BY NIVE( National Institute of Value Education ) , a division of ISKCON

The school works in collaboration with NIVE, an initiative of ISKCON Bangalore, which has designed a curriculum based on the set of values recommended by the NCERT. The aim of NIVE has been to empower children to be able to decide and make conscious and valued decisions.

The V+ classes are interactive and the mentors of NIVE use well-mapped lesson plans to help students connect to the message within. Students are encouraged to apply it in their own lives, through small activities and initiatives. The program also incorporates Moral teachings through Vedic stories inculcating Indian values and culture.

For Grades IX & X, the programme helps to explore the fact that science and spirituality can coexist and converge to give a cogent worldview that inspires an enlightened and enriched living.

Akshaya Patra School visits by students

“Action speaks louder than words.” The quote stands true in all aspects; whether it is to inculcate good manners in children or to imbibe the good virtues of kindness, sharing and to be thankful for what we have.

In the true spirit of the Gurukul tradition of value based system of learning, the students of classes 6 – 10 were given a hand on experience of doing something for their less fortunate friends by The Akshay Patra Foundation. They were taken to BBMP Government schools within Bangalore, where they served the mid-day meal to the students of the Primary classes, which is provided by the Akshay Patra Programme, in association with ISKCON.

Not only did the children learn a great deal from the experience, but they also enjoyed their interaction and play with their little friends. It was an enriching experience to see these children happy and content with what they have, something we fail in.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation School Visits by Students 2016 -17

Students got the opportunity to visit the mega kitchen at The Akshaya Patra Foundation which serves thousands of children every day. After a tour of the state of the art kitchen, the students along with their teachers and Values Plus team went to the government schools where mid-day meals are provided. There the students learnt the value of humility and compassion, as they got an opportunity to serve lunch to those children. After a happy interaction with the school children, the students reflected their experience of compassion through a collage showing gratitude.

Annual Homas

Special Homas are performed by the students of New Horizon Gurukul under the guidance of priests where the students are taught the rituals and prayers invoking Lord Ganapati, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. This is a special feature of Gurukul wherein every student gets an opportunity to imbibe our great culture and traditions.

Parent's Speak

“This is amazing program and happy to see my daughter enjoys it. Stories, shlokas really helps them when they grow. Thanks.”


Kashvi Goundadkar
“Excellent Initiative. It is good to inculcate positive values at this impressionable age.”


Parent of Ishmita Menon 8th ‘D’
“I am happy with the concept of imbibing Indian values in the kids. My son has benefitted from it since the last year. Please continue the same.”

Vamsi Krishna Nuri

Parent of Nischal Nori 6th ‘G’
“It is a wonderful program and is helping our child in imbibing good values and being more organized in terms of thoughts and actions. Really appreciate this program.”

Mahasweta Paul

Parent of Sampada 2nd ‘F’
“The program will definitely build them as good citizens.”

Barenya Senapati

Parent of Sradha Suman 6th ‘C’
“We treat value education as a key in developing the kid for a greater tomorrow with mutual respect to fellow citizens, nation,humanity. Thanks to Gurukul and the teachers. Very Good.”

A Murali

Parent of A Rakshita 5th ‘D’
“So happy to have values in the curriculum and that is one of the reasons for this school. Thank you so much for all the awareness to the kids. Keep it up and let us try our best to conserve the culture and value for the next generation.”

Prasad Bayi

Parent of Tanvir Aditya Bayi 6th ‘B’
“I see a lot of improvement in my son’s behavior like respecting elders and taking responsibilities.”

Santhi Padmaraj

Parent of Sanjay Padmaraj 5th ‘D’
“I am very satisfied with the value plus class. I am finding the difference in my child’s thinking process. No suggestions. The teachers are already doing good.”


Parent of Ayaan Kathuria 1st ‘H’
“This is very good step taken by the school to introduce values & classes. My child is learning about values through stories and movies. What you are doing is really nice. No suggestion at this point of time.”

Arti Sharma

Parent of Alisha Sharma 1st ‘G’