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From a modest beginning in the year 1969 with one school in Anushaktinagar, Mumbai, the AEES has grown steadily, and presently administers 30 schools and junior colleges at 16 locations spread across the country. It has grown into a dynamic organization managed by around 1781 staff members, of whom about 1547 are teachers, entrusted with the responsibility of nurturing around 27890 students.


The mission of the AEES Schools is excellence – a quality that has become all pervasive and central to each of its activities and strategies, both academic and managerial. Vast changes were brought about in the system of education not only to make it more responsive to the needs of the children of today but also to realize the institution’s dream of providing holistic schooling.





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Atomic Energy Central School - 6, Mumbai is one of the 30 schools under the aegis of Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES) which was set up to provide quality education to the children of the employees of the Department of Atomic Energy and its constituent units. The school  functions with a set committed teaching faculty imparting all round education to around 650 students. AECS-6 is at the far western side of Anushaktinagar colony. It enjoys an ideal atmosphere with hills as its backdrop providing a pleasant and attractive ambiance. 

The school was inaugurated on June 13, 2007 by Dr. C.V. Ananda Bose, I.A.S., the then Hon’ble Chairman, AEES.  The foundation stone had earlier been laid by Padmashri Dr. Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, AEC and Secretary, Dept. of Atomic Energy.  The inauguration marked an important landmark in the establishment of an institution that was intended to fulfill the educational requirements of Anushaktinagar residents in the Western Sector of the colony.


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