Establishing Quality Residential Schools for the Promotion of Education

Ekalavya Model Residential School (EMRS) is a Government of India scheme for model residential school for Indian tribals (Scheduled Tribes, ST) across India. It was established by the Tribal Ministry, Government of India.

The government gives one time Rs 30 lakh grant for establishing the school, thereafter up to Rs. 30 lakh per school annually. Additional cost is borne by state governments. By 2007, 72 Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) were established in tribal areas across India, including highest 10 in Orissa, followed by 8 each in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat,West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh states .

From Principal's Desk

Dear Parents and Students,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our school website.

As Principal I am hugely impressed by the commitment of the school and the staff to the provision of an excellent all-round education for our students. Under my leadership, and as a team working together, we strongly promote academic achievement among our students. The cultural, sporting  and other successes of all of our students and staff are also proudly celebrated together.

EMRS is an innovative school drawing on the talents and skills of staff, students and parents to provide a host of educational programmes and projects. Wholesome participation is encouraged in the extensive range of extra-curricular activities on offer and care is also taken to ensure the well-being and happiness of each and every student in the school.

With a long and rewarding history of achievement in education behind us, our school community continues to move forward together with confidence, pride and enthusiasm.

I hope you enjoy your visit to the website.

S.K. Saxena (Principal)


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Vision and Mission

Provide quality middle and high level education to Scheduled Tribe (ST) students in remote areas.
Enable them to avail reservation in high and professional educational courses.
Get jobs in government, public and private sectors
Have access to the best opportunities in education at par with the non ST population.
Comprehensive physical, mental and socially relevant development of all students.
Empowering Students to be change agent, beginning in their school, in their homes, in their village and finally in a larger context.
Focus differentially on the educational support to be made available to those in Standards XI and XII, and those in standards VI to X, so that their distinctive needs can be met.
Support the annual running expenses in a manner that offers reasonable remuneration to the staff and upkeep of the facilities.
Support the construction of infrastructure that provides education, physical, environmental and cultural needs of student life.

Achievers (Class X)

2019-20 - 66.6%  -   Nisha Chouhan

2018-19 - 86% - Gulab Uikey

2017-18 - 58% - Aakash Kajle

Achievers (Class XII)

2019-20 - 68.4%  -   Nikita Dhurevey (Maths)

2018-19 - 63.8% - Dilip Baraskar (Maths)

2017-18 - 59% - Saurabh (Biology)