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DAV Public School
MTPS Kanti, Muzaffarpur, BIHAR
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Excellence is not a destination, it is a journey that never ends'.

With a paradigm shift in the field of education we, at DAV aim not only at academic excellence but also promote holistic development of the child. Guided by the unparalleled vision and mission of our Founder Mahatma Hansraj, Honorable President Sir Punam Suri and Academic Director Dr. Mrs. Nisha Peshin with the ideals of the religious and social reformer Swami Dayanand Saraswati, the school philosophy empowers the child to explore beyond the textbook and become lifelong learners, thus, embarking on a quest for excellence. 
The school aspires to create an educational environ which focuses on the development of potential, encourages originality in thought and action, cultivates reverence for heritage, sensitivity for environment and promotes internationalism. 
The core aspect of value education is deeply embedded in the comprehensive school curriculum. The plethora of events and activities help each child evolve as an academic achiever as well as an ethical and caring global citizen. 
Infused with an iron clad will to succeed, the passion to excel and the perseverance to accomplish, each student of DAV marches ahead setting historic benchmarks. Fuelled with higher aspirations and motivations, we carve out a luminous path each year and redefine success. I am confident that with renewed faith and vigour, we will scale loftier heights and set benchmarks that make us all feel proud. .In our searches for perfect learning, we often fail to see the beauty of stumbling blocks, faltering steps and ‘I can’t do it’ moments. Education has become increasingly concerned with grades but, in my view, it is as much about the moral grain of the being, the accountability and responsibility towards oneself and towards society, about being a liberal citizen of the world and moving with the times, as it is about academic achievement. I would like to see all my students as achievers; if they imbibe knowledge rather than acquire it, have consideration for society's have-nots, believe that working towards peace and harmony and caring for the environment are not duties delegated to faceless specialists but to them, I will feel that I have been successful in playing my part in educating them in the real sense of the term.