Sri Vani Education Centre was founded in the year 1966 with prescribed to State Syllabus. The High School Section [Grades VIII, IX & X was introduced in the year 1980.
In 1989, Students of Vani were recognized among the Top – 20 highest scoring students in the State of Karnataka. This glorious tradition continued until KSEEB withdrew its Practice of declaring ‘Ranks’ to the highest scorers. Even after that our students are scoring high scores and competing with getting highest State scores. It continues the tradition of securing Centum results since its inception.
Karnataka State Syllabus mandates the teaching of 3 languages to the students, one of which is compulsory Kannada, General Science, Mathematics, Social Science are taught alongside the afore mentioned languages.
The text books are standardised across the State and are issued by the Education Department of Karnataka.
The State Board adopted the continuous comprehensive assessment pattern in the academic year 2014 -15 Grade VIII follows the scheme on Semester basis.
We are proud that even in CCE Pattern our Students are achieving good results in flying colours.
In 2012 they decided to offer the CAIE curriculum to their patrons and their wards. The trust garnered by the school in all these years surely bore fruit. This wing that offers international standards of curriculum transaction has been growing brighter and brighter.
Recently one of our students, master Sai Shyam gained global recognition when he secured the 3rd Rank in the Sanskrit Exams conducted by the Cambridge University. Needless to say, that Sri Vani’s name has always been held in high esteem by our patrons who see this as a strong bastion of culture and tradition.
The numerous activities planned by the school to live up to its commitment to heritage and culture are well received by the public.
Having been in the field of education for more than half a century, SVECT renews its promise to keep growing boldly as also serving humbly!!
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The ICSE follows the basics strengthening syllabus. Unlike in CBSE, as a student moves to higher standard, he once again has the previous standards basics in his new syllabus. For example, in CBSE, once complex numbers introduction is over, it is not repeated in higher standard. But, in ICSE all the introduction is repeated and then quadratic equations are handled. Even questions are based on the basics. This makes the basics of the topic very strong. This helps the student gain lot of confidence when higher studies are involved
ICSE syllabus is particularly important for students who prefer higher education abroad. Exams like GRE, TOEFL and GMAT have a lot of verbal ability testing. In ICSE syllabus, verbal ability is highly improved. A lot of importance is given to teaching of grammar and increasing the vocabulary of the student. So, ICSE is preferred by students who are keen to study abroad.
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Where learning science is fun!
Imagine lifesize models of dinosaurs, elephants and other wild animals, or trees of all the species of the world, or even rocks and gems from across the whole world, all under one roof!
The Sri Vani Science Park houses all this and much more. An attempt by the visionary Late Sri R S Hanumatha Rao at making education more meaningful, the Sri Vani Hanumavana Science Park inside the Sri Vani school off Magadi Road is definitely one of a kind.
Set in a four and half acre campus, the Sri Vani Hanumavana Science Park makes sure learning science is no more boring. The place itself is an oasis of greenery. All exhibits here pertain to various aspects of study – plants, life size animal models, an open air physics lab, a geological and physical science museum, a rock garden and a biodiversity park make this an educational paradise.
Is your child finding Physics difficult? Then a day at Sri Vani Physics Park will help. There are live model experiments such as the ‘Persistence of Vision’, ‘Experiments of Resonance’, ‘Conservation of Energy’, ‘The Periodic Table’, ‘The working of Levers and Pulleys’, ‘The Generation of Electricity’ and so much. Hands-on education is the best tool in academics. The throngs of students who visit here undoubtedly exhibit a better understanding of concepts.
This understanding is taken a step further in the gemological display at Sri Vani Science Park. A walkthrough display of rare crystals, shells, coral, ores, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks and minerals are just a small sampling of the display.
The Rock Garden too provides an unbelievable 8.25ft monolith wood fossil. This is around 20 million years old. Similarly rocks dating to as much as several million years ago, show children and grown-ups alike the working of Nature. The natural withering of rocks, the setting of precious stones deep in their ore lodes etc are best seen and felt. This is a mantra that is repeated across the length and breadth of the science park.
All children have a special place in their heart for animals – be it small, large, domesticated, wild or even extinct. Perhaps that’s why the Museum of Natural History gathers such footfalls. Besides the models of dinosaurs, there are several fossil specimens that never fail to stir up awe among children. It’s akin to holding piece of history in your hands. Taking this a step further is the Animal Gallery. Imagine a life-like zoo of model animals. What makes this all the more unique is the inclusion of extinct animals. Where would you get to see real life replicas of animals that are only seen in books and movies?
Greenery is a major aspect of Sri Vani Science P. This has been split into several sections. The Dhanavantri Park is a collection of more than 80 medicinal plants in every conceivable form – plants, trees, shrubs, creepers and more. The Biodiversity Park has a collection of rare trees like Sandalwood, Mappia Foetida and others. Rare too are the several Rudrakshi plants in Tri-Mukhi (three-face) and Chatur-Mukhi (four-face) varieties. You also have the Black Bamboo, Baobab tree, the White Dammer and others. There is also representation from different corners of the world in terms of plants like the Cannon Ball Tree and Cocoa which is a native to South America. There is also the Litchi, Pears and more.
Continuing with its aim to bring the best onto the campus, the Orchidarium houses a variety of orchids, ferns, anthuriums and several other ornamental and fragrant plants.
The Sri Vani Science Park is a science educational tour with a difference. The facilities are free thanks to the institution’s belief is making education accessible to all. Guests, both young and old have come visiting from several cities, towns and countries when in Bangalore.
And why not, when it promises to be an educational experience of a life time!
For more details log on to www.srivani.edu.in
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