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Quality Education and all around development through implementation of NEST methodologies
Description/achievement of initiative

NEST methodologies stand for Nature, Environment, Science and Technology based Education. The four pillars of this methodology bring new dimension of learning and development for students and new skill development for teachers. The main focus is on practical classes with outdoor venture where teachers and students jointly explore first hand experience of Nature and Environment like practical classes in field, farming tours, botanical gardens visits etc. The exposure of nature and its fragile environment is coupled with use of Science and latest technology. It strives to make balances between theoretical classes and practical exercises.

Implementation methodologies

The NEST Methodologies will be inducted in current curriculum in such a way that it works as value additions and new experience for students and Teachers as well. “The goal of NEST is to learn from nature so that we can preserve our environment for future generations. The approach will be based on the principles of modern science and technology will be the fulcrum of communication between our modern lives and the environment at large."Specific activities and workshop will be conducted to ensure complete exposure of students to new dimensions of NEST.Few of activites to be undertaken will be 1. Junior students shall be encouraged and will be part of our “reach the unreach” programme where they will undertake trips to some backward village and impart special education on specific subjects of public welfare and health.2. “leadership Acceleration” from a young age each student will be assigned groups of young people from neighborhood locations and will be assigned to carry out specific social welfare tasks. This is to ensure that leadership skills are ingrained at a practical level from a young age.3. “cycle of innovation” current day challenges will be highlighted and groups will be formed where the target is to provide innovative solutions to the challenge which is implementable. This will enable our students the principles of teamwork early in life coupled with ability to think out of box.”

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Teachers and Coordinators will be have to undergo rigorous training to ensure full delivery of services to Students.Initially the initiative will be stated with Class IV to V students and gradually extended to other classes. all the know how of this methodologies will be provided by our parent body CCLP Worldwide.

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

There will be dedicated committee composed of Principal, teachers and coordinators. The Monthly plan of actions will be decided by the Committee who will be accountable for this initiative .The separate department and space will be allocated for smooth function of this initiative.


Saraswati World School Hooghly, CCLP Worldwide ( https://cclpworldwide.com ), The Chamber of Computer Logistics People and Bhardwaz Lokseva Trust (https://vinodsingh.org )
Progress reports
Goal 4
4.1 - By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes
4.7 - By 2030, ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development
4.a - Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all
4.c - By 2030, substantially increase the supply of qualified teachers, including through international cooperation for teacher training in developing countries, especially least developed countries and small island developing States
January 2018
First School level performance programs
March 2017
Training programs for Teachers and Coordinators
March 2018
Final assessment
September 2017
Workshop and practical program for Class V and Vi students
Financing (in USD)
25,000 USD
Other, please specify
provision of Classroom and other amenities
Staff / Technical expertise
In-kind contribution
Yes Books and literature from CCLP Worldwide

Basic information
Time-frame: 01/03/2017 - 31/03/2018
Saraswati World School Hooghly, CCLP Worldwide ( https://cclpworldwide.com ), The Chamber of Computer Logistics People and Bhardwaz Lokseva Trust (https://vinodsingh.org )
Contact information
Vinod Singh, Pro-Vice Chairman, sws@saraswatiworldschool.org
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