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Deshabandhu Vidyalaya

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Type  Public
Chairman  DGM Chittaranjan
Faculty  Full time
Color  Yellow
Established  1951
Principal  A.K. Bhattacharya
Area  10 acres
Founded  1951
Address  Chittaranjan, West Bengal 713331

Deshabandhu Vidyalaya Boys' (BM/HM) or D.V. Boys' (BM/HM) is a secondary school in Chittaranjan, West Bengal, India. It offers higher secondary education in Hindi medium and secondary education in Bengali medium. It is managed by the Chittaranjan Locomotive Works under the Ministry of Railways.



The school was founded in 1951 by Ministry of Railways (Govt. of India). Initially school was set up to educate the children of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works employees.


Bengali medium school operates during afternoons and Hindi medium school during mornings. The Hindi medium school follows the CBSE curriculam, with 1800 students. In the higher secondary stage it has Arts, Science and Commerce streams. The Bengali medium school is up to Madhyamik level and follows the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

All students are admitted through a common admission test.


D.V. Boys' is known for its inclination towards sports. The school has participated in and won several prizes in football and athletics.


The school is on the Mihijam Fatehpur main road in the east of the Oval Ground and in front of Ambedkar Avenue. It has an area of 60 ha with Science and Mathematics labs for seconadry students and Chemistry, Physics and Biology labs for Higher Secondary students. It has a large ground.


The school has produced maximum number of doctors and engineers in the region. Alumni are spread across nearly 50 countries. Alumni are working as top-level managers in companies like P&G, TCS, Tata Steel, Maruti Suzuki (India) etc. In academics fields students are well established in IIM, IIT, IISc, NITs, NID, AIIMS and indulge in awarding the people though NGOs like Kumata Foundation (run by ex NIT Durgapur alumni).


Deshabandhu Vidyalaya Wikipedia

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