Ladies and gentleman,

It is my bounden duty to present before you a brief happenings of the Vidyalaya since the 19th Annual day celebrated on 17th December 2017.

As I present the roundup of the previous year’s activities with humility I would like to say that we left no stone unturned to go beyond the set target in search of excellence. I am really proud of my teachers and students.


Let me begin by quoting the great Nelson Mandela “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Excellence in academics is the first priority of our school. The cent percent result in class X & class XII  proves without any doubt that our students have done extremely well.

07 Students namely,  Aditya R Chikmath , Chinmayee Kulkarni, K. V. Shriya Reddy, Shilpa N ,Sneha Mogali , Sampat Kumar M and Swarali Athalye scored the perfect score of 10 CGPA for their meritorious performance in the class X Board Examinations for the year 2016-17 and won a cash award of Rs:5000 from KVS. All the 83 students appeared in the class X board exam passed with good percentage.

In class XII all the 08 students passed with flying colours. Master Hamid was the topper with 77%.

Over all, out of 934 students studied during the year 2016-17,930 students were promoted to the next higher class. The overall pass percentage of the Vidyalaya is 99.57 %. 06 students scored 10 CGPA from classes VI to IX and won the proficiency prize.

I would like to appreciate the teachers who put in extra efforts for this exemplary result especially the teachers of board appearing classes. I would like to mention that Mrs. Prasanna Kumari PGT(Phy) was given excellence award  for her quality result in class XII by KVS.

As per the request of parents Kannada was started as a hobby subject from class I to VIII by appointing a qualified Kannada teacher this academic year.

Even though 83 students passed out in class X with good percentage no one turned up for taking admission in class XI. This is a matter of great concern as the science stream running in the Vidyalaya for Higher Secondary Classes will be closed down if the trend continues this year too.


Master Vinayak of class VIII was selected to attend the national level social science exhibition for on the spot painting completion and he will be touring Uttarakhand at the end of this month.

A Poem written by Smt.C Madhuri PGT(Eng) of our school got published in Kayamangari an annual publication of poems by KVS.


Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan believes in scaffolding every child to become multifaceted personalities by organizing various co-curricular activities throughout the year. Exploration, experimentation and innovation are the buzz words in the Vidyalaya.




Social Science Exhibition is being organized with an aim to promote national integration, appreciation of Indian art and culture, to establish long term engagements, and to promote learning between the states by sharing best practices and experiences. This is an opportunity for students to show their originality and creativity. From the school Level Social Science exhibitions 50 students were selected to participate in the cluster level social science exhibition. Kendriya Vidyalaya Vijayapura got a unique opportunity to host cluster level social science exhibition cum National Integration Camp on 8th and 9th September-2017 for the first time. The theme of exhibition was ‘EK Bharat Shresht Bharat”.  Competitions were conducted in 10 events and 300 students from 08 Kendriya Vidyalayas participated in the competitions.34 students of K V Vijayapura were selected for the next level competition’s at the region at K V No 1 Hubbali on 16th and 17th of September 2017.They participated in events such as group song ,group dance, skit,  on the spot painting, quiz and debate competitions. Among them Master Vinayak of Class VIII was selected to represent Bangalore region for on the spot painting completion in the national level at K V No.2 Delhi Cantt,which is by all means a huge achievement.

5.National Children's Science Congress (NCSC) provides the children a rare opportunity to use their scientific temperament and skill to realize their dreams. Five students of K V Vijayapura Master Samarth , Master Aiman, Master Taheer Takke, Master Mallevedant and Master Prem Charan presented their projects in the Regional Level competitions at KV- NAL on 6th and 7th Nov-2017 . The focal theme of the congress was “Science, Technology & Innovation for sustainable Development”


Students of class IX, X and XI participate in Pre-Regional Mathematics Olympiad every year. This year the PRMO was conducted on 20th August 2017 in which 30 meritorious students participated. Kumari Shreya of class X was selected for the Regional Mathematics Olympiad which was held on 8th October 2017.


Excellence happens not by accident. It is a process. By Dr.A P J Abdul Kalam

In order to encourage the students to become self-reliant and inspire them to offer self-less service to the society, Scout and Guide movement is given priority in the Vidyalaya. 249 students have enlisted in the movement.

In the history of KV Vijayapura, for the first time 8 students, 4 Scouts and 4 Guides have cleared Rajyapuraskar testing camp held at KV No.1 Uppal Hyderabad in the month of July-2017. They are eligible to attend Rashtrapathi testing camp to be held very soon.

 08 Scouts and 08 Guides have qualified for Rajyapuraskar after clearing Tritiya Sopan Testing Camp held at KV Dharwad  and KV No.1 Hubli respectively in the month of August-2017.

A testing camp was conducted in the Vidyalaya  on 22nd February 2017 for Cubs and Bulbuls and Pravesh/Pratham and Dwitiya Sopan for Scouts and Guides. All the candidates have cleared the test successfully.



 Continuous effort- not strength or intelligence is the key to unlocking our potential

A sound mind dwells in a healthy body. Different sports and games activities are organized throughout the academic year to improve the physical fitness of the students. Two teams with 10 students each participated in the Regional level sports meet for under 14 handball for boys and under 14 Kho-Kho for Girls held at K V CRPF Bengaluru and K V Yellahanka Bengaluru respectively in August 2017.

Annual Sports Meet:  The Vidyalaya Annual Sports Meet was organized on 29th November 2017,in a grand way ,which was graced by our honorable Chairman. Madam Kalaiarasi gave away the prizes. It was a fine mass display of physical fitness and agility by our students promoting sportsman spirit.

Rolling shield was given to the best contingent for March Past- Scout and Guide Team. The rolling shield for the overall Championship for sporting events round up the year was awarded to Krishna House.

Mini Sports Day was observed on 15th November-2017, to motivate and to enthuse primary students towards sports and games with the motto  Catch them Young”.



a. International day of Yoga:

Exercise is the chief source of improvement in our faculties.

In this competitive world, the most neglected aspect is one’s health. Children often resort to unhealthy life style and this adversely effects their health. To edify them yoga classes are being conducted regularly. International Yoga day is celebrated on 21st June every year in true letter and spirit.

b. Independence Day: lighting the school building

To commemorate the sacrifice of those sung and unsung heroes of freedom movement and to highlight for being a free nation for the past seventy years, a grand celebration of Independence Day was observed by lighting the Vidyalaya building and organizing cultural activities. The spirit of freedom was felt and realized.


c. Sanskrit week:

Sanskrit is supposed to be the mother of Latin, Roman, Arabic and all Indian Languages. An amazingly rich language, served as the cradle of Indian civilization. To reinvent its glory Sanskrit week was observed in the first week of August, where several competitions were held to encourage the students to promote this ancient language.


d. Hindi Pakhwada:

If there is one language that binds all the regions and we Indians, it is none but HINDI. To promote Hindi and taste the essence of its beauty, various competitions ware held like essay writing, debate, extempore etc.  during Hindi Pakhwade from 04th September to 19th September 2017. Guest Lectures were organized by inviting eminent scholars to motivate the students and to learn the importance of the language.

e. Investiture ceremony:

To groom the students into responsible citizens and to involve them in the day to day functioning of Vidyalaya, student council for the session 2017-18 was formed. The students were given badges and entrusted with the responsibilities they ought to carry out as office bearers on 13th October 2017.

f. Vigilance Awareness Week:

Never tell people how to do things. Tell, them what to do and they will surprise you with their integrity.

Probity in public life is an essential aspect to be taught to the students. Vigilance awareness week was observed from 26th October to 31st October 2017.

g. Grand Parents Day:

To reinforce in the young Children the importance of the elderly people, how they upkeep the values which our Nation claims to be a repository, Grand Parents Day is observed. Where grandparents of the students from classes I-V are invited and felicitated. This year the grandparent’s day was celebrated on 18th November 2017.

Besides, we also observed important days such as National Unity Day on 31st October by organizing Run for Unity, National Education Day on 11th November and Constitution Day on 26th November 2017.



In the high tide of westernization our young generation is getting swept away, unable to use their discretion and morality in right way. They need to be oriented in right direction, so that our nation will be teeming with potential and synergy.

So students of secondary classes are educated about the physical and mental and emotional changes they undergo. Advocacy workshops by eminent doctors are conducted at least twice in a year.

A counsellor is appointed to counsel and guide the students.

This year two of our teachers attended AEP Orientation course organized by KVS.


Helth check ups are organized twice a year for the students with a view to diagnose and detect possible deformations and ailments by eminent doctors from district hospital Vijayapur.


An Annual Panel inspection of vidyalaya was held on 4th July -2017.  A team of Principals headed by Shri Rajagopal, Assistant Commissioner KVS (RO) Bangalore inspected all the aspects of vidyalaya. Some valuable suggestions were given for the further improvement in the functioning of Vidyalaya.

13.VMC & PTA:

First VMC Meeting of this academic year was conducted on on  28th August2017. The meeting was chaired by Hon’ble Chairman VMC,Sh. Sivakumar K B IAS-.  The members were briefed about the academic performance, Admissions infrastructure development and other relevant issues related to Vidyalaya.

PTA meetings are conducted regularly after each Monthly, Periodic Tests and Mid-Term & Half-Yearly Examinations.

Parents are apprised about the strong and weak areas about the learning of their wards


a.  Smart class rooms:

To be at pace with cutting edge technology and to beat the monotony of learning, the classrooms are fitted with projectors, visualizers and smart boards. Virtual classrooms are created to enable the students to learn with insight. All class rooms from class VI to X are converted to Smart class rooms. Besides there are two computer labs, an e-classroom and an activity hall with all the ICT Technology.

c. Assembly Stage for Secondary & Primary Students.

This assembly stage with roofing and background wall was built with generous contributions from parents with the consent of the VMC. It was a magnanimous gesture from the parents to create an asset to the Vidyalaya which could be used by thousands of students to sharpen their co-curricular skills for years to come. Also an assembly stage for Primary students is built.


The most valuable gifts a human can give to others are sharing and caring. Share what you have, care for those you have.

K V Vijayapura has entered into a partnership with Govt. Muslim Residential School Afzalpur Takke to learn from each other and to cooperate for the betterment of students.

The Principal, and staff of Shri Mahadevamma Public School Chitapur Kalburgi  visited the Vidyalaya on 04th November 2017, to learn the conduct of various Scholastic, Co-Scholastic and CCA activities being held in the Vidyalaya.


Once again I would like to thank the Chairman, VMC Members and all the parents and well-wishers of this Vidyalaya for your unconditional support and cooperation. Together we shall strive to make this institution better and better day by day.

I conclude with the words of Julian Michaels

“It’s not about perfect. It’s about effort.

And when you bring that effort Every single day.

That’s where transformation happens. That’s how change occurs”.



Thank you

Jai Hind.