Vasant Vihar, New Delhi 110057

Our Mentors  

Shri Punam Suri(President - DAVCMC)


DAV has been making a significant contribution to the society through spreading value-based education keeping the ancient Vedic based heritage in mind. In fact, it is the only organization which has set high standards in education while maintaining a balance between Vedic wisdom and modernity.

The organization runs and manages over 800 educational institutions of public schools, grants-in-aid schools, colleges, institutes of professional education and research institutions all over India and abroad. 


Presently, DAV has taken some crucial steps in its pursuit of excellence. Some of these are: Modernization of Infrastructure in schools and colleges, Introducing technology in teaching-learning process, Creating a network of people all over the globe through Alumni Foundation, Strengthening Vedic virtues, etc.


While DAV feels proud  of its achievements, its yet not contented. Its vision is to be crowned as the finest educational organization in the world. Its mission is man-making, dispelling knowledge and building Vedic values. Our success in this endeavor in the world has the potential of making our society free from prejudices and vices.


We, the members of DAV fraternity, believe that best way to bring a change is to initiate it. With this belief, we have continually engaged over more than 125 years in a relentless endeavor to grow and develop into a pioneer organization in the field of education.





Mr. J K Kapur (Vice Chairman)


He is a Philanthropist and renders selfless services to education and society. He had been actively associated with NERT,NOS and CBSE and worked on formulation and revision of the curriculam,writing of text books, teaching manuals,orientation programmes etc, and visited china,Russia,Korea and Singapore for the purpose.




Mrs. Anita Wadhera (School Manager)


Only a real long term vision can catapult you to glory and success. All leaders had vision. M.K. Gandhi worked for truth and justice. Nelson Mandela dreamt of a South Africa without apartheid. Martin Luther King fought for equal rights for black. It was a vision that transformed Siddhartha into Buddha. So must all of you develop a long term vision. What do you want the most in the next 20 years? Your goal should be collective, not individual. One that will touch a chord in people, inspire them to join in. Henceforth remove obstacles. Be open to suggestions. Rise above desire by cultivating a higher desire. Expand your mind. Develop qualities that will take you to your goal. Self-control is important. Think afresh, differently. Go back to basics. Question, enquire and reflect. Spend time with yourself. Having fixed a higher goal, work towards it with dedication, sincerity, pure heart and clear thinking. You too can change from an ordinary to the extraordinary. You only have to want it.











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School Address and Contact Information
Suraj Bhan D.A.V. Public School
F-10/15, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi - 110057 India
By Phone: +91 (011) 26149371, 26149082,
By Email: [email protected]

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