Educational Programme

Educational Programme

We maintain some educational programme. Because our India is a poor country. So we seem that the organisation do anything, but it need to perform at least a programme under Education approach.

For this reason, we maintain some achievement of education programme by help of a noble foreign contributor and also by our own finance.

Our efforts like under these :

  • Running Pre-primary Schools & Primary Schools
  • Free Hostels with Coaching Classes
  • Modern Course Curriculum for students
  • Sports arrangement & dancing tuition
  • Pleasant environment & relation between student & teacher

Schools are now spread over in remote villages across the country. But well run model schools are still rare in number. With the mission to build character with morality of the children alongside introduction of model teaching module our Sanstha steadfastly steps forward in this direction. It is a matter of pleasure for us to observe that the children getting passed out from our schools are being preferred by higher schools for their admission in those schools. Relevantly we express our woeful gratitude to the great patronage received from Vedanta Society, Edmonton, Canada and Wild Rose Foundation, Canada, enabling us to make headway in our efforts.

Sl. Name of the School Founded No. of Students
1. Sri Ramakrishna Vidyaniketan Dhulepur, Hooghly, West Bengal 2001 163
2. Sri Ramakrishna Vidyaniketan Deshra, Bankura, West Bengal 2002 156
3. Sri Ramakrishna Shikshasram Baganchara, Nadia, West Baengal 2003 201
4. Sri Ramakrishna Nirmal Chittya Pathashram Naipur, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal 2008 272
5. Sri Ramakrisha Shikshashram Kashmuli, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal 2011 179

We maintain hostel in our in our nodal centre as Khanakul where we watch some multipurpose programme like SHG training, Vermi-compost training & production, Food processing training & Food production, Free Hostel & Coaching and others. Some meritorious but poor students are resident at the Khanakul centre. They stayed there and continue their study with our help. And we contact some teachers for guide the students.

Our functional literacy programme is meant and conducted for illiterate members of our self-help-groups and other participants in various hands on training programme who are lagging in basic standard of literacy. Under the programme emphasis is laid on development of nutritional vegetable garden and orchard within the homestead land of the members of the SHGs. along with generation of awareness about environmental pollution.

The concept of ‘lifelong education’ has its roots in Sri Ramakrishna’s famous saying: “As long as I live, so long do I learn.” It is thus a matter of great satisfaction and joy that Sri Ramakrishna’s and Swami Vivekananda’s vision is getting actualized in a small way through “VIVEKDISHA” project of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University under the Village Resource Centre (VRC) Scheme of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

Ramakrishna Mission has been striving hard to cater quality education in India primarily with the vision of its leader Swami Vivekananda. His vision of teaching religion, sociology, science and other things with visual aids and incorporation of technology is gradually getting shape in more profound way. ‘VIVEKDISHA’ is a space and ICT based development project specially targeting uplift of the Rural India.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an increasingly powerful tool for improving the delivery of basic services, participating in global economy and enhancing local development opportunities. Now the time has come to develop infrastructure and strategies that expand access to ICT and harness it for the development of humanity at large. VIVEKDISHA is a space and ICT-based development project of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University under the ISRO-VRC Scheme. The concept of videoconferencing is the backbone of this new project. The following are the special features of VIVEKDISHA project, designed for holistic development:

  • Space & ICT based
  • Need based
  • Local specific
  • Income generating
  • In local language
  • Time bound
  • Integrating Indigenous  Knowledge