- Niti Bagh Colony,Patel Nagar,P.O Agrico Jamshedpur, Jharkhand 831009, India
- (0657) 2346924, 2421744
Who We Are?
The DAV Public School Patel Nagar Agrico Jamshedpur is affiliated to the council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, and is presently running classes from Nursery. It is managed by the trust(Chandra Educational Foundation), registered under the Societies Registration Act.21, 1860. It is the endeavor of the management for the development young men and women, intellectually, Physically and morally sound, in order to take their rightful place in the society. Special emphasis is laid on the development of responsibility, co operation and generosity or precisely the development of CHARACTER. Intellectual development is balanced by student's participation in extra-curricular activities.
D. A. V. Public School is an English medium school. The aim of "the school is the same as that of the other institutions of learning. The school admits boys and girls from age group of 21/2 years and above. It has a Nursery section, well equipped with modern Montessori equipments. The school is staffed with highly qualified trained teachers. 10% seats will be reserved (i) for ST/SC children, (ii) for children belonging to B.P.L. (below poverty line) category.
The School is owned and run by a registered society which also constitutes the governing body of the school. The responsibility for the day to day running of the school is vested in the principal, appointed by the governing Body.
D. A. V. receives no Government or private aid and fees are the only income. Hence fees have to be adjusted from time to time to keep up with rising costs and salaries of the staff.
The school is affiliated to the council for Indian School I Certificate Examination, New Delhi, and prepares both boys and girls for the ICSE and ISC examinations conducted by the same council. The medium of instruction is English, the international language of today. However Hindi, the national language has a vital role in the school curriculum and is taught daily in all classes. The intellectual education in D.A.V. le ] liberal, and universal, but at the same time it is Indian and firmly rooted in Indian History and tradition, and according to the suggestions made by the Indian Education Commission.
The academic session of the school is from March to February Major holidays are in May (about five weeks) and December (about two weeks)
The Parents of D.A.V. students have entrusted the school with bringing to maturity the seed of manhood that has been so carefully sown at home. They should therefore, co-operate with the school by their total involvement which calls for a real m understanding of the school's philosophy. It means keeping the principal and the teachers concerned informed of any special problem, family circumstances or other pertinent facts that are necessary for a proper understanding and guidance of their wards. Total involvement means participating in the growth and development of D.A.V.
To attain total harmony between the home and school:
- The principal sends information about the activities, achievements, growth and development at D.A.V.
- Progress cards are given at the end of each term.
- Parent teacher meetings are organized.
- Parents are encouraged to meet the teachers by appointment made through the diary, to discuss the progress of their wards.
- Parents harassing a D.A.V. teacher (in or outside the school) for favours for their wards may be asked to withdraw their wards from school.
The example of Parents is again stressed. The school will be able to do very little for the students whose parents give bad examples (through dishonesty, insincerity or bad language) or each something contradictory to what is being taught in school.
To do our duties sincerely not only to enlighten the minds but also to enlighten the souls. We strive to work as a team (together each aims met). We can make the present system of the education effective by the continual refinement of the senses as the means to enliven experience.
Our mission is to foster each child’s well-being as a foundation for academic and life success by drawing on the strength of the child’s entire community including family, educators, medical & mental health provider.
We envision a world in which every child, regardless of background, become a healthy and productive adult.