Making discipline a lifelong practice for Bengaluru's Vivekananda Vidya Peeta students

Vivekananda Vidya Peeta is managed by SVS Education Society. VVP is a private, unaided organization, recognized by the Govt of Karnataka.

Published: 18th April 2018 04:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th April 2018 04:53 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU : Vivekananda Vidya Peeta (VVP), established in 1998 at Maruthinagar, Gubbi Taluk, Tumkur district, is managed by SVS Education Society. VVP is a private, unaided organization,, recognized by the Govt of Karnataka. The school is co-educational and has an attached pre- primary section. The school follows the state syllabus. Currently, there are 830 students from pre-nursery to eight standard, the teacher and student ratio being 1:20. The school is built on a 1.5 acre land surrounded by greenery. The school emphasis on morality, obedience and attitude.

VVP, as the name says, imbibes right understanding with happiness in the pursuit basics of knowledge. Traditional meets modern in terms of he rare quality teaching of traditional and cultural values to modern day needs, like effective language tools to the importance of socio-economic history and its relevance. VVP, where discipline, wit and conviction meet education, is a temple of learning and sportiveness which makes up the mind of kids to adopt with present-day world. The school vision is to create and nurture individuals in such a way that each individual can build their future by facing the challenges that world poses.

Arun Kumar G S, founder
Sangeetha MP, admin officer

The school believes that the world poses new problems to be solved every day, and calls for professionals who can offer superior services to the society. students are capable enough to add value to the community and the world. Physical fitness, mental resilience, emotional balance and intellectual refinement are their goals for the global citizens who graduate from this school. The school mission is to provide an extraordinary environment for learning, bonding and all-round development that helps create and mould world-class future leaders. 

The school aim is to create global citizens. Their partnership with parents and the community is the mainstay of their mission. The school maintains academic rigor to improve the intellectual engagement of students and motivate them to deeply understand and appreciate subjects. Students are taught to make discipline a lifelong practice that would propel them to greater heights. The school conducts sports and annual day every alternative year. . The school encourages students to perform in traditional dance like Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Folk dance, Kathak, Bhangra to name a few. The school has well stocked library with a collection of more than 2,000 books. 

One of the unique features of the school is ensuring hygienic, nutritious food. Every Thursday, students are made to bring homemade food with one dish made from ragi as mandatory. The campus has 24/7 CCTV surveillance and the class rooms have facility to make audio conversations from the administrative office. Projectors are installed to visualize the subject in a unique way. The school recruits only lady teachers. For the academic year 2017-18, as per norms, the school has alloted 25% of the seats to RTE applicants, says Arun Kumar G S, founder secretary.

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