Vivekananda Vidya Mandir

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Vivekananda Vidya Mandir
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Address
Sector-2, H.E.C Township, Dhurwa

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India
Coordinates23°18′53″N 85°18′07″E / 23.3147°N 85.3019°E / 23.3147; 85.3019Coordinates: 23°18′53″N 85°18′07″E / 23.3147°N 85.3019°E / 23.3147; 85.3019
Information
TypePrivate, co-educational
MottoTapah – prabhaavaada deva prassadaach – cha
Established1970 on Ratha Yatra day
StatusRunning
School districtRanchi (Capital city)
PresidentSri K.N. Mukherjee
PrincipalSmt kiran Dwivedi
Campus DirectorAbhay Kumar Mishra
GradesNursery to class XII
Houses6
Student Union/Associationstudents council
Color(s)Saffron
NicknameVVM
National ranking270th
Yearbookvivekjyoti
AffiliationCBSE Board, New Delhi
Website

Vivekananda Vidya Mandir is an English Medium co-educational school from KG to Class XII affiliated to the CBSE Board, New Delhi. It is oldest premier CBSE Senior secondary School at HEC Campus in Ranchi, Jharkhand. It is very peace making school in Ranchi.

Motto[edit]

The motto of the school is "Tapah – prabhaavaada deva prassadaach – cha" from Svetasvatara Upanishad, and it points out that the Self is realized by the power of one’s experience and grace of God.

History[edit]

In 1963, the birth centenary Year of Swami Vivekananda, a group of devotees of the Ramakrishna Mission in the Heavy Engineering Corporation complex at Dhurwa, Ranchi formed an association named Sri Ramakrishna Seva Sangha for Self-realization through worship and selfless service. They had the guidance of Srimat Swami Vedantanandaji Maharaj, the Founder-Secretary of the Ramakrishna Mission TB Sanatorium, Dungri, Ranchi.