School Events

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Holi was celebrated in school on march 2nd, 2018 in a traditional manner with great fervor and enthusiasm. Students and staff rejoiced, made merry and submerged themselves in the colors of Holi with dancing and singing. The principal of the school joined the event and told the students about the importance of this festival. Students enjoyed delicious "Gujias" after the celebration.




Rakshabandhan was celebrated on 26th August 2018. Students had a very homely feeling as they dressed up on this auspicious occasion in authentic Indian attire and enjoyed the day with exchange of rakhis and gifts which came from their homes. It was a very healthy and happy celebration for both girls and boys who cherished the pure relation of a brother and a sister


Adventure Trip-2018

The school organized Dharamshala trip from 12th May to 16th May 2018 . First day of the trip went on with full enthusiasm and excitement heading towards McLeod Ganj.

Second day of the trip the students visited the temple that had an attached bath pool, whose source was a glacier. Further trekking they came across a waterfall. Later in evening students visited the Monastery, bringing the day to end in peace.

Third day, it was a visit to Kangra, where students started the day with blessing from Maa Brijeshwari’s temple. Next destination for the day was Kangra fort. After enjoying the lovely view of fort, students went to Dharamshala Park. Day ended by spending some time in shopping at McLeod Ganj.

Fourth day was planned to capture the beautiful serene of Palampur. The day started in Palampur with all positive vibes at Chamunda Mata temple. After that beautiful Art Gallery of Sobha Singh was visited which was a wonderful experience of artwork. Tea gardens cannot be missed when you are at Palampur, after visiting tea garden students headed towards famous Baijnath temple of Kangra and the day was wind up by worshipping load Shiva.

Fifth day was all about packing back all the lovely memories of the place and moving back to Chinmaya Nauni.




On 17th February 2018 class +1 students organized a farewell party for their seniors class +2 at Centa Rosa Resort. The party started with opening speech, titles and the cultural performance was given by the students. On the basis of talent hunt, ramp walk and tasks, Mst. Hitesh and Miss Ishita were declared as Mr. and Miss Farewell where as Mst. Rishab Gangwar and Miss Pranshul were declared Mr. and Miss Chinmaya. After that ,small speech was given by the Principal. At last party came to an end with grand dinner and joint session, in which everyone matched their feet with the music.



Annual Function "Navrang-2017"

Annual Function "Navrang" was celebrated in our school on 9th Dec, 2017 with great zeal and zest. Honorable Chief guests Superintendent of Police Solan Mr.Mohit Chawla, Mr. O.P. Chaudhary(Vice President Haryana Congress), Mr. Tarsem Bharti Chairman of Himachal Pradesh Indoor Cricket Association (HPICA) and Mr. Baldev Thakur (Pradhan G.P. Nauni) graced the occasion along with other dignitaries. The function started with the Lighting of lamp by chief guest accompanied by our worthy director Dr.Ravi Dutt Gaur , Mr. Vivek Sharma and Principal Mr. Subhojit Ghosh . The cultural program presented by students was applauded by one and all .All items were based on different themes. Academic and other prizes were given to students by the chief guest. The program ended ceremonially with the speech of chief guest and vote of thanks given by the director of school.




Our school organized the Book fair 2017 on 27th August 2017 to 29th August 2017 and various schools and colleges attended it. It was a multilingual literary concoction aimed to suit the needs of different groups. It was the third open book fair of its kind in Solan and immensely enjoyed by the visitors. The event was a success with students as well as teachers having a great time with the “books- one’s best friend”.


Annual School Fete - 2017

The Annual School Fete was held in the campus of Chinmaya Vidyalaya on 28th August 2017 where the news bureau of 18TV Mr. Kirti Kaushal was the chief guest and motivator chief Mr. Baldev Singh Gram Panchayat President of Nauni. There were various games and food stalls set by our adorable students. The fete was immensely enjoyed by parents and other visitors.


Adventure Trip-2017

The school organized Manali Camp Trip between May 6th to May 10th, 2017. Students enjoyed trekking at Solang Village and Anjani Mahadev respectively. They also took part in Rappelling , River Crossing, Zorbing and Mountain bikes enthusiastically. Evert body got refreshed amidst the serene surroundings of this place.


Annual Day-2016

Annual Function "TARANG" was celebrated in school on 10th Dec, 2016 with great zeal and zest. Honorable Chief guest Superintendent of Police Shimla Mr.Ramesh Chhajta graced the occasion along with other dignitaries. The function started with the Lighting of lamp by chief guest accompanied by our worthy director Dr. Sunil Dhand and Principal Mr. Subhojit Ghosh . An Art and Craft exhibition put up by our students was highly appreciated by chief guest and parents.

The cultural program presented by students was applauded by one and all .All items were based on different themes like National Integration, Peace and Harmony, Women Empowerment, Mahishamardini Stotram etc. The item Shimmering Smilies presented by tiny tots added beauty to the program.

Academic and other prizes were given to students by the chief guest . The program ended ceremonially with the speech of chief guest and vote of thanks given by the director of school.



Chinmaya Vidyalaya Nauni, Solan has been the venue for the CBSE CLUSTER XVIII BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Under 19 – Boys & Girls – 2016.

The Basketball fiesta, in which the Basketball Teams from the CBSE Affiliated Schools of Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh the Union Territory of Chandigarh participated, lasted for five days, from 19th October to 23rd October, 2016.

Shri. Virender Kashyap Honorable Member of Parliament on 19th October. He declared the game open and wished good luck to all teams.

The closing ceremony was held on 23rd October,2016. Dr. Col. Dhani Ram Shandil Honorable Minister of Social Justice Empowerment & Sainik Welfare was the chief guest who gave away the prize to runners up and winning teams.



Teacher’s day was celebrated on 5th September, 2016 with a lot of enthusiasm and vigour. The function was organized by the students and was of extremely satisfactory level where the teachers as well as the students had an amazing time. The class XII batch of 2016-17 donated a to the school and the 30 kg cake was ordered for the event. The efforts of the students were covered and highlighted by the media as well.

An exemplary activity done on Teacher’s Day was the benevolence shown by all staff member by contributing for the fruits, sweets and food grains. A team of teachers and students along with Principal visited the under-privileged children at Himgiri Kalyan Asharam, Shilli and Zonal Hospital at Solan where the eatables were distributed to children and patients respectively.



Our heart is filled with immense joy as we announce that our schools Boys Basketball team won in the Utkarsh Sahodaya Basketball Tournament-2016 for the third time and make it a hat trick. The tournament was organized on 3rd September 2016 to 4th September 2016 with various teams of Sahodaya schools from Solan and Shimla participated. It was an extremely enjoyable event where the students had a great time cheering the sports team and raising their spirits.


Independence Day 15th August 2016

Independence Day was celebrated very joyously and colorfully. Students interpreted different cultures in their dance forms. There was a vivid display of South-Indian, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi styles of dance. Elaborate speeches of the struggle and hardships of freedom fighters and their sacrifice for the country gave goose bumps.

The patriotic song sung by our students and staff mesmerized the entire crowd.

Overall it was a heart touching event and the students as well as the teachers enjoyed it thoroughly.



A Blood Donation camp was organized by our school’s NSS Unit in association with the Rotary club of Solan on 22/11/2015. There were enthusiastic participants from outside the school and even the teachers donated. Mr. Madan Himachali was the chief guest of this event and appreciated the efforts of staff members who look the initiative of organizing this camp for a noble cause.


Annual Sports Day-‘Umang 2015’ was an extremely successful event held in our school on 7th November 2015. Dr Daljeet Singh (Vice Chancellor of Bahra University) was the esteemed chief guest and praised the efforts of the whole school in bringing different pieces together to make this event happen.

There were various sports drills and cultural performances which was a delight to be witnessed by all the guests including the parents. The day was indeed celebrated with great vigour and the function proved to be a grand affair.

Smt. Santosh Dhand Memorial Trophy was awarded to the best house (Tagore House)



On 21st February 2015 the class +1 students organized a farewell party for their seniors class +2 at Centa Rosa Resort. The party started with opening speech, titles and the cultural performance were given by the students. On the basis of talent hunt, ramp walk and tasks, Mst. Lahul and Miss Riya were declared as the Mr. and Miss Farewell where as Mst. Paras Anand and Miss Simran Rana were declared Mr. and Miss Chinmaya. After that ,small speech was given by the Principal Mr. Subhojeet Ghosh and the Vice Principal Mr. Sushil Kumar. At last party came to an end with grand dinner and joint session, in which everyone matched their feet with the music.



Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Nauni, Solan, has organized a special 7 days camp, in the adopted village, Nauni, from 11th to 18th October, 2014, with 30 volunteers. The opening of the programme was done by Advocate Sanjeev Panwar. The volunteers worked on the various utilization activities of wasteland, cleaning of public places, creating awareness among the villagers about cleanliness, especially that of water sources. The students interacted with the villagers, daily and the villagers also came forward to help the NSS Volunteers, in the various activities they had been dealing with. The resource persons, from various departments, interacted with the students daily, and shared a lot of time. The camp was a huge success, as it was helpful for both the students and the villagers. It was fun, work, wisdom and even a source of encouragement for the students and the villagers. The Panchayat authority and the people of Nauni were appreciating the National Service Scheme Volunteers for the efforts they have taken and their contribution for the betterment of Nauni.



28th September 2014 was the destined day for a group of 47 students accompanied by Mr. Anshul Verma and Miss. Rajni Sharma, and Mr. Sateesh, to embark on a grand trip to the queen of beaches – Goa through Mumbai, at 05:00 AM, in a Bus designed for entertainment. Though the train journey for almost a day was not that good part of the programme, the weeklong trip turned out be a great experience for each and every one of us.

The Trip included the major attractions of Goa, like Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Beach, Dona Paula Beach etc, in addition to the famous Marine Drive, Mannath, Juhu Beach, Essel World and Water Park, Haji Ali, Siddi Vinayak Temple, Gateway Of India, The Taj, and so on….. The students really enjoyed shopping at Linking Road, Colaba, and so on. Even some parents have joined the trip. The ferry ride, beaches and the food were major attractions for the students. The tour party was back in the campus on 5th October, 2014.


Children’s Science Congress 2014

A two-days long ‘Children’s Science Congress – Solan Sub Division’ was held in the campus, on 30th September and 1st October, 2014. The Science Exhibition cum Competition was organized by The Deputy Director of Elementary Education, Solan District, supported by SCSTE, Shimla. About fifty schools in the Solan subdivision participated in the Congress. Devi Aparajitha, a XI Science student of our school, won the third prize for the science modeling, on the topic Climate and Development. The winners would participate in the District Level Science Congress, next month.



The navratri celebrations in the school came to an end on 2nd October. The students who were fasting for the past nine days, had attended the special prayer service, arranged in the temple, headed by Mr. Vinet Kumar Shastri and attended by the Principal. In the afternoon, all the students and teachers also joined for the feast at the havan point, marking the end of the fasting, and the celebrations.


FAQ's General

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When was the School established?

The School was established in 1984 by Dr.Y.S.Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry for the children of its faculty who reside inside the campus of the University. In 1992 it was taken over by the Chinmaya mission. It got affiliated to the CBSE in the same year.

What is the size of the School and the number of students?

The School is spread over about 11 acres of land. The number of students in the School is about 400.

The School is up to what level?

The School is from 1st to Class XII.

To which Board is the School affiliated?

The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.

How to reach the School?


The School is about 320 kms from Delhi and can be reached by road in about 7 hrs and 30 mts. Those who travel by road are advised to start early in the morning to avoid rush hour traffic and save about 2 hrs. The route is via Panipat, Karnal, Ambala, Zirakpur and Kalka.


This is by far the best way to visit the School. There are a number of trains running between Delhi and Kalka. Each train has a connecting toy train running from Kalka to Solan but because the toy train takes a long time to reach Solan and also because the School is another 15 kms from Solan, it is advisable to hire a taxi from Kalka to the School. The taxi rates are about Rs.1100 for single way or to and fro travel. Those people who want to go back on the same day are advised to travel to Kalka by the morning Shatabdi Express and return by the evening Shatabdi. The time table as prevailing on 1st of Sept ’10 is given below:

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The nearest airports to the School are Chandigarh and Shimla. It takes about two and a half hours from Chandigarh and one and a half hours from Shimla to reach the School by taxi.

Where to stay while visiting the School?

There are a number of hotels in Solan like Himani Resots, Paragon Hotel, Ambusha Resorts, Mayur Hotel etc. Himani Resorts is best of the lot.

Is the School Co-educational?

Yes, the School is Co-educational.

Do boys and girls have separate hostels?

Yes, boys and girls have separate hostel.

When does the School session start?

The School session starts on the first working day of April every year and ends somewhere in the third week of March. The session for Class XI starts on the 15th of April every year. New admits generally join the School between March and June.

What is the average Class size?

Each Class on an average has 15-20 students thus providing individual attention to the students.

Does the School admit children of other Boards?

Yes, the School admits children from other Boards.

FAQ's Others

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Do you allow children to call their parents on phone?

The children are not allowed to call their parents. On the other hand the parents are allowed to call their children once a week on designated days and timings.

Is there any other mode of communication?

The students are allowed to send emails under supervision and letter writing is compulsory once a fortnight.

Do you allow the parents to meet their children & take them out?

The parents are advised to visit their children on Saturdays after School hours if they so wish. They can take the child out for the night and leave the child back on Sunday evening or Monday morning, only if it is not made a practice.

Do you take students out for tours, treks etc.?

Yes, the children are taken on an educational tour (optional) of 5-7 days every year. In addition they are taken on regular outings to places like Shimla, Kausali etc. A camp is also organised every year.

Is the School only for Hindus?

The School has students of various religions like Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs,Budhists and Christians and all the students are encouraged to practise their own religion in their own way.

FAQ's Boarding

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Do the students get separate rooms?

No, there are no separate rooms, there are different dormitories accommodating between 12 to 28 children.

Who looks after the small kids?

There are matrons who look after the small kids and house masters who look after the different dormitories supervised by a Hostel Suprintendent.

Do you provide Non-vegetarian food?

We provide only vegetarian food with eggs.

What sort of drinking water is provided?

We have Reverse Osmosis (RO) filters for the children.

Are fruits and milk provided?

Yes seasonal fruits are provided regularly and milk twice a day. All meals have green vegetables, pulses and yogurt. Sweet dish is provided daily during dinner.

What about the children who do not eat properly?

Special attention is given to such children and a teacher is made responsible to look after the child.

What about laundry?

There is in house laundry. Children above Class V are encouraged to wash their own undergarments.

FAQ's Facilities

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What are the sports facilities in the School?

The School provides facilities for  Cricket, Football, Volley ball, Basket ball, Badminton etc.

What are the other extracurricular activities that take place in the School?

The following are some of the other activities:

  • Declamation
  • Debate
  • Poetry Recitation
  • Geeta Shlok recitation
  • Patriotic song Competition
  • Calligraphy
  • Painting competition
  • Fancy Dress
  • Rangoli
  • Stage shows
  • Music
  • Indoor games like chess,carom etc.
What are the medical facilities available in the School?

The Director of the School is a qualified Doctor and looks after the health needs of the children. In addition there is a Medical Centre in the University campus with a resident Doctor and an ambulance.

Do you have computer teaching?

Yes,we have a well equipped computer lab.

Do the students take part in tournaments?

Yes, tournaments are held in the School in all disciplines and all the students are encouraged to take part. In addition the School holds inter School tournaments and also sends the children to other Schools to participate.

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"Quality Boarding Schools in the lap of Nature"

If you were to scour the country for India’s best boarding schools, Chinmaya Vidyalaya would rank high up among them. It is indeed one of the finest residential schools in India for both boys as well as girls. Situated in Nauni (Solan) in Himachal Pradesh, it offers a great environment for learning.

Chinmaya Vidyalaya is affiliated with the CBSE Board as is well renowned for the superior facilities and academics that it provides. North India is known for its great boarding schools, and this one simply is another feather in the hat for being one of the best boarding schools in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.

The aim here are Chinmaya Vidyalaya is to promote a cult of creative goodness amongst children. The school offers co-education, English Medium, CBSE affiliation and Senior secondary boarding schools in India services.

Both boys and girls are invited to make the most of the environment that is so conducive for learning. The misty hills of Nauni, Himachal Pradesh, ensure that children are healthy and comfortable at all times.

Hostel facilities at Chinmaya Vidyalay for both boys and girls are known to be best for both boys as well as girls. Primary, Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary levels are adhered to.

If you are indeed considering a boarding school for the overall welfare and development of your child, you should indeed consider the amazing opportunity that Chinmaya Vidyalaya in Nauni Himachal Pradesh has to offer.

Our focus here is to create individuals who are keen on winning and achieving success in life on all fronts. It is up to you, only you can decide your kid’s future. So, be sure to spend some time in deciding, which school is the best for your kid’s education and you have to consider Chinmaya Vidyalay, as it is one of the most credible school sin north India for both boys as well as girls.

A good education at a residential school in a great environment can gift your children with wings, which they can use to fly high and achieve what life has in store for them. So, let them fly, by giving them the right foundation, on which, they can stand and prepare to face every challenge that comes their way going forward.


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