Amar Jyoti School

In 1981, Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust started a school with a pioneering concept of educating children with and without disability in equal number  from nursery to class VIII. Starting with an integrated group of 30 children  under a tree, the school now has over 500 children in Delhi and 300 in its branch at Gwalior. 

 A special training centre for children with deaf – blindness and multisensory impairment has been set up in collaboration with Sense International (India)

The activities at the school include: 

 

  • Curriculum as per CBSE and NIOS
  • Co – scholastics and cultural activities ( participation in integrated sports, Abilympics etc)
  • Disability – specific preparation (Braille and sign language, barrier – free environment, disability aides etc)
  • Skill development (arts and craft, cutting and tailoring,  beauty culture, pottery, artificial jewellery making, computers etc)
  • Preparatory classes for inclusion of developmentally delayed children, hearing and visually impaired as well as those with multiple disability 
  • Well stocked modern resource rooms

 

 

The school in Delhi is supported by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and in Gwalior by Ministry of Human Resource Development.