What we do
The International Human Development & Uplodtment Academy has been working since 1992 with the establishment of a “co-education” school, “Vinayaka Gnan Vidya Shala” in Mullur Village, Jayapura Hobli, 24 kms from Mysore.
The school caters to the educational needs of 9 villages, which include Mullur, Gopalapura, Thibaiyanahundi, Beerihundi, Devagalli, Salhundi, Beerihundi, Mooganahundi, Yadahalli, and Dhanagalli). There are over 400 students, who attend from Lover Kindergarten to Class X.
Infrastructure, Faculty, and Facilities:
There are eighteen full time qualified teachers. The school emphasizes well- rounded teaching; ready to adopt newer methods of teaching, which are more children friendly and effective. Emphasis is also given to extra-curricular activities.
The school has 14 classrooms and 2 residential quarters for teachers to stay. We have a full-fledged computer lab and use of computers by the children is a part of their regular curriculum. Children are encouraged to use the library which accommodates about 15,000 books are kept in the library.
School has achieved hundred percent results in Class VII since last 5 academic years. Apart from this in X Standard, we have achieved over 95% results from the past 3 academic years. We had an eminent faculty from the Mysore Study Circle who imparted coaching for the public exams.
The Trust believes that Students are the Best Vehicles to Effect Change. Although it started as an experiment, IHDUA has achieved a part of its dream being: education to the poorer section of the society., and emphasis is given to the Girl students
Students are encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities. The school playground is spread over 1 1/2 of acres and has a volleyball, badminton, tennicot , throw ball courts and kho kho field.
Students have been regularly participating in sports competitions at various levels. The school won the Revolving Shield for Volley Ball at the Taluk level Championship
A novel feature of the core curriculum is the addition of Yoga, Pranayama (breath control) and Asanas (meditation postures) are practiced everyday by the children to be in good health. Children actively take part in mono acting, dance drama, art & music.
Students are subjected to environmental awareness, planting trees etc. The school curriculum stresses on "Quality Education", with special emphasis on Indian culture and human values. Stories from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and Panchatantra are regularly narrated to emphasize values like Honesty, Unity, and Diligence etc. This is further reinforced through Skits, Songs etc.
The Trust believes that Students are the Best Vehicles to Effect Change. Although it started as an experiment, IHDUA has achieved a part of its dream being: education to the poorer section of the society, and emphasis is given to the Girl Students.