Guiding Principles

GIIS’ Vision

Our vision is to become a global role model for teaching and learning.



Our Mission

Our mission statement supports this vision while also conveying how we plan to realize it:

We nurture our global students into men and women, who will be leaders of distinction, committed to spirit of excellence, through high quality education imparted by globally experienced and caring teachers building strong virtues and values while focusing on all round development, creativity and entrepreneurship.

Core Values

To that end, several core values infuse everything we do at GIIS:

  • Manage with Information and Metrics
  • Agility and Adaptability
  • Honesty, Integrity and Ethical Practices
  • Attitude before Knowledge
  • Teamwork
  • Mentor, Coach and Make a Difference
  • Ambience for Learning

It’s no coincidence that GIIS is home to the Global Indian Mahatma Gandhi Centre for Universal Values. With a presence on GIIS campuses worldwide, the MGCUV not only gives our students valuable insights into the experiences and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, but also serves as an institutional lodestar in terms of the values and beliefs it reinforces, and their relevance to the world in which we live.



Quality Policy

We recognize that our vision is meaningless without a supporting framework. Because of this, we have implemented a number of measures aimed at keeping us on track while enhancing student learning.

These include:

  1. Adherence to a Quality Management System
  2. Sharing of best practices
  3. Actionable feedback based on stakeholder satisfaction surveys

Together, these add up to a viable and actionable system of checks and balances which keep both our vision and mission firmly in sight.

Quality Objectives

Our Quality Objectives work in tandem with our Quality Policy to ensure the following:

  1. Compliance to our Quality Management System
  2. Learning at all levels
  3. Stakeholder satisfaction
  4. Adherence to our values

As GIIS continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of today’s diverse student body as well as the global challenges ahead, one thing will remain the same: Our guiding principles.

Our vision, mission, core values, quality policy, and quality objectives have sustained us over the past decade and will continue to do so as we get closer to our vision of becoming an international standard for learning.