About BVV

BHARATHEEYA VIDYA VIHAR (BVV) is the CBSE syllabus based school of Indian Institute of Scientific Heritage(IISH), established in 2006, in National Heritage Centre campus (NHC), Mazhuvanchery, Trissur.  The five storied school  building has Vivekananda block, C.V. Raman block, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam block, G.V. Eswarji block and Lord Krishna auditorium.

The school has a computer centre, small and large auditoriums, seminar hall, digitalized class rooms and well furnished modern laboratories and library. Integrated audio facilities are connected in all the class rooms for delivering lectures and giving messages from anywhere, in the world. The students are  exposed to many heritage materials through three museum  halls and  material display in  different locations in NHC. Traditional values  and messages are also displayed in the school.

Value based  knowledge and modern knowledge are integrated in the BVV education system here, as part of the syllabus. Vedic, puraanic and dharmic messages, stories and experiences are taught  to the students. Text books published by IISH  are  included  as part of the curriculum. Audio and video based heritage and modern subject education is the specialty of  BVV

Music, dance, yoga, paintings, tailoring,  traditional games, etc are  part of the learning materials. Students have the freedom to opt the subject of their interest for additional heritage learning. Messages of great Rushies, scientists and  scholars are taught  here systematically.

Heritage center visits, discussions, competitions,  exhibitions, etc are commonly held in BVV for inside and outside students.

Our Mission

  • Mission

    We believe and persevere to enrich the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional faculties of our children. The School promises an enriching environment with a conscious exposure to Sanskrit, Indian Culture and Scientific Heritage. We help children blend and bond with the rich tradition of our country and keep alive our `Values’ for life.

  • Noble Thoughts

    Elevate yourself, Never denigrate yourself, your yourself is your closest relative and you are your own enemy.
    -Bhagavath Gita

    20 years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you did not do than by the ones you did.
    -Mark Twain

    Let noble thoughts come towards us from all over the world.
    -Rig Veda

    Utthishtathaa Jaagrathaa praapya varaaNnibhodhathaa ; Gloriously stand up, be aware that you are not permanent here, enlighten yourself by acquiring the knowledge from the scholars.
    -Swami Vivekananda