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D.A.V PUBLIC SCHOOL, KIRANDUL DIST- DANTEWADA (CG) 494556
Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education , Affiliation Code : 3330281
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About School  

 

D.A.V. Public School, Kirandul is situated at Kirandul, Bailadila Mines by NMDC Ltd, Navratna Company, Dist – Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, just 05 K.M. from the nearest Railway Station of Kirandul and 430 K.M. from the state capital, Raipur. It is only 40 K.M. from the famous temple of south Bastar Dantewada, a venture of NMDC Ltd, Navratna Company.    

 

DAV Public School, Kirandul  The Chronology at glance
Initially founded in Shrishri Raghva Temple premises and then foundation stone laid and named as 
Dayanand Saraswati Vidyalaya     Aug  9, 1978
2 The School Taken over under the DAV Organisation Sept 1, 1990
3 N.S.S. Unit Inagurated by Shri Murli Manohar (G.M. B.I.O.M, Kirandul) Nov  19, 2001
4 N.C.C. Unit Inagurated in  DAV PS Kdl    Aug 31, 2004
5 Scout & Guide Inagurated in DAVPS Kdl     Feb 22, 2008

 

  • The school though situated in a Mines Area, has an impressive infrastructure which provides all facilities and unique atmosphere for result oriented teaching-learning environment. It is an English and Hindi Medium Co-educational school affiliated to Chhattishgarh Board of Secondary Education (C.G.B.S.E.), up to Senior Secondary level. 
  • The school has well equipped  Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography  and Computer Labs along with the rich library having more than 2000 books. A huge open area, provides ample scope for outdoor and Indoor activities for children.
  • We have a team of 46 faculty members, all well qualified, experienced and dedicated to their profession.
  • The school conducts remedial classes in the morning and afternoon, for those students, who need extra care.
  • For the comprehensive and continuous evaluation (CCE) of the students, school conducts different activities through different clubs such as Dance, Music, Art & Craft, Literary, Theater and Eco-Club. 

 

As DAVIANS, we believe in latent potential of every child and endeavor for his complete growth. The school has come many steps forward in the field of education under the kind guidance and supervision of the Principal Mr. C Ghosal. Aims to touch the sky of achievements in the years to come.
Respective officials

 Our Principal’s      From   To
Tilak raj samant   01-09-1990  11-05-2001
Alka Sharma  11-05-2001   20-05-2003
Sushil Kumar Rai  20-05-2003 03-12-2005
Chittaranjan Ghosal  01-12-2005 *************

 

Sr.No Honorable Chairman        From      To
1 P.R. TRIPATHI         01-09-1990  21-10-1990
2 G.S. PUROHIT                21-10-1990 04-05-1995
3 S.K. AGRAWAL              04-05-1995        03-08-1998
4 B. RAMESH KUMAR               03-08-1998  17-07-2001
5 MURLI MANOHAR                                        18-07-2001 27-05-2002
6 V.K. JAIN                                    28-05-2002 20-03-2004
7 P. Kariyampudi                    04-04-2004 25-07-2005
8 S. VENKATESAN                    25-07-2005 31-07-2008
9 A.K. GUPTA                   19-08-2008  31-08-2009
10 SUBIMAL BOSE                   01-09-2009 30-05-2010
11 V.K.S. RATHORE                  30-05-2010  13-11-2012
12 P.K. SATPATHY                   01-12-2012 13-12-2014
13 LOUIS EKKA             15-12-2014   30-09-2015
14 B SAHOO 01-10-2016 11-02-2016
15 T S CHERIAN 14-02-2016 30-09-2018
16 A K PRAJAPATI 30-09-2018  

       
DAV College Managing Committee is the largest non-government organization in the field of education in India today. It has a glorious past seeped into the history of India, our great nation. DAV College Managing Committee has contributed to nation-building by pioneering private initiative in education. 
In our more than 128 years long career span, DAV students have emerged as leaders in their chosen fields as Nobel laureates, Prime Ministers, Scientists, Sports persons, Defense personnel, Movie Actors, Media persons, CEOs, making meaningful contributions to the economic and social development of India.
DAVCMC runs and manages over 700 educational institutions comprising of public schools, grants-in-aid schools, colleges, institutes of professional education and research institutions. Trusted by both,public as well as private sector,DAVCMC mananges over hundred Project and semiproject Schools for bluechip corporate houses such as ACC, Tata, Reliance, Adani and Public Sector Corporations such as NMDC, BHEL, GAIL, SECL etc. DAVCMC discharges its social responsibility by running ashrams and orphanages for the underprivileged and destitute children and women.
D.A.V.Managing Committee (DAVCMC) is managed by a galaxy of luminaries from diverse fields who are committed to the philosophy of Arya Samaj and ideals of Swami Dayanand Saraswati. The DAV institutions are spread all over the length and breadth of India with DAV presence in almost all states catering to a wide range of clients from the urban elite to the rural Indian. DAV’s commitment to quality education ensures highly qualified and skilled work force and state-of-art infrastructure in the educational institution managed by it.
DAV MOVEMENT a background........
The Indian society was at its cultural, social and political nadir when Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati was born in 1824. He grew up in an environment of political subjugation, where he witnessed extreme casteism, superstition, religious dogma and social oppression of women and marginalized sections of society. He openly stood up against all the social evils such as discrimination on grounds of caste, creed, sex, economic status and social bigotry, male chauvinism and religious dominance of higher castes over the backward castes and classes. He fought for the rights of women and opened “Kanya Vidyalayas” to empower and enlighten them.
Unfortunately, the task of social resurgence was too vast to be completed during his lifetime and when Maharishi attained Samadhi in 1883, the Indian society was only partially reformed, with the onus of completing this unfinished task falling on his followers.
Taking a stock of the ground realities of Indian society and the nature of the task undertaken by Maharishi, his followers decided to commemorate his  life and works not by building lifeless statues, but by opening temples of learning - schools and colleges where all the values advocated by Maharishi will be inculcated in the children so that they could carry forward his message and work ceaselessly throughout their life to carry out the reforms suggested by him.
In 1885 the first DAV School was established at Lahore which was subsequently upgraded to become the first DAV College. In 1886 the DAV College Trust and Management Society was established and got registered. The DAV Society visualized that the DAV Schools shall produce men and women of sterling national character and social commitment.
The commendable objectives of the DAV attracted several committed individuals and groups to serve the society by striving to collect petty donations and gather humble resources to set up DAV Schools to reach Maharishi’s message of enlightenment to all the Indians.

Thus the crusade against ignorance, illiteracy, injustice and inequality was revived and it gained further momentum with the opening of each DAV School.
DAV College Managing Committee, the executive body of the DAV College Trust & Management Society, streamlined the school curriculum and administrative processes and gave the social movement a splendid vision and precise direction. Towards the end of nineteenth century and in the first half of twentieth century the DAV College Trust & Management Society established a number of schools.
These schools were broadly categorized as directly controlled and managed schools,Some more schools came into the DAV fold as they got subsequently affiliated to DAV College Trust & Management Society. The DAV institutions soon gained respect and reputation in the society and began to be recognized for their high academic standards and value-based education. The faculty comprised towering personalities such as Mahatma Hansraj, Principal Gyan Chand, Lala Sain Das and Pandit Meher Chand, who selflessly dedicated their lives to the reengineering of the Indian society through modern education and Vedic values. 
Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Sh. Inder Kumar Gujral and Dr. Man Mohan Singh are DAV Alumni is a testimony to these facts.