Oriental Academy for Social Infra Structure (OASIS) is the sister organization of PEACE established with the aim to improve literacy rate and ensure quality education. OASIS focuses on schooling where, on one hand teachers need capacity building trainings, regular monitoring and annual planning to meet the contemporary challenges and on the other hand students of middle class families need quality education which is affordable as well.
OASIS identifies private schools especially “street schools” assess their level and then on the basis of level assessment, develop capacity building trainings, conduct school events and decorate class room according to child psychology to improve the quality and encourage students. OASIS arranges summer camps for the students to engage them in creative activities and provide them learning environment.
OASIS is bridging up the triangular relation among parents, students and teachers because a student remains for 5 hours at school and 19 hours at home. The triangular relation connect them all where teachers and parents both share the responsibilities for creative growth of a child.
OASIS curriculum development is a step towards a multi-purpose program to encompass quality education, cultural and religious acceptance and affordability for low income families. OASIS as fourth pillar will involve university students in research process of curriculum development to ensure quality and standard of research work and these students will be given scholarships after completion of research based curriculum.
OASIS envisions a sustainable model for quality education and curriculum development which is based on our indigenous research, acceptable and affordable for street schools students.
OASIS endeavours to create an enabling environment for all stakeholders especially students, teachers, education scholars, universities to work jointly for quality education and research based curriculum development.
To ensure quality education and improve literacy rate.
To develop an affordable and research based curriculum
To involve university students in research work