Best-In-Class School – Now in Brahmapur!!!
Shri Arani Baksi has joined us as our first Principal, on the 1st of July, 2021.
Arani Baksi has been in the service of working with young minds as an educator-administrator, mentor, and counsellor for over 18 years in premier educational institutions nationally and internationally across Indian and International curricula. He has created, and has been the director of MUN (Model United Nations) clubs in multiple schools, and his team of delegates has participated and won accolades in conferences worldwide including conferences concluding in the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York. An alumnus of Central Institute of Education and Delhi School of Economics, he is the recipient of a National Scholarship, CIE merit scholarship, and he ranked first in the entrance examination of the Department of Geography in Delhi School of Economics. His current research interest lies in reimagining school education through an interdisciplinary, technology enabled, inclusive approach. He contends that interactions with his students define who he is. He is dedicated to creating school ecosystems that are fear-free and challenging, yet lively and fun! His dream is to replicate the Klorofeel experience regionally, nationally, and internationally.
To know more about Arani Baksi’s experience and academic record, please see here.
Message from the Principal
Welcome to Klorofeel!
We have a dream! At Klorofeel, we want to create an exemplary educational institution on the east coast of India, and the first choice of school for parents in Odisha and beyond.
We have created an environment of curiosity and fearlessness where our learners will engage in diverse learning opportunities that will inspire them to inculcate inventiveness, self-confidence, and resilience to pursue primary experimentation and become independent and ethical lifelong learners.
Welcome to klorofeel school
Klorofeel School is designed for an exciting journey in joyous learning. Learning mathematics need not be boring and repetitive, nor scary. History must not be an effort at memorizing dates or an endless list of warrior kings – it needs to be a breathtaking narrative of events and processes that shaped our past, provoking us to think “what if” and “why” – and what lessons we can draw for the present. Not just History, all subjects need to come alive in the minds of students, kindling their imagination, often in directions not imagined by us. Science, Geography, Civics and Literature must relate to our environment and the regular issues that challenge us.