D.A.V. College Managing Committee

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D.A.V. College Managing Committee
Official Logo
Abbreviation DAVCMC
Formation 1 June 1886 (129 years ago) (1886-06-01)
Founder Mahatma Hansraj
Type Private
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Area served
India, Fiji, Nepal, Mauritius, Singapore
Official language
Hindi, English & Other Regional Languages
Punam Suri[1]
Key people
Mahatma Hansraj, Rai Bahadur Lal Chand, Bhagat Ishwar Das , Lala Dwarka Das, Rai Bahadur Durga Das
Affiliations CBSE,ICSE,Other Regional Boards & Arya Samaj
Website www.davcmc.net.in

The D.A.V. College Managing Committee, familiarly known as DAVCMC is a non-governmental educational organization in India. It is based on the ideals of the religious and social reformer, Swami Dayanand Saraswati. The Dayand Anvlo-Vedic education system also comprises colleges offering graduate and post-graduate degrees in various areas of study all over India.

Founded in 1886 in Lahore by the efforts of Mahatma Hansraj. These schools are run by the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College Trust and Management Society, also commonly known as the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic Education Society.[citation needed] It holds the record for producing the largest number of CBSE (class Xth and XIIth) toppers as a single institution in the last 10 years.[citation needed] Today, institutional records of the 'D.A.V. College Trust and Management Society' are part of the Archives at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, at Teen Murti House, Delhi.[2]

English is the primary language of instruction, with students also receiving compulsory education in Hindi and Sanskrit or a regional language. Presently, the DAV movement has grown to become the single largest non-governmental educational society in the country managing 750+ educational institutions, apart from D.A.V. Public Schools spread over the country and even in foreign land with an annual budget of more than INR ₹2 billion. It employs 50,000+ people and educates more than 20 lakh students every year.



There are over 75+ colleges across the country for graduate and post-graduate programs.[4]

Aided Schools[edit]

There are over 62 aided schools across the country which are being run by DAVCMC in co-operation with various state and union government.[5]


There are around 600+ schools across the nation for studies up to higher secondary level.[6]

D.A.V. Colleges Outside India[edit]