Vivekananda Vidya Mandir, Ranchi

Vivekananda Vidya Mandir, Ranchi is a secondary school in the capital city of Jharkhand. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE board.

Vivekananda Vidya Mandir, Ranchi is headed by the eminent principal, Sarbani Biswas. It is a co-educational school. The Vivekananda Vidya Mandir of Ranchi started functioning in 1970. The school was founded with the vision of the great Indian saint Swami Vivekananda. The motto of the school is a reflection of his ideals, 'Self is realized by the power of one's experience and grace of god'. The Vivekananda Vidya Mandir in Ranchi aims for the overall healthy development of its pupils. The education is structured in such a way that a strong moral foundation is ingrained in the students passing out from here.

The Vivekananda Vidya Mandir, Ranchi offers its students a wealth of facilities that is unmatched by any comparable school. A well stocked library is available for use by the students. There is an excellent science laboratory. An Art and Music room is present in the school premises. There is a computer center equipped with appropriate computer equipment. A laboratory dedicated to practical mathematics is also present in the school. A room is also fully devoted to the study of Geography.

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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