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Swami Vivekananda spoke in favour of an education that built character, strengthened the mind and expanded the intellect. He believed that education should enable man to stand on his own feet. The Asram shares Swamiji's beliefs and has therefore developed a system of education wherein students are not simply provided theoretical knowledge, but are encouraged to participate in spiritual activities, and trained to support themselves. Their experience at the Asram moulds them into responsible citizens, desirous of serving society.


Saradamani Balika Vidyalaya

• Established in 1956, for classes V to XII, it has around 1400 students of whom around 150 are residing in hostels.

• This Government aided Higher Secondary School provides free education, and takes great pride in its excellent academic performance.


Vivekananda Mission Vidyamandir

• A free High School for boys, started in 1963. It has around 700 day-scholar students, and has consistently produced commendable results.


Vivekananda Mission Mahavidyalaya

• A co-educational government-aided degree college, established in 1968.

• It offers Arts, Science and Commerce with Pass and Honours.

Bengali, English, History, Political Science and Philosophy.
Electronics, Mathematics, Computer-Science and Physics.

• Not only have the 1, 450 students of the college done well academically, the NSS and NCC units have also earned prizes at various events.


VMA Sikshayatan

• An unaided school with a Special Coeducational (KG-I to class IV), Primary Section and a High School Section for boys only.

• Presently it has about 850 students who have all produced excellent results


Vivekananda Mission Asram Free Residential School for the Blind

• Has 140 students with separate hostels for boys and girls and has attained the status of a Government sponsored High School.

• Hosts a wonderful 5000 sq ft Braille Library housing 11, 168 books including Texts and Reference books for students with Encyclopaedias in Braille.

• The school also fares admirably in all co-curricular activities.


Training Centre for Braille Transcription System

• Started functioning in 2002.

• Sponsored by the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India, its systems were developed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and the Webel Mediatronics Ltd., India, in 12 Indian languages.

• It is the only training centre of its kind in West Bengal, and has till date produced 215 books in Braille.

• Currently 37 students are undergoing training here, and it has opened new avenues for higher education for the visually impaired.


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