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                                             KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA 


                      BHIKHIWIND (A VIEW)



                   LIBRARY    MEDIA  CENTRE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Kendriya Vidyalaya Bhikhiwind is Established on August 2010 . It is

    newly opened  vidyalaya.    It   is      located  inside the B.S.F. Campus.  

     It is just 38 km. away from Amritsar.  The vidyalaya is affiliated to 

Central Board of Secondary Education,New Delhi and prepares  

students  for A.I.S.S.E and  S.S.C.Examination of the Board.


       OUR VISION :   KVS believes in imparting/values and developing

to nuture system talent, enthusiasm and creativity of its students for

seeking excellence and innovation through high quality educational


 OUR MISSION:  KVS has a four mission viz:–

        1.To develop the spirit of national integration and create a sense of

*Indianness” among children.

2.To cater to the educational needs of children of  transferable central

Govt . programme of education.

3.To persue excellence and set the pace in the field of school education.

4.To initiate and promote experimentations and innovations in edu-

     cation in collaboration with other bodies like CBSE, NCERT,etc.

     OUR:   FOCUS: 

              WE HOLD A HAND

                                          OPEN A MIND

          TOUCH A HEART

                                                  AND SHAPE A FUTURE.


        Dear Students,

It is your site.Use it,it will be your guide in information search. Ask questions in it,that will mold your future.Discuss and tell about it, become a part of the universe of knowledge.

frequently asked questions

What if I require a book longer than the loan period?

If you require a book longer than the loan period you may renew it by bringing the book to the issue/return counter. As long as the book is not reserved, you will be able to renew it once.

What if the book is lost?

The user can replace the book with the same edition.If not, three times of the cost of the book may be recovered from him/her

 If I have an overdue loan , how much I need to pay?

As per the KVS rules an overdue fine will be recovered from the user.Overdue reminders are sent to your class teacher periodically.You should bring the book and reminder back to the library.


                                   READ ABOUT

                                  15th   august  1947

   With the decision by Britain to withdraw from the Indian subcontinent, the Congress Party and Muslim League agreed in June 1947 to a partition of India along religious lines. Under the provisions of the Indian Independence Act, India and Pakistan were established as independent dominions with predominantly Hindu areas allocated to India and predominantly Muslim areas to Pakistan.

   After India’s independence on August 15, 1947, India received most of the subcontinent’s 562 widely scattered polities, or princely states, as well as the majority of the British provinces, and parts of three of the remaining provinces. Muslim Pakistan received the remainder. Pakistan consisted of a western wing, with the approximate boundaries of modern Pakistan, and an eastern wing, with the boundaries of present-day Bangladesh.

   The division of the subcontinent caused tremendous dislocation of populations; inter-communal violence cost more than 1,000,000 lives. Some 3.5 million Hindus and Sikhs moved from Pakistan into India, andabout 5 million Muslims migrated from India to Pakistan. In Punjab, where the Sikh community was cut in half, a period of terrible bloodshed followed. Overall, the demographic shift caused an initial bitterness between the two countries that was further intensified by each country’s accession of a portion of the princely states.

   Adding to the tensions, the issue of the polities Kashmir, Hyderabad, and the small and fragmented state of Junagadh (in present-day Gujarat), remained unsettled at independence. Later, the Muslim ruler of Hindu-majority Junagadh agreed to join to Pakistan, but a movement by his people, followed by Indian military action and a plebiscite (people’s vote of self-determination), brought the state into India.

   The nizam of Hyderabad, also a Muslim ruler of a Hindu-majority populace, tried to maneuver to gain independence for his very large and populous state, which was, however, surrounded by India.

   After more than a year of fruitless negotiations, India sent its army in a police action in September 1948, and Hyderabad became part of India.

   The Hindu ruler of Kashmir, whose subjects were 85 percent Muslim, decided to join India. Pakistan, however, questioned his right to do so, and a war broke out between India and Pakistan. A cease-fire was arranged in 1949, with the cease-fire line creating a de facto partition of the region.

   The central and eastern areas of the state came under Indian administration as Jammu and Kashmir state, while the northwestern quarter came under Pakistani control as Azad Kashmir and the Northern Areas. Although a UN peacekeeping force was sent in to enforce the cease-fire, the dispute was not resolved.This deadlock has intensified suspicion and antagonism between the two countries.

   In 1971, Pakistan was itself subdivided when its eastern section broke away and formed Bangladesh. Border disputes continue to embitter Pakistani-Indian relations, as Pakistan has produced a series of autocratic military rulers, while India maintained a parliamentary democracy.

                         “Reading   a book gives us the habit of solitary reflection and true enjoyment.”

“                                                       “When   we think we learn we cease to know.”

“A   literary genius, it is said, resembles all, though no one resembles   him

not God that is worshipped but the authority that claims to speak in His   name. Sin becomes disobedience to authority not violation of integrity

 Personal    Details

Born (1888-09-05)5 September 1888   Thiruttani, Tamil Nadu, India
Died 17 April 1975(1975-04-17) (aged 86)   Chennai, India
Political party Independent
Spouse(s) Sivakamu, Lady Radhakrishnan
Children Five daughters   One son
Alma mater Voorhees College

Gandhi Jayanti

Exhibition on

Mahatma Gandhi and Non-violence

30 Sept.-05 Oct. 2015


Hindi Fortnight 2015

Exhibition of popular Hindi Books

14-28 September 2015


Teacher’s Day 2015

Exhibition of books on or Dr. S. Radhakrishnan


National Library Week 19-24 Nov.2016 -Exhibition of rare books in theCompetitions

  1. Book review
  2. Designing book jackets
  3. Story telling
  4. Book reading
  5. Assembly programmes


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