Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya

Religion forms the background of all activities of the Ashrama and, therefore, also of the Vidyalaya. The main source of inspiration is the teaching of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. No sectarian religion is taught, but care is taken to make the students truly religious. All the same time, Swami Vivekananda's ideas about education are sought to be man-making. This is the ideal that efforts are made to put into effect at Narendrapur. Here students are encouraged and helped to grow in all directions – physically, intellectually socially, morally and spiritually.

It is a boys’ residential Higher Secondary school from standard V, affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education and the West Bengal Council of Higher Education. It offers both English and Bengali as mediums of instruction separately, depending on the preferences of the students.

The school is divided into junior (from V to VII) and senior (from VIII to XII) sections, set apart by considerable distance between them, and each having its own independent school in building, boarding system, play grounds, health care and other essential amenities. Entry to the school is given through admission tests. All modern facilities for comprehensive education based on moral values are provided in it. Adequate arrangements of sports and games are also there. Special attention for channeling creative urges and faculties of the boys in arts, culture and other extracurricular activities is given side by side. In terms of its academic performances, the school is countable among a few schools of the State at the top.

Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya (The School)

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