CBSE affiliated Senior Secondary school


Our History

The Vadanta International School was founded in 2011 as a co-educational, school by Mr. Naresh Yadav , a leading social activist , The school aims to ensure that its students achieve their highest academic and personal potential. It also aims to give them a firm foundation based upon an understanding of Indian culture, society and ideas. However, the school aims to use that base to build more globally aware citizens prepared for the rigours of the 21st century.
A vadanta school is an institution designed for the teaching of students under the direction of teachers. Vadanta ‘s facilities allow students to participate in the widest possible variety of activities. This ensures that each student can find and develop his own individual talents. In the end, our aim is to create a well-rounded student capable of achieving his highest academic potential alongside shaping his well-developed and whole personality.

Our Mission

“To teach the disciplines and skill of learning; to awaken an interest in the natural phenomena; to encourage manual dexterity and pride in the work of hands; to teach the child to respect and enjoy learning; to educate the child within the school hours, thus eliminating the need for excess outside homework.”

“To encourage the feeling of co-operation, inter-dependence and brotherhood, thus giving the basis for practical living as means for dealing with problems of life with intelligence and fortitude.”

“To develop a feeling of pride and respect for the value of good education and the responsibility of achieving this education through their own efforts and continuing interest. “

Our Vision

To build and enhance the character of the kids ; to guide their psyches towards free, liberal, inventive considering; to fortify their wills; to teach resilience and compassion.

"To expect the folks and educators to cooperate in concordance generally advantageous to the enthusiasm of the kids;"

"To draw in a staff of high gauge, character and capacity, equipped for mental adaptability propelled with an adoration for granting learning and the advancement of the youngsters' natural interest and the abilities by which it can be fulfilled; to be mindful that a method for showing develops out of a philosophical appreciation for what is taught."

Director's Message

All of us today realize that schooling does not nurture the entire potential of a child. A remarkable performance in school examination need not present a great success in life. The question that arises here is, do we consider ourselves to be learning centers or examination centers? Unfortunately in our system, every achievement is based on marks and this itself distorts the basic aim of education. If we balance knowledge and interest against percentage, the scale is tilted towards the latter. Private tution worsens the drudgery of the students. In this juggle between exam and results, we have forgotten the very 'Purpose of education'.
"Education is a way of living". It does not teach you only to read and write but to be a good human being. We have a sincere responsibility of molding the future generation. In our rigid system of pencil-paper skills, less privileged, handicapped and students with learning disabilities have no place in the regular stream. They are left to special schools or to fend for themselves.

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