nasr preprimary

Early childhood education promotes the right of all children to education of the highest quality.

nasr boys

Nasr has been ranked among the 100 best schools of INDIA.

nasr girls

Nasr is a perfect blend of the modern and traditional. While we are aware that we are part of an ever evolving knowledge

About Us

Nasr provides an ideal education to prepare for the 21st Century. The school offers a strong academic programme, an exceptional faculty, superb campus, kaleidoscope of co-curricular activities and community involvement programme.
 
The teachers prepare the students for a new century characterized by rapid and constant change. The students are equipped to play an active role in the international world where people and cultures surpass national boundaries.
 
Nasr Teaching Technology converge in a single, all encompassing goal. It focuses on,
 
Cultural conditions of young minds in tune with futuristic knowledge based society.
The ready and instant relationships suitable for transient team orientation.
Talent exploitation and acquisition.
Continuous upgradation and bench marking with the support of its enlightened faculty.
 
Parental involvement is critical to student's success. A healthy interaction between the school, student and home is encouraged. You are invited to participate in the education of your child by reinforcing positive attitudes towards learning and healthy work habits.

NASR History


1965

Establishment Of Nasr School

1974

Princess Esra Jah visits Nasr

1978

Barbara Cartland welcomed by Begum Anees Khan

1980

A Royal visit by her majesty Queen Elizabeth II

1982

Nasr girls were selected to represent Andhra Pradesh at the Asiad

1983

Pre Primary shifted to somaji guda

1988

The ISC Section was inaugurated by Field Marshal Manekshaw.

1988

Nature Club and the Red Cross Society were set up.

1990

Pre Primary opens its doors to Boys.

1991

Ever increasing numbers led to the formation of the fifth House and all the...

1996

Nasr Expands

1998

Nasr Boys

2001

Nasr In 2001

2003

Ruskin bond

2007

Nasr Global

2009

Nasr Banjara

2010

45 Years

Board of Directors

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Begum Anees Khan,

Chairperson, Nasr Education Society

A gold medalist at the graduate level of Osmania University, she completed her M.Ed from U.S.A Begum Anees Khan, a towering personality, a dynamic person and a strict disciplinarian has a unique gift of selecting the best people to mold her school. All the teachers sincerely look after the welfare of the students and the school as their motivating factor. She is active in social service and loves activities that challenge her mind. A versatile and zealous worker and is known as a hard-task master and at the same time a patient and a very understanding person.
The Secretary speaks... Nasr provides an ideal education to prepare for the 21st Century. The school offers a strong academic programme, an exceptional faculty, superb campus, kaleidoscope of co-curricular activities and community involvement programme. The teachers prepare the students for a new century characterized by rapid and constant change. The students are equipped to play an active role in the international world where people and cultures surpass national boundaries.

Nawab Mir Khutubuddin Khan,

Secreatary, Nasr Education Society

A mentor to many with a versatile ideology to develop a childs personality. Mr Khan has been in-charge of administration and infrastructure in both the Girls and Boys Schools. A keen horseman, he initiated the Nasr Polo Club and revived the Royal Sport in Hyderabad.

Mr. Asadulla Pasha,
Director

A well-known social and legal figure. Mr Pasha is the Head of the Pasha Education Trust. He is also Chairman of the Legal and Human Rights Cell of the Hyderabad District Congress.

Mrs. Raees Hasan,
Director

A strong support for Begum Anees Khan to establish Nasr. Mrs. Hasan has been in charge of the Pre-Primary School since 1987 and is known for her acumen in dealing with young children. She is also the in-charge of Nasr Literacy Centre.

Dr. Syed Shah Khusro Hussaini,
Director

An eminent educationist, he is the President of Khaja Education Society, Gulbarga, an association that believes in fostering communal harmony and universal brotherhood.

Mr. Khusru Ali Baig,
Director

A retired Banker from the Bank of India, he is the Financial Advisor to the school. He is also the Trustee of Mumtaz Yar Maddalah Trust.

Mrs. Aliya Yar Khan,
Director

The first student of Nasr, at present in Canada, she is an educationist continuing the tradition of the family.

Mrs. Begum Salwa Khan,
Director

A key individual in the expansion of Nasr, Mrs Khan initiated the Nasr Branch School, Banjara Hills. Nasr Boys School was started with her ideologies.

NASR Teaching

Nasr Teaching Technology (NTT), a tested teaching concept for primary, secondary and pre-university schooling helps the teacher and student understand the ethics of harvesting knowledge and to inculcate learning habits to develop skills through talent search and adapt a friendly learning environment. 
 
Assimilation and mannerisms are key structures.
 
“it is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge”.
 
Nasr Education Society, developers of NTT, would be conducting orientation programs to streamline our education policy. Various topics of teaching and methodologies would be accomplished through the traditional way of teacher workshops.
 
The three main bases of the workshops being concept to classroom, constructivism and Interdisciplinary Learning (CCI)
 
Concept to Classroom
 
The workshops are based in theory, practical and some are based in methodology but all of the workshops include plenty of tips and strategies to make classrooms with no boundaries.
 
Constructivism
 
In the classroom, the constructivist view of learning can point towards a number of different teaching practices. In the most general sense, It usually means encouraging students to use active techniques (experiments, real-world problem solving) to create more knowledge and then to reflect on and talk about what they are doing and how their understanding is changing. The teacher makes sure he / she understands the students’ pre-existing conceptions, and guides the activity to address them and then build on them. 
 
Constructivist teachers encourage students to constantly assess how the activity is helping them gain understanding. By questioning themselves and their strategies, students in the constructivist classroom ideally become “expert Learners”. This gives them ever-broadening tools to keep learning. In our well-planned classroom environment, the students learn ‘HOW TO LEARN’.
 
Interdisciplinary Learning
 
Interdisciplinary Learning is one of many ways to learn in over the course of a curriculum. When educators consider their curricular objectives and students’ needs, they may choose interdisciplinary learning to deliver part of all of the content they will present. This method can help bring students to a new awareness of the meaningful connections that exist among the disciplines.
 
A curriculum that is interdisciplinary presents content, talent, skills and thinking process, and assessments through exploring connections among the discipline. Nasr teaching technology boasts of a strong curriculum to prepare the students for the challenges beyond the classroom.
 
Mr. Mohiuddin Mohammed, Director Academics - Nasr Education Society an alumnus of the University of Nottingham, UK, having earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Management. The ideology of his thesis portrays: Learning is a process, and a School is the place where it is practiced and mastered. Only when each child feels special about them self as a learner, success in different forms is achievable. Teachers are tools in this process, while Parents being constant guides. Mr. Mohammed explains that the journey will be different for each child, and more difficult with some children than with others. Forming successful parent-student-teacher triangles will go a long way in launching the child into a life that will ultimately be of their own creation.
 
In his words: “With an insight, I wish to motivate young minds and conflate their ideas with my own. The appetence to acquire knowledge and skill is fading; realizing that the most sophisticated technologies are useless, if people don't know how to use it efficiently - has been the driving force behind my work.  Education wasn't, isn't and will never be about the acquisition of marks, but it is pivotal to be able to reproduce knowledge by leading as an example. I believe in inspiring a child with a strong entrepreneurial Attitude, who's intentions and focus is on pure result, and in turn attainment of change required to be a leader.”
 

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NASR Awards


LIONS CLUB AWARD

1992-1993

NATIONAL INTEGRATION AWARD

1994

CITATION OF HONOUR from the NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF MINORITIES

2007

Rotary International District 3150

2007

GLENDALE ACADEMY

2008

KHAN BAHADUR BABUKHAN FOUNDATION

2012-2013

WCRC LEADERS EXCELLENCE AWARD

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