St. Vivekanand Millennium School believes inspiring students to become successful and responsible citizens. The curriculum is delivered through an innovative combination of classroom and activity-led learning. It is our mission to blend our strong cultural fundamentals of the Gurukul heritage and other traditional systems with advanced modern learning tools, thus providing a new direction in education. We not only believe in imparting mere education, but also indulge in spiritual learning.
Namaste is the integral part of our routine. The word Namaste is been originated from the Sanskrit work Namah means "I bow" and te means "to you" Namaste means "I bow to you" This tradition is been taken in our school to greet each other. At SVMS, our mornings start with chanting of Gayatri mantra, which is said to remove all obstacles in our path to increase wisdom and spiritual growth and development. After chanting of gayatri mantra, students come out of their classes for health run. Studies have shown the health benefits of runnings to be tremendously reducing the chance of common cold to cancer, which helps them to improve their fitness and stamina. It also increases bone density and considered to be best aerobic exercise for physical conditioning of the heart and lungs. Health run is followed by meditation with 'OM' gunjun.
Students are made to sit in meditation for concentrating the mind in a spiritual ideal, to be one with it and the thought process dissolving in the consciousness of it, which helps them to improve in three fields i.e. Pratyahara or withdrawl of the mind from the outer objects or attention to their memory, Dharana- patience and Dhyana i.e. concentration. Meditation helps to inculcate in students the power of concetration, which helps them to learn things faster and vividly.
At lunch break, the students chant Bhojan Mantra,"Om Brahmarpanam Brahavi-Brahmgano Brahmnahutam Brahov Ten Gantavayam Bramkaram Samadhina" which is recorded and run on School's System. According to Hindu way of life, food goes beyond just a means of body nourishment. It is also believed to influence our mental and spiritual development. This mantra gives the scientific explanation of the relation between food and energy.
At the end of the day, we have the silence period. After blow of "bigul", silence is observed to enable the students to reach out their inner self and thus they are able to detach from the material world and are able to find their true self.
Thus the school is marching ahead with its aim to make the students the ideal citizens of India like Swami Vivekanand - physically strong, mentally balanced and spiritually enlightened.
Every Tuesday there is Hawan in the School Campus where the students and teachers chant mantras to seek the blessings of God. This regular feature helps us to inculcate spiritual values among the students which are essential in today's modern world.Meditation
Everyday the students start their classroom learning with meditation. The silence period starts with blowing of Bigul. There is OM Naad through centralised PA System and everyone in the campus maintains silence & meditates. This regular feature provides mental strength to everyone present in the campus.Yoga
All the students participate in yoga. It is an integral part of our schedule. The yoga instructor guides them to do the yoga. Each and every child of the school knows different Aasnas and Surya Namaskar.Health-Run
It is a regular feature of our school. All the students are in the ground immediately after the assembly to go for health run. It energizes them to cope up with their busy schedule during the day.PARENT TEACHER MEETING
SVMS Pinjore encourages a healthy communication between the parents and teachers for the multifaceted grooming of the child. To conceptualize the ideal, regular Parent Teacher Meetings are organized for the better understanding between parents and the teachers to sort out the best solution for the academic as well as the emotional problems of the child. GENISIS- The outreach: Parent Teacher Association Nevertheless, no school can work well for children if parents and teachers do not act in partnership on behalf of the children's best interests. Parents have every right to understand what is happening to their children at school, and teachers have the responsibility to share that information without prejudicial judgment.... Such communication, which can only be in a child's interest, is not possible without mutual trust between parent and teacher. The overall purpose of PTA is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.Talent Hunt
To dig out the deeply buried potentials of students and polish them to perfection, The Talent Hunt-bamalita is organised in the school where students showcase their unique talents in monoacting, solo singing, dance etc.Manav Kalyan Shivir
Blood and Eye donation is the supreme donation and is the most sacred service that we can render to the society and imbibe the feelings of love, affection, good will and cooperation among the students.Blood and Eye Donation Camp is organised in the school every year for the parents of the students.Van Mahotsav
To create the comprehensive awareness among the students and general masses regarding the cardinal importance of trees in our life. Green Harmony-Van Mahotsav is celebrated in the school every year. The rallies are also taken out to spread Green Harmony. The Plantation drive is also undertaken and hundreds of saplings of herbal and ornamental varieties are planted in the vicinity such as school campus, Kalka and Pinjore.Vidyarambh Sanskar
Poornima of Shravan month has great significance in life. These are considered pious and believed to have everlasting effect on the mind and body. Keeping this in view our school organises Vidhyaarambh Sanskar Havan for the students for their career and bright future. The holy fire and mantras purify the subtle and astral bodies of the students.Vivekanand Smriti Samaroh
Swami Vivekanand, a great Indian, is a source of inspiration for young generation who preached universal brotherhood. His birth anniversary celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm by our school in January. Schools of the neighbouring area participate in the various competitions organized by our school.Inter School Written Quiz Competition
Ramakrishna Mission Ashram, Sector 15 Chandigarh organises a Shri Ramakrishna Written Quiz Competition. Our school conducts this quiz for schools of Kalka, Pinjore, Parwanoo and Panchkula in which many students take part. The winners are given prizes by Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama (RKMA).
Learning scientific concepts become more thrilling in state of the science lab, which offers a stimulating and research oriented atmosphere to our young scientists. The well equipped science lab is the place where young minds do not merely replicate text book procedures but devise and evaluate their own experiments. The school has spacious and well equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Mathematics and Computer Students are imported practical education under the watchful eyes of the instructors and teachers.Physics Lab
The Physics Lab is fully equipped with apparatus to carry out experiments and activities prescribed by CBSE and investigatory projects related to mechanism, light,magnetism,electricity, heat and optics. It is a well maintained lab with all necessary equipments required to perform experiments.Chemistry Lab
In the chemistry lab, all chemicals and equipments required for practical and projects are provided. The lab has running water with ample storage area for chemicals, equipment and balances. The students are allotted their own experiment shelves in batches and each such table contains every necessary reagent for experimental purpose. A full time, qualified lab attendant is also present to help the students during practicals.Biology Lab
In the biology lab, preserved specimens, charts and prepared slides depict how complex form of life was evolved from simpler one. It has all necessary equipments for experimental purpose.Students attend practical with enthusiasm because it is only through this subject that they understand the role of modern concepts-like genetic engineering in today’s life.Maths Lab
Aims at making the vital subject of mathematics simpler, easier and fun to learn. It enables the students to learn and explore mathematical concepts and verify mathematical facts and theorems, together with hands on activities using a wide variety of mathematical models. This is a dynamic construction and exploration tool the maths curriculum and emphasizes on making the subject more visually appealing and an enjoyable learning experience for students.Computer Lab
Computers are the most modern way of leading life now-a-days and to keep our students abreast with knowledge in the field of computers, the school has most modern computers. The computer lab is fully air conditioned and contains sufficient number of computers.Language Lab
The digital language lab, is equipped with computers containing a library of Audio, video and multimedia compilation. In this lab, students have screens, a keypad and a headset, which allow them to watch videos, read articles pushed out by the teacher, and record themselves speaking, listening, viewing and recording facilities are available for developing oral and aural language skills students use lab for required course work as well as independent language study. .Dance & Music Lab
Our school has separate labs for dance and music to enrich the students talent. So that they excel in their dreams.
Nursery to VIII (Computer Science as Introductory Subject from III to VIII
Classes IX to X (Computer Sciences as Introductory Subject)
Classes XI to XII (The School Offers Science (Medical and Non Medical), Commerce.
Schedule of Payments
|Month||Fee||To be Paid by|
|April||1 Month||14 April|
|May & June||2 Month||14 May|
|July & August||2 Month||14 July|
|September||1 Month||14 September|
|October & November||2 Mont||14 October|
|December & January||2 Month||14 December|
|February & March||2 Month||14 February|
|Check Shirt Half Sleeves||Fawn blouse half Sleeves|
|Light Brown Half Paint (upto V)||Light and Dark Brown check|
|Fawn Socks (with doubled brown stripes)||Tunic (upto V)|
|School Belt dark brown||Light and Dark Brown Check Skirt (VI onwards)|
|Black School Shoes (Action/Liberty/Bata)||Fawn Socks (With doubled brown stripes) School's Belt [Dark Brown]|
|Light Brown trousers (VI to XII)||Black School Shoes (Action/Liberty/Bata)|
|House Pips on both Shoulders||Ribbon / Hair band (Black)|
|Patka (for Sikhs-Same Colour as of HalfPant/Trousers)||House Pips on both Shoulders|
|Upto V||VI Onwards|
|Girls with tunic||Girls with Half Skirt|
|Patka (for Sikhs-Same Colur as of HalfPant/Trousers)||House Pips on both Shoulders|
House T-Shirt with White Trousers / Skirts along with White Socks and P.T.Shoes.
Vindhya House - Yellow
Nilgiri House - Blue
Shivalik House - Red
Himalaya House - Green.
|White Shirt full Sleeves||White Shirt full Sleeves|
|Steel Grey worsted trousers||Steel Grey worsted Tunic (upto V)|
|Steel Grey Skirt (VI onwards) Skirts|
|Light Blue Pullover with V shape Neck with School Logo||Light Blue Cardigan with V shape Neck with School Logo|
|Socks Grey Woolen||Grey Socks/Stockings [Wollen] Ribbon/Hair Band (Light Blue)|
|Navy Blue Jacket (upto V Compulsory)||Navy Blue Jacket (upto V Compulsory)|
|Navy Blue Blazer (VI onwards Compulsory) with School Logo||Navy Blue Jacket (VI onwards Compulsory) with School Logo|
|Black School Shoes (Action/Liberty/Bata)||Black School Shoes (Action/Liberty/Bata)|
|School's Tie and Belt School Cap||School's Tie and Belt School Cap|
Timing For Session 2015-16.
|Summer Timings||Winter Timings|
|Class VI to +2 0 - 7.30 A.M. to 1.45 P.M.||Class VI to +2 0 - 8.00 A.M. to 2.15 P.M.|
|Class III to V - 8.15 A.M. to 1.45 P.M||Class III to V - 8.45 A.M. to 2.15 P.M|
|Class NUR to II - 8.15 A.M. to 12.30 P.M||Class NUR to II - 8.45 A.M. to 1.00 P.M|
Meditation cum Introspection room has been set up for the spiritual development of the students. The School, believes that the students should not be punished physically by making them stand out of the class rather they are sent to the meditation room where they get a chance to realize their mistake and think on improving themselves.
A Mango tree depicting the virtues of Gandhiji on it’s branches has been named as Amanashrya in the School, premises.The objective of the whole project is to inculcate in the students Values like truthfulness, cleanliness, unity and make them aware about teachings of Gandhiji about peace and harmony. The students come & sit under the tree and recite and write ‘Ragupati Raghav Raja Ram’ in the notebook that makes them calm & relaxed. .
Centralised PA System
Centralised PA system allows the better and quick communication. Playing patriotic songs in the morning, mantra before lunch and light music during lunch instills the feelings of patriotism, love for music. Important announcements are also made from time to time through the system.
Eco-Tank and Rain Harvesting System
Eco-Tank in the school premises illustrates the life cycle to the students of the school. The students are taken there to see the living example of life cycle. Rain Harvesting system makes the student realise their responsibilities towards conservation of water as the water - table is decreasing rapidly. The students are taught to save the drinking water as each water drop is precious for the living beings.
To facilitate the students with clean, filtered and cool water in summer time provide water cooler.
Our School has CCTV Surveillance in the whole campus. it provides the monitoring in the school. It may be good way to make everybody ----Students, faculties and staff---feel secured when they are within the school premises.
Contract Campus Security
In our school has contract campus security. The Campus security and safety is an important feature of postsecondary education. Campus security and safety is an important feature of postsecondary education. The Department of Education is committed to assisting schools in providing students nationwide a safe environment in which to learn and to keep students, parents and employees well informed about campus security .
Some of the achievements of the students of the school are as follows:
State Level Painting Competition
Rupali Garg (VIII A)grabbed the Second place in group ‘B’ & was felicitated with the Certificate of Appreciation, medal and the cash prize of Rs 15000/ for her commendable art on ‘Save Energy—Save Earth’
Our students who scored 10 CGPA in class X & more than 70% in class XI were awarded scholarship by the school.
Atul Kumar Rs.2400 Akash Rs.6720 Mitanshu Rooprai– Rs.9600 Heena Rs.2400 Shivani Rs.9600 Aprajita Rs.9600
21st District Level Youth Festival
our students presented a Haryanavi Folk Dance and were felicitated with Certificates and a cash award of Rs. 2000.They will also represent our school at the State Level competitions.
8 student of our school participated in rangoli comptt & painting comptt on the occasion of baisakhi in rangoli , (Jr.Cat) following group of students bagged 1st & 2nd prize Sanjoli rupali, nalin,aashana-I (Rs 500) Harsh, dolly,balpreet,priya-II(Rs 400) In painting comptt, Harsh won III prize in Jr.Cat (Rs 300)
Heritage Festival 2014
In 9th heritage festival 2014 students participated Competition held on Heritage Festival at Yadvindra Garden ,Pinjore on 6,7 Dec 2014 in Haryanavi Folk Dance got second position (Rs.3200) and Hrash (VIII) got First Prize in Slogan writing .
Young Citizen Ambassador
Ms. Simran of class-IX was appointed as ‘Young Citizens Ambassador’ for a period of one year to propagate the Eradication of Child Labour, Rights & dignity of Girls & Women, Spirit of ‘One India’, Promotion of Cleanliness and Road Safety
Poetry Writing Competition
Samarth Dogra of VII B bagged first prize a memento and cash award of Rs.1100in Poem Writing Competition on Chacha Nehru was organized by Amar Ujala
National Level Fencing Championship
Harshdeep Kaur (VIII A) had participated in National Level Fencing Championship and bagged SilVER medal. A cash award of Rs. 1 lakh was given to her by Government of Haryana.
Think & Learn Challenge (2014-15)
Ishita(X B)was selected and was awarded a Samsung Tab in NIE organized ‘Think and Learn Challenge ‘
Irika (VIII) was awarded Toppers Trophy & was selected for National Level in Junior Category & Amarjot (IX) got Gold Medal in senior category in Avantika Inter School solo dance competition. Avantika award was awared to our worth Principal Mr.Piyush Punj
Vivekanand Chattr Utthan Manch organized a Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with PGI, Chandigarh in which about a 300 volunteers came forward for the noble cause of blood donation and a free Eye Camp.
Thus, St. Vivekanand Millennium School is marching ahead with its aim to make the students the ideal citizens of India like Swami Ji – physically strong, mentally balanced and spiritually enlightened.
|Original Name||Narendranath Dutta|
|Father's Name||Vishwanath Dutta|
|Mother's Name||Bhuvneshwari Devi|
|Date of Birth||12 Jan 1863 (Makara-Sankranti Day)|
|Meets his Guru||Sri Ramakrishana in 1881|
|The Holy Mother||Sri Sarada Devi|
|Assumes the name of Vivekananda||At the court of Maharaja of Khetri|
|August 16 1886||Ramakrishna passes away|
|3rd week of july, 1890||Sets out on an idefinite long journey|
|Jan 1891||Swamiji proceeds to Delhi asking his brother monks not to follow him|
|April 14,1891||Swamiji leaves Ajmer for Mount Abu|
|July 1890-Dec 1892||Bharat Parikrama as a wandering monk|
|Dec 25-27, 1892||Goes into deep meditation of Sri Padapari (Vivekananda Rock) of Kanyakumari coast and realization of his life mission|
|May 31, 1893||Depature for USA to participate in the world Parliament of religions|
|Sep. 11, 1893||Chicago address|
|1893-1896||Travel throughout USA lecturing on Vedanta|
|1896||Establishes Vedanta Society in USA|
|Jan 15, 1897||Reaches Colombo|
|Jan 16, 1897||1st lecture in the East "India the Holy Land" at Colombo|
|Jan 26, 1897||Cordial Ovation at Pamban(Kundgal) by Raja of Ramanand|
|Jan 27, 1897||Visit to Rameshwaram Temple|
|Feb 6,1897||Grand Welcome at Calcutta|
|Feb 6-14/td>||Six famous lectures at Madras|
|Feb 19||Grand Welcome at Calcutta|
|Feb 28||Call to the youth to serve the motherland|
|May 1897||Founding of Ramakrishna Math and mission at Belur|
|July 27, 1897||Lecture in Almora|
|March 1898||Buys a piece of land at the bank of Ganga at Belur|
|March 1898||Margerar Noble took the vow of Brahmacharya and name of Nivedita|
|May 1898||Relieft work at Calcutta during plague outbreak, Sister Nivedita active participation|
|July 1898||Swamiji journeys with Sister Nevidita to the Holy Shrine of Amarnath|
|Dec 9, 1898||Consecration of new and permanent MATH of Ramakrishna Order|
|March 1899||Establishes Advaita Ashram at Mayavati|
|June 20, 1899||Leaves India|
|Jan 1899 Dec 1900||Visit to the west and participate to the Congress of the History of religions at Paris|
|April 1900||Swamji finds the Vedanta Centre of San Francisco|
|1901||Visit to Kamakhya and North Eastern part of India along with his mother|
|May 12, 1901||Returns to Math|
|July 4, 1902||Mahasamadhi|