Atomic Energy Education Society (AEES), an Autonomous Body, under the Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India, provides education for wards of the DAE employees upto junior college level. Atomic Energy Central Schools and Junior Colleges are spread all over the country and are affiliated to CBSE and other State Boards. AEES has 30 Schools/Junior colleges at sixteen different centres with 28000 students and 1547 teaching and 300 non-teaching staff.
Jharkhand is situated in the eastern part of India. Jharkhand means "The land of forests'' as 29% of the state is covered by 'jhars' (forests) and woodlands. It is the 28th State of the Indian Union. It's bordering states
are Bihar to the North, Uttar Pradesh and Chhatisgarh to the West, Orissa to the South and West Bengal to the East.
The Capital city of Jharkhand is Ranchi which is an industrial hub. Ranchi Airport connects important cities of Patna, New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Jharkhand comprises of 24 Districts, 212 Blocks and 32,620 villages. Jharkhand is located on Chota Nagpur Plateau and Santhal Parganas and is endowed with evergreen forests and mineral wealth. It covers an area of 79,714 sq kms.
The State boasts of richness not only in terms of mineral wealth, but also in terms of culture, languages spoken,festivals celebrated, tourism spots, waterfalls, folk music and dances. Around 32 tribal communities are there in Jharkhand which include Santhals, Mundas, Oraons, Hos, Asur, Bathudi, Bedia, Banjara and Baiga among others. Languages spoken are Hindi, Urdu, Magahi, Khortha, and Nagpuri.