On 20th February, 1950, many renowned educationalists along with Smt Charushila Devitook active initiative in establishing Ananda Ashrama Sarada Vidyapith as a government-aided school in a rented house in DumDum. Later in the year of 1963, the then Minister-in-charge, Department of Refuge Rehabilitation, Government of India, Mr. Meherchand Khanna and Honourable Chief Minister of Govt. of West Bengal Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy both jointly took an effort to establish the new building of Ananda Ashrama Sarada Vidyapith on the land of Govt. in association with the financial assistancy of the same in Bonhooghly. The Govt. of West Bengal has also granted money to establish a hostel for girls.
- Day School
- Girls Only
- School provides transportation
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- V to XII
- WBCHSE Board
- English Medium
- Day School
- Girls' School
- Grades: Playgroup
- School Day: Monday - Saturday
- Timing: 10am - 5pm
- Gender: Girls Only
- Religion: All
- Principal: N.A.
- Curriculum: WBBSE
- Language: English
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- Ananda Ashram Sarada Vidyapith aims to be an institution of excellence dedicated to provide the following facilities :Experienced & well-trained teachers –experts in using modern trends in teaching & preparing students for the digital world.Extra-curricular & co-curricular activities mature creativity amongst students.Information & communication technologies enhancing teaching –learning experience in every classroom by introducing group / peer learning method, student-centered friendly learning environment & by installing discipline.Classroom equipped with LCD Screen , Projector & Computers.Well equipped science laboratories.Prestigious library enriched with more than 7000 books of different tastes.Air-Conditioned computer laboratories with all latest gadgets and internet facility.Constructed a well-furnished e-Classroom for the conduct of classes with projector display along with internet supply to enable the study of students more joyfully.
Extra Curricular Activities
Our School is an idealized epitome of society. We organize different co-curricular activities which are related to the lives of our pupils. Such activities include:-Inter-house cultural Fest where students participates in Debates, Discussion, Seminars, Recitation, Sit & Draw competition, Dancing & Singing, Quiz, Project competition & exhibition & many more.Annual Sports.Educational Excursion.Setting up wall magazine (MANTHAN).Publication of Annual School Magazine (ASHABARI).Organization of Book Fair.Participation in Interschool Competition in Sports, Extempore, debate, Musical Concert, Quizes, Projects etc.
Thus, the above mentioned activities are not only helpful for our students in integrating emotions, but also help in nourishing aesthetic sense. The social activities like participation in different social projects & different social service schemes are of primary importance in our School as we try to prepare our students who are imbued with profound social & moral senses.
Ananda Ashrama Sarada Vidyapith Ananda Ashrama Sarada Vidyapith for Girls’ is now a renowned multipurpose Higher Secondary Girls School in Kolkata aided and recognized by West Bengal Board of Secondary Education and affiliated to West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Educaton (WBCHSE). In addition, the esteemed institution has introduced the adult school, industrial unit & vocational unit to meet the need of contemporary society. Recently an English medium science section has been started to cater to the need of our students to become competent in global education. Statistics has been introduced as a Subject from 2011 session. Our school has three different streams (namely Science, Humanities & Commerce) in the Higher Secondary General Section where about 23 different subjects are being taught by our experienced faculties. Besides the General Section, Higher Secondary Vocational Section in Home-science and Engineering streams has been introduced since 2006. Apart from these two sections, Higher Secondary English Medium Science Section has been started from 2010-2011 session.