The School

Saraswathy Vidyanikethan,Mulayankavu aims to give every student the very best possible education in order to prepare them for life beyond school. We provide the firm foundation of education based on Indian culture and tradition to mould the character of these young ones in such a way that they will grow as responsible citizen who can serve society and contribute effectively in nation building. Indeed, a major purpose of schooling is to develop good persons. We encourage our students to aim high in their studies, to work hard and to be sensitive to the rights and needs of others. We cultivate in them the love of learning and a desire to excel at every level.

School focuses on the development of art, culture, character building and discipline. We aim at making our children capable of becoming responsible, productive and useful members of a society. We look forward to an educational system that will help enhance the child's cognitive growth, analytical reasoning, problem solving, and decision-making skills. We crave to see our children grow to become truly secular by inculcating in them a healthy respect for all religions and a proper understanding of their social responsibilities in our pluralistic society. Its our endeavour to strengthen the healthy roots of our social fabric at large. Living in harmony with the inherited wealth of natural environment and the collective heritage is the only way to a sustainable world.

Vidya Bharati
Vidya Bharati runs one of the largest private network of schools in India. As of March 2002, it had 17,396 schools, 2.2 million students, over 93,000 teachers, 15 teacher training colleges, 12 degree colleges and 7 vocational and training institutions.

Vidya Nikethan
The organization believes that a large population in India do not have access to education and so its focus is villages under-privileged locality and tribal area. They encourage economic self-reliance, good health, and hygiene. It says that all round development of a child has to be achieved through education and inculcation of time honored traditions. In addition to the prescribed curriculum, the Vidya Bharati schools teach five extra subjects: moral education, which includes stories of heroes, songs, honesty and personal hygiene, physical education, which includes learning to wield a stick, martial arts and yoga, music, Sanskrit and Vedic mathematics. Girls are given kanya bharati sessions where they learn sowing and cooking and taught to become good housewives and mothers like "Jijabai" and "Lakshmibai".