Jnana Prabodhini is a Public Charitable Trust registered
under the Bombay Public Charitable Trust Act and a Registered Society registered under
the Societies Act.
2.What are the sources of income of JPP?
The major share is through the school fees but that is not
sufficient. The rest share comes from school alumni in the form of Guru Dakshina and
donations from well-wishers. The school does not take
any donation or capitation fee at the time of admission.
3.How well can children coming from vernacular schools cope up with the
Initially, some children do face a few difficulties because
of little exposure to the English language but later students adapt themselves to the
4.Whether the school has adequate infrastructural facilities?
The school has separate laboratories for Physics, Chemistry,
Life Sciences, Mathematics, and computer. It has separate rooms for Social Sciences and
Music. The classrooms are equipped with audio-visual
facilities. The Central library of JPP has a rich variety of 50,000 books and more than
50 magazines. It also contains about 300 educational CDs and 100 video cassettes. The
school does not have its own playground but it
hires facilities of other institutions. The school recommends the textbooks
approved/published by NCERT & CBSE but it encourages the use of multiple textbooks,
reference books, and web-based material available on the internet.
5.What is the annual schedule of school?
The academic year of JPP begins in the first week of June
and ends on 30th April. There is a first-term break of 3 weeks in the form of a