Probably the only school in Kolkata that runs on a ‘no profit – no loss’ basis with the best facilities provided at a very low cost.
The foundation stone of our school was laid by the Honourable ex-chief Minister of West Bengal, Shri Jyoti Basu and the school started functioning from 1992 with strength of 538 students from classes UKG to V. Gradually the school was extended upto class VIII followed by IX the next year, with a strength of 1146 students and from 1995 two independent shifts were introduced and the school became affiliated to CBSE.
The first batch appeared for Class X Board Exams in 1996 and passed the AISSCE, Class XII Board Exams in 1998 with flying colours.
In 2014, we welcomed the first batch of LKG students.
The CCE system of education was introduced in 2009 and successfully implemented
Extensive infrastructural developments were incorporated and digital classrooms provided innovative ways to enhance the teaching – learning process.
Name of the Institution: HARYANA VIDYA MANDIR
Date of Establishment: 15 July, 1992
Complete postal address: BA-193, SECTOR-1, SALT LAKE, KOLKATA-700064
Phone (with STD code): 91 33-2334-2404
: 91 7003056110
Fax (with STD code): NA
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website Address: www.hariyanavidyamandir.org
Nearest Railway Station: Bidhannagar Railway Station
Nearest Town: NA
Type of Institution (Boys/Girls/ Co-Education): Co-Education
Status of Institution (Minority/ Non-Minority): Non-Minority
Principal: Mrs. Sanghamitra Banerjee
Email ID: email@example.com
Director/Manager: Mr. Govind Ram Aggarwal
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOC from state: YES
NOC NO: 814-E/4(S)/60-13/93
NOC issuing date: 3.11.94
Status of affiliation :
i) Affiliation No. : 2430046
ii) Affiliation with the Board since :1996
iii) Extension of affiliation upto : 2025
Certificate for Book List
Books prescribed as per CBSE norms and syllabus of National Curriculum Framework appropriate for proper teaching – learning outcome of each class.
Recommendation of NCPCR on implementation of Section _29 of RTE, Act, 2009.
As per section 29 (1) of RCFCE Act 2009, the NCPCR u/s 13(1) (a) has recommended the following points for extending children’s right to equal quality education:
(a). To follow/prescribe curriculum (Syllabus, textbooks) and evaluation procedure in elementary classes prescribed by the academic authority.
(b). No Child shall be discriminated and/or harassed and/or neglected by the school for carrying books published/prescribed by the academic authority (NCERT/SCERT).