D.A.V. Society

A Brief History
 The Dayanand Anglo Vedic College Trust & Management Society was set up 123 years ago in 1885 under the Societies Regulation Act, 1860 and it is now the premier non-governmental educational organisation covering a wide spectrum of educational activities in the country and abroad. The society is running more than 700 educational institutions which include 50 Graduate, Post-graduate and Professional Colleges, 500 public schools, 100 secondary schools besides Vocational, Engineering and Technical Institutions.

The DAV Group of Schools and Colleges have become a byword for value-based education in the entire country and abroad. These institutions represent efficiency, discipline, selfless service, patriotism and high standards of attainment in the academic and related fields, imparting respect and attachment for vedic thought and tradition. Students coming out of which these institution are proud of their alumni cont and their success in various fields which is a source of satisfaction and inspiration. Great men like shaheed Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh, Nobel laureate, Dr. Hargobind Khurana, Shri Sushil Kr. Shinde, former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Late Shri Sunil Dutt (Ex sports minister of India), Shri Balram Jakkhar (Former Union Agriculture Minister), Shri H.K.L. Bhagat, former Union Minister, legendary cricketer - Kapil  Dev and Mohinder Amarnath are amongst the galaxy of DAV stars. Millions of students have passed out of DAV institutions and many of them have made a mark for themselves in national and international fields. There is hardly a place of importance in the world where the alumni of DAV Schools and Colleges are not found. The term DAV has come to signify such qualities as clean and selfless service, nobel purpose in life, excellence in teaching and Co-curricular activities and cosmopolitan outlook.
Growth of Education in Bihar & Jharkhand
 The DAV Public schools under the DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi(which is the largest non- governmental educational organisation in India) are experimental and innovative schools, which meet the needs of the individual as well as the society. In the stark materialism of the of the so-called modernisation, most of the public schools in India have bidden farewell to character building, the undeniable significance of which was recognised even by the greatest scientist of the twentieth century, Albert Einstein:

"The most important human endeavour is the striving for morality in our actions. Our inner balance and even our very existence depand on it. Only morality in our actions can give beauty and dignity to life."