• National Teacher's Award in 2005 by his Honorable, President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam



This is essentially a guided tour of Takshshela Junior College (TJC) to some of the things you need to know about our facilities, resources and regulations. It gives you a quick insight into the culture here and the standards and appropriate behavior we expect throughout your time with us.

“In Skills We Trust”
an institute committed to
“Education For Sustainable Development”


Our Social Community

Continuity, Clarity, Community and Communication

Raising a child is a collaboration between family, school and the community around them. The importance of each of these groups cannot be undervalued and each play a part in helping Takshshela Junior College students to prepare for their life beyond school.

Learning in a community of trust, will help each child to grow to their full potential, to foster good relationships with their peers, themselves and the community around them.

To ensure the best possible outcome for all students, the community must be engaged, encouraged to participate and be recognised for their contribution.

Schools have moved beyond the blackboard to electronic white boards. We must now take our learning spaces from square rooms filled with tables and chairs to become innovative spaces that encourage creativity, interactivity and a life long learning process to prepare our children for the global world market for the service and industrial sector, and not look at India alone as an employable market. This skill development is the need of the hour with high competency levels in terms of standards to be developed, not result but the processes to be taken care off.

Our Community Principles


1.Value the individual, recognise and celebrate the unique gifts andOur Community Principals

contributions of each person within our community, whether they are past, present or future Students, Staff or Parents.

2.Provide opportunities for interaction between Students, Parents, Staff and the whole community.

3.Strive to be honest and open in our communications between Students, Staff, Parents and ex-students.

4.Encourage voluntary activity and support within the school.

5.Enhance the sense of community within the school.

6.Openness and accessibility to the broader community.

7.Maintain connection with all Takshshela Junior College students both past and present and their families.

Dare To Be Different

A Brand In Its Own Right That You Can Trust


introductionBrand authenticity, clarity and consistency help to reassure both stakeholders and the market generally that they can trust the BRAND to deliver what it claims, it can deliver. Takshshela Junior College recognises that our community extends beyond the intermediate confines of the school and that the reputations also extends beyond those who are directly connected or associated with the school on daily basis. Many community organisations look to Takshshela Junior College for support and appreciate the qualities and values as embodied in our students.

We are delighted that we are able to share our wonderful resources with community groups and other educational institutions in our country and therefore fulfil our obligation as a civically minded institution – reminding our students of their own civic responsibilities.

In the 21st century we have to look at our students from a different perspective, beyond the boundaries of our nation, to prepare them for the global market keeping in mind the great changes, that are taking place in the Socio – economic world global order.

The Key Questions


1.How can you link environment, social and economic aspects when you are educating? – Holistic Approach.

2.In what way can you as a facilitator support your Students/Participants to rethink and to be innovative? – Life long learning.

3.Of what importance are the learners pre-knowledge, questions and knowledge in the learning process? – Learners in focus.

4.Do the Students/Participants have any possibility to influence their education the learning process and the surrounding society? – Democratic work methods.

5.How do manage your Students to look at the world from different perspectives? – Different perspectives.

6.In what way do you encourage the learners to think in a critical way? – Reflection.

We hope to extend further opportunities for the broader community to become more aware of school functioning and to be more actively engaged with the community as a whole, sharing and learning as a team providing services and specialist support.

Code of Conduct
School Principles And Code Of Conduct The school respects, adheres to and affirms the following Principles
  • Belief in god [Respect All Religions]
  • Loyalty to President And Country
  • Upholding The Constitution
  • Rule of Law
  • Good Behaviour And Morality
Key Contacts Students and parents may obtain advice from
  • Principal – Dr Ganasan Veloo
  • Head of the campus for Middle School – Mrs Sushma Ganasan
  • Head of the campus for Primary School – Mrs Vatsala Rao.