Pathashaala commenced on 19 Aug 2010 with a middle school group of boys and girls. In 2014, the first batch of students took their IGCSE examinations. The A level programme commenced in August 2015. In 2016 Pathashaala has over hundred students in the ages of 9½ to 17, and expects to reach the planned number of 125 students in June 2018.
In a tranquil atmosphere with distant hills and fresh breezes the staff and students are invited to an environmentally sustainable way of living. The campus uses energy sparingly and is designed with solar energy, windmills and biogas. Pathashaala is sensitive to the use and pollution of water and is committed to ecological sanitation. The campus, with zero black water effluent, is designed with dry composting toilets for all residents and visitors. There is adequate vegetation with carefully planted trees, and herbs. There are over 100 bird species, over 70 butterfly species and 35 grasses seen on the campus.
VISIBLE SOON! The Walls of Pathashaala Mar 2018 Instagram images can be seen at web.stagram.com
Compost harvesting on Gandhi Jayanti 2015 – NDTV coverage