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Niranjana Public Welfare School
Niranjana Public Welfare School offers free, high quality education to the poorest of the poor, regardless of religion, cast or sex.
Classes first began twelve years ago in three basic rooms. However, in 2007, with the help of donations (mainly from Japan, New Zealand and Australia), a large school building was built, allowing the student body to expand to its current size. The satellite schools provide children in particularly remote areas with the chance for an education.
Main school is currently attended by 324 male and female students (5-15yrs in 10 levels)
Satellite schools in two remote locations attended by 90 male and female students
Currently 12 male and female teaching staff paid monthly wage
School uniforms, computers, musical instruments, text books, pens, paper, etc. provided
- The subjects taught are:
Hindi General Knowledge Sanskrit Mathematics English General Knowledge Science Social Studies Biology Nutrition and Hygiene Art Meditation Music Spiritual and Buddhist Studies Yoga Computer studies
Students study at Niranjana up until class 7 after which point they study at the local Government School until class 10. The senior students are still supported by NPWS in their studies. Tutoring classes for senior students run each day, morning and evening.