Bhavan's Institute of Management
Founded on November 7, 1938, the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has grown from small beginnings, into an all India intellectual, cultural and educational movement. True to its goal of revitalizing Dharma or the Moral Law in its three fold forms of Truth, Love and Beauty (Sathyam, Shivam and Sundaram), the Bhavan is ceaselessly striving to carry forward India's ageless message of Faith, Self-Discipline and Dedication (Shraddha, Samyama and Samarpana).
Dr. K.M. Munshi, the founder of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, was a practical idealist. His was a many faceted personality. Lawyer, Author, Constitution-maker, Statesman, Social Reformer, he was, above all, one who persistently strove for cultural and spiritual regeneration.
Forever half a century of its life, the Bhavan has been steadfastly endeavouring to hold fast to the fundamental values of life and has been fostering these values, reintegrating them with new elements suited to modern situations. This is being accomplished through its 200-Plus constituent institutions and departments, through its centres spread all over India and abroad that exceed a hundred. Its publications in pursuit of this goal has crossed over 1500 in number with a collective sales of over 30 million copies.
Through its periodical journals in different languages, through its Sanskrit and Gita examinations- for which over 40,000 students appear every year, Bhavan has been pursuing its goals.
Bhavan, through its various schools and colleges - kindergarten to Post Graduate and Research levels - that are spread across the nation, imparts education in streams ranging from Sanskrit, Indology, Indian Culture, Indian Classical Music, Dance, Drama, Yoga, Classical Languages and Ancient Scriptures to Arts, Science, Commerce, Engineering, Modern Management, Mass Communication, Information Technology and Foreign Languages such as French, Spanish, Russian, German and Japanese.
Thus Bhavan's programmes cover "all aspects of life- from cradle to the grave and beyond... it fills a growing vacuum in modern life" as Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru observed when he first visited the Bhavan in 1950.
The main purpose of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is to provide a modern bridge to span the past, the present and the future, built on a strong foundation of the fundamental values of life.
The Bhavan has set up centres in London, New York, Lisbon, Mexico city and Durban. Plans are afoot to start centres in Geneva, Singapore and Tokyo.
Please Note: The information has been sourced from the institute website
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