Ashirvad Nagar,Bidada Pipari Road, Bidada

About Us

!! सा विद्या या विमुक्तये !!

Man Making Education

"If the poor cannot come to education, education must reach them at the plough, in the factory and everywhere" - Swami Vivekananda

I am Educated Means

Character Building

Character building has to be the core of education, if we follow the great men and philosophers like Swami Vivekananda or Albert Einstein. A vessel with a hole cannot store water, likewise, if our children do not develop or shape up their body, health, mind, emotions and intellect, whatever amount of information we give them in the name of education, not much can be received and stored.

Holistic Curriculum

To develop holistic characters we must have in place a holistic curriculum. If education is not just some amount of information sharing then we need to have a curriculum in place that takes care of character building, Man-Making and self-reliant life building assimilation of Ideas put together in the curriculum and the textbooks.

Experiential Learning

We believe that education should be a process of "learning to be" and not just "learning to know". Learning to become an evolved Being or self realisation, cannot happen without an experiential learning approach. So, our curriculum is designed to offer real-life, first-hand experiences through projects, practical assignments, and real-life experiences.

Conducive Campus

School or campus is essentially a conducive environment or an ecosystem that naturally offers scope for self-evolution, inquiry, inspiration, absorption, and finally self-realization. Hence our campus is a carefully crafted ecosystem that offers a conducive environment for self-discovery.

Vedanta:Our Core

Education in India has always been the process of inquiry both inward and outward. In the Vedantic terms, education was characterised as "Vidya para aparacha". The term "Vidya" translated in English is science and our ancestors realised that to arrive at the truth at the end of our inquiry we need to inquire at two levels namely: Para Vidya or spiritual science and apara Vidya or physical science. Unfortunately, western thinkers have very little understanding of this, the higher or spiritual sciences as admitted by themselves. So to arrive at the holistic self-inquiry which will lead us to self-realisation, which is the aim of education, Vedanta is our guide.

Our Inspiration

We draw inspiration from one of the catalyst makers of modern India, the ideal mentor for the youth of the country and someone who brought the almost hidden treasures of Vedanta into our practical lives – Swami Vivekananda. It was his vision coupled with the divine blessing of his master Shri Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa that had produced and is still producing youth of the most excelling nature in all walks of life through the many schools of Ramakrishna Mission across India. The teachings of Swamiji are our guiding light and the soul inspiration. And it is his vision of education which inspires us to initiate such a school for the future generations.

    Our Goal:

    'A journey of a thousand miles begins with a steps'
    Our first step in the journey fitting in the campus in Bidada. It was Swami Vivekananda's wish that education has to reach the doorsteps of farmers, fishermen, craftsmen, and communities at large residing in villages of the remote corners of India. We have set out to achieve as much of that wish as we practically can achieve.

    Our goal is to take the model of 'Man-Making and Holistic education to as many corners of the country as we possibly can. This may be achieved by direct intervention, collaborative projects, and even mentorship programmes.

    Vision :

  1. To create an affordable themed school to offer holistic growth for the students in the age group of 3 to 18 years.
  2. To create Employable or enterprising youth in the region who in turn could contribute in improving the local economy.
  3. To promote self reliance within the young women of the region through skill development.

    Mission :

  • Develop strong foundation for kids in education.
  • Develop self reliant youth through value education, vocational trainings & skills for life training.
  • Promote talents in academics, sports, performing arts & other multifarious activities.
  • Imbibe Vedantic principles through daily activities & practices.

    Main Features:

  1. - India Hall :
    One vital aspect of holistic education has to be 'Awareness of one's nation and thereby installation of pride in the hearts of the students.' In our case, India being such an ancient, multicultural and unique country, it becomes very important for chieldren to realise its glory and uniqueness. This visual display of all the states of India within our campus offer students a chance to glimpse at our country to form primary impressions about it.

  2. - Swamiji's Park :
    It needs no mention that the message of Swami Vivekananda is our foundation. This theme park in our campus offer students an attractive way to as if interact with Swamiji, ask basic questions about life, existance, career, education, nation etc. and get the answers in the words of Swami Vivekananda.

  3. - Herbal Garden :
    Holistic education should talk about holistic health. Herbal garden is our effort to bring children close to nature, identify the strength and medicinal quality of native plants and herbs.

  4. - Fruit & Kitchen Garden:
    In our effort to become self reliant, we have initiated a kitchen garden and a fruit garden which can be utilised for our community kitchen in years to come. As part of education, students also learn how to farm, staying true to their tradition.

  5. - Nature Class Room:
    One of our core focus is to create a conducive environment for learning in our campus. Extending the classrooms beyond the regular room ensures that students get exposed to variety of environment, soaking in all that nature has to offer.

  6. - Green Construction/Rain Water Harvesting :
    One of vital elements of education keeping in mind the future, is education on ecological an environmental awareness. Hence we have laid stress on infrastructural elements which will both educate our students and at the same time make our campus self reliant and eco friendly. By now we have rain water storage capacity of 1,20,000litres. Most of our construction materials are reclaimed, recycled and reused, making our campus mostly green.

  7. - Walls that talk:
    Part of conducive environment are the walls within the Campus. Acknowledging the fact that children can constantly capture knowledge, we have gone for creative, decorative and informative walls which constantly proliferate information.

  8. - Hall of Evolution - Coming soon