DAV Sasaram

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DAV Public School, Sasaram
Location
Hansraj Nagar, Admapur, Sasaram, Bihar, India
821115,
Coordinates 24°56′7.43″N 84°53′57.96″E / 24.9353972°N 84.8994333°E / 24.9353972; 84.8994333Coordinates: 24°56′7.43″N 84°53′57.96″E / 24.9353972°N 84.8994333°E / 24.9353972; 84.8994333
Information
Founded 1997
Principal Mr. K. K. Sinha
Medium of language English
Houses Gandhi House, Nehru House, Bose House, Raman House
Affiliation CBSE (+2)[1]

DAV Public School, Sasaram, India is a co-educational English medium school, affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi, educating up to Class XII. The school is managed by the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College Trust and Management Society, New Delhi.

History[edit]

The school was founded in 1997 in a rented building and now has a campus at Hansraj Nagar, Admapur. The campus has a garden, a computer lab, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics labs; an audio-visual room, and a library. The school was started within a single but now, it has three huge building.

School identity[edit]

The DAV institutions, imbued with the ethics of Swami Dayanand and innovated by Mahatma Hansraj, are intended to mould the students into the Anglo-Vedic culture. Hawan is performed every Saturday. Dharma Shiksha books are prescribed to educate the students in moral values. Vedic initiation Camps are held every year.

The school has a house system with the aim of developing a competitive spirit in students. The students are divided into four houses:

  • Gandhi House
  • Nehru House
  • Raman House
  • Bose House

The school has different uniforms for summer and winter. DAV Sasaram has now adopted Digital classroom i.e. Smart class.

Sport and extracurricular activities[edit]

  • Sport: The school has acres of playing fields with facilities for football, cricket, badminton, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, volleyball and athletics. Physical training programmes impart physical fitness, team-spirit and sportsmanship.
  • Cultural classes: options include:
    • Dance: classical/non-classical
    • Music: vocal and instrumental
    • Elocution
    • Art and painting
    • Dramatics
  • Educational tours to historical places, museums, research institutions.
  • Exhibitions: artistic and science exhibitions are organised.
  • Charitable activities: DAV Sasaram makes contributions to victims of disasters.

Admission[edit]

Admission is determined on the basis of merit. 5% of places are reserved for talented ST/SC students of the weaker section of the society.

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