DAV (Dayanand Anglo-Vedic) Public School, Amritsar was established in 1982. The school began its operations in the B.B.K. canteen with 200 students and 12 teachers. Today the school enrolls more than 7,000 students and 438 teaching and non-teaching staff.
The objective of the school is to provide “quality education” to students. It offers education from nursery to class XII. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The Dayanand Anglo-Vedic (DAV) society is the single largest non-government education society in India. It is based on the ideals of religious and social reformer, Swami Dayanand Saraswati. The DAV group holds the record of producing the largest number of CBSE toppers in the past ten years. Currently the society manages 667 institutions including 461 DAV schools.
DAV, Amritsar is well equipped with modern infrastructure facilities including spacious well-ventilated classrooms. It provides five state-of-the-art computer labs, well-equipped science labs, multimedia halls with LCD projectors, well stocked computerized three-storeyed library with 46,656 books, 44 journals, 12 newspapers etc., seminar hall, fine arts labs, music rooms, table tennis room, science park, billiards room, yoga, judo and boxing rooms, gymnasium etc.
DAV, Amritsar a co-educational day school affiliated with CBSE. Englishis the medium of instruction and students have to study Hindi, Punjabi andSanskrit as compulsory regional languages. To ensure holistic development, students are encouraged to take part in various co-curricular activities such as music, dance, arts, sports and yoga.
Admissions are open in April every year. For admission fees, fee structure, eligibility criteria, admission procedure, process, forms etc., contact the school during office hours.
The DAV group holds the record of producing the largest number of CBSE toppers in the past ten years. Currently the society manages 667 institutions including 461 DAV schools.