Sri. F. G. Pearce's scheme finally received the general approval of the Bihar Govt. in 1952 and the Residential School was opened on 15th November, 1954 at Netarhat with Sri. Charles Napier as its First Principal.

The School admitted the first batch of students numbering 60 in 1954 for a six-years course. From 1982 onwards, the strength of Boys was raised up to 100.

 
 

 
 
 
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NV Painting Exhibition -cum- Sale at Ranchi : 13-14 Sept '14 being part of Diamond Jubilee Year Event
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Tender Notice No. 1381- Invitation of tender for Purchase and supply of various materials
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Tender Notice No. 1354- Invitation of tender
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Invitation for the Netarhat Vidyalaya's Diamond Jubilee Celebration (13-15th November 2014)
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Two Days Painting Exhibition of Netarhat Students


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Based on the pattern of Gurukul
tradition, Netarhat Residential School - a bold experiment in promotion of excellence- imbibes and incorporates all the goodness of an ideal public school. Amidst sylvan serene environs, the school - a unique abode of learning- has been spreading the light of knowledge and culture far and wide. The motto- Atta Deepa Viharath - ignites and enlightens the young mind of students inspiring them to illuminate the whole world by their noble thoughts and deeds.

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