Vijnana Vihara

Vijnana Vihara is a residential school located in the Gudilova, Visakha district in Andhra Pradesh, India. The school was established in 1980.

The school was founded on the lines of the ancient gurukul system of education prevalent in ancient India.

Apart from the traditional modes of learning, the school places a lot of emphasis on the all-round development of its students. This translates into a plethora of activities - academic, physical and cultural, for its students to participate throughout the year.

Location

The school is located in the midst of abundant greenery at the foot of the hills off the coast of Visakhaptnam, Andhra Pradesh.

References:

http://vijnanavihara.org/


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