Inspired by the educational philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore, Smt. Malati Choudhury, Nabakrushna Choudhuri and their dedicated team introduced an innovative pattern of education, called Nai Talim, in Bajiraut Chhatravas.
In the system of Nai Talim which was popularly known as Basic Education, Gandhiji advocated on the complete development of the children through the use of his body, mind and spirit, or in other words, the union of his hand, heart and intellect, in which emphasis was given on art, crafts, and manual work.
Rabindranath Tagore’s emphasis on education is the complete harmony between creator (nature) and its creation – Man. When a child learns agriculture work scientifically, he uses his hand, heart and intellect and also becomes close to nature. Therefore, Bajiraut Chhatravas aims at developing the aesthetic sensibilities of a child so that he grows as a self-reliant and non-violent human being.
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