Education Park is a mission to provide high quality but affordable education and training in rural India.
The Education Park is a unique one-of-a-kind campus designed to promote the 3Es (Education, Economy and Energy) of social growth in rural areas that is Education, Energy and Economy. Based out of Bhikangaon in Khargone District of Madhya Pradesh, it is a ZERO energy completely solar powered campus. Its passive architecture and orientation is one of its strengths which saves 80% energy and uses solar and wind energy efficiently. Measuring 14 acres, the Education Park was built on barren land but now has more than 3500 trees which are drip irrigated. This CBSE affiliated school, serves more than 1000 students from 40 surrounding villages and supports them to learn, study and excel.
• The Society owns about 14 acre of land. There is fencing around its perimeter. There is sufficient water in the premises. We have planted more than 3500 trees which are drip irrigated • Education Park has been constructed as per solar Passive architecture. It has area of about 43000 Sq. feet. The Education Park School has started its School operations from July 2010. • Zero energy operation: Due to solar passive architecture the operation of primary block requires relatively much smaller energy for its operation. The required energy for running computers, printer etc. is generated using solar Photovoltaic technology. • Zero energy operation: Due to solar passive architecture the operation of primary block requires relatively much smaller energy for its operation. The required energy for running computers, printer etc. is generated using solar Photovoltaic technology. • The classes starting from LKG to 12th standard are running. There are more than 1000 students studying who come from 40 villages around Bhikangaon. There are 44 teachers and 35 non-teaching staff including drivers, conductors, ‘aaya bai’ etc • There are now 30 classrooms, 3 laboratories, 1 library and 1 computer lab. • There is one music court and one dance room.• Large playgrounds for cricket, football, basketball and volleyball. • Separate play space for primary section. • Activity infrastructure for learning outside classrooms. • 11 busses for the transportation of students
We have four laboratories in all including Physics Lab, Chemistry Lab, Bio Lab and Computer Lab. According to the requirement of students we have very nice and large laboratories which help students to get practical knowledge.
Education Park School has five computer laboratories featuring over two hundred computer systems. The computers in the CBSE lab have been upgraded
with appropriate software to enable students to compile and run programs in Java with net beans and C++ along with Flash-8 applications as per the syllabus. The Senior, Junior and Sub-Junior Computer Labs, on the other hand,enable students to learnVB.net, Corel Draw, Java, Adobe Flash, Kid pix, Logo, Paintbrush, MS-Office, etc.
In addition, the school has a computerized mathematics laboratory.
Education Park School has well-equipped laboratories for imparting practical knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There are two laboratories for each of the science subjects, one for classes IX and X, and the other for classes XI and XII. The aim of having separate labs is to provide ample time and adequate equipment for every student to perform the experiments as per the CBSE guidelines.
All the laboratories are well-stocked with sufficient chemicals, specimens and instruments so that every student gets the opportunity to carry out the experiments individually. Well-qualified and experienced teachers guide the students to explore the world of science through a meticulously planned schedule of practical classes. Moreover, the safety of every child while handling the chemicals and instruments is duly taken care off.
Education Park School features a big and well planed library to help students of rural area. The library provides quiet and tranquil environs where children can come to satiate their quest for knowledge.
The library at Education Park School is a rich treasure trove of encyclopedias, illustrated dictionaries, and popular science books along with series such as Tell Me Why and the Book of Knowledge. They are well-stocked with classic, modern and contemporary works of literature in both Hindi and English languages. Moreover, there is a good collection of latest editions in career counseling, personality development, etc.
Apart from books, it has a decent assortment of CDs of encyclopedias, reading material on environment awareness topics and a wide range of fiction. The libraries also subscribe to a large number of journals and magazines to help students stay up-to-date with events from around the world as well as discover and explore new career avenues.
With the aim of inculcating a lifelong passion for books and knowledge, we encourage all students to make the most of their library sessions.
No book is to be kept longer than 15 days.
Book must be returned in the same condition.
If any book is lost, must be replaced or pay for it.
Reference books are not for issuing.
All the borrowed books should be returned before the commencement of the annual examinations.
Every student should make an entry page in library record of his handbook for every book he borrows from the library. At the end of the session, he should get the signature of the library-in-charge.
Library facility will be availed only during the library periods.
Transport facility we are proving to our students. We have 11 buses for this work. We have installed camera also in buses for security and safety of our students. Bus staff is also very humble and helpful for students.
Free distribution of course Books
We are distributing free course books to students for their studies for decreasing the burden of parents to purchase new books for their children every year. Other than it we have a big library of 3500 books.
Education Park School has a well-equipped medical room with physical trainer and we also have a full time qualified nurse and an experienced doctor on call to deal with any emergencies (in which case the parents of the child are immediately informed). The medical room has been recently upgraded and features brand new hospital beds and latest medical equipment. The school also organizes regular dental and eye checkup camps in the school premises for the students.
So, parents can feel rest assured, as their children’s health and well being are the school’s priority.
Dance in India comprises numerous styles of dances, generally classified as classical or folk. As with other aspects of Indian culture, different forms of dances originated in different parts of India, developed according to the local traditions and also imbibed elements from other parts of the country.
Sangeet Natak Akademi, the national academy for performing arts in India, recognizes eight traditional dances as Indian classical dances, while other sources and scholars recognize more. These have roots in the Sanskrit text Natya Shastra, and the religious performance arts of Hinduism.
Folk dances are numerous in number and style and vary according to the local tradition of the respective state, ethnic or geographic regions. Contemporary dances include refined and experimental fusions of classical, folk and Western forms. Dancing traditions of India have influence not only over the dances in the whole of South Asia, but on the dancing forms of South East Asia as well. Dances in Indian films are often noted for their idiosyncrasies, and hold a significant presence in popular culture of the Indian subcontinent.