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The DAV Mission

The DAV Organisation believes not only in providing education of the best quality to the students but also harnessing the budding minds at their formative years, so as to facilitate them with the best opportunities to learn and explore into the world of knowledge . Creating bonafide citizens for the future and more importantly creating better and truly enriched human beings is another magnificent motto of the DAV Organisation. No wonder, we believe in its letter and spirit. By making the students understand their responsibility towards others and towards our planet, DAV has added another feather in its "already -feathered "cap. The DAV College Trust and Managing Committee was established with two shaping objectives ; propagating the message of the Vedas along with the progressive views of Maharshi Dayanand and imparting the latest information in the field of education and science and technology. The DAV spirit inspires one to forget the oft quoted "The east is east and the west is west; never the twain shall meet" since in DAV, the TWAIN HAVE MET. Reclamation ensures recognition.


Name
Mr. Mahendra Kumar Upadhyaya

Co-ordinator

English

MA(Eng), BEd, PGDTE, CTET

He co-ordinates all the classes from Pre-LKG to STD-XII. He also supervises the duties of all the teachers of the school. Besides these, he takes classes in STD-XI and XII.He also acts as the HOD of English.

Name
Mrs. Shilla Pattanaik

Academic Supervisor(STD-IX and XII)

Physics

M.Sc (Phy) B.Ed, DCA, CTET

She supervises all the academic and non-academic aspects of STD-IX and XII. She also acts as a Head of Science Department.

Name
MRS. NANDITA MOHAPATRA

Academic Supervisor(STD-III and V)

ODIA

M.A(ODIA), B.Ed

She supervises all the Curricular and Co-curricular activities of STD-III to V.

Name
Mrs. Shakti Nibedita Jena

Academic Supervisor(Pre-LKG to STD-II)

ENGLISH

M.A. (Eng) B.Ed, OTET, CTET

She supervises all the Curricular and Co-curricular activities of all the classes from Pre-LKG to STD-II.