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Taking a stock of the ground realities of Indian society and the nature of the task undertaken by Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati during his life time, his followers decided to commemorate his life and works not by building lifeless statues, but by opening temples of learning - schools and colleges where all the values advocated by Maharishi would be inculcated in the children so that they could carry forward his message and work ceaselessly throughout their life to carry out the reforms suggested by him. 
In 1885 the first DAV School was established at Lahore which was subsequently upgraded to become the first DAV College. In 1886 the DAV College Trust and Management Society was established and registered. The DAV Society visualized that the DAV Schools shall produce men and women of sterling national character and social commitment. The commendable objectives of the DAV attracted several committed individuals and groups to serve the society by striving to collect petty donations and gather humble resources to set up DAV Schools to spread Maharishi's message for enlightening all the Indians. Thus the crusade against ignorance, illiteracy, injustice and inequality was revived and it gained further momentum with the opening of each DAV School. 

DAV College Managing Committee, the executive body of the DAV College Trust & Management Society, streamlined the school curriculum and administrative processes and gave the social movement a splendid vision and precise direction. Towards the end of nineteenth century and in the first half of twentieth century the DAV College Trust & Management Society established a number of schools. These schools were broadly categorized as directly controlled and managed schools. Some more schools came into the DAV fold as they were subsequently affiliated to DAV College Trust & Management Society. 

The DAV institutions soon gained respect and reputation in the society and began to be recognized for their high academic standards and value-based education. The faculty comprised towering personalities such as Mahatma Hansraj, Principal Gyan Chand, Lala Sain Das and Pandit Meher Chand, who selflessly dedicated their lives to the reengineering of the Indian society through modern education and Vedic values.

Presently DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi is the largest NGO in the field of education and is running more than 770 educational institutions in the country and abroad .The unique feature of DAV Institutions is the fine blend of age old Indian traditions and the modern scientific temperament. This feature enables the DAV ites to uphold the traditions and values of India and at the same time stay abreast with the changing times and adjust comfortably with the global society.  A glorious DAV alumni is a testimony to these facts. 
DAV Public School, B.R.S. Nagar, Ludhiana (Punjab) came into existence in 1983 with an aim to provide Quality Education to the children of Ludhiana. The school had a humble beginning in a rented accommodation and with in a short span of 4 years with the funds provided by the philanthropists of the city,  constructed its own building. Presently the school boasts of a multi storeyed building with facilities for training in various games, co-curricular activities along with quality education to meet the demands of the present age. Currently more than 5600 students are enrolled with the school in classes Nursery to XII.
The students of this school bag laurels not only in academics but also in a veriety of Co-curricular activities at State, National and International level.The excellent Board results year after year are the proof of concerted efforts made by the dedicated staff and students, who aspire to soar high and sky is the limit for them.

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Block-C, Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar,
Ludhiana, Punjab-141001.
Ph. No. : 0161-2458740, 2458741
Mobile: 98725-10444
Website : www.davbrsnagar.org

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