Sainik School East Siang



The classrooms are well ventilated with white boards and flannel boards to provide an ideal sanctum for academic progress to take place.

Classroom Technology

Each classroom is equipped with a projector and a visualizer. Certain topics are taught with the help of this technology so as to make learning an interactive and immersive experience for the students.

Computer Lab

The age of technology is upon us and it is becoming increasingly difficult for someone to function without knowledge of computers. At SSES, we realize this and have a state-of-the-art computer lab in the school premises. The computer lab is air conditioned with adequate number of latest PCs which have all the required software installed. All PCs have internet connection. This lab is specially designed to educate the students with the latest technology so that the Risers get comfortable with technology from a young age.

Labs and library

There are well equipped Science laboratories. The school also has a library well-stocked with books and periodicals.

Sports Ground

Our school has a playground where New Age as well as traditional sports is played.

Sports and Games

We have sports for all age groups so that Risers can relax and exercise at the same time with a sporting spirit. The school has appointed a trained Physical Training Master to train the Risers in various indoor games like chess and carom and outdoor games like football, volleyball, etc. We encourage Risers to participate in all the sports events.

Hostel Facilities

  1. Sainik School East Siang School has excellent Hostel facilities that give the Hostellers a feel of home away from home in a green and clean environment.
  2. The school provides separate Hostel facilities for different classes.
  3. Risers can feel safe within the walls of the campus as the campus is fully secured with round the clock guards on duty.
  4. An in-house nurse is also available 24×7, should the hostellers need any medical attention. hostellers are also provided with healthy and scrumptious home-like food during their stay.
  5. The Hostel is well administered by the House Masters, who is assisted by wardens. Additionally, each Hosteller is assigned a hosteller Parent who acts in loco parentis, playing the role of a parent/mentor/counselor/guide and teacher.
  6. The Hosteller parents provide a caring and loving environment to all hostellers and positively support and nurture the overall development of the child.
  7. The study schedules and remedial classes at Sainik School East Siang School give a great opportunity for Hostellers to flourish academically.
  8. Hostellers also follow a strict code of rules, and it should be noted that any form of misconduct (bullying, misbehaving, bringing banned substances like tobacco, alcohol, gutkha, supari etc.) will result in strict disciplinary action and the Riser may be asked to leave the school.
  9. Sports and games are quintessential for the overall development of a Riser. As such, all Hostellers are encouraged to participate in different sporting activities to improve their health, team-skills, confidence and self-esteem.
  10. Hostel life is not all about work. Every second Saturday, the hostellers enjoy a movie. On Sundays, the Risers does Shramdhan, children spend some time in the library, and the remaining day is spent playing games and in recreational activities.


Chemistry Laboratory

  1. Laboratory experiences are essential for Risers in many science courses.
  2. Risers are allowed to have a lab partner while getting involved in the lab activities.
  3. An experienced faculty member associated with the concerned subject is always present at the time of any experiment in the lab.
  4. Risers are also allowed to have some extra time to set up a lab/workshop to complete their assignments on time.
  5. This allows more time to focus on procedures and results and eliminate the stress that may result from time constraints.
  6.  To ensure safety, a teacher provides a thorough lab orientation and necessary adjustments to procedures, depending on the specific lab activity or experiment/s.


Physics Laboratory

  1. The Physics Laboratory is well equipped with all the apparatus and equipments.
  2. The Risers are encouraged and motivated to undertake experiments supervised by experienced faculty members.
  3. The lab is built with up-to-date scientific instruments and stands well equipped as per the curriculum.


Biology Laboratory

  1. The school Biology Laboratory is equipped with modern equipments and apparatus.
  2. Risers get the chance to learn different concepts of the living world through models and specimens available in the lab.
  3. Teachers assist the Risers during lab experiments.

Computer Cell

  1. As technology continues to lead society’s future, computers in the classroom are a common sight. 
  2. The school has one computer labs where there are sufficient computers for all the Risers during a single period/class.
  3. A computer helps children focus on the project at hand and serves as a vital tool for maintaining a Riser’s interest in the topic learned.
  4. Computers bring an element of hands on learning to the classroom that is engaging and mentally stimulating.

School Infirmary

  1. The school has an infirmary that provides a qualified nurse who tends to the medical needs of the Risers with all the necessary medical equipments.
  2. Risers are sent to the infirmary when they need medical assistance.

Life Skills

  • Adolescence is a vital stage of exploration, growth and development. It is the transition stage from childhood to adulthood.
  • An individual in this stage undergoes physiological and psychosocial maturation. It is also a stage where young people extend their relationships beyond parents and family and are intensely influenced by peers and the outside world in general.
  • These are the years of creativity, possibility and spirit of adventure. However, it is also a stage of experimentation, risk taking and making uninformed decisions which is greatly influenced by peer pressure.
  • Adolescence thereby is a turning point in one’s life—a period of increased potential yet a period of greater vulnerability. And so, with life situation becoming more complex and challenging, there is a great need for young boys and girls to learn how to face and cope with challenges and changes in life.
  • Life Skills enable them to take on the challenges of life with confidence and courage.
  • Acquisition of Life Skills by students enables them to deal effectively with life’s adversities and stressful moments in life.


World Health Organisation (WHO) has identified ten core Life Skills and they are as follows:

  1. Self Awareness: It includes recognition of ‘self’, our character, strengths and weaknesses, desires and dislikes, of being aware of oneself and people around.
  2. Empathy: It is the ability to imagine what life is like for another person. It can help us to accept others, who may be very different from ourselves.
  3. Critical Thinking: It is an ability to analyze information and experiences in an objective manner. Critical Thinking can contribute to a well balanced way of life by helping us to recognize and assess the factors that influence attitudes and behavior.
  4. Creative Thinking: It is a novel way of seeing or doing things that is characteristic of four components-fluency, flexibility, originality and elaboration.
  5. Decision Making: It helps us to deal constructively with decisions; it includes how to actively make decisions about their actions in relation to a healthy assessment of different options.
  6. Problem Solving: It helps us to deal constructively with problems in our lives. Significant problems that are left unresolved can cause mental stress and give rise to accompanying physical strain. Therefore, equipping oneself with this skill will help us deal with problems effectively.
  7. Interpersonal skills: It helps us to relate in positive ways with people we interact and also to maintain and sustain healthy relationship around.
  8. Effective Communication: It refers to being able to express oneself, both verbally and non-verbally. This means the ability to express opinions and desires, and also needs and fears.
  9. Coping with Stress: It means recognizing the sources of stress in our lives, recognizing how they affect us, and how we act in a way that can helps us control our levels of stress.
  10. Managing Emotions: It refers to recognizing emotions within us and others, being aware of how emotions influence behavior and being able to respond to emotions appropriately.

All these skills are interrelated and reinforce each other. Together, they are responsible for our psychosocial competence; build our self-esteem and self-efficacy and nurture holistic development.

According to UNICEF, Life Skills is “…a behaviour change or behaviour development approach to address a balance of three areas: knowledge, attitude and skills”. .Therefore, Life Skills enable individuals to translate knowledge, attitude and values into well-informed and healthy behavior, i.e. what to do and how to do it.

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