Sarva Vidyalaya Kelavani Mandal has been established in the year 1919, by a Philanthropist Pujya Chhaganbha. The basic principle preached by him “કર ભલા, હોગા ભલા” has been the driving force for the growth of the education
the driving force for the growth of the educational activities managed by the trust. Having started with just 6 students then, today the trust manages and runs various schools and colleges both at Kadi and Gandhinagar with more than 50000 students being educated. of these 50000 students, around 8000 students, both boys and girls, stay in the hostels being managed by the trust.
The trust is being nourished by the society on the whole and managed by its alumni/alumnae who occupy respectable positions in the society. The overseas Indian Community showers in donations to benefit the students for providing them better facilities for study as well as stay.
The trust has always been at the forefront for the provision of value-based education to all the students in schools and colleges irrespective of caste, creed, religion, etc. Keeping in with the main motto “Kar Bhala Hoga Bhala” the admissions to the various courses are strictly conducted on the basis of merit.
The trust also has taken up activities like adopting Anganwadis and Government Schools at Gandhinagar and is very much committed to taking these initiatives forward with rigor for the betterment of the children in these places.
We continues to adapt to new ways of teaching, new disciplines of study and new ways of learning. As a philanthropic educational trust, we enriche the experience of all students by supporting efforts to recruit top faculty, expand academic programs and respond to the emerging needs of our campus and our world.
Sarva Vidyalaya Kelavni Mandal is a private, non-profit institution established in 1919. We offer a range of diverse, rigorous academic programs to enable students to grow into versatile leaders. Our programs include CBSE & GSEB schools, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral studies in areas such as engineering, sciences, management, arts, education, physiotherapy, nursing, pharmacy and computer studies.