The social and moral values, which are ingrained within a broad and balanced curriculum, help to promote confidence, direction, and critical thinking skills, leading to the development of well-adjusted, adaptable and integrated personalities to cope with the competitive scenario of the present and the future to go. In other words, RVK offers an education which is true to the words of Swami Vivekananda.
Our prayer which is for 35 minutes which includes Mathruvandana, Brahmanada, Meditation and Shanti mantra which relaxes the mind and helps to improve the concentration, attention, devotional feeling and respect towards our tradition and culture.
All the academic programs and activities at RVK work towards one purpose – to help students develop lives of significance for themselves and for others, true to the traditions and culture of India
Man is bequeathed with physical, mental and spiritual power. Samskaras enable him to be acquainted of these powers. He bestows, these powers in order to develop a well integrated personality. The child starts getting education through samskaras. “Samskara” is a sublimating, ennobling process which removes ignorance. RVK – DVG has designed many simple and small practices that create good samskaras for the students.
All National days, are observed and celebration of the Birthdays of National Heroes and Freedom Fighters are duly done to inculcate patriotism in the students. Yogasana, Surya Namaskar and other physical exercises and games provide the students with the knowledge and skills to develop their physical fitness and the disciplines to practice it for the rest of their lives.
Academic Competitions, Recitation, Elocution, Singing, Drawing, Educational field trips, Citizenship training, Campus Projecting are the various activities that ensure Mental Development of the students.
New entrants are initiated into the school through “Prathama Pata”. A ceremony which leaves lasting impression in the child. The dignitaries of the occasion administer the prathama pata to the children with recitation of shloka, and bless them. This traditional ceremony will be organized every year on the last week of May, before the commencement of the academic.