AEES MISSION STATEMENT
About Atomic Energy Central School, Kaiga
About Atomic Energy Education Society
Atomic Energy Central School, Kaiga aims at giving an all-round education to all students irrespective of caste, crede or religion. AEC Schools run classes from I to Class X to prepare the students for the All India Secondary School Education conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. At some centres where there are sufficient number of children, facilities for running Pre-preparatory /Preparatory/ Kinder garden classes are also provided.
Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES), an Autonomous Body, under the Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India, provides education for wards of the DAE employees upto junior college level. Atomic Energy Central Schools and Junior Colleges are spread all over the country and are affiliated to CBSE and other State Boards. AEES has 30 Schools/Junior colleges at sixteen different centres with 28000 students and 1547 teaching and 300 non-teaching staff.
AEES has achieved significant results in its pursuit of excellence in academic as well as non-academic fields. The enrichment of the school libraries, computer aided education, improved sports facilities, multi play equipment, introduction of adventure sports, in-service training programmes for teachers, better multi media programmes and enrichment programmes for students have helped the institution to set new benchmark in excellence.
Presently the Atomic Energy Central Schools and Junior Colleges (AECS/JC) run by the society are located at Mumbai and Tarapur in Maharashtra, Narora in Uttar Pradesh, Kakrapar in Gujarat, Hyderabad & Managuru in Andhra Pradesh, OSCOM in Orissa, Indore in Madhya Pradesh, Rawathbhata in Rajasthan, Anupuram, Kalpakkam and Kudankulam in Tamilnadu & Kaiga, Mysore in Karnataka, Jaduguda, Narwapahar and Turamdih in Jharkhand.
In Mumbai and Tarapur classes XI-XII are affiliated to the Maharastra State of Secondary Education, Mumbai. In Hyderabad classes XI-XII are affiliated to the board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh.
School Advisory Committee
A Local Management Committee (LMC), comprising administrative officers, scientists & engineers of the local DAE unit and school principals, oversees the management of the schools in that region. Every school/college also has a School Advisory Committee (SAC) comprising teachers and parents, for guiding and coordination in the running of school.
Medium Of Instruction
The medium of instruction is in ENGLISH in all AEC Schools and Junior Colleges except in AECS-3, Rawathbhata, AECS-2 Jaduguda (Jharkhand), Narwapahar (H) where the medium of instruction is Hindi.