Our Technology Centres endorses the Positive Youth Development approach, which recognizes that empowered young people need support, guidance, and opportunities during adolescence. Using Positive Youth Development strategies, our programs give young people the chance to build skills, choose healthy lifestyles, exercise leadership, and participate in their communities.
Our Youth Development Programme have trained over 2300 students through summer and winter camps in Government schools of ten different districts in Uttarakhand. In these camps, we trained students as master trainers and then sent them to remote villages & government schools to train students on various vital skills i.e. career development, higher education, negotiation skills, budget making etc.
Shri Timli Vidyapeeth Primary Education Center offers high quality education and life skills to its students and there is no other matching primary school available within 80 Kilometres. Most of our nursery students walk and hike for 4 to 5 Kilometres each day to access better education at our campus.
Through our Vedic education and research centre, we aim to start a boarding Gurukul at Timli which will adopt collaborative and innovative approach to learn the essence of Vedic philosophy and to develop solutions for betterment of mankind. We also aim to focus on Shri-Vidya and Tantric mysticism. Using modern science and technology to research, preserve and promote Vedic culture, philosophy and knowledge is also a key focus area for Vedic Education and Research Centre.
Shri Timli Vidyapeeth primary education centre is the first primary education centre in Garhwal Himalayas that offers Robotics training programme to its students. We uses Lego based robotics equipment with EV3 microcontroller programming. Our robotics programme enables students to participate in national and international robotics competitions organized by FIRST and WRO (World Robotics Organization).
Shri Timli Vidyapeeth became the first school of Uttarakhand that got an opportunity to connect with International Space Station (ISS). Students of remote Himalayan villages had a direct conversation with Astronaut Ricky Arnold stationed at International Space Station. In this approx. 09 minutes connection our students asked their questions directly to Astronaut at ISS. This event was facilitated through a tele bridge by Belgium based ARISS Ham station