Educational Tour

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Educational Tour

Educational Tours or excursions generally lend a new lease of dimension to the knowledge gained by the students inside the classrooms at Sesomu. Sesomu shows special interest in undertaking educational tours & trips for its students. Boarders are frequently taken on educational trips & tours. The tour or trip may encompass a visit to an industry or an agricultural farm, place of historical importance or any establishment, which enhances their knowledge. By organizing such educational tours & trips the students are provided with ample opportunities to supplement their learning in the classrooms. It is part and parcel of the academic exposure given to students to give them experiential learning which enhances overall development in order to groom their dynamic personality. It is a planned visit to enhance the knowledge of students. It provides more interactive and practical approach towards teaching students. The tours are being organazed by the school to interact with the students and understand them better. These real life exprience have a more impact on students than any text books. These trips make students  more confident and independent which is a good beginning for them as they get to learn a lot of things in fun filled experience. They to learn new things about different cultures, local customs and get more opportunity to explore themselves which inturn help them to develop new and novel way of understanding and analyzing things in and around them.

Tour 1

NAINITAL-The city of lakes & Jim Corbett National Park BHIMTAL

Welcome to Jim Corbett National Park, the first wildlife reserve of India, extending over an area of more than 500 sq km in the Himalayan foothills. Corbett national park was established in 1936, as the Hailey National Park. In 1955-56 it has changed to Ramganga National Park and finally Jim Corbett National Park in the honor of legendary hunter-turned- conservationist, best known for hunting man-eating tigers and leopards in the Kumaon and lower Garhwal in the 1920s.


AHMEDABAD – The land of fairs and festivities ANAND –AMUL DAIRY, LOTHAL- A Journey To The Ancient Harappan Civilization

Founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411 AD, Ahmedabad, in the state of Gujarat, has grown into one of the most important modern cities of India. Straddling the Sabarmati river, this prosperous city of six million is a delight for archeologists, anthropologists, architects, histsorians, sociologists, traders, argain hunters, and plain tourists. An exciting combination of traditions and modernism, Ahmedabad captures all visitors with its diversity of places, religious and ethnic communities. It is interesting to see how Indian atmosphere mix with the colonial British influence, how Hinduism, the world's oldest existing religion develops in the globalising world.


HIMACHAL-The Land of Gods, MANALI “Valley of The Gods-KULLU


Once called the “end of the habitable world,” Manali is an important hill station of northern India and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year. In brief, Manali-the veritable “valley of the Gods”-is an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort. The Kullu is in brightly patterned puttoos, Tibetan women wearing ankle-length rainbow-striped pinafores, Nepali porters, Buddhist monks, and even the odd party of Zanskaris, swathed in fusty woolen gonchas, muddled together with souvenir-hunting Indian and Western tourists-all add up to the welcoming hubbub of Manali. When the sun decides to say goodbye to a peaceful day it’s time for the reunion, which transcends the boundaries, that man has laid. From Amritsar 35 Km on the road to Lahore (Pakistan), is India-Pakistan border, which is also known as “Attari (India)-“Wagah” (Pakistan) border.