We are Pune based IB Day & Boarding School focused on Excellence.
MIT Pune’s Vishwashanti Gurukul School and all IB authorized schools share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality and challenging international education that Gurukul believes, is important for students.
Creativity, activity, service (CAS) is one of the three essential elements that every student must complete as part of the Diploma Programme (DP).
Parent-teacher association has helped to develop a successful partnership between parents and school community
Why Choose IB?
- Encourages independent thinking.
- Inquiry-based learning
- Well-balanced and holistic development.
More than 15 Years of Experience
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School Campus Tour
To experience and understand the ethos at MITVGS, we welcome you for a tour of our thriving campus located at Rajbaug, Next to Hadapsar Loni – Kalbhor, Pune .
Reporting time: 9:30 A.M. to 12:00 noon (Monday to Saturday) at MITVGS front office
Maximum no. of visitors: 3 persons + candidate
Maximum no. of appointments: 3 per day
For any queries, please Contact
Life in Gurukul
Our School Life
THE PRIMARY SCHOOL (IB-PYP)
DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS AGED 3-11
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL (IB-MYP)
DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS AGED 11-16
DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS AGED 14-16
THE HIGH SCHOOL (IBDP)
DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS AGED 16-19
14 Years of academic excellence
456 Diploma Graduates
44 Highest diploma points
2 Math World Toppers
Students and Parents Club
8 years of life were cherished in the auspicious and rich Vishwashanti Gurukul and it has given me all the required nourishment to grow and pursue my goals. The fascinating trajectory at Gurukul comprises of the best experience I could ask for, be it in terms of academic, social, professional or personal. The teachers going an extra mile to help the deserving students, my peers studying late night solving exam problems and the staff being flexible to accommodate our needs is exactly the ambiance a student needs to learn and develop
The aesthetic beauty, infrastructure, and facilities definitely had a major role in attracting me to Gurukul, but by the end of it, what really kept me going were the friends, faculty, and memories that I was making. My parents were very happy about the fact that I was joining an institution that valued culture, and had a great balance between academics and extracurricular activities. Honestly, there were just delighted that I’d submit my laptop at night and would be getting up at 5:30 am. On the 2nd of July 2015