APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR THE FIRMS REGISTRATIONS FOR THE SESSION 2019 - 20
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR THE FIRMS REGISTRATIONS FOR THE SESSION 2019 - 20 ...
swatchta pakhwada to be celebrated from 1/09/2018 to 15/09/2018 ...
Shivam Aswal student of class 11(Science) got Gold Medal in Jigyasa Programme(Quiz Competition) which was held ...
International Yoga day 2018
International Yoga day 2018 was celebrated at Kv Lansdowne on 21 June 2018.All teachers along with students c ...
Annual day 2018 was celebrated at KV Lansdowne on 8th may 2018. Brigadier Indrajeet Chatterjee(Commandant GRRC ...
PRIYANSHU OF CLASS 9th GOT FIRST PRIZE IN JNNSMEE 2018 ( IIT KANPUR). ...
M A Economics
National Anthem Sung by Students
Thought for the Day:
Wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it , right is right even if nobody is doing it .
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The Lansdowne was founded by ‘Lord Lasndowne’ in 1887 A.D., thus the place has been named after him. Lansdowne was originally a popular hill station with the Britishers. Lansdowne was a major place of the activities of freedom fighters from British Garhwal during British period. Nowadays, the famous Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army has its command office 81 km. from Pauri. Lansdowne is situated at altitude of 1,706 meters on a hill, which was originally known as‘Kaludanda’ in local language, enroute Kotware-Pauri road. The nearest railway station is Kotdwar at a distance of 42 km. Lansdowne is 265 km from Delhi, 135 km from Hardwar. Lansdowne is a Military station developed by the Britishers, which is catering for the Recruits Training center of the Garhwal Rifles. The war memorial at the Parade Ground of the Garhwal Rifles Center is an attraction for the visitors. The nearest airport is Jollygrant, a place near to Deharadun at a distance of 182 km. via Kotdwar-Haridwar road. Surrounded by thick Oak and blue Pine forests, Lansdowne is a very charming place for a quiet holiday as it is devoid of the usual hustles and bustle of hill stations. Lansdowne has scenic beauty and good surroundings. The pine and oak trees provide an healthy climate.
K. V. Lansdowne (UK) Earlier to 1964 this Vidyalaya was War Memorial Regimental School, run by Ministry of Defence. In May 1964, it was taken over by the KVS. Mr. C. S. Rawat was the first principal of the Vidyalaya and Col Narender Singh was the first Chairman of the VMC. The Vidyalaya was shifted to present Campus in 1973, Sh. Bhakt Darshan, State Education Minister and Chairman KVs, inaugurated at that time. GRRC provided 15 Acre of land and 9 Barriks for the School.