We have adopted schools in the nearby villages and work closely with the state board and NCERT curriculum guidelines and books, with our background in integral education we weave in a framework of processes that aim to empower each stake holder around the child to be mindful of our guiding three principles of education:
1. The first principle of true teaching is that nothing can be taught. The teacher is not an instructor or task-master, he is a helper and a guide. His business is to suggest and not to impose. He does not actually train the pupil's mind, he only shows him how to perfect his instruments of knowledge... he shows him how to acquire knowledge for himself.
2. The second principle is that the mind has to be consulted in its own growth. The idea of hammering the child into the shape desired by the parent or teacher is a barbarous and ignorant superstition. It is he himself who must be induced to expand in accordance with his own nature.
3. The third principle of education is to work from the near to the far, from that which is to that which shall be. The basis of man's nature is almost always in addition to his soul's past, his heredity, his surroundings, his nationality, his country, the soil from which he draws sustenance, the air which he breathes, the sights, sounds, habits to which he is accustomed.
Following the above Madhuban looks forward to celebrating the human spirit through the following:
Camps for village education
Computer literacy for village youth
Music and art classes for village women
Knitting and stitching workshops for village women
Garbology classes for village schools