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NEW ERA ENGLISH SCHOOL
Bohora Park, Gangapur Road,
Nashik-422002.

Behind Hotel Prakash,
Near Bombay Agra Road
Nashik-9
Tel:-574871

e-mail : newera@bom6.vsnl.net.in

R.B. Bohora Education and Welfare Trust's
NEW ERA ENGLISH SCHOOL
(A Government recognized English medium School)


Adv. R. B. Bohora

Chief Guest From the
US Consulate

Students in Computer lab

Co-ordinators:
Philadelphia, USA office:
Mrs. Leena Kothari MCM, MBA

Stamford, USA office:
Mrs. Manisha Bohora M.S.(USA)

 

Era English School was founded by the Founding Trustee, Mr. Ratanlal B. Bohora, Advocate, a successful lawyer who has played instrumental role as the office bearer of leading educational institutions. He is a proud father of three children who have earned their higher degrees from the USA. Mr. Bohora had a vision of a "Dream School for the 21st Century". His vision got crystallized after his study tours to the USA. During his visits to the premier academic institutions of the USA, he observed the state of the art infrastructure of the academic institutions, the latest high technology tools provided to the students and the competitive environment provided by their schools. He realized very strongly that the students of India also deserve the same "environment" to be able to compete against their counterparts in the USA. He came back to India and the "New Era" emerged....

New Era English School is here with a vision to enable students and their parents to have dreams and provide the tools and environment to materialize them.

Vision

The school wishes to broaden the overall perspective, train the mind and soul and develop a multi faceted personality. It is committed to impart values of high standards to its students which will make them better "citizens of the world" in the 21st century. Ability is what you are capable of doing, motivation determines what you do and attitude determines how well you do it. At New Era, we develop the attitude .. the attitude for success!

Chairman of the Trust:
Adv. Ratanlal B. Bohora, B.A. LL.B.

Managing Trustee:
Mr. Ajay R. Bohora, B.E., MBA(USA)

Advisory Board
Adv. Manish Baste, Ex. Deputy Mayor, Nasik City
Dr. Pratap Wagh, Ex. M.P., Social Worker
Dr. Vijay Ghatge M.D., Director, Life Line Hospital
Mr. D.S. Kulkarni, Secretary Nasik Education Society
Mr. Anil R. Bohora, B.E. M.S. (USA)
Dr. Mangalgiri, Ph.D., Ex-Professor, Oxford Brooks Univ. (U.K.)
Mr. Suresh Kale, Labour Consultant, Social Worker
Mr. Amit Bohora B.E., Industrialist

real world is becoming highly competitive. It's looking for well developed, skilled & result oriented citizens, rather than those who have degrees just for the sake of it.

Most of the people try to like what they do, very few get to do what they really like. Those who do what they like excel in their chosen fields. No matter how intelligent the child is he/she won't excel if he/she has to do what doesn't interest him/her. Mr. Sachin Tendulkar and Mr. Vishwanathan Anand would have probably failed miserably had they been forced to be either a musician or a painter. They however did what they liked ... play Cricket & Chess and they excelled! This is the underlying philosophy of the school: The Strength Theory: Identify the in-born strengths of the child and develop them to the fullest extent. Nurture the interests of the students. By the end of the school years let the student be really excellent in at least one thing. It is our experience that students learn some subjects faster than others. This indicates, to some extent the real aptitude of the student.

Strength Theory:
Instead of parents dictating the future of the student if the student himself/herself cruises through different choices in life, a natural option gets selected as per the aptitude.

The student then automatically enjoys life, becomes cheerful, optimistic, finds purpose in life and gets excited to enter the real world and pursue the goals of life. The strength theory does however say that the qualifying academic credentials must be achieved e.g. everyone must clear the regular S.S.C. and other exams, but while doing so, some special subject/special area of interest to the student must be developed fully. This becomes the foundation for excellence in life!

process of finding in-born interest of the student is very systematic. The student goes through aptitude testing, evaluation of interests by teachers over the years based on the participation of the student in the classroom sessions, analysis of academic results and extra curricular activities. Eventually a joint meeting among parent, teacher and student is arranged and a conclusion is drawn. Once a joint decision is made and a goal is set, it is up to the student to pay the price in terms of hard work to achieve the objective.

  
Quiz contest

  


Welcome Speech...
Age 3 Years

  

Play House

 

 

Annual Gathering

 

 

 

 

School Garden

Sanskar Classes

Yoga

School Picnic

Era English School follows American Technology but teaches "Bhartiya Sanskruti".

The materialistic prosperity could be achieved by American technology, but if it is based on "Bhartiya Sanskruti" eternal "Peace of Mind" and "Happiness" could be achieved with those materialistic achievements.

erican Methodology;
  • Teach students to learn by themselves
  • Use Internet and computer based teaching for course work
  • No school bags. Students study in the school and leave the school bag in the school.
  • All homework to be done in the school
  • Encourage student interaction in the class room. Make students pro-active learners.
  • Encourage students to do "Out of box thinking"
  • Keep creativity of every child alive
  • Follow experiment based teaching as against traditional "only theory teaching"
  • Hands on interactive field & workshop experience
  • Assignment work for weekend
  • Linking up education with practical real life experiences
  • Accept the fact that every student is different & encourage the in-born interest and in-born strengths of every student.
  • Develop logic and analytical skills of the student
  • Develop communication skills of a student.
"Bhartiya Sanskruti"
  • Respect elders irrespective of their financial status
  • Faith in the philosophy. "Satyameva Jayate"
  • Tolerance; Respecting individuals as they are and not forcing specific ideologies on them. Respecting their faiths and beliefs.
  • Belief in the "Supreme"; Pray everyday for HIS blessings
  • Firm belief in hard work.
  • Life as a pursuit of "Peace of Mind/Happiness" and not just going after materialistic, monetary possessions.
  • Resort to spiritual means to achieve
    "Eternal Happiness and Peace".
  • Firm belief in long lasting life time relationships.
Highlights
  • Internet In Every Class Room
  • Special Tutorial Classes In The School.
  • Computer Based Teaching
  • Audio-visual Aids In The Education.
  • Compulsory Sports.
  • Public Speaking Workshops.
  • General Knowledge Sessions.
  • School Bus.
  • Yoga
  • Sanskar Classes
  • Daily Prayers
  • Well Equipped Laboratory.
  • Resourceful Library.
  • Picnics And Outings.
  • Nursery Toys.
  • Aptitude Testing
  • Regular Medical Check-up

Parent's Role in New Era

New Era provides the resources and infrastructure to develop and nurture students to the peak of their capabilities. The efficiency of the instrument lies in the co-operation, understanding and confidence that parents would develop with NEW ERA.

Parents would have to realize that it is not only the school, which is responsible for their child's overall progress and development but the role is more or less 50-50 sharing. Hence parents should be active participants in activities where they are required. It is also important for parents to be pro-active and provide ongoing feedback to the school.

How would there be a global attitude?

The world is changing at a very fast pace. Supersonic air planes, fax machines, cellular phones, pagers, Internet and E-mails have made the world smaller. Global opportunities are looking for well-trained & skilled individuals irrespective of their nationalities.

Our students should have resources, tools, environment and opportunities similar to what is available to their counterparts in the USA or Europe. A cultured and polished diamond is valuable and superior to its raw stone like counterpart, not because it was different at the source but it's because it got the right "Environment" and "Opportunities" to be developed to its full potential. That's exactly what we offer at New Era. Our students also get an opportunity to interact with the students of the USA.

"NEW ERA......Preparing for Tomorrow......Today!"