PÅ«rá¹‡apramati is visualized to build a good future society based on holistic education. This education will help the child grow completely through clarity in thought, purity in mind and ability to pursue area of interest with determination. Classical systems like philosophy, arts, music among others will bring a clear purpose to life, while modern systems like science, mathematics, social science, English among others will provide contextual space for pursuing. In essence, PÅ«rá¹‡apramati will bring happiness to each child, in learning and leading full life.
What Curriculum does PÅ«rá¹‡apramati follow?
PÅ«rá¹‡apramati academic council plans to do continuous research and publish a framework to meet our vision. Curriculum will be based on NCF-2005. However, it would also consider other available boards for modern systems, like ICSE, CBSE, NIOS, IGCSE and State Board to recommend what suits us the best.Â For classical systems too, it will consider relevant boards, vidyapitas and scholarly opinions to ensure that our objective and constraints are met. In essence, it will be a dynamic content. At the eligible age (of 15 or above) or when the student gets ready, the school will enroll the student to one of the open schooling system, either NIOS or ICSE or IGCSE or KSEEB, as preferred by the parents. The school will help the students to prepare for these exams with greater focus in the last 2 years. The students will also be encouraged to enroll certification programs for classical systems like Sanskrit, Fine Arts and Music provided by appropriate boards.
What is system of evaluation in PÅ«rá¹‡apramati ?
The evaluation is mainly based on a continuous monitoring for individual growth. Elementary school will not have one time annual examinations. However, the students of middle and high school will be gradually trained to write annual competitive examinations to face the board exams.
How does PÅ«rá¹‡apramati guarantee quality education comparable to modern schools?
PÅ«rá¹‡apramati ensures quality education by attracting highly talented and committed teachers. The quality is further enhanced by individual attention to each student through very high teacher:student ratio of the order of 1:15.
How will PÅ«rá¹‡apramati sustain its motive and pursue its mission?
Is PÅ«rá¹‡apramati a profitable organization?
No. PÅ«rá¹‡apramati is an initiative of SatyatÄ«rtha FoundationÂ® a non-profit organization consisting of value-centered professional and committed people who are voluntarily working with a shared motto to serve the society for good.
How do you build your infrastructure?
Our team voluntarily contributes for Infrastructure along with community participation in large through various programs of interest to society.
What will students of PÅ«rá¹‡apramati do after 10th?
After completing their 10th, they can continue to study in PÅ«rá¹‡apramati Or go to a formal college or Vidyapita.
What will students of PÅ«rá¹‡apramati do after 12th?
After completing their 12th, they can pursue their under-graduate education in modern systems or in classical systems like Vidyapita.
How will PÅ«rá¹‡apramati students be different from others after schooling?
PÅ«rá¹‡apramati students will have a broad perspective of various disciplines in modern and classical fields. The school program also ensures building a strong character based on long lasting values. In addition, they would have been enabled in identifying their very own interest and potential. All these help them to chose a field resonant to their interests and pursue the same on broader values to realize their best potential.
Will learning two parallel systems of education cause burden on students?
No. PÅ«rá¹‡apramati academic council team has carefully looked into this fundamental question. Unlike a parallel accumulation of two systems, we have tried to integrate the two systems in concept and time. Conceptually, Sanskrit is replacing second language and perfectly fits in the current scheme of things. Sanskrit grammar is an extension of language and would even complement to improving ones etymological, mathematical and analytical ability. Philosophical courses are fundamental to life and can be very well related to all subjects. Epistemological content of Philosophy must not only improve logical thinking, but can also be connected to science and mathematics. Ontological content can be bridged to social sciences and humanities. Besides, our team has proposed a smart and well balanced time distribution to add new integrated content as a part of regular school schedule. This has enabled coverage of our new concept without additional burden on the student.
How can I be a part of this school?
You can become a parent or a teacher, the primary stakeholders of this school.
If you are in expert in modern or classical systems, you can contribute in our academic council.
If you have enough time and resources, you can contribute in our executive council.
If you are a visionary, program executive, educationalist or social entrepreneur, you can contribute in our governing council.*
How can I contribute to this school?
You can join our friends community by offering contributions to various programs like child sponsorship, social capital, infrastructure sponsorship, event sponsorship etc. Please register to our friends community group to get regular updates – FriendsOfOurSchool@googlegroups.com
*The participation in all councils is subject to need and requirement match