Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama, Sarisha

Founded in 1921, this ashrama has reconstructed Sarisha village, mainly by providing education to villagers.


  • A boys’ higher secondary school (class 5 to 12).
  • A girls’ high school (class 5 to 10). It has a technical section that trains girls in tailoring.
  • Four junior basic schools (pre-primary to class 4).
  • Two Primary Teachers’ Training Institutes (PTTI) for women.
  • A coaching centre.
  • Two units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa and  a unit of Vivekananda Abhyudaya Prakalpa.
  • Two public libraries.
  • Eight values education centres.
  • Vocational training in general duty assistant, tailoring, mushroom cultivation, spoken English, etc.
  • Medical service for rural people, a homeopathic dispensary and two medical camps.
  • A health awareness camp.
  • A community centre for women.
  • Two study circles.
  • Welfare activities: Providing food, clothes, educational kits, and pecuniary and educational aid.
  • Religious activities: Daily worship, religious discourses, spiritual retreats, and celebration of the birthdays of the Holy Trio and major religious festivals.
  • The centre celebrated its centenary by holding a procession, public meetings and cultural events, feeding poor people, inaugurating a centenary building and releasing a commemorative volume.
Boys (Sikshamandir) HS School
Saradamandir Girls - Madhyamik School