" If 90 days could make the world l literate, would you not do it?" - Dr. Sunita Gandhi

SNS Structure of Program

Tunnel of SNS Learning

Content of Curriculum Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5
6 months 6 months 6 months 6 months 6 months
A: Language Unit A (i) Unit A (ii) Unit A (iii) Unit A (iv) Unit A (v)
B: Maths Unit B (i) Unit B (ii) Unit B (iii) Unit B (iv) Unit B (v)
C: Other SNS Unit C (i) Unit C (ii) Unit C (iii) Unit C (iv) Unit C (v)
D. Computer Literacy (Optional) Unit D (i) Unit D (ii)
Whole Literary 1 year (6 units) Units A(i), A(ii) Units B(i), B(ii) Units C(i), C(ii)
Grade 5 / Primary Level 2.5 years (15 units) Units A(i) to A(v) Units B(i) to B(v) Units C(i) to C(v)
Computer Literary Optional 2 units Units D(i) and D(ii)


List of Resources

For the Classroom/School (pending budget constraints)

  • A physical globe
  • A wall size map of the world
  • A wall size map of India
  • Chalk board and chalk (monthly supply or budget to buy)
  • A small school library to which students can donate over time
  • Mats or Dhurries to sit on
  • A plot for planting plants and seeds/saplings for planting tress such as Neem, Sehjan, Nimbu, Oranges etc… (preferably in the classroom vicinity)
  • A first-aid kit and a primary health care kit with instructions on such things as diarrhea, dehydration, etc. to address local problems
  • Colorful charts of positive role models/heroes, charts of plants/animals/alphabet etc.
  • Water bucket and jug for drinking water (other better options where feasible)
  • Flag of India
  • Flag of the United Nations
  • Bulletin board and pins
  • Clock
  • A little area/table to set up a living museum of projects by the students
  • Plans for providing meals during school hours, e.g. through UNICEF
  • Video machine and educational videos
  • Computer with accessories and educational CDs and access to the Internet
  • Toys and games

For the Student

  • Uniform (Simple and locally possible according to conditions)
  • School bag
  • Stationary (paper, pens)
  • Handbooks (combination of lesson plans and practice sheets for self-study)
  • Books as possible or set up a local/ classroom library
  • Slate and chalk