Address: Command Hospital Complex , Alipore H.O., Kolkata - 700027
Locality: Alipore Road (Find more Alipore Road schools)
Landmark: Near Calcutta Hospital
Kendriya Vidyalaya was established in the year 1965 and there are 18 regional offices in India. There are 55 Kendriya Vidyalaya schools monitored by and are located in different parts of West Bengal, Sikkim, Andaman and Nicobar Island. The Kendriya Vidyalaya schools in Kolkata ranks amongst the best schools in Kolkata providing education in CBSE pattern and the students aspire for many professional courses seeking admission in India’s top Business Schools, IIT , College of Engineering and medical studies.
Year Established: 1965
* Skits and Quiz competitions
* Science Labs and Computer Labs with Internet connection
* Projector rooms
* Assembly and Seminar halls
* Activity, Art and Music rooms.
Kendriya Vidyalaya schools aim to pursue excellence and set pace in the field of school education. Moreover, they want to initiate and promote experimentation and innovativeness in education in collaboration with other bodies like the Central Board of Secondary Education and National Council of Educational Research and Training. Lastly, the spirit of national integration and a sense of "Indianness" among children is to be developed.
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my child is a student of kv,command hospital, eastern command, alipore. the school is having its annual day on 20 apr 11. we have been told to bring children to hazra where the school has hired an auditorium on 19 & 20 apr.Iam a defence personnel and it is not possible for me to get leave just to bring my child to the auditorium.more over i have one younger son whome my wife cannot leave behind as on the invitation it is instructed not to bring small children.what i don't understand why the school cannot provide transport.- by chetan on Apr 18, 2011
The school has shifted it's 2nd & 3rd std students to 2nd floor and it has classrooms for senior classes on ground & 1st floor.My child has fallen twice & hurt her self when school breaks off for the day. i don't understand the logic in having classrooms for 2 &3rd std on the top most floor and school telling us to send notebooks having not more than 100 pages as the child will have to carry a heavy bag.- by chetan on Apr 18, 2011