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Students Corner

Students are the true ornaments of any educational institution. The Students would be inspired with values of Ethics such as, Discipline, Punctuality, Honesty, Truthfulness, Respectfulness, etc. Values of Ethics are very important to a man in leading his life. It shapes the life in the right direction. Proper guidance is given to the students to attain the values of ethics from their very childhood. Proper guidance is also given to the guardians. Poems and jingles are composed on values of ethics, tuned, recorded in a cassette and are given to both the guardians and the students. Our aim is to give utmost importance to the students to help them develop the right base to lead a decent life.



Computer literacy  training is a part of the Vidyalaya´s academic schedule for students from Class I onwards.


The Vidyalaya has two media of instruction. In both media emphasis is given Communicative English. Even Hindi Communication is practiced. It is Niva Ananda Vidyalaya, that gives importance to mother tongue and other languages. 

Resultantly, the students become able to communicate in English / Hindi with confidence and fluency.

It is also observed that the students comprehend these languages effectively.  Students get an opportunity to study in this Grooming Centre from class I onwards.


Along with general teaching, the methods of micro-teaching and remedial teaching have been introduced. These methods benefit the weak students on the one side, and on the other side, they teach the students the techniques of getting good marks in the examinations. We believe these efforts will be fruitful to replace private tuition, as well as the slow learners are motivated to study through this special guidance and care.



On every Saturday, lifestyle  classes (V to XII from 2:05 pm to 4:00 pm) are held on how to frame lifestyle by observing birth and death anniversaries of Noble Persons. Also interactive sessions with respected Dadan and teachers are done in a cordial atmosphere. Dadan and teachers share their ideas with the students in an open-air-theatre, which reminds us of Gurudev’s  Shantiniketan.  


The following rules are required to be strictly adhered to :-
1. Pupils must attend the Vidyalaya regularly and punctually. Late-
comers are normally sent back home.
2. A clean and tidy uniform must be worn at all times. Pupils in dirty or
untidy uniforms coming to the Vidyalaya may not be allowed to attend
classes. The decision of the Vidyalaya, in this regard is final.
3. When sick and/or suffering from an infectious disease, pupils are not
allowed to attend Vidyalaya. ‘
4. Pupils must complete their home work regularly.
5. It is expected that students will abide by the rules and regulations of
the \/idyalaya and uphold the prestige of the Vidyalaya. Students will
behave respectfully with the teachers and non-teaching
employees of the Vidyalaya. If they fail to do so, the Vidyalaya will
take stern measures against them. ·
6. Students will make the best possible use of the library. 0n the failure to
. return a book borrowed from the library, within 15 days, late
fine for a day shall have to be paid by the defaulters.
7. lf the students are found neglecting their studies, becoming unsuccessful
in Annual  examination, involved in activities detrimental to the interest
and ideology of the Vidyalaya, they will be served with T.C. If any
student adopts unfair means in the examinations or indulge in unfriendly
activities with the schoolmates will also be given T.C. No student is
entitled to remain in a particular class for more than two consecutive
8. Absence from the Vidyalaya unless truly excusable and proved so, is
strongly objected to and punishable. The absentees shall not be allowed
to sit for the Examination. However, parents must not send
a sick child to the Vidyalaya.
9. A request for leave of absence must be made in writing by the guardian
to the Head of the Vidyalaya.
10. Attending Physical Education Classes is compulsory unless exemp tion is certified by a doctor.
11. If any guardian/parent wishes to withdraw his/her ward just before the
vacation, he/she shall have to pay the full Vidyalaya charges for
the vacation.
12. Transfer Certificates may be given after seven days from the date of ·
submission of application and on payment of all dues including transfer
fee. Before withdrawing a student from the \/idyalaya, one month's
notice is to be given and full session fees are to be paid .Clearance
Certificate from the Library, Computer Centre etc., are needed before
withdrawing the ward from the Vidyalaya. `
13. Pupils who do not use the Vidyalaya Bus are allowed to leave only with
their parents/guardians/escorts on production of their identity cards.
No pupil is allowed to leave alone. .
14. No pupil is allowed to leave the Vidyalaya premises earlier than the
Vidyalaya leaving hours. The decision of the Rector / Head master is
final in special cases.
15. No book, periodical or newspaper of any objectionable nature,mobile, ipod or any electronic items shall be  brought into the Vidyalaya.
16. Pupils are not permitted to wear watches or gold jewellery and to
carry with them any expensive or objectionable objects to the Vidyalaya.
The decision of the Vidyalaya Authorities in this regard is final.
17. Any change of address/telephone number must be immediatly brought
to the notice of the Vidyalaya/office. ‘
18. Pupils can bring their own tiffin from homes in permissible cases.
19. No programme is to be arranged in the Vidyalaya without prior
permission from the Vidyalaya Authorities.
20. Students are bound to abide by the rules, regulations and discipline
of the Vidyalaya. The moment they get themselves admitted into the
Vidyalaya monitors are elected by the students of their respective
classes. Besides the class·teacher, H.M. or Vidyalaya authority, students
will be guided by the elected monitors in respect of maintaining
discipline. Students are to follow the directives given by the four
regiments formed for upholding discipline.
21. The Vidyalaya is not responsible for the loss of books, money, clothes
etc. of the pupils. 
22. In classes from I to IV, students are not allowed to take Vidyalaya
books home. They keep them in their respective lockers. They take
home their Home Books only. Fifteen days prior to the 1st. Terminal,
Half-yearly and Annual Examinations books are allowed to be taken
home. Books are also allowed to be taken home during Summer Vacation
and Autumn Festival. Students are allowed to take their respective
books home on every Friday and they are to bring back the books to
the Vidyalaya on every Monday (if the Vidyalaya is open).
23. Children are burdened with heavy school bags. The heavy bags make
them bend down. We are at lessening the burden of carrying this load for small children. Guardians' co-operation in this respect is very much welcome.
24. Students are warned not to damage any Vidyalaya furniture or any
property. A heavy fine is imposed on any pupil for doing so. The
decision of the Vidyalaya authorities is final.
25. Participation in the Vidyalaya Song and Pledge Song is compulsory.
26. Students who want to leave the Vidyalaya earlier, shall
inform the authority in writing and it must be mentioned in the students'
27. A medical certificate of illness must be produced for absence due to
contagious or infectious diseases.
28. Clearing tuition-fees is an enabling condition for
appearance in each Unit Test. The students shall have to pay their fees
along with other dues, if any, upto April to get Admit Cards to
appear at the Annual Examinations/Tests. No student shall be allowed
to sit for the aforesaid examinations without Admit Cards.
29. After being promoted to the next higher class, a student shall have to pay tuition-
fees for the month of May along with the required Session Charge.
N.B. : The decision of the Vidyalaya Authorities regarding this is


The Health Centre provides necessary support for health care. While Psychologists ensure measures for the up-keep of the student’s Mental health, the doctor of the Health centre takes care of the Physical Health of the students. The Dispensary provides medicinal curatives for primary health care and treatment. This Health Centre also has a trained nurse.


The students of this school are helped to decrease the load of their school bags. The School Bags act like a curse to these children. They become weak and tired very quickly. The bags affect their backbone directly, as a result of which they develop a tendency to bend their body forward.


Students  are provided with cassettes, CDs, Videos and Films containing curricular and wholesome recreational contents. They get all these facilities side by side with their regular classroom teachings.


Students are lured away from their books by so many distractions. To hook them up to books the library has a big role. Refreshing and Regenerative books are within easy access of the students through home lending as well. Students are to submit their written statements of two pages, regarding how they have liked the books borrowed, to the Librarian. Their statements are rated after being assessed and the marks they obtain are shown in the Progress Report of the Annual Examination.


Every guardian will arrange for a home library in miniature for his / her ward at home. The name will be ‘My Library’. The Vidyalaya will help and encourage for having such a library.


An arrangement has been made, that our meritorious students will render valuable services to the first generation learners as well as to the slow learners by visiting their houses at the appropriate time. The Vidyalaya will pay the students, who will be selected as a part of this programme. Thus they can earn while they learn.


The Vidyalaya has laboratories for Life Science, Chemistry, Geography and Physical Science. Students carry out  test and trial here to gain new Knowledge.


This Centre aims at making a person attain success in totality in the qualities of head and heart. This Centre provides: - 1. I.Q Test. 2. Career Awareness & Counseling, Personality Development. 3. Global Knowledge in General. 4. English and Hindi for Communication.

Centre of Excellence