About KV No.2, Kalpakkam

 

 CBSE Affiliation No.    1900021
CBSE School Code    06902
Date of opening the KV No.2,

Kalpakkam

    In the year 1980
Highest class and number of sections sanctioned for each class
  • Highest Class : XII
  • I-IX :  3 Sections
  • X : 2 Sections
  • XI -2 Sections
  • XII : 1 Section
  • Sector
  • Project
  • District
  • Kanchipuram
  • State/U.T
  • Tamil Nadu

 

Physical Infrastructure ( Format X)

 

Type of room

No. of such rooms available

No. of rooms lying vacant

1

Class room

30

NIL

2

Science Lab.

4

NIL

3

Computer Lab.

3

NIL

4

Maths Lab

1

NIL

5

Library

1

NIL

6

Resource Room ( Primary wing)

0

NIL

7

Resource room ( Secondary wing_

0

NIL

8

Activity room

1

NIL

9

Staff common Room

2

NIL

10

Sports Activity room

1

NIL

11

Music Activity Room

1

 NIL

12

Art Activity room

1

 NIL

13

SUPW Activity room

1

 NIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.N.

Features ( Provide link with each of the entries underneath to give more insight)

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The genesis of the K.V.

 2

Important milestones of growth

 3

Gradual year wise expansion in classes and sections leading to present status

 4

Details of previous and new campus – if applicable- with photos( preferable)

 5

Facilities available including games and sports facilities

 

The genesis of the K.V

 

Kendriya Vidyalaya No.2, Kalpakkam, Located on the idyllic and serene backdrop of The Bay of Bengal, under the canopy of tall greenery stands Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 2 established in May 1980. The Vidyalaya is run by KVS an autonomous body under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India. School is affiliated to the CBSE Board for Xth and XII.

Being located in the Department of Atomic Energy Township, Kalpakkam, it enjoys the Patronage of D.A.E. It serves mainly the scholastic needs of the children of the employees and children belonging to other categories, say II to VIII from the nearby  village areas  and neighbourhood places like Mahabalipuram and Thirukazhukundram. 

As per the enrolment in the current acedemic year ( 2007-08 ) 72.5% of students hail from category I , 6.5% from categories II to VII and 22% from category VIII. Therefore this institution in a major way caters to the needs of project employees, besides taking care of other employees  (28.5%). Thus we very well claim that democracy in education to the extend possible is being  achieved.