Gyan Vihar owes its existence to the vision of eminent educationist and philanthropist Sh. Suresh Sharma whose foresight was revolutionary, quest for excellence was persistent, thirst for knowledge was insatiable and a passion for growth was limitless. Gyan Vihar envisions an education system that breeds inspiration and innovation, it kindles the dormant forces, faculties and talents of the students. We provide a platform for children where they can shed off their inhibitions and turn into confident citizens for the future. The sense of belonging begins in the school and lasts a life time. Every possible effort is made to recognize the significant factors of academic pursuit, maturing experience and enthusiasm to learn. The ideals enshrined in the law of the land are meticulously observed. A sense of patriotism, values of all cultures and need for practical ethics are inculcated in students right from the time of their joining. The school is recognized by the Directorate of Education and affiliated to the CBSE. The school follows continuous comprehensive evaluation scheme of studies (CCE). The motto of the school is ‘Kids fly free’. The school has built up a tradition which incorporates in its milieu all that is universally good in thought, word and deed. The faculty of Gyan Vihar consists of number of highly qualified teachers who have extensive teaching experience in their respective fields. The aim of this website is to convey as far as possible the essence of Gyan Vihar School, which pursues an academic procedure with a view to ensure excellence in scholastic and co-scholastic areas. A sincere attempt has been made within the limited scope of pages of this website to furnish you with as much information possible concerning the academic entity and enable you to take one of the most crucial decisions about the academic career of your child, the impact of which would be nothing less than the destiny in an unknown future. The opportunities offered by us will provide your child with multidimensional growth making him an amiable and affable ‘Gyan Viharite’.