St. Joseph school at Indara started in the year 1950 by the initiative of the missionaries who came to work in this area in the year 1947. This was the unique school in those years which started to give education for rural population specially the poor farmers and their children. It was managed under local authority of the group of village called the GRAM PANCHAYAT. School was making progress in number of the children coming to get education. The main focus was given to the education of the girl child. School established its identity as SCHOOL FOR THE POOR AND MARGINALIZED. THE missionaries specially the Franciscan Missionary Brothers worked as the pioneers. They laid the foundation for purpose of providing good education for the people of the neglected class of the society. The work of creating an awareness among the rural population to join the school was the main challenge those days. The children of the farmers were not well motivated for sending the children to school. Therefore it was the primary work of the missionaries to Read More
In this process the two other religious congregation namely the NORBERTINE FATHERS FROM JABALPUR AND THE MISSIONARY SISTERS OF THE QUEENS OF THE APOSTLES FROM VARANASI joined THE MISSION STATION the take part is the growing work of education.
In the year 1962 school was granted the approval from the department of education by the government till class 5. It was further upgraded till class VIII and was granted approval from the government in the year 1972. school was functioning well therefore government selected the section of Junior high school that is from class V to Class VIII for teachers salary Grant. Since then 8 teachers and 2 non teaching employees Read More