The spirit of working together, the spirit of doing all that you can for others, is a part of an ethos that builds exemplary character.

Roshni Rai School is an endeavor to make a positive contribution to the society and maximize the use of resources available to Banyan Tree School. We help realize the dreams of children who come from a less privileged background to have a good education. We have classes from K.G to 9th.We follow the NCERT syllabus.

The first step is to motivate parents in the slum colony to send their children to the school complex for education. The teachers visit the slums on a regular basis to maintain contact with the parents. The teachers have been handpicked and are well trained. The students are provided with uniform and evening snacks.
The learning environment at Roshini Rai School is based on providing life skills, social skills as well as reading and writing skills to help them evolve into well-adjusted citizens of the country. The classes which are held in a lively and vivacious manner by the teachers, motivate the children not only to learn what is taught but also helps them become a part of the civilized and educated society.

The aim at Roshini Rai School apart from teaching is to organize activities for the all-round development of the children. Debates, dances, music, craft, English and Hindi skits, recitation of Sanskrit shlokas etc. are some of the other co-curricular activities. Children are also taken on educational excursions like the Rail Museum, Qutab Minar, Purana Quila, Humanyun Tomb, Tees January lane, Philantic museum etc. for picnics. Medical examination is done once a year for the children. Total hygiene is maintained in classrooms. Children are also given environmental and moral education. Children from 4th to 9th are taken for computer classes once a week.
On Friday the BANYAN TREE SCHOOL teachers teach students to draw, paint, sing, and do yoga and physical education.
Teachers use child cantered approach and students are given individual attention and the progress and development of each child is monitored. Worksheets on each subject are made from time to time by teachers. Parent teacher meetings are held thrice a year. Here the craft work done by the children is exhibited.

One of the major objectives is to bring out positive change among the children by intervening through education and
> To work for the development of under privileged sections of the society.
> To undertake community development work & literacy projects.
> To undertake activities pertaining to livelihood programs.
> To organize exchange visits, seminars, study tours, training programs etc. on issues related to social development & education.