Swami Vivekananda during his lifetime had resolutely preached in his thunderous voice and unobstructed vision that education alone could reverse the multifaceted evils of the society. He urged his brave followers to give back to the ignorant and the poor their lost individuality. In keeping with his exhortation, the Ramakrishna Mission TB Sanatorium, in addition to its primary task of serving the Tuberculosis patients, had started the Vivekananda Madhya Vidyalaya in the Centenary Year of Swamiji. The school has at present about 460 students who are mostly local residents. Besides studying their prescribed curriculum, they are receiving at the school character-building education which is the need of the hour. Presently the school is a Jharkhand Government Institution, but the Sanatorium maintains the school and is associated with its welfare in an intimate manner.
Library being an effective instrument of disseminating knowledge, the Sanatorium has been conducting library service from three sub-locations - one for the residents and devotees at the Ashrama and one each for the medical personnel and indoor patients and the other at the Computer Centre. The Library has at present 4740 books, and receives 21 periodicals, it also keeps 10 newspapers and 382 CDs.