The AVM Difference
The Aadhashila Vidya Mandir is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The curriculum followed at the school is on the guidelines of NCERT and NCF.
NCERT - National Council of Education Research and Training and NCF - National Framework for Curriculum are means of evolving a national system of education capable of responding to India’s diversity of geographical and cultural milieus while ensuring a common core of values along with academic component.
Innovative Learning Environments
AVM continuously innovates to create learning environments that break traditional boundaries. The philosophy of continuous innovation influences the design of AVM school and guides ongoing improvement in our existing school:
New generation environment friendly campuses
Technologically advanced teaching methods
Teaching and learning without boundaries
AVM Unique Curriculum
The AVM unique curriculum is a blend of the best in National and International curriculums and is aligned to the current understanding of learning and teaching. It facilitates seamless progress from the formative yers through schooling to tertiary education, while ensuring a smooth transition from one curriculum to the other. The curriculum encourages students to be active learners who explore, understand and participate in the world around them. By being exposed to wide variety of disciplines, both cognitive and non-cognitive, students are prepared for a well balanced life outside the school.
Value Based Education
AVM provide a solid academic foundation and a rich co-scholastic program that is guided by four core values.
World Citizenship: Empowering students with a global and local perspective.
Leadership Qualities: Developing each student’s individuality and discovering their potential.
Universal values: Accepting that we are all different, recognizing that we are all same.
Forward Thinking: Developing skills for future.
We are blessed with a team of dedicated teaching and non teaching staff who are the pillars of academic performance. To strengthen them they are provided with various opportunities to attend seminars and workshops.
AVM has started a new concept where each student is being allotted under a mentor. Each mentor has around 10 to 15 students allotted at the beginning of the year. The responsibility of these mentors is to take care of their mantes and develop a sound relationship with them and their parents too. The mentors also visited the student homes during vacations and tried to find out the problems and got the feedback from the parents.