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One country, one language, one flag!

The school celebrated India’s 70th Republic Day on 26th January, 2019 on the school ground. The patriotic fervour warmed up the cold winter morning as the teachers, parents and children of the school enthusiastically gathered to hoist the national flag. The Principal, Ms Archana Mishra, in her address to the gathering, expressed pride in the rich cultural past of the country. She urged every student to work with honesty and dedication for the nation. This was followed by a medley of patriotic songs sung by the mellifluous school choir. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the children of Class V danced to the tunes of patriotism, pre-primary students and teachers too sang patriotic songs and danced to the rhythm of it.

In his speech , Cultural President Parth Shah stressed on the role of the youth in a nation building and urged his peers to fulfil their duty by contributing to the noble task of ushering in a bright future for the citizens of our beloved nation.

Principal, Ms. Archana Mishra reminded the students of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters and decide that we would serve our motherland, India with heart, body and soul to bring it glory and laurels with our dignified deeds.

Definitely, a day such as this serves as a reminder to us that we need to do all we can to make an even better India. The day ended with the alumni members engaging in a series of friendly matches.

Hearts full of patriotism…

Once again, today, the School gathered to celebrate the nation's 69th Republic Day with students, staff, many alumni members and parents coming together to pay tribute to our venerated freedom fighters and the makers of our Constitution.

With the unfurling of the Tricolour by Principal Sonal Verma along with the Secretary General, Council President, Head Boy and Head Girl, the entire milieu resonated with the revered strains of the National Anthem followed by Patriotic Songs. In her speech, Head Girl Zainab Dalal too added to the prevailing spirit by emphasizing that the future of the nation is in the hands of the youth who need to contribute to India's progress in whatever measure they can. The program also included a rousing dance performance dedicated to the motherland followed by the choir rendering a stirring patriotic song.

Definitely, a day such as this serves as a reminder to us that we need to do all we can to make an even better India. The day ended with the alumni members engaging in a series of friendly matches

Career Week sessions for Grades XI and XII
Vidyani ex-student Sumeet Tembe (South Asia Region Marketing & Sales Head, Victoria University – Sydney and Murdoch University- Perth) oriented the Students about Indian Civil Services, exam pattern and its preparation. Shoaib Merchant (Director & Technical Lead, Actonate IT Solutions PVT. LTD.) also an ex-Vidyanian, deliberated on Information and Technology and the upcoming trends of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence.

Ex-Students' Relay@Sports Day 2017

Celebrating our Freedom ....

With patriotic fervor in the air, Navrachana Vidyani students, staff and alumni turned out in large numbers in the crisp morning air to ring in India's 70th Independence Day today. The event began with the unfurling of the Tricolour by the Chief Guest Mr. J P Singh, former international player cum coach and head coach of the national basketball team, accompanied by Principal Sonal Verma, the Secretary General, Council President, Cultural President and Head Boy, followed by the resonant notes of the National Anthem, National Song and Jhanda Geet suffusing the environment with patriotism

The Chief Guest, in his address, reiterated that each one of us has a responsibility to "make our muscles of iron and our minds of steel" in the service of the nation.

With the alumni planting saplings on the School grounds, the event concluded by renewing the pledge to make Mission 'Million Trees' a reality to realise the dream of a clean and green nation. Jai Hind.

Giving back …

Ex-Vidyanians, Sahil Parikh, Subham Kastiya, Parth Shah, Vaibhav Sinha and Harsh Patel, drop in to interact with their juniors of XI and XII along with catching up with all that has happened in the School since they graduated.

The group went around the classes talking about college life in general besides answering queries related to higher academics.

Not to be omitted is the fact that these students were exultant at the prospect of once again enjoying the noodles, fried rice and vegetable soup that featured in today's menu!!!

Close Encounters …

“Programming is of absolute importance to your life in the present day work place.” This was exVidyanian Heem Patel‟s (Batch of 2008) message in his interactive session with Classes IX, XI and XII (Sc. & Gen.) on December 22.
Heeem explained to his audience how Computer Programming assumes a significant role in all careers, from engineering to medicine to multi-media, and so was relevant to both Science and General stream students. He responded to queries posed by aspiring programmers in the audience and cited instances from his own job profile as a Software Engineer at 2KSPORTS in the US. The students were fascinated to hear that Heem has been working on NBA 2K videogames for the National Basketball Association of US and listened with rapt attention as he went into the nityy grityy of what went into the making of a videogame! And of course, all Vidyanians present were highly inspired by his credentials with Heem holding a Bachelor‟s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from NIT (Calicut), followed up by a Master‟s in Entertainment Technology Center from the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University (U.S.A.)

Thank you Heem for coming back to us and taking out time to share your story with your juniors. Way

Way to go, ‘ANVVA’!

The scheduled ANVVA Sports Meet 2015 got off to a spectacular start by celebrating the Independence Day with a round of Football and Basketball matches.

The 2012 Batch emerged the Football champions with the 2011 Batch winning the Runners-up trophy. While in the Ex v/s Present student Basketball match, the ex-students claimed the trophy with the Present students as Runners-up.
A wonderful show of fair team and sportsmanship spirit by „ANVVA‟.
Keep it up, boys!
ANVVA have a blast at NES Golden Jubilee Celebrations!!!

The inauguration ceremony of Navrachana Education Society‟s Golden Jubilee Celebrations got off to a spectacular start with the initiation of several new projects by Chief Minister Shrimati Anandiben Patel. ANVVA ( Association of Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya Alumni), to whom these year-long celebrations have been dedicated, turned out in large numbers- many very nostalgic about making a re-appearance after several years. Mr. Pulasta Dhar, who represented ANVVA, delivered a speech at the function, which was appreciated and enjoyed by the audience

The ex-students also enjoyed a special dinner and a visual presentation reminiscing their school days. The informal counter set-up by four of our ex-students, displaying their own creations(i.e. Tshirts and hoodies embossed with the school logo and name) sold off like hot cakes.
Keeping alive old bonds …

ANVVA –Association forNavrachanaVidyaniVidyalaya Alumni
Association forNavrachanaVidyaniVidyalaya Alumni(ANVVA)convened its Annual Alumni Meet with around 200 students on Januay4, 2014 wherein a date was set to stamp the Association with legal formality.

As a result, ANVVA was formally legalized on February 5, 2014 in the presence of the Governing Council and the Nomination Council, with Trustees Mr.Urvesh Desai andDr.Thakkar, Mrs.Rekha Mishra as President, Dr.SamipSheth as Student Vice-President and Mr.Milan Jain as Secretary,signing their initials on the legal document.

The Nominated Council with a tenure for two years, has six prominent members: Principal – Mrs.Rekha Mishra;Vice President – Mrs.SonalVerma;Co-ordinatingMember – Mrs.RintaChaudhuri;Treasurer –  Accounts Office ManagerMr.KiranChauhan;Student Members – KarnaDeshmukh as Treasurer and VivekPujara as Co-ordinatingMember.

Till date, over 400 ex-students from various parts ofIndiaand the worldhave registered with ANVVA.It is also proposed to have  Sub-committees with ex-students as Managers viz. The Social and Entertainment Committee managed by Mr.Sachin Bhatia, Sports Committee by Mr.Harsh Shah and the Academic Committee by Mr. JigneshKhatri.

The very first programme of the Association since its legal formalizationwas a series of friendlymatches between parents, alumni members and present students on March 29.ANVVA also proposes to holda workshop in Career Counseling for students of classes X, XI and XII at the beginning of the next academic year with other workshops in the direction of social welfare set to follow.

The ball has thus been set rolling and the future will witness many more events under the aegis of ANVVA – events that will strengthen the alumni’s bonds with their alma mater and also serve to fulfill their social responsibility.



March29, 2014.The first ever event of ANVA was organized with considerable zeal and enthusiasm. It was a sports fiesta consisting of Cricket, Volleyball and Basketball matches played out on theNavrachnaVidyaniVidyalayaplayground. Teams were divided on the basis of the 4 Houses that the alumni members had belonged to back in their schooldays.

The Event was formally initiatedwith a small but significant ceremonyand a brief introduction by Rinta ma’am. This was followed by the first toss by Rekha ma’am and distributions of House colour t-shirts to the players to further enhance theirHouse spirit. The programme commenced with a cricket match between Sankalp&Sahyogwith the crowd cheering for their respective Houses. The event rekindled the emotions of the alumni members towards their respective Houses and filled their hearts with nostalgia and a sense of belonging. PTA member parents were also part of the event and their participation had a significant impacton the final results. The matches werewitnessed by a number of present students too who rooted for their respective House teams.

The Results of the various matches was as follows:

Cricket Matches


Sannidhya v/s Sadbhavna

Won By : Sannidhya


Sahyog v/s Sankalp

Won By : Sahyog


Saniddhya v/s Sahyog

Winners: Sannidhya won by 4 runs

Volleyball Matches


Sadbhavna v/s Sannidhya

Won By : Sadbhavna


Sankalp v/s Sahyog

Won By : Sahyog


Sahyog v/s Sadbhavna

Winners: Sahyog won by 25 - 21

Basketball Match


Ex-Students v/s Present Students

Winners: Ex-Students

The emotional reunion of the ex-students, re-living school life, even if briefly,the thrill of the matches followed by a shared meal in the dining hall, made the event a complete success, setting the trend for organising more such ANVVA programmes in the future.

ANVVA Member