TCI DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL GOVINDPUR is located in a village named Govindpur Road, Jamhar, khunti, 35kms away from district town, khunti, Jharkhand. This school Is managed by two societies named TCIF (Transport Corporation of India foundation & DAV C0llege college Managing committee, NewDelhi. It made very humble beginning with only few students from classes LKG to V in 2005. But on 1st April 2009, It was given on lease For 30 years by the TCI Foundation to DAV CMC New Delhi with 100% economical support To provide quality & value based education to the poor & deprived Tribal children of khunti District, Jharkhand.

The School at present has strength of more than 500 students up to Secondary level & is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi with all state-of-the-art facilities, modern technologies, educational Aids, competent &dedicated teachers. The school provides a very congenial environment for all round personality development of a child and prepares them with the knowledge of our Rich Vedic values as well as tenets of modern competitive world of Internet and e-mail so that They come out with flying colors wherever they go and whatever they choose-the thread of life. Individual attention is our priority &everything possible I done to crack every hard nut that comes on our way.

We ignite the mind & illuminate the soul. The DAV schools provide a congenial environment for all round development of the personality and its integration with the society, particularly with reference to the Indian context. Positive ideas are inculcated in students as regards personal hygiene, neatness of uniform, cleanliness of surrounding, graceful manner, obedience & discipline.

The strength& success of DAV schools lies in the harmonious blend of science andtechnology and a sound grounding of ancient Vedic Culture.The aim of DAV schools is to inculcate in the students a thirsts.

For knowledge, devotion to duty, honesty, patriotic fervor besides humanism. We impart education “to build “and an education “to pay”.


"The Treasure of learning is imperishable ”

Swami Dayanand