Initially Moanoghar was a children’s home to provide residential care and education to the orphans from across the CHT region. Over the years, residential facilities were extended to all disadvantaged children from different ethnic indigenous communities considering the dire need of their education in the hills.
Currently there are 12 residential hostels, known as Bhavans, on the campus. They house more than 700 students whose homes are too far from the school or who hare highly disadvantaged. These hostels are Karuna Bhavan A & B Block, Jnanashree Bhavan, Shanti Bhavan, Dipti Bhavan, Prajna Bhavan, Siddhartha Bhavan, Suhrid Bhavan A & B Block, Moitree Bhavan, Bimal Bangsha Bhavan and Bishakha Bhavan (for girls).
Each hostel has a tutor and an assistant tutor who look after the overall well-being and development of the children by carefully monitoring on a day-to-day basis. In addition there are two Superintendents, one for boys and one for girls.
This school, managed by a separate School Managing Committee (SMC) with participation of people from the community, is located on a small hill top nearby Rangapani village; it has a good reputation for education as well as sports. The land was donated by Moanoghar in order to offer education to children of the larger community and, as it is the only kindergarten school in the locality, there are more and more applicants. Currently about 200 children are enrolled in different classes from playgroup to standard V.