A Senior Secondary, Co-Educational English Medium School (Affiliated to C.B.S.E., New Delhi. Affiliation No-1530029. Recognised by Govt. of Odisha).

Annual Report  





DAV has always been acclaimed as the regnant choice of the mass intellect for its academic transcendence. You will be happy to know that our students of Std X and XII in the AISSE and AISSCE- 2017-18 respectively passed in flying colours. Master Bighnesh Nanda scored 92.8% and topped in the school in AISSCE with a rare accreditation of perfect 100 on 100 in Mathematics and out of 40 students, 9 students scored more than 90% and Master Swapnil Chand topped in the AISSE scoring 95.8%.Further Master Swapnil Chand and Miss Sarita Gupta scored 100 on 100 in Sanskrit. Consistently with an aim of progressive approach in academics we have been conducting extra guidance &remedial classes, class tests, mock test etc. to cater to the scholastic needs of the students. Besides, to keep up with the competitive environment children are also given exposure to various competitive exams like SOF, KVPY, NTSE and various inter as well as intra school activities. To fine tune the informative and educative sources for the children we conducted two book fairs in collaboration with the Scholastic India and Sadashiv Publications Ltd during the National Book Week celebration so as to update and enrich their skill and knowledge to the fullest. In order to broaden the global vision of our students we create opportunities for them for their direct involvement in various awareness programmes such as Swachhata Pakhwada, Vigilance Awareness, Safety Awareness, Energy Conservation and so on. I must convey the worthy congregation that promulgation of swachhata awareness has been reflected in each class having installed biodegradable and non-biodegradable dustbins. In addition to this, keeping the emerging adolescent conflicts in view a seminar cum workshop for the students of IX, X, XI and XII was conducted through the generous support of Sri P.M.G.V Srinivasan, DGM (EDC).


As teaching has become the most challenging profession in these days, in order to cater to the need of the ever changing educational scenario, it becomes obligatory for us to fine tune the workforce to make all our strategies prosecuted feasibly. For this reason, we facilitate our teachers under various training programmes to make them update with the changing curriculum and classroom challenges. In the month of May during summer vacation all our teachers ranging from PPTs to PGTs attended activity cum workshop based training programme to build up their class room capacity and enrich their content knowledge. All these training programmes are conducted at the Regional Directorate, DAV Institutions, DAV Centre of Academic Excellence and CBSE Regional Office level under the expert guidance of resourceful personnel having intense theoretical as well as practical knowledge so that our teachers can transmit the same to our students. All PGTs undertook a productive training programme for five days i.e 16 May 2018 to 20 May 2018. Smilarly, all TGTs, PRTs and PPTs attended training programme in two phases. Besides, Mr Santosh Kumar Sahoo, Yoga Faculty and Mrs Subhashree Nanda, Counsellor attended the Awakening Citizenship Programme, a collaboration of NTPC and Ramakrishna Mission, at PMI, Noida. Mrs Subhashree Nanda also attended a workshop on Career Guidance at DAV, CSPUR, conducted by Centre of Excellence, CBSE.


All our plans and objectives can’t be materialised without the active involvement of our worthy parents. We are very much thankful to the entire parents’ community for their active response and constructive suggestions whenever we needed during the PTMs. To strengthen this approach we constituted the PTCC under the able guidance and supervision of Sri PMGV Srinivasan sir that comprises 14 parents’ representatives, 7 teachers’ representatives and the Principal. It may be PTM or PTCC, our objectives are crystal clear. Any activity we undertake it must pacify the need of the students not only academically but also physically, mentally and spiritually. So their safe keeping is our prime duty. That is why we have constituted a 14 members PTSC comprising 7parents’ representatives, 5 teachers’ representatives and 2 school cabinet members to look after the safety and security of the students in the school. Besides we have constituted Sexual Harassment Committee and Grievance Redressal Cell through which students can directly present their grievances. On 23 august 2018, we constituted the School Cabinet comprising 12 student representatives who can directly address to the needs of the students through different constituted committees heads. All the students from Std-III to Std- XII have been equally divided into four Houses viz. Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva. Each house is headed by a Captain assisted by a Vice-captain. To monitor the house activities we have School Leader, Assistant School Leader, Sports Secretary and Cultural Secretary. We have even made the provision of visitors’ I card to ensure the safety of our student. There is also a rule that parents must produce the Parents’ I card while picking up children during the school hours for any exigencies.


DAV strongly believes in imparting value based education. That’s why different observations and celebrations such as Independence Day, Republic Day, World Environment Day, International Yoga Day, Car Festival, Id, Christmas, Birth Anniversary of freedom fighters are taken up to imbibe cultural, social, moral and ethical, patriotic and secular values as well.


We strongly believe that each child is special and unique in some or the other way and this very belief has enabled us to breed and broadcast NCLB (No Child Left Behind) in our school and we are very happy with the apt response of our students for their active participation in various cultural as well as literary events. Further, NCLB doesn’t confine in ensuring the participation only in the events. It broadens the horizon of participation which may be direct or indirect. Thus, NCLB not only nurtures talents but cultivates life skills and values. The recent Annual Sports and Annual Exhibition are blatant examples through which we materialize our noble purpose of nourishing and showcasing each budding talent. Calisthenics education is an integral part of the school curriculum. Learning beyond the class room with practical involvement brings the platform for the children to prove the best of their potency. By providing a conducive and encouraging environment the students are mentored to participate in variety of intra and inter school competitions. So different literary and cultural events have been taken up to refine their latent talent to accelerate their competitive spirit. The school conducted the Annual Sports Day in two different segments (LKG to Std II & Std III to Std XII) with a massive participation of emerging sporting prodigies under the active managerial aptitude of our HPER teachers. We are very thankful to the sportive spirit of our beloved parents for their participation in the sports events meant for them. Their unconditional co-operation in every school activities helps to excel. We aspire the same in the times to come. Similarly, nine offshoots of academics such as Physical Science, Biological Science, Social Science, English, Languages, Information Technology, Mathematics, Art & Craft etc. were made open for the students to explore and excel their excellence in the Annual Exhibition (PLENORAMA). Even this time the scientific temper and capacity of the students of Kids Block (LKG to Std II) was nurtured to concretise their innovation. The students had also taken part in Culinary service to traverse the satisfaction in hospitality management. Eminent subject experts were invited as the judges to adjudge the best of the exhibits. And I assure you, the same dribble tonight on the stage you are going to witness.


We never leave any stone unturned when it comes to the need of the students. Every student is important to us. Even we keep a connection with the students who have passed out. So we conduct Annual Alumni Meet to regenerate the sacred bond of teachers and students. This session, we conducted the alumni meet on 27 December 2018 in which 53 nos. of pass out students (DAV & St. Mary) were invited to take part.


Here, I would like to apprise the worthy congregation regarding some budding talents of our school who have brought laurels to our stride.

  • Abhilipsha Sahoo of STD-7and B.Srilekha of STD-9 got selected in kho-kho for DAV National Sports Meet 2018 at DELHI.
  • Sudarshan Behera STD-11got selected in kho-kho for DAV National Sports Meet 2018 at Ranchi.
  • Bishnupriya Sethyof STD-9got bronze in 100 & 200mtrs at CBSE ATHLETIC MEET-2018.

She also bagged silver medal in 100 mtrs at DAV National sports zonal meet 2018.

She also got selected to represent ODISHA ZONE-01,in DAV NATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET at Delhi 2018.

  • Anuja Das Mahapatra represented ODISHA in School Games Federation of India (Badminton).
  • Priyanka Priyadarshini Sahoo of STD-7 got silver medal in Long Jump at 66th State Athletic Meet 2018 at Cuttack.
  • Anwesha Dwivedi of STD-7 got selected for state level yoga competition.
  • Paresh Sahoo of STD-8got bronze in Junior Taekwondo Championship at Asansol (West Bengal)
  • Anwesh Sahoo of STD-2gotbronze in Sub-junior Taekwondo Championship at Asansol (West Bengal).
  • Sanvi Sandipika Pradhan of Std-X bagged Zonal Rank-1 in International General Knowledge Olympiad.
  • Pradyot Senapati of Std-5 bagged Zonal Rank-1 in International English Olympiad .
  • In the Mathematics Talent Hunt Examination conducted under the Regional Directorate, DAV Institutions Odisha,Zone-1 Pradyot Senapati of Std 5 and Anshuman Sahu of Std 7 bagged 2nd prize in Sub junior and Junior group respectively. They were awarded with trophy, certificate and a cash prize worth Rs 3000/- respectively.
  • Sreyas samantray of Std- VI bagged the first prize in the State Level Vidyarthi  Vigyan Manthan held at Dr A.N. Khosla DAV, Rourkela and has been selected for the National Level.
  • I take the pride in announcing that Mr Shahid Jamil Rizvi, HOD (PHE)has qualified IAAF LEVEL-1 COACH i.e International Association of Athletic Federation. He has recently got the privilege to attend Paralympics as a coach of T-11 group, which was held at Doha, Dubai. United Arab Emirates, after training the athletes of National Camp. He was also the Chief Official at 66thState Athletic Meet- 2018, at Cuttack.


  • Installation of Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable dustbins.
  • Adventure sports.
  • Demarcation of Innovation Block.
  • Repairing of furniture (Scrap yard).
  • Renovation of the school playground.
  • Renovation of the Main stage.
  • Installation of water purifier.
  • Formation of toilets for specially able students.
  • Initiation of Scouts & Guides
  • Tobacco free Zone.


  • Building of masonry stage in the playground.
  • Acoustic proof Multi Purpose Hall.
  • Installation of Interactive board (Smart class)


There is no shadow of doubt to quote that “School is a man making factory”. When we say man, it stands for the whole mankind. The formation and reformation of the society is a reclusive and absolute contribution of the school alone.That is why probably the hymn says “ Gururatmabatam sasta sasta, raja duratmanam, atha prachhannapapanam sasta baibaswato yamah” meaning a Guru rules on the conscientious, king rules the rogues and Yama rules the sinners. And our commitment to the society is to convert all rogues and sinners into conscientious. Because society can be flourished only through conscientiousness. Thus, apart from knowledge available in the book, wisdom matters a lot for the personality development in an individual for which we are in a zest of social commitment which we exhibited fruitfully through the session of 2018-19. For bringing up love for Mother Nature we conducted awareness programmes on Swachhata, water conservation. To bring up consciousness for resources slogan writing and poster making competitions were held on the theme of energy and fuel conservation. To evolve cognizance for motherland essay competition was conducted during Vigilance Awareness Week. Sariram Adyam Khaludharma Sadhanam. Keeping the unhealthy eating practice of modern generation a seminar was conducted on the topic “Eat Healthy Stay Healthy”. During the Annual Exhibition a campaign on anti-obesity was held. A seminar on creating awareness on different health hazards due to tobacco was conducted. For bringing up disaster preparedness among students a Mock Evacuation Drill was presented in collaboration with the Fire Brigade Wings of CISF. Spiritual awareness is equally essential for internalising traditional ethos. For which, every Saturday Vedic Hawan takes place in presence of students teachers and parents. While sharing our social commitment, I must mention to the luminary listeners that we have also undertaken the mass cleaning act for keeping our heritage clean and worth visiting. There are many to be enlisted in the course of our action.

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