The Gyan Jyoti Awasiya Vidyalaya is located at Mauza Bampali, Ara. The school was established in year 2005. It is a Co-educational residential cbse school and offers education in English medium, running under the aegis of Health And Educational Society, Ara. Read More…
We encourage them continually to strive for excellence in every field and to be unselfish in the service of their fellowmen. Our aim is also to develop among the students a feeling of pride in Indian culture, moral values and produce citizens who are truly Indian and rise above social, communal, religious and provincial prejudices.
We develop in our students an attitude of positive response to the persistent demand of changing society and yet firmly uphold in them their basic values and standards to become men and women of values for others.
Our aim is also to enable them to ascertain the meaning of life; to instill strong personal convictions and right values in order to give a proper direction to their actions and also to delve into them a quest for truth, a sense of social justice, genuine concern and obedience to lawful authority.
We also inculcate among our students the spirit of “LOVE, THY EARTH AS THYSELF” which is the motto of GJAV.
We believe that change is a consistent factor in life. Therefore education should encourage in the students the development of personal values and thinking process which may facilitate their intelligent identity to the changing society.
Education should foster independent thinking expectation and experimentation as a life long process . Our best endeavour to develop the following in each student,
- A mastery of the skills of communication and learning.
- The ability to think clearly, logically and independently.
- Understanding and appreciation of cultural, scientific, economic and political ideas with practices.
- Good health and physical fitness enabling the student to live an energetic, wholesome and productive life.
- Appreciate ethical and cultural values.
The education at GJAV is liberal and universal, but at the same time it is Indian and firmly rooted in Indian culture and tradition.
The curriculum, therefore, embraces English (Literature and Composition) the vernacular and classical languages (Hindi, Sanskrit) History, Geography, Social studies, computer science, Economics Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
An additional subject of prime importance is Moral Science or Value Education. All these are taught through a unique approach (Computerised Audio Visual Classroom Sessions).