Learning at Sharada Vidyanikethana is backed by state of the art laboratories, technical training, agriculture and libraries. Our aim is to keep students up-to-date with latest technology and trends.
Our spacious and well-ventilated classrooms are equipped with a projector, a computer and Smart Class software for teachers to introduce audio-visual based modules that compliment the curricular contents of the subjects, making learning easier and more enjoyable for the students.
Service of competent and qualified teaching faculty members forms the greatest strength of our institution. Teachers having significant experience in training the aspirants for various competitive examinations are appointed as faculty members.
A modern computer lab with latest software helps our students to be technologically at par with the world.
Our science lab allows students to utilize the data gathered from the books, as well from the material world, for developing pragmatic logic and rationale.
Multimedia Library with a vast collection of books to help open the door to world of reading and reflection.
ATAL TINKETING LAB
Government of India's policy Think Tank, NITI Aayog has established 'ATAL TINKERING LAB (ATL)' under the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM)
The objective is to endorse STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) learning to students and convert them into agile minds of the future by cultivating curiosity, imagination and creative young India.
Technology and innovations have always influenced human life.
It has two faces, we all feel it but sometimes cannot nd words to describe it. This Technical Training course gives our students from class fth onward to access to learn Electronics, Mechanical, Civil and Automobile techniques in classroom and lab.
Agriculture Science is introduced as a compulsory subject for students from class V to class X.
This subject has separate text books on the said topic, with an intention to take students back to roots of India occupation that is Agriculture. Both theory and practical classes have been introduced on periodic basis followed by half yearly exam (mid-term) and annual exam at the end of academic year to assess the students on their knowledge about agriculture science.