Chinmaya Education Movement
The Chinmaya Education Movement is one of the most significant contributions of Chinmaya Mission to the society. Nearing 50 years of establishment, growth, and expansion, the Chinmaya Mission's academic institutions in India, administered by the CCMT (Central Chinmaya Mission Trust) Education Cell have seen over one million students walk through their halls and graduate through their doors.
CCMTEC logo signifies that under the Cell's guidance and care, all Chinmaya Education Institutions are nourished by CVP(Chinmaya Vision Programme) and developed into SWAD (schools with a difference).
Civ Dedicated To Give The Best
Our Vision"To empower a community of learners who dare to dream, take risks and develop new realities."
Our Mission"To mould children into productive and responsible global citizens with strong character through holistic education enriched by the knowledge of Indian Culture , a feeling of Patriotism and Universal outlook."
Vidyalaya's Educational Philosophy
'Chinmaya Vision Programme (CVP) - Education with a Vision'
All the schools under the Chinmaya umbrella keep the lofty vision on education- Education with a Vision, alive through implementation of Chinmaya Vision Programme (CVP). Our mission statement is based on CVP , the vision inducing educational programme that offers the children value based and holistic education ,which paves way for Integrated Development of the physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the personality and is enriched by the knowledge of Indian culture and enhanced by Patriotism and Universal Outlook. It aims at giving children a true vision of life to help them face challenges in a positive and dynamic manner and heartily contribute to society and the world at large.
The child is the focal point of this programme. The programme also embraces the school, management, teachers and parents. Through them, the light of this vision spreads to the society, country and the world at large.
The Chinmaya Vision Programme is a comprehensive educational strategy that can be identified under four heads.
It aims at overall development and gentle blossoming of the child at the physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual levels of his/her personality.
The child is given a wide exposure to the various aspects of our rich culture- cultural awareness and appreciation of vast literacy, artistic and scientific heritage of our country, explanation of myths and traditions and cultural motivation ,etc.
Patriotism is inculcated in children with the aim of creating dedicated and committed citizens who take real pride in serving the nation.
Universal outlook refers to an appreciation, sensitivity and commitment to universal issues. The universal outlook helps the child view himself/herself as a responsible citizen of the world (including world issues), live in harmony with creation( and synthesis between science and religion) as well as become aware of being an intrinsic part of macrocosm.
Chinmaya Vidyalaya Motto
Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda blessed the Chinmaya Vidyalayas with the motto 'KEEP SMILING'. Chinmaya Vidyalaya prepares children with an inner equipoise to enable them to face life with a smile. The Chinmaya Family greets everyone with a 'HARI OM' coupled with a namaste and a smile, devoting humility, respect, love and joy in meeting others.
Our Aims and Objectives
- The Vidyalaya aims to offer children a value-based and holistic education, which paves the way for the Integrated Development of the physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the personality, enriched by the knowledge of Indian Culture , a feeling of Patriotism and a Universal Outlook.
- It aims to mould the children into young men and women of moral strength who can face the challenge of modern life with a smile and make a difference in the world by their positive contribution..
- It also aims to give a practical and judicious combination of academic excellence, extra -curricular pursuits, character building and personality development.
Chinmaya Vidyalaya Emblem
The ChinmayaVidyalaya has for its emblem, the lamp and the 'Hamsa' bird. In the light of Scriptures (represented by the lamp) the discriminative power of the human intellect is to be developed (represented by the Hamsa bird). Vedic tradition describes Hamsa as a bird that can drink milk alone from a mixture of milk and water. The human intellect with its discriminative power must be able to discriminate between Spirit and Matter and must come to enjoy the Spiritual Essence in the world of names and forms. Thus the emblem indicates that the function of the Mission is to help people in developing ethical values and cultivating in them a discriminative intellect.