Aravinda Vidyalayam in Kannur – A School with a mission

published on June 1, 2011

Dear all,
Pls find photo updates of Aravinda Vidyalayam School re-opening day (Pravesanothsavam 2011)
Click on below links 

Pravesanothsavam Images
Second Block Construction Update Images 

School opening day was very charming and enjoyable. A warm welcome has given to all children with ‘Arathi’ and ‘Sweets’ in the main entrance of the school. Celebration has started with ‘Agnihothram’ and ‘Prarthana Sabha’. Teachers, samithi members and many parents were attended on this occasion.
Briefly, it was so impressive and completely ritualistic and time-honoured.
Also, we are very happy to inform all of you that we got 105 new admissions this year.  We expect some admissions in the coming day, if so we will have total 250 students representing LKG to 8th Std.
We take this opportunity to thanks each one of you for your valuable contribution to this school. Now we are shouldering big responsibility of completing the balance construction works, standardization of education, mission to promote our great culture etc. We hope we continue to get all your support in the coming future also.
We have already collected Rs 40 lakhs from our well wishers and we still need around 40 lakhs to complete entire building structure, so that we can go for CBSE Xstd affiliation before June 2012.
Your support/donation can be directly remitted to our below bank account.
Our Bank Account
Account Name: Aravinda Vidyalayam, Pilathara
Account No.: 4237 2200 0326 23
Bank & Branch: Syndicate Bank, Pariyaram Branch.
Vidyalaya Samithi,
Aravinda Vidyalayam, Pilathara, Kannur.
(A School with a mission)
Please visit our website :
For  admission enquiries please contact:
Principal – Tele -0497 2 802 346

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