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The different institutions under Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Pathanamthitta Kendra are

1. Bhavan's Bala Mandir, Near Civil Station Pathanamthitta.
Bhavan's Bala Mandir is the Kindergarten section of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Pathanamthitta. Learning by doing helps the child to be active participant in the learning process. Sand play, water play, activities including cutting and pasting collage, painting, drawing etc. helps eye hand co-ordination and develops fine muscles. The Kindergarten classes are spiced with activities that groom children for more serious work at primary level.

2. Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Variyapuram (CBSE School)
Bhavan's Vidya Mandir a CBSE affiliated school from class I onwards set in serene and sylvan surroundings, offers world class education with digital smart class, high- tech computer labs, sophisticated science and maths labs, central library and spacious play grounds.

3. Gandhi Institute of Computer Education and Information Technology, Pathanamthitta
The Gandhi Institute of Computer Education and Information Technology, imparts computer education to senior citizens and BPL students completely free of cost. The centre has now trained 1165 students out of which 176 are senior citizens.

4. EDUSAT Centre of ISRO

EDUSAT Centre of ISRO telecasts national and child friendly programmes from national channels.

5. Bhavan's Mobile Computer Lab
"Knowledge on Wheels" – a mobile computer lab equipped with its own generator set, UPS, A/C, Projector, 8 Computers, Printer all networked and loaded with relevant software has been imparting computer literacy to the tribal areas under a joint programme of Global Foundation, Mumbai and Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Pathanamthitta. Students of Bhavan's are directly involved in this Social Service Project.

6. Bhavan's Attathode Tribal Development Project
Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, as part of its effort in restoring awareness to the society around, has embarked on a Community Development Project at Attathode. The school has adopted this village and the students and staff contribute rice and clothing to the poor tribal families at regular intervals. Students also visited the shacks of these tribals and participated in an "annadhanam".
Updated on: 16 Feb 2015