Current News

Tuesday, 21 February 2017
  • The workshop for 1st batch is going to be  conduct on 26-27 feb 2016
  • And for the 2nd batch it will be held on 03-04 March 2016
  • The AISSCE practical examination for class XII for science and commerce stream is going on in 1st week of february 2016.
  • The 2nd pre board for class XII Science and XII Commerce has been started from 04.01.2016.The FA-3 for class VI to X has been started from 05.01.2016 in the vidyalaya.
  • The study camp for class XII Science has been organized in the vidyalya from 24.12.2015 to 02.01.2016.Total 84 Students were stayed in the vidylaya and took part in study camp.
  • The Ist Pre board of class XII is started by 03.12.2015 in the vidyalaya
  • The Vidyalaya was awarded silver award
  • by IGBC Green School in current session
  • Participation of students in 46th National Games and sports Meet.(cricket and volley ball

  • Participation in regional level Children's Science Congress at KV Makarpura on 08-10-2015.
  • A book exhibition for the parents will be held on 09-10-2015.
  • The PTM for all classes to be conducted on 09-10-2015.
  • Prize Distribution to the winners of Rajbhasha / Hindi Pakhwada  Celebration  on 09-10-2015.
  • Cluster Level  Workshop of PGT Commerce on 10-10-2015.

  • Visit of the students of class XI (Science) and XII (Science) to IIT Gandhinagar 12-10-2015.
  • Educational Trip of the Primary Section students  to DANDIKUTTI , AKSHARDHAM  and other historical places of Gandhinagar(under CMP).
  • Mock drill for safety and security by NDRF Gandhinagar.




Address and Interaction of Hon’ble Prime Minister of India with children of the Nation on 4thSept, 2015 was broadcasted live on Doordarshan  and was attended by all the teachers.


Implementation in KVS

        provides a secure space on the Web to students, teachers and schools. They make use of the facility by registering with the project which is a very simple process.

Students create their own website where they post articles of their interest, poems, stories, interesting pictures, audio clips, video clips etc.. They visit each other’s websites and exchange useful information. After visiting a fellow student’s website, a student leaves his remarks on the contents of the website if he feels to do so. His remarks appear in the form of attractive yellow sticky at the bottom of the webpage which anyone visiting the website can see. This leads to tremendous excitement among students and they are motivated to write small pieces on their subject of interest which they want to share with others. They also use the website to undertake projects on collecting material form the web on some interesting topic from their curriculum. They also use it to know more about their culture e.g. festivals, dance forms, musical instruments etc.

The content on the student’s websites is regulated by the teacher administrator of the school so that nothing offensive or undesirable appears on the websites. Teachers also create their websites and provide useful and interesting material to the students. A mathematics teacher from KV IISC, Bangalore used this facility to communicate with students during vacation. He posted assignments for students on his website and the students were asked post their answers back. The students posted their answers and their doubts on their websites. The answers were evaluated and the doubts were cleared by the teacher. Another teacher from KV Malleswaram, Bangalore, used this facility to present some very useful material on Environmental Science for the benefit of the students. There are so many success stories concerning this project. Now all concerned, the Principals, teachers and students are actively participating in the project and are getting manifold benefits:

  1. Gaining skills to use the latest technology tools for access and exchange of information.
  2. Sharing of teaching resources by teachers among themselves.
  3. Sharing of interesting information about current topics by students among themselves.
  4. Sharing of useful and interesting information by the teachers with the students.

Recent Guidelines for KVs

The following guidelines are being followed in KVs in order to make the full use of

  1. The Principal will be directly responsible for running the project to its full potential and monitoring it on a regular basis.
  2. All students of class III onwards will register in
  3. All teachers will register in
  4. Every student must contribute at least 02 pages.
  5. Every teacher must contribute at least 03 pages.
  6. Every KV will have minimum two Teacher Administrators.
  7. The Class Teachers will coordinate between the students of their respective classes and Teacher Administrators for registration and contribution of students in the project.
  8. The Class Teachers will be in-charges of their respective classes for participation in the project.
  9. The Principal will register himself / herself as a teacher in the project and visit the pages of the students and teachers of his / her KV in order to encourage them and provide them with suitable guidance online.
  10. The Assistant Commissioner will also register himself / herself as a teacher from a nearby KV and visit the pages of the students and teachers of his / her Region in order to encourage them and provide them with suitable guidance online.