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Dayanand Anglo-Vedic Public School is a private school in Thane, Maharashtra, India. The school was founded in 1995 at Balkum, Thane, but was moved to Tulasidham in 2004. It is one of a number of schools run by the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College Trust and Management Society, and follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) pattern of education. The school caters for children from nursery through to Standard Ten. Standard eleven and twelve will be introduced soon.

The school hosted Khoj, an International Science Festival, for three consecutive years.

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Staff

  • Principal: Mrs. Rajesh Tanwar
  • Secondary Coordinator: Mrs. Kiran

Education

D.A.V. Public School follows the DAV Publication Books through to Std. VIII. Std. IX and X follow the NCERT publication books. A D.A.V. Board exam is held for Std. VIII while a CBSE Board is held for Std. X. Question papers for students studying in Standard. IX of all DAV Schools is common. The School secured a 100% pass rate for the tenth consecutive year in the STD X AISSE(All India Secondary School Examination) 2007-08.

More on http://davcce.com/examresults.asp (School Code:CU)

Infrastructure

The school has a built-up area of 57,000 sq ft and the project cost Rs 450 lakhs.[1] [2] It is a five-storey structure with a canteen, and a playground big enough to play all major sports. It has a physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics lab.

Sports and co-curricular activities

The school's sports teams enter tournaments like the Mahatma Hansraj and CBSE Sports Tournament. The school encourages co-curricular activities and holds at least one competition each month.

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