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Affiliation and Associations

Shikshantar is affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), one of the two recognised and approved All India Boards of Secondary Education. The choice of this Board enable the school to create a balanced curricular plan for students of the senior classes to develop an application based, conceptual understanding of the subjects they study in school.

The CISCE conducts examinations at the end of Class X and Class XII, referred to as the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC), respectively. The ISC examination has been granted equivalence to the British school leaving certificates by UCAS, a national admissions and accreditation agency in the UK. This implies that students with grades 1, 2 and 3 may be eligible for direct admission to some UK universities without appearing for a separate A-level examination or bridge courses.

The energy and research Institute is an independent, multi-dimensional organization, with capabilities in research, policy, consultancy and implementation. They are innovators and agents of change in the energy, environment, climate change and sustainability space, having pioneered conversations and action in these areas for over four decades.

Sahpathi is envisaged as an education intervention aimed at providing ongoing academic and extra-curricular support to children from low socioeconomic backgrounds, which can potentially address the significant quality deficit in government/low-cost private schools.

STEM – Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – in an interdisciplinary and applied approach

Social, Emotional, and Ethical Learning — SEE Learning

Social, Emotional and Ethical Learning (SEE Learning™), a new K-12 education program developed for international use, is the culmination of an academic collaboration that began in 1998 between Emory University and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Guided by a shared vision for an education of heart and mind, the program conveys a universal, non-sectarian, and science-based approach to bringing the ethical development of the whole child into education—an approach long advocated by the Dalai Lama.

It is a non-funded, not-for-profit social enterprise. Jodo Gyan is an organization working to find workable solutions to the problems in classroom practices. Since 1998 they have worked closely with students, teachers, teacher-educators and parents, particularly in mathematics and science education, to introduce innovative methods through which children will understand and enjoy what they are being taught.

They combine pedagogy and heritage to address sciences and social sciences through three-pronged approach, EEE (Experiences, Enhanced Formats, and Expertise).