Saraswati Vidya Mandir- Education System

          Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti has developed an imprint in the education system. It has developed its own needs and life-forms in terms of Indian needs. This Saraswati Vidya Mandir is popular in the name of education system. This innovative education has attracted the attention of society and educators. These Vidya Mandirs have a reputation as a center of good education, discipline, etiquette and auspices of children.

Panchamukhi Education

          In Saraswati Vidya Mandir, there is a system of Panchamukhi education for the overall development of the child. Panchamukhi is the following limitation of education-

1.Physical Education

          The aim of physical education is to strengthen the body, to develop its strengths and abilities, to develop the components muscles and to admit the habit of clean and proper diet Under this, the order of various types of exercises, yoga, pranayama, various modern and ancient Indian sports, races, jumps, throwing, operations and scouting etc. are definite. At the same time, the knowledge of the theoretical side in the form of health science is also done to the students.

2.Vocational Education

          Under this, the students have to teach the production work. It is necessary to build some hand by hand, such as making exercise books, file cover, chalk, ink duster, candle, soap, paper, soil, mother and plaster of Paris making toys, photography, horticulture and agriculture. The main objective of vocational education is to develop interest in working with students in the hands and create respect for labor, so that they can efficiently play their role in production work in the future.

3.Mental Education

          This includes the education of various disciplines. These topics are -- (i) Hindi (2) Sanskrit (3) English (4) Mathematics (5) Science (6) Social topics (7) Art / Science (painting / commerce / music) Physical and Yoga Education (1) Moral , and Spiritual Education. The aim of mental education is to make Knowledge of these different subjects and to develop the mental powers of the child's decision, imagination, memory inspection, analysis synthesis comparison, estimation, findings etc.

4. Moral Education

          Physical and mental development of a human can prove to be detrimental to social life without the basis of ethical education. Therefore, the Saraswati Vidya Mandir has given a place of moral education in the education system. Ethical education is the heart of education through which it is to awaken students' active loyalty and knowledge based devotion towards self-religion, self-culture and homeland. Inculcate virtues like integrity, duty, selflessness, benevolence, service, love, courage, discipline, etiquette in the heart of the child.

5. Spiritual Education

          Physical, professional, mental and ethical education is essential for the development of life, but what is the life for? What is the purpose of life? Spiritual education is essential for this solution. According to the Bhartiya Jivan Darshan, in this entire past there is an eternal conscious power ‘Paramatma’ which is the governor of this world. The same soul is located within each person as a person. It is the ultimate goal of life to realize and express this self-realization and to establish Paramatma, ie, to unite with the past life. By spiritual education, the child has to realize this goal of life and on his mind is to be mentioned as the spirit of the soul and the supreme soul.


          Uttar Pradesh State Education Department has set up curriculum of class 6, 7, 8, Hindi, Sanskrit, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Crafts / Agriculture / Painting / Commerce / Music subjects, and the first seven subjects' text books. The textbook and syllabus have been adopted by the Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti. Apart from this, the syllabus of these two subjects have been determined by physical education, moral and spiritual education. Efforts are being made to prepare a textbook for these subjects. A special thing of this syllabus is remarkable that the special syllabus of these subjects is remarkable syllabus of each subject has been divided into five units for the convenience of teaching. Each unit will be evaluated with two monthly examinations, semi-annual and mediocre examinations.