"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character that is the goal of true education” Martin Luther King"
Welcome to the school year 2020-21 of Nagarjuna Vidyaniketan. NVN has grown tremendously over the years and I am eager to make sure we continue to move forward this year. We will continue to provide a positive safe learning environment that motivates our students to push themselves to their greatest potential. I plan to work with parents, teachers and community members to ensure that we intellectually challenge our students to become critical thinkers to inspire them to overcome their fears, and teach them to support one another so that they can become leaders of their generation. It will be a great year!!!
We wish to induce in them the energy to act for a better world, and inspire them to work with enthusiasm to realize that dream. In order to achieve this, we constantly strive to create a culture which is a partnership of support and care, while incorporating a love for learning and laughter.
To bring a desirable social change by providing the children with uncompromised quality education. Enable them to think positively and develop self confidence to fulfill societal, national and global needs and aspirations.
Our curriculum is designed to enhance creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving skills, based on the three verticals namely character, competence and content.
Support and guidance helps teachers and learners perform to their maximum ability. We offer world-class teacher and learner resources.
Provide learners with a global passport to success. We offer reliable, rigorous and flexible assessment, leading to internationally recognized qualifications.
We offer an engaged and caring learning community.
We have a well trained and experienced faculty. Our teachers are facilitators who are willing to stretch and learn along with the young ones in their care. At the same time they inspire each child to raise his or her own expectations. They teach children how to think for themselves rather than load the memory with thoughts of others.
Mr Narendra Babu