An English Medium Residential Senior Secondary School for Boys at Nainital. Affiliated to CBSE. Member of IPSC. Estd. 1947


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. ..aims and objectives


Besides imparting learning skills, BVM believes education to be the most important instrument for the transmission of culture and values from generation to generation. Inculcation of a sense of reverence in the young generation for their culture and also a desire successfully to discharge their responsibilities towards their family, society, country and above all towards humanity in general has been the avowed aim of BVM. It believes in creating not only a successful social being but also a fully cultured complete individual.

  • To impart education on public school lines keeping in view the Indian culture and a global perspective.
  • To equip the young-ones with the qualities of a good citizen and those of an ever better human being.
  • To make them morally strong and socially responsible so that they may become ideal working professionals in the years to come.
  • To strengthen in the young generation, desirable attributes of character like honesty, courage, self-confidence integrity and resourcefulness.
  • To enable them to stand for the ideals of freedom and independence- which constitute the core of the working ethics of the institution -in an uncompromising manner.
  • To foster creativity and cultivate positive attitude with an open-minded approach for 21st century challenges.

Besides utmost emphasis on academics individual attention is paid to ensure physical, intellectual, moral and emotional development of students in their formative years. House system further ensures personal attention in dealing with the emotional problems, while the prefect system infuses the traits like discipline and determination.
The school is secular in character and boys, irrespective of the faith they belong to, feel quite at home here. Cultural festivals are celebrated at school and sanctity of each function is maintained by giving it a homely touch. Common ideals and principles of different faiths promoting human values are nurtured as necessary stimuli for personality development.
There is morning assembly everyday. Sanskrit, Hindi and English prayers are followed by Thought for the day, Word for the day and News of the day. Two students deliver short speeches on topics of their own choice everyday. All students find their turn to appear on the stage in one way or another during the session.
Anniversaries of great social reformers and national heroes are also celebrated to acquaint the young-ones with their contribution.

Birla Vidyamandir, Nainital (Uttarakhand) INDIA
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