Childrens Society Residential Schools

(NGO Managed Aided Co-Operative Educational Society)
(Appreciated by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi)
Recognized by Governament, IAO, USA,& IADL, UK.

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About Childrens Society Residential Schools

Children’s Society Residential Schools is one of India’s premier autonomous independent Educational societies which was established vide Act XXI of 1860 as a vocational and educational society for the poor and disadvantaged group as street children, working children, rural women, and physically challenged under Indian Education Act in the year 2011. It is collaborated with Rashtriya Saksharta Abhiyaan (India) and is also recognized by IAO (International Accreditation Organization (U.S.A.) and affiliated with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Board of Education.

Children’s Society Residential Schools identified the urgency to provide education up to the primary/ secondary/ senior secondary level, especially to the children of Scheduled Tribes. It was observed that there was an urgent need to reach the STs, socially and educationally disadvantaged classes, and other culturally, economically, and geographically weaker sections of the society, as the literacy rate among these groups, particularly among girl-child is very low. In view of the need to accelerate the pace and progress of secondary education, especially in tribal/ rural conglomerations, Children’s Society Residential Schools proposed to collaborate with the different States of India. Based on the experience gained over the period, it has spread its wings to similar pockets in other States.

The Children’s Society Residential Schools is established for the development of education under the guidelines of national education policy 1986 and program of action 1992 Govt. of India respectively. All the education programs run by the society are their own autonomous education program. The legality, Validity, and Utility of the education program are in strict conformity with the constitution of India and law of the land under Article 19(1) G, 29 & 30.





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