Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram, Kodai



Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram, Kodai is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education. Known as one of the prestigious schools in Kodaikanal, Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram was constructed in the Golf club road in 1983.

Ever since its inception, Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram strive to make a niche in the core education segment of Kodaikanal. Students can get admission in Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram in any of the classes from VI to XII.

Offering co-educational services the Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram was formed under the apt guidance of Swami Chidbhavananda who belonged to the Ramakrishna Paramhansha Order. Having separate accommodation facilities for the boy and girl students, Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram is a residential school in Kodaikanal. While the girl students are placed in Shabari Niketan the boys stay in the houses named Madhva, Dhruva, Khambar and Prahlad.

Having a total student strength of around 700, Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram of Kodaikanal encourages students to take part in various co-curricular activities apart from excelling in core courses of the school.

There are four activity houses in Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram which are known by the name of Sangams. The Sangams of Pandya, Chola, Chera and Pallava are the four houses in which students of Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram are divided.

From sports to creative competitions, all kind of events are organized in these Sangams and students enthusiastically participate in the same.

The financial requirement of Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram in Kodaikanal are efficiently meet by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan.

Today with an all-encompassing study structure and a wide-reaching repute, Bhavan's Gandhi Vidyashram, Kodai is looked upon as a sought-after educational center of the place.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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