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Schools in Surat

Bhavan's GIPCL Academy, Tal. Mangrol

CBSE

English

Day School


  • Locality: Mangrol
  • Landmark: Mangrol
  • Full Address: At & Post Nani Naroli, Tal. Mangrol, Surat, Gujarat - 394110.
  • Phone No: 02629261529
  • Email: bvbgipcl@rediffmail.com
  • Website: www.bhavans.info

  • About
  • Details

Overview


The Shikshan Bharati, an Educational Unit of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan was formed in the year 1993 for the purpose of coordinating, supervising and maintaining basic uniformity in the Board Management of Bhavan's Schools. The aim of the Shikshan Bharati is to make students self-reliant and to enable them to face the challenges of life successfully. One of the most important objectives of Shikshan Bharati is to impart value education to our students and also make them aware and feel proud of the glorious cultural heritage, values and traditions of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.

Specifics

  • LKG to XII
  • CBSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Day School
  • Co-ed School
  • School provides transportation

  • Type Of School: Public
  • Grades: LKG/1-12
  • School Day: Monday- Saturday
  • Timing: 10am - 5pm
  • Gender: Co-Educational
  • Religion: All
  • Principal: Bindu Nair
  • Curriculum: CBSE
  • Language: English
  • Fees: Contact to school
Infrastructure

Infrastructure at our schools has been specially designed to suit the young, bouncy and eager schoolers, keeping in mind their inquisitive and explorative nature. The arrangements at our schools promote learning through, and with, fun and cheer.

Extra Curricular Activities

  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Physical Education
  • Language
  • Arts
  • Music
  • Dance & Painting

Additional Details

The seeds so sown were precognitive and were backed by K. M. Munshi's great inner strength, which prompted and sustained his external actions. His sense of India as the Motherland of the Spirit impressed him irreversibly. And so, as he moved professionally and politically, rung by rung, it was with a sense of pride in the cultural, intellectual and spiritual heritage of India. India was for him not just a nation but an ongoing civilization; not an accident of history but a design of destiny. For him the vitality of Indian culture and its self renewing greatness constituted a living principle. Like most others of his generation and class, Munshi took to the study of law and rose to the pinnacle of his profession even in the era of legal giants. It was but natural that law led to politics and politics to the service of the country's heritage. The call of Mahatma Gandhi for sacrifice led to Munshi bidding goodbye to his lucrative practice and prepared to risk his all in the fight against injustice in and to his country. Also his training and temperament inclined him to constitutionalism. The framing of the new nation's supreme statute called for the gift of idealism as well as realism. Munshi was possessed of both. He regarded India's independence in 1947 as an opportunity for an ascent once again. He believed that the people of India had it in them to climb up into a new millennium. Munshi showed that a man with pride in the past could also have faith in the future through the instruments of science and technology.

Specialty

Day School


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