Gandhiji’s philosophy is based on Basic Education. It is based on certain principles. Basic Education is naturalistic in its setting, idealistic in its aim, pragmatist in its method. It focuses on work, activity, and experimentation in the cultural environment. So Gandhiji emphasized work education through economic activities and craft based education. The students should be inculcated with      desirable values and culture.

MGNCRE–Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, under the ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India had taken the responsibility to promote the rural Indians. Ventel cell will work on various activities to promote vocational education, Nai-Talim, and Experiential learning. Nai-Talim is education for life. Gandhiji introduced the concept of Nai-Talim in 1937.









Nai-Talim is a spiritual principle which states that knowledge and work are not separated. Through this cell the students should be aware of vocational national education as a means of productive work with economic value. To plan different activities accordingly in the campus.