Summary of the Annul Report (2011-12)
The Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES), an autonomous institution under the administrative charge of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) was established in the year 1969 to meet the educational needs of the children of the employees of the Department of Atomic Energy and its constituent units working at different centers in the country. AEES currently administers 30 schools/ Junior college at 15 centers located all over India and provides education to over 25,560 students. At present there are about 1654 employees of whom over 1338 belong to the teaching category.
AEES has achieved significant results in its pursuit of excellence in academic as well as nonacademic fields. The enrichment of the school libraries, computer aided education, improved sports facilities, multi play equipments, introduction of adventure sports, in-service training
programmes for teachers, better multi media programmes and enrichment programmes for students have helped the institution to set new benchmarks in excellence. Projects like the construction of auditoria, additional classrooms and the setting up of computer and mathematical laboratories, have greatly contributed to the strengthening of infrastructural facilities in our schools.
The newly accomplished Sports Complex (Common Facilities & Aquatic activities) was inaugurated by Dr.Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary Dept. of Atomic Energy in the presence of Dr. S.K.Jain, Chairman & Managing Director, NPCIL during All India Inter AECS Sports Meet held from 30th October to 1st November 2011. The Sports Complex provides facilities such as Gymnasium, two Badminton Courts, Table Tennis Hall, a 400 mts track with facility for athletic events and also a separate Swimming Pool. The strengthening of sports facilities has helped the students to develop their skills and bring laurels to their schools.
AEES has launched several long-term key projects such as Application of Science and Technology for Educational Reforms (ASTER). Under the ASTER project, AEES has established the Satellite Interactive Terminals at all centers. All the civil and electrical works pertaining to acoustics and air-conditioning of the ASTER studio have been completed at Anushaktinagar. Studio equipments including cameras etc. have been installed and are made functional.
These on-going programmes are translating the vision into reality and help the institution to scale greater heights even while widening the scope of education. Welfare measures aimed at students as well as the community around were also taken up. AEES has been providing students the opportunities to understand and delve into the creative world.
The All India Junior Science and Mathematics Olympiad as well as the AEES Science and Social Science Exhibitions are being organized every year to motivate and nurture the students. Selected exhibits are sent to the Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition. Enrichment programmes for bright students of the higher secondary class and training programmes for the NTS examinations are conducted every year. To broaden the spectrum of interests and to widen the knowledge of the students, educational trips have become a regular feature in all the schools.
More than 238 students of AEES have secured admission to reputed professional colleges for Engineering, Medicine etc.
In the All India Secondary School Examination held in March 2012, the average pass percentage was 99.91. In the Higher Secondary Examination, the average pass percentage was 90.66.
The Talent Nurture Programme for the bright children from the rural/tribal areas is running at ten centres. At present 1279 children are receiving free education and other facilities under this
The following Trophies are awarded to AEC schools and Junior Colleges for remarkable achievements in different areas.
1. Dr. Homi Bhabha Rolling Trophy for the best overall performance for Schools and Junior Colleges.
2. Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Rolling Trophy for the best academic performance among Schools and Junior Colleges.
3. Dr. Raja Ramanna Trophy for the best Co-scholastic Activities in Schools and Junior Colleges.
4. Dr. Homi Sethna Trophy for the Sports achievements among all Schools and Junior Colleges