Trekking a 2882 feet high slope amidst paddy fields, coconut trees, and sugarcane ranches could be amazing for mind, body, and soul. The junior boys of Jain International Residential School (JIRS) got a chance to live this experience by trekking to Kunti Betta, a hill standing tall in Pandavapura, Karnataka. The trek was an eye opener for the boys as they were exposed to the obstacles and challenges that mountain trekking offers. The boys completed all the assigned tasks and activities with zeal and exuberance.
To offer students experiential learning adventurous trip of microlight flying was organised by Jain International Residential School. The activity took place at the Government Flying Training School (GFTS), one of the oldest flying schools in the country. The students divided into batches for this adventurous activity. It was an enriching experience to watch students soaring the heights of the limitless sky and enjoy every moment to the fullest possible extent. Every student got a chance to try out flying the microlight aircraft. All of the pupils received certificates following this exercise.