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DAV Ispat Public School, Nandini Mines
Affiliated to C.B.S.E New Delhi , Affiliation No.3330129, School Code No.10280
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Moral Instructions 
With a view to impart Vedic teaching in the public school system of education the school endeavours to enable the students to imbibe the sublime elements of our culture and civilisation. Stress if laid on the universal aspect of Indian culture and students are introduced to our rich spiritual heritage which transcends the narrow limits of caste, colour, creed and language.
Emphasis is laid on the practical part and all the academic and co-curricular activities which go a long way to build up an atmosphere in which the students imbibe, though unconsciously, the time honoured values of life which we cherish the most.
 
Morning Assembly 
A working day at the school commences with the morning assembly. Recitation of Vedic Mantras in the morning assembly exercises a very ennobling influence on the minds of students. The students are given training in recitation of Ved Mantras. The students are encouraged to sing devotional and patriotic songs. Short talks are given on a variety of subjects such as hygienic habits, good manners, social service, great lives and important happenings in India and abroad particularly immediately after the prayers. Presence of all the students is essential in the morning assembly.

Ten Principles of the Arya Samaj 
  • God is the primary source of all true knowledge and of all that can be known through it.
  • God is existent, intelligent and Blissful. He is Formless, Almighty, Just, Merciful, Unborn, Infinite, Unchallengeable, Beginning less, Incomparable, the Support and Lord of all, Omniscient, Imperishable, Immortal, Fearless, Eternal, Holy and the Maker of the universe. To Him alone worship is due.
  • The Vedas are scriptures of true knowledge. It is the duty of all Aryas to read them, hear them being read and recite them to others.
  • We should always be ready to accept truth and give up untruth.
  • All actions should be performed in conformity with Dharma, that is, after due consideration of right and wrong.
  • The primary aim of the Arya Samaj is to do good for all, that is, to promote their physical, spiritual and social well-being.
  • We should treat all people with love, fairness and due regards for their merit.
  • We should aim at dispelling ignorance and promoting knowledge.
  • One should not only be content with one’s own welfare, but should look for it in the welfare of others also.
  • One should regard oneself under restriction to follow altruistic rulings of the society, while all should be free in following the rules of individual welfare.