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    Welcome to Sanskriti Public School.

    Our dream is to bring the joy back into learning by helping children understand what they learn and connect it to the world around them through real life experiences.

    The core purpose behind this career-centric school is "To enable children realize their potential and make their dreams come true".

    We also want Karera in District Shivpuri – MP to benefit by the quality education with minimum cost. We are committed for a better social cause to help our people in Karera and connecting villages.

    Education is the science of teaching and learning. Every student differs and must be challenged to work to his/her greatest capacity. Each student will be regarded as a separate and important individual and will be made to feel that he/she is progressing. Students will be given varieties of valuable learning experience. They will be given the opportunity to grow at their own rate and in their own individual way. They will be guided firmly, but with kindness and impartiality. Activities will be provided that develop skills which enable each student to achieve scholastically to his/her greatest potential and to provide an opportunity for each student to use his/her special talents.

    There is no single, correct answer for teaching, because everyone has a variety of talents, capabilities, and potentialities. Far too much emphasis is being placed on preparing students for subsequent schooling and far too little recognition is being given to the role of the school in preparing students for citizenship and employment. We will encourage each child to live and succeed in today's society.

    Successful education occurs when both parents and the school accept the responsibility of helping each child to reach constructive maturity to best prepare the child for the continuing educational experiences which lie ahead.

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    About Us


    In front of guest house,
    Shivpuri-Jhansi Road,
    Karera, Dist. Shivpuri (MP) Pin - 473660
    E-mail: sanskriti.karera@gmail.com
    Phone: 07493-252214

    Year of establishment of the School :2010
    NOC Details:


    NOC Details of the affiliation :

    Registration no SL02207-1314
    Inspection has been conducted. Provisional affiliation from CBSE is received. The affiliation code number is 1030689 for the period of three years w.e.f. 01/04/2013 to 31/03/2016

    Trust Details:

    Saryu Devi Welfare Society (R) registered under Registrar Firm and Societies Act of M.P.
    Validity: Permanant


    Size of the library : 360 sq.ft.
    No of periodicals : 2
    No of dailies : 1
    No of magazines : 2
    Other books : 1950

    Name of the greivance/redressal officer:

    Mrs. Anjana Bishth

    Members of the Anti -Sexual Harassment Committee:

    Mrs. Chandra Goyal
    Mrs. Shweta Sharma
    Mrs. Hemlata Yogi

    Details of the Chairman:

    Name :Gopal Sharan Goyal
    e-mail: Email-gsgoyal13@gmail.com
    Mobile No:919827761008

    Area of the school campus:
    • In Acres : 2.2 Acre
    • In Sq. Mtrs. : 8093.70 sq. mtrs.
    • Built Up Area :1220 sq. mtrs.
    • Area Of Play Ground :6900 sq.mtrs
    • 1 Acre plus play ground
    • Spacious class rooms
    • Digital smart class
    • Growing library
    • Fast developing science lab and maths lab
    • Computer lab
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    Staff Details

    Index Teacher Name Qualification Designation Class Teacher Major Subject
    1 Mr. Manoj Kumar Pandey M.A (English), M.Ed, LLM, D.B.A ,CTET Principal
    2 Mr. Ashish Gupta M.com Accountant
    3 Ms. Neha Gupta B.A (Art.), D.C.A Pre Primary-N.T.T U.K.G Mother Teacher
    4 Ms. Priyanshi Taretiya B.A (Art.) Pre Primary-N.T.T L.K.G Mother Teacher
    5 Ms. Nikita Rawat B.A LLB Pre Primary-N.T.T Nursery Mother Teacher
    6 Ms. Bharti Upadhyay B.com, B.Ed Primary (P.R.T) I Std. Mother Teacher
    7 Ms. Reeta Rawat BSc, D.Ed. Primary (P.R.T) II Std. Mother Teacher
    8 Ms. Reeta Yadav B.A, PGDCA, B.Ed Primary (P.R.T) III Std. Hindi
    9 Ms. Sanjulata Mishra M.Com, NTT, DEL Ed Primary (P.R.T) Iv Std. Hindi, Sanskit
    10 Mr. Manoj Kumar Tripathi BSc, Bed , B. Lib, M. Lib, C.T.E.T , T.E.T T.G.T V Std. Maths
    11 Mr. Sharad Mishra M.B.A , B.Ed T.G.T VI Std. E.V.S , Science
    12 Mr. Vijay Banoriya M.A S.S.T T.G.T VII Std. S.st
    13 Mr. Ankita Shukla M.A ,B.Ed, T.E.T T.G.T VIII Std. English
    14 Mr. Brijesh Verma B.Tech T.G.T Ix Std. Mathematics, Science (Physics)
    15 Mr. Sudhir Singh MSc (Maths), B.Ed T.G.T X Std. Maths, Science
    16 Mr. Hemant Kumar Joshi (B.C.A & D.P.E.D) P.T.I

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    Upcoming Events

    Raksha Bandhan in Sanskrit literally means "the tie or knot of protection". The word Raksha means protection, while Bandhan is the verb to tie. It is an ancient Hindu festival that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters.

    It is believed that lord Vishnu reincarnated in the form of lord Krishna on the auspicious day of Janmashtami. The historical background of the birth of lord Krishna depicts the significance of this Hindu festival. Lord Krishna was born at midnight on the eighth day of Hindu lunar month, Shravana.

    Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is one of the important Hindu festivals celebrated throughout India with a great devotion. This day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.

    The festival of Rishi Panchami is especially dedicated to the Saptarishi, the seven great sages. The term rishi denotes sage and the term Panchami signifies the fifth day. Therefore, Rishi Panchami denotes the commemoration of great sages on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Bhadrapad.

    The festival of Dussehra is unique in its perception and significance. According to the great Hindu epic Ramayana, Lord Ram killed Ravana on the tenth day that is Dussehra. It is called as triumph of virtue over sin or immorality. Ravana is said to have abducted Ram's wife, Sita and was also known as a dictating ruler.

    The importance of Sharad Purnima. Sharad Purnima, also known as Kojaagari Purnima, is celebrated on a full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Ashwin. It is also known as Kaumudi (moonlight) celebration, as it is believed that on this day, the Moon through its beams showers amrit or elixir of life on earth.

    On Dhanteras Hindus consider it auspicious to purchase gold or silver articles or at least one or two new utensils. It is believed that new "Dhan" or some form of precious metal is a sign of good luck. "Lakshmi Puja" is performed in the evenings when tiny Diyas of clay are lit to drive away the shadows of evil spirits.

    Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs and Newar Buddhists to mark different historical events, stories but they all symbolise the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, hope over despair.

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    Sanskriti Public School

    In front of guest house,
    Shivpuri-Jhansi Road,
    Karera, Dist. Shivpuri (MP) Pin - 473660
    E-mail: sanskriti.karera@gmail.com

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