India is recognized for its rich cultural heritage, and every Indian must get connected to the values of Indian knowledge. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s motto is “आ नो भद्राः क्रतवो यन्तु विश्वतः।।” that means ‘Let noble thoughts come to us from every side’.
The main purpose of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is to provide a modern bridge tom span the past. the present and the furutre erected on the strong foundations of the fundamental values of life.
This is being practiced at every stage of educational training. So, our educational process includes several activities that promote value addition at every stage of life. At Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, a child of 3 years can join the Nursery class of Mehta Vidyalaya that is a CBSE recognized school up to 12th grade. For those who are stepping out of school, Bhavan has several professional job oriented courses in the field of Management, Education, Communication and many other trades, where students are professionally trained to become Industry ready, to get jobs easily, at the same time they are trained with value-based education to become good human beings. And when a person is ready to play the second inning of his/her life(means after retirement from job), Bhavan offers plenty of training programmes in Yoga, Astrology, Ayurveda, Vastu and many similar subjects. We have many students of age 60+ enrolled in these courses. By joining such courses, one truly gets connected with divinity to observe perfect spiritual growth. It is said that ‘Education of Human being should begin at birth and continue throughout his life” and Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan truly offers “Vidya” at every stage of life .
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan an eminent institute in the field of education and culture -recognized as an “Institute of National Eminence” by the Government of India and is the recipient of ‘Communal Harmony Award’, ‘National Integration Award’ and above all ‘International Gandhi Peace Prize.
Shri. Ashok Pradhan, I.A.S. (Retd.),
Director – Bharartiya Vidya Bhavan(Delhi Kendra)
Bharatiya vidya Bhavan, dedicated to the promotion of Education, Art and Culture, is a Charitable public trust founded by Dr. K. M. Munshi on 7th November 1938. Dr. Rajendra Prasad the first president of India laid the foundation stone of the Bhavan’s Delhi Kendra on 31st March 1952, inaugurated Delhi Kendra on 16thMay 1957. What began as a modest effort of a visionary has now become a global network comprising 114 centers in India and 7 centers overseas.