Narayanapura LFPS

Students of Little Flower Public School, Bangalore working in Narayanapura area as a part of SUPW

Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) is a subject in Indian schools where students can choose from a number of vocational education activities - embroidery and knitting, gardening, cooking, painting, carpentry and other crafts and hobbies, and community service. Students learn to work as a team and to work with skill and deftness. While most schools barring a few have dispensed with the subject,[1] it remains an ancillary, but mandatory part of course curriculum in schools affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, which conducts two examinations in India: the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC). This includes all Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya schools across India, like the The Doon School and Sherwood College[2], and other noted schools [3]

In addition to developing individual skills, SUPW aims to help develop among the students the habit to work as a community, encourage community thinking, increase awareness of scientific advancements and develop a scientific outlook. The training acquired in the classroom is expected to help students solve day-to-day problems of the community.


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