Cost structure

Cost structure

SET currently spends Rs6,500 per month for educating each child. To make it more affordable, parents are expected to pay a portion of the total cost and the balance is subsidized through fund raising efforts. If parents are unable to meet the subsidized cost, the subsidy is increased and, in instances, no fee in charged. Increased subsidy is based on a need assessment and SET’s financial capacity.

Every effort is made to provide affordable education without compromising standards or quality.

Annual accounts are audited by M/s Feroz Aziz Chartered Accountants.

Future plans

The Saran Educational Trust has successfully opened 2 campuses. The third campus has also begun operations with a strength of 230 children. The campus has a capacity of accommodating 1000 children with spacious play grounds, science laboratories, an auditorium etc.

The Trust aspires to increase the number of admissions in the school.