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Takshila Education gains consultative status with the United Nations Takshila Institute is operated by nonprofit; Takshila Education Trust. All members of this trust are volunteers and will not use any Taskshila money for personal purposes. We are a very honest and dedicated organization; we aspire to bring world-level education to the door step of this rural area and meet the need for educational opportunities. There are well-known people involved in this project. Takshila Education trust registered under Indian Trust Act, 1882 in India and also registered with UN." About the School (project): About the School (Project): Takshila Institute is located 90 km from the nation’s capital, New Delhi. Village Abidpura donated ten acres of land for the construction of this school. There is a lack of quality education in the area and our goal is to provide the area with a role model school. The school will provide education from kindergarten through Secondary, serving a total of 3000 students who will study in three shifts. Buildings will be constructed with an area of 140,000 square feet and will contain:
. Kindergarten/Primary School
. Middle School
. High/Secondary School
. Special Children Education
. School Library
. Vocational Training Center
. Physical Training Center, Athletics (Sports field and Stadium)
. Rural Economic Zone- Periphery
. Family Health Center-Periphery
. Environmental Education Center of Excellence- Water Shed,Indigenous Plants, and Bio studies
. Community Center
. Kitchen/Dining - Catering to 500 students at a time, doubles up as Community Kitchen Center
. Media Center-FM Radio Station
. Transportation Facility
School Structure The school will have three shifts. The school is designed to accommodate around 1000 students per shift. The primary shift will accommodate regular students, the second shift will serve students who previously had to drop out of their studies, and the third shift will serve students who are working outside of school. The second and third shift will run for two hours each providing bridge courses for the students. The older students are expected to undergo on-the- job training in the rural economic zone which will be created as part of the school campus.

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