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Vision and Mission  


  • To continue expanding and exploring, locally and globally and be a knowledge leader and content provider.
  • To muster strategies to become a global epicentre of knowledge, culture, skills, technology, research and service.
  • To empower women through education.
  • The logo embraces Mantra “ASATO MA SADGAMAYA TAMSO MA JYOTIRGAMAYA” which has been taken from BHRADARNYAKA Upanishada which means “Lead us from Unreal to the Real, Lead us from Darkness to Light.”
  • The Lighted candle on the four Vedas signifies the spread knowledge that will enlighten our lives and show us the way to lead a life of humility and righteousness.


The DAV vision of education telescopes well with the National Policy of Education (1986) which lays great emphasis on developing a national system of education, with education For All, keeping in mind the elimination of disparities in the educational system and provision of more facilities through qualitative interventions, empowerment of women, access to education to disadvantaged sections of the society, educationally backward minorities and the disabled. It also calls for greater rigour and discipline in the academic pursuits, autonomy and accountability, experimentation and innovation and nature excellence and modernization of processes at different levels of education. In order to accomplish the mission, the objectives laid down are as under :

  • To provide a wide range of holistic education by homogenizing the western knowledge while remaining anchored to the Indian cultural moorings.
  • To act as a catalyst of change by spreading education, and by dismantling the cobwebs of ignorance and illiteracy.
  • To develop individuals who are morally upright, intellectually well-informed, socially concerned, emotionally balanced, physically well-developed and culturally accomplished.
  • To stimulate a scientific temper by crusading against superstitions and out-dated customs like child marriage, caste system, female foeticide, dowry, gender basis, regionalism etc.
  • To sensitize individuals towards social welfare.
  • To nurture creative and resourceful minds who think big, think fast and think ahead, who care for the nation and the weaker sections of the society, and are imbued with humanistic passions and values.