About Us

Our Team

About Our School

The school was established in the year 2007 with a vision to provide education for all.

ESTABLISHED DATE First of March 2007
FOUNDER MEMBERS J.B Tamang, Subhala Tamang
OBJECTIVES / VISION To provide education to the poor and the deprived children of Jaigaon and Bhutan.
SCHOOL AREA About 22000 Sq Ft.
BUILDING PLAN / INFRASTRUCTURE Presently a temporary building with bamboo and bricks consisting of three rooms. A small football ground / have space for volley ball / basketball / badminton.
FUTURE PLAN To become one of the best schools in India providing education to the deprived and the underprivileged people of India and Bhutan.

The Kjell Borneland Academy was established in March 2007 with a vision to provide education to the poor and deprived children of Jaigaon and Bhutan and the name "Kjell Borneland Academy" was kept in memory of the good works done by a wonderful person Mr. Kjell Borneland from Sweden. It was through the thoughtful ideas of Mr Sherab Lama and Mr. Mahesh Moktan, who had been in close contact with Mr. Kjell Borneland assisting his charitable works during his visits in India and Nepal. Mr. Borneland has been constantly keeping in touch with the school with regards to development of the school and providing sponsorship assistance to the deprived children. Recently, Mr. Lennart Strandberg and Mrs. Birthe Strandberg from Sweden visited the school family and have been very supportive to our endeavors. They even have discussed with many charitable organisations in Sweden like New HOPE and Rotary Organisation for support and assistance. We all hope for best things to happen for our school and children in the near future.


Nursery Age group-3 years to 5 years
Lower KinderGarden Age group -6 years to 7 years
Upper KinderGarden Age group- 7years to 8 Years
Class I Age Group 8 Years to 9 Years
Class II Age Group 9 years to 10 Years
Class III Age Group 10 Year
Class IV and Class V Age Group 10 years to 11 Years

Picture of school family

school children


No of Classes


No of Students


Teaching Staffs


Non Teaching Staff

Family situation of the children

The parents are mostly Adibasis (one of the aboriginal tribes of India), some families are from Nepali communities, bengali communities and Bhutanese communities. Most of the families cannot afford to give better education to children and are low income group families like porter, rickshaw puller, stone crushers, roadside labour, house cleaners, beggars and farmers.

Subjects taught

English, Science, Social Studies, Environment Studies, Geography, General Knowledge, Hindi and Computer,

Facilities Required for future

Well maintained and spacious classroom and offices


Lab Equipments

Games and sports equipments

Musical equipments

Computer room and facilities

Clean water tank

Clean washroom and toilet facilities

Club room

Staff room

Our Teachers