam’ - Perfection in Action is Yoga. This Centre, as envisioned by HIM, has three wings.

Centre for Higher Education - This is an outreach centre of University of Mysore, Karnataka. The Centre will create competent teachers with strength of character. The college is based on Sri Sathya Sai philosophy of Integral Education in its true sense. Academic education will be only a small part of personality moulding. The focus will be more on 'man-making' and 'character-building'. The goal of spiritual advancement will be the soul of education here, along with training in yoga and physical activities.

Center for Training and Development - This is a training and development centre to upgrade skills and knowledge of the teachers, who are already serving in various educational campuses. This wing will inculcate spiritual thirst and moral strength in the teachers. The objectives of the courses offered under this wing is to work on the 'SQ' (Spiritual Quotient) and 'HQ' (Happiness Quotient) of the candidates, apart from developing their teaching and communication skills, interpersonal skills, and thereby upgrading their total competency level.

Centre for Research and Publications - This wing is a research centre which promotes study and research on the teachings and mission of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. This will be a first-of-its-kind programme to promote research of the teachings and philosophy of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Research will also be done on the principles and practice of Indian culture with stress on its unique contribution of 'Brotherhood of Man and Fatherhood of God'. A comparative study and research on religions of the world, highlighting their essential unity and harmony, will also be part of the curriculum.

Sri Sathya Sai Centre for Human Excellence started functioning from Summer 2014.