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Panchkula Kendra


Sardar Kulwant Singhji, Founder Chairman, Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula left for his heavenly abode on July 1, 2022.
Born on December 21, 1933, Kulwant Singhji hailed from Delhi, and was an alumnus of the prestigious Hindu College, Delhi. He was inducted into the Indian Administrative Services in the year 1958 and rose to the rank of Chief Secretary in the Haryana government. After his retirement, he dedicated his life to the promotion of education.
It was due to his relentless efforts that Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula was established in the year 1994.
A great visionary, he believed that a good system of education should aim at the holistic development of personality to ensure peace and happiness. It should also ensure that the mind of an individual is so cultured as to enable him or her to comprehend and accomplish his/her full potential—of mind, body and spirit—in both personal and social spheres.
He will always be remembered as a man of principles with exceptional leadership qualities, dynamism and unwavering commitment to excellence.
His unflappable approach, wisdom, indefatigable spirit and courage of conviction to take correct decisions enabled the school to scale great heights. It is considered one of the top CBSE schools in the country.
May God give strength to his family to bear the irreparable loss and may his soul rest in eternal peace.

Hyderabad Kendra

Health Awareness Programme

Hyderabad Kendra arranged a lecture on health awareness by doctors from Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital And Research Institute, Hyderabad, on June 18, 2022 in Bhavan’s Rajaji Sabhagruha. Principals and staff members of all the four Bhavan’s Schools in Hyderabad and all staff members of Hyderabad Kendra attended the programme. 
Shri. S. Gopalakrishnan, Vice Chairman, inaugurated the session by lighting the lamp. Dr. K. Kalpana Ragunath, Associate Director of Academics, Add Life and Cancer Screening Programmes, spoke on the occasion about various types of cancers, symptoms and how to prevent the disease.
Dr. C. Sumati, HOD, Naturopathy & Yoga Add Life also spoke on the management of day-to-day ailments and developing a healthy lifestyle through yoga and naturopathy.

Hyderabad Kendra

International Day of Yoga

Hyderabad Kendra celebrated the 8th International Day of Yoga for the well-being of Kendra Staff on June 21, 2022 in Kendra premises. A lecture-cum-demonstration session was conducted by Shri. S. Virupaksheswara Rao, a yoga therapist and founder of Mana Yoga in Hyderabad.

Chandigarh Kendra

India’s Best School Award

Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh has been conferred the India’s Best School title for the year 2021–22, in the rankings by Careers 360. This meritorious recognition has been conferred on the school for a second consecutive year. 
The school has been awarded the highest AAAAA ranking based on parameters including students’ academic performance, faculty quality, infrastructure and other facilities. Careers 360 is a data and technology driven company that is driven by a 280+ member young team, specialising in career counseling, exam preparation and college recommendations. The Careers 360 website covers over 25,000 colleges, and is used by over 225 million students every year.

Vishakhapatnam Kendra

Summer Camp

Bhavan’s Public School, Visakhapatnam, in collaboration with LEAD, took the initiative to provide a free virtual summer camp to all the students of the school.
The camp was organised online via the LEAD student app for a span of six weeks, i.e., from May 3, 2022 to June 13, 2022.
This programme was designed for three days in a week with sessions entitled Tinkering Tuesday, Funday Friday and Story Sunday.
Tinkering Tuesday enhanced the practical ability of students in the field of science using the technique ‘learning by doing’, where students performed various fun-filled science activities.
On Funday Friday, students developed their creativity in Art and Craft, trying out some fun and interesting activities.
Story Sunday fired the imagination and taught the children through moral stories. It also refined the speaking and listening skills of the students, making them more confident in their communication.
Around 250 students took part in this camp. The students uploaded the pictures and videos of their activities regularly in the LEAD app. Each student received a Certificate of Participation at the end of the programme. There were lucky winners declared on a daily basis from amongst the nationwide participants under the Lead curriculum. This Summer Camp has been a good source of entertainment as well as learning.

Amritsar Kendra


Bhavan’s Kala Kendra conducted the 71st Kala Kendra event “Nrityanjali” on June 19, 2022 at Bhavans SL Public School, Amritsar under the direction of Shri Avinash Mohindru and Director Principal Dr. Anita Bhalla, in which various artistes of Punjab performed Kathak. All the performers were awarded certificates for their performances.

Amritsar Kendra

Excellent Performance

Bhavan’s student Hardik Sharma, Class 12 (Non-Medical), has qualified KVPY-SX (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna) with 586 All India Rank and brought laurels to the institute and district by bagging first position in Amritsar. KVPY is a programme of the Government of India where students who qualify are eligible for a fellowship as well as admission into premier institutes like IISc, IISER etc.

Jaipur Kendra

Summer Camp 2022

Suruchi Kendra began its activities once again in the offline mode after two years. Nearly 110 students participated.
Three workshops were organised—Drawing and Painting, Theatre, Acting and Filmmaking.
The Drawing and Painting workshop was conducted by Shri Ankesh Sharma, a freelance artist. He taught the senior students sketching, shading and colouring. Smt. Reena Tomar, another accomplished artist, mentored the junior group and taught the students the basics of drawing and colouring. She also conducted another workshop on collage.
The theatre workshop was a huge success and nearly 60 students participated. There were two batches who were trained by a very senior theatre artiste Dr. Kapil Sharma, associate professor, University of Rajasthan and Ms. Priyadarshini Mishra another expert in the field of children’s theatre. This workshop was conducted in collaboration with Curio, a performing arts society headed by Shri Gagan Mishra. The finale was held on June 12, 2022 in the presence of renowned film and theatre artiste Ms. Himani Shivpuri. Two very good plays were produced in the 20-day workshop.
The acting and filmmaking workshop was conducted in collaboration with an acting studio at Jaipur called Act to Action with 12 participants who learnt the techniques of facing the camera and acting in front of the camera. A short film was produced using all the participants and a story was woven on school life and was shot in the school premises.
The students were also taken to a film studio to get an experience of film editing, soundtracks etc.  Overall it was a new activity and very fulfilling one.

Jaipur Kendra

Mini Hall

During the lockdown, when all activities of the cultural centre came to a standstill, the Kendra embarked on a project of creating a small auditorium (Mini Hall). This Mini Hall is air conditioned, well furnished and has the capacity of nearly 100 people.
It is an ideal location for organising small cultural performances, book releases, seminars, Kavi Sammelan etc.

Nilgiris Kendra

Summer Music Festival

The Kendra was able to revive its annual summer festival of music after a gap of two years. Ms. Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath presented a classical Carnatic music concert on June 11, 2022. This was followed by a violin concert on June 12 by Sri R. K. Shriramkumar, accompanied by Sri K. Arun Prakash on the mridangam, two of the foremost artistes in Carnatic music today. Both concerts were very well-attended and greatly appreciated.




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