The Delhi centre of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan came into existence in the year 1938 by the Dr. K.M. Munshi. It is a well-known and reputed institution of India, which has gained international recognition with the help of their dedication and commitment towards the promotion of Indian culture and education. It is a charitable trust, which was established with an aim to promote excellence in education and create an extra ordinary qualified society of individuals. Apart from the Delhi centre, there total 112 centres more available in India and 8 centres available across the globe including countries like United States of America, UK, Mexico, Australia, Canada, South Africa and many more.
Facts and Figures of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan-
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Guru Jambeshwar University, Hissar
How to Travel
3.6 Kms from New Delhi railway station
14.5 Kms from Indira Gandhi International Airport
3 kms from New Delhi Bus Stand
Why to Join Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan:
- Widespread Global recognition: Having established since 1938, this charitable institution offers prolific education to the students in terms of excellence and culture. They have attained huge recognition across the world by establishing 8 major centres of excellence at different corners of the world.
- High awards recognition: The institute is a proud winner of Mahatama Gandhi peace prize for the year 2002. Apart from this, it has also achieved the award of Rajiv Gandhi for National integration in the year 1992 by the well-known Priyadarshni Academy.
- Accreditation- The college is Accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).