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Register for SSE


There are two intakes for registration in the SSE programme – January and July. Parents may register using the form provided at the bottom of this page.  For your convenience, the following key information is repeated below:

Details of SSE conducted by Sri Sathya Sai Society, Singapore :
Sunday, 9.15am to 11.45am
Sathya Sai Baba Centre, 133 Moulmein Road, Singapore 308083

Term structure:

Term 1: 10th Jan – 11th Apr 2021

Term 2: 4th July – 26th September 2021

Level structure (2021):

Tiny Tots – age 4 to 6

Group 1A (i) – age 7

Group 1A (ii) – age 8

Group 1B (i) – age 9

Group 1B (ii) – age 10

Group 2 (i) – age 11

Group 2 (ii) – age 12

Group 3 – age 13 to 14

Group 4 – age 15 to 18

SSE Programme consists of weekly lessons and Sai Centred Activities.

Download the Registration Forms Below

Online Form:


New to Singapore Sai Society?

We do periodically get inquiries from both new Sai devotees as well as existing Sai devotees who are new to Singapore, on how they can participate and contribute to the centre’s activities. Here is a quick reference guide to help you

1. Who is Swami? The About Swami link on our page can help you understand more about Swami.

2. Want to know more about the history of our centre located at 133 Moulmein Road, Singapore? Read our Centre History section on our website. Key events such as Maha Shivarathri and Akhanda Bhajan are held at our centre with all night bhajan sessions. Swami’s Birthday celebrations are held on 23 Nov usually at Toa Payoh stadium, Toa Payoh.

3. Bhajans bring Sai devotees together. We have bhajans at our centre every day. The Bhajan schedule at 133 Moulmein provides you the details of the daily bhajan sessions. We have Chinese and English Bhajans conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. The main bhajan for the week is held every Thursday at 8pm. Veda Chanting at 7pm precedes Bhajan sessions on Thursdays.

4. The Singapore centre has 5 major wings – Seva, SSE (Sai Spiritual Education), Spiritual, Youth and Ladies. Our wing co-ordinators are

Seva : Bro. Satya  (
SSE : Sis Dimps or Sis Vijaya (
Spiritual : Sis Padmashree (
Youth : Bro Vishwar Ravichandran (
Ladies : Sis. Rema Menon (Tel 62920903)

5. We have over 300 students joining our SSE sessions every Sunday at MDIS campus. More details on our SSE program can be found our SSE page. Registrations are open around the year – However the terms start in January or July. Bus services are available for pickup and drop-off from all parts of Singapore.

6. Seva activities are undertaken by volunteers every week with food packaging and food distribution to eldery and needy.

7. Our Spiritual unit conducts Rudram classes every Sunday at MDIS campus. Parents of SSE students are welcome to join these sessions. Every Sunday morning, Nagara Sankeerthan sessions are held at Srinivasa Perumal Temple between 6.30 and 7.30 am.

8. The Ladies wing meets 19th of every month at 133 Moulmein Road.

9. In addition to above we run administration and IT service units. You can join as volunteer in our admin team or help us in the IT team by managing our multi-media equipment, help manage the website and IT systems within the centre.


Volunteers Needed

You can contribute immensely in any of the below areas.

Email us at with your area of interest.

★ Singer, instrumentalist and interested in Bhajans

★ AUDIO equipment expert handling the Mixing equipment for Bhajans sessions

★ IT specialists handling the website maintenance / small IT APPLICATION development / computer maintenance

★ Have a good still photo / Video Camera & is able to cover photography / videography during events

★ Good at Video editing, making documentaries

★ GURU and can help in SSE Program

★ Teaching English as part of volunteer programmes

★ GOOD at admin work & can help in secretariat

★ Please complete the SaiNews form & tell us your areas of interest


Centre History

It is difficult to exactly pinpoint when the Sai movement in Singapore has begun. However, it was in the early Seventies that interest in Sri Sathya Sai Baba began to gather strong momentum. Bhajan sessions (gatherings where the glories of God are sung) were held in the homes of devotees every Thursday and other days as convenient.

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