Culture is the very way of life of a race and its thinking, which makes it unique and special. Under this head, the child is given a wide exposure to the various aspects of our rich culture, culture awareness and appreciation of the vast literary, artistic and scientific heritage of our country, explanations of our customs and traditions.
This vital area of focus includes education in citizenship, civic consciousness, fostering pride in being Indian and vital national concerns such as unity in diversity. Patriotism is inculcated in children with the aim of creating dedicated and committed citizens who take real pride in serving the nation.
Universal outlook refers to an appreciation, sensitivity and commitment to universal issues. A universal outlook helps the child to view himself/herself as a responsible citizen of the world, live in harmony with creation as well as become aware of being an intrinsic part of the macrocosm.
CVP augments the role of teachers, parents and the management in this ennobling Endeavour, This programme which enshrines PUJYA GURUDEV SWAMI CHINMAYANANDAJI’S vision, integrates the Chinmaya Vidyalayas across the country and helps the evolve further into schools with a tangible and lasting difference.
Integrated development is the overall unfoldment and gentle blossoming of the child at the physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual levels of his/her personality.
Physical development implies good health and proper growth of children leading to the optimum expression of their overall well-being.
Mental development aims at making the child an emotionally balanced person. It thereby helps the child to live in harmony with himself/herself and the world.
Man has infinite intellectual potential. Intellectual development aims to help the child manifest his/her inherent intellectual capacities and enhance existing ones.
Mind is potentially divine. Spiritual development enables the child to discover his/her inherent divinity and manifest it. It is achieved through value education, philosophy, meditation techniques etc.,
CO – CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
BHARAT SCOUTS AND GUIDES
The mission of scouting is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the scout promise and law to help build a better world where people are self – fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.
ROAD SAFETY PATROL
The primary function is to instruct, direct and control students in crossing the road ways at or near schools and to assist teachers and parents at all times and places. Students feel more responsible towards the cause of road safety. Hopefully, this experience will enable them to be responsible about road safety when they become adults.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The Indian Red Cross Society aims to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times, all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized, alleviated and then ever prevented, thus contribute in creating a more congenial climate for Pease.
Aims and Objectives
To offer children value-based and holistic education which paves the way for the Integrated Development of the physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the personality, enriched by knowledge of Indian Culture, a feeling of Patriotism and a Universal Outlook.
To mould children into young men and women of moral strength who can facc the challenges of modern life with a smile and make a difference in the world by their positive contribution.
To give a practical and judicious combination of academic excellence, extra - curricular pursuits, character building and personality development.