About School
Welcome to Bhavan's Shri A. K. Doshi Vidyalaya, Jamnagar Loading Error km1 We all believe that road to success starts with education, and accurately chosen school can become a foundation and a springboard to continue the path on the way to high-paying career and respectable position in the society. Through a student-centered education, Bhavan’s Shri A. K. Doshi Vidyalaya aims to provide a challenging, balanced program that supports students to reach their academic potential. Through small class sizes, differentiated instruction and engagement of the teachers, every student at Bhavan’s is well-known by the teachers and treated as an individual. Our intention is that all our students complete a broad and balanced course. Throughout the key stages we focus on developing a range of skills including: Imagination and Creativity, Expression, Visual thinking, Observational skills, Problem solving and analytical skills . KULAPATI KANAIYALAL MANEKLAL MUNSHI, HAD A HUMBLE ORIGIN. HE WAS BORN AT BROACH (GUJARAT) ON DECEMBER 30, 1887, TO TAPIBEHN AND MANEKLAL. HE COMPLETED HIS SCHOOL AND COLLEGIATE EDUCATION, THE LATTER IN BARODA WHERE HE HAD SRI AUROBINDO AS ONE OF HIS TEACHERS (1902). SRI AUROBINDO’S INSPIRING WRITINGS IN YUGANTAR, BANDE MATARAM AND KARMAYOGI WERE READ BY MUNSHI AVIDLY. MUNSHI ENTERED THE LEGAL PROFESSION IN 1913 IN MUMBAI. WITH A FLOURISHING PRACTICE AT THE BAR, HE WAS, HOWEVER, DRAWN TO POLITICS, FIRST TO DR. ANNIE BESANT AND LATER TO MAHATMA GANDHI. UNDER THE LATTER’S LEADERSHIP, HE PARTICIPATED IN THE SALT SATYAGRAHA IN 1930 AND WAS IMPRISONED FOR SIX MONTHS; LATER IN 1932, HE WAS SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS’ RIGOROUS IMPRISONMENT. MUNSHI’S PUBLIC CAREER BEGAN WITH HIS ENTRY INTO THE BOMBAY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL IN 1927 AND REACHED ITS ZENITH IN THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY (1946-50). AS A MEMBER OF THE DRAFTING COMMITTEE OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION, HE CONTRIBUTED SUBSTANTIALLY TO THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE MINORITIES, THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE AND THE JUDICIARY. HE WAS AN ADVOCATE OF HINDI AS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE BUT WAS AGAINST LINGUISTIC FANATICISM. HE WAS A LOVER OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AND HARBOURED NO HATRED OF THE ENGLISH AS A RACE. AS ONE WHO BELIEVED IN THE UNITY OF INDIA WITH A STRONG CENTRE, AND AS LEGAL ADVISER TO SOME STATE RULERS, HE PLAYED A DECISIVE ROLE IN THE INTEGRATION OF STATES; HE FAVOURED POLICE ACTION IN HYDERABAD AS THE INDIAN AGENT THERE IN 1948.


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