In remote Himalayan villages of Uttarakhand state, high quality education are a scarce luxury and a significant factor in local families migrating away from the region. To meet this need the Trust established Shri Timli Primary school in April 2015.
Now around 39 children from more than 20 villages are enrolled, many of them walking/hiking over 5 km each day to get to the school which is equipped with modern science and technology equipment and a junior library. We use technology to collaborate and interact with other primary school children in and outside of India to share learning, experiences and cultural values. Our teachers also benefit from these schools as they learn new teaching techniques and approaches to developing a stronger curriculum.
Robotics is a part of our curriculum. Our students participates in World Robot Olympiad every year. Know more.
We recognise that young people need support, guidance and opportunities during adolescence to build skills, choose healthy lifestyles, exercise leadership and participate in their communities. We provide a comprehensive Youth Development Programme designed to deliver against these needs whilst adapting to their financial, social and geographical constraints
The ancient Vedic teachings and culture history of our Hymalayan state of Uttarakhand is rapidly being eroded through the pressures of modern life. We aim to preserve, research and promote Vedic education, traditional culture, philosophy and science through an education and research center and ‘Gurukul’ at Timli.
We empower our students with Virtual Classroom Experience to prepare for their better future.
Holistic Education Programme enables our students to think out of the box and help them to apply their knowledge into daily life.
Exciting conversation between students of Shri Timli Vidyapeeth and Astronaut Ricky Arnold at International Space Station.