Vidyabharathi, the parent organisation is today the largest non-Governmental
educational organization in India. The aim of Vidyabharathi is to evolve an
alternate system of national education. The entire educational thinking is based
on the Hindu philosophy of life. Vidyabharathi has developed its own teaching
and learning methodology on the basis of Bharatheeya psychology. Special
training programmes for teachers of both long and short term duration are
conducted continuously in every state. 64 Pradesh samithis are affiliated to
Vidyabharathi. BharatheeyaVidyaNikethan (BVN) - www.bharatheeyavidyanikethan.com
- is the Kerala chapter of Vidyabharathi. It was registered in 1979 and schools
were launched in 1980.
The schools of Vidyabharathiare rapidly spreading all over Bharath - in cities,
villages, vanavasi and in slum areas. There are approximately 30,000 schools
from Pre-primary to Post Graduate level with more than 35 lakhs of students all
over India. This whole system tries to shape the destiny of our nation both
inside and outside the class room.
To develop the total personality of a child, Vidyabharathi has prescribed a
national syllabus considering the five aspects (Panchaga-sikshan) ie, Physique,
Yoga, Music, Sanskrit language, Moral and Spiritual education.
The real strength of the country lies in the integrated development of her rural
population. Hence, Vidyabharathi is concentrating all its efforts on spreading
its network of schools in villages, slums and the border areas. We have put all
our efforts to keep our rural population in the main stream of national life,
and Vidyabharathi's efforts have proved to be successful. It serves to develop
Saamajiksamarasatha (social harmony) in the young students and society.
Under VidyabharathiSamskriti Bodh Pariyojana, efforts are being made to impart
our cultural heritage to the students and teachers by conducting
SamskrithiJnanPareeksha, Acharyapareksha and essay writing and quiz competitions
For more details visit website: