Welcome to Aklavya International School, Celebrating TWO decades of excellence in education
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Wow Activities

Divya Darshan

  • Ensure Wow vision Naturally
  • Throw away glasses
  • Multiply problems with one solution
  • We use natural therapy
  • The ever- never first attempt made by our ACHARIYA World Class Education in Puducherry

Divya Drishti - Third Eye Activation

A program that naturally brings out the super possibility and potentiality of your kid which benefits them with,

  • “See-Read” with Eyes Closed (Blindfolded)
  • Enriches Intuition Power
  • Balances Right & Left Brain
  • Expands Memory
  • Improves Creativity
  • Develops Concentration
  • Confidence Boosting
  • Emotion Management
  • Improves Motor skills
  • Enhances Academic Performance

Our ACHARIYANS are trained for 6 Levels in Divyadrishti to activate their Third-Eye. Weekly classes are gifted for them during the school hours .

DMIT Report

We strongly believe that every human being is born with an inborn talent and multiple intelligence

Through this report every child is able to identify his or her inborn talent then he or she can build upon it and can show early excel in life

This analysis will clearly highlight the True Talent, Multiple Intelligences, preferred Learning Style, Level of various quotients, Personality Trait , Behaviour ,Strength and Weakness and also the way to develop the desired intelligence.

This analysis discloses the inborn qualities. Our highly trained and skilled counselors will interpret this report in detail and will be more than happy to answer any and all questions that you may have and provide you with remedies if required.

Extra Curricular Activities

For Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of Extra-curricular activities during their time at school — in sport, music For personal development

  • They can help your child build their skills outside of the classroom
  • They provide social opportunities.
  • The following ECA Activities provide a productive break from study
  • Keyboard
  • Chess
  • Skating
  • Table tennis
  • Drums
  • Classical dance
  • Western dance
  • Karate
  • Taekwondo
  • Athletics
  • Violin
  • Silambam
  • Lawn tennis
  • Veena
  • Mallakhamb


Mallakhamb is an ancient Indian sport that originated as a form of training for wrestlers to enhance their strength, agility, and flexibility. The practice of Mallakhamb involves performing acrobatic and gymnastic exercises on a vertical wooden pole or a hanging rope.

Mallakhamb activities help in improving balance, coordination, and overall physical fitness, making it an excellent choice for school sports programs. Students engaging in Mallakhamb learn to control their body movements and build core strength through a series of dynamic poses and postures.

This traditional art form not only promotes physical fitness but also enhances mental focus and concentration, benefiting students in their academic pursuits. Mallakhamb fosters teamwork and camaraderie as students often practice together, supporting each other in mastering the various poses and techniques.

The sport is a great way to instill discipline and perseverance among students, as mastering Mallakhamb requires dedication and consistent practice. Mallakhamb activities are inclusive, allowing students of varying fitness levels to participate and progress at their own pace.

The unique combination of strength and flexibility gained through Mallakhamb can contribute to injury prevention and overall well-being for students. Introducing Mallakhamb in school activities not only adds a cultural and historical aspect but also provides a fun and challenging way for students to stay active and healthy.


Silambam, a traditional Indian martial art, is an excellent activity for our school to promote physical fitness and mental discipline. Engaging in Silambam activities fosters coordination, balance, and flexibility among students, contributing to their overall well-being.

The rhythmic movements of Silambam enhance concentration and focus, making it a beneficial practice for students to develop better attention spans. Silambam encourages teamwork as students often engage in partner drills, promoting camaraderie and cooperation.

Learning Silambam instills a sense of cultural awareness and appreciation for traditional Indian martial arts. The practice of Silambam involves the use of a bamboo staff, providing students with a unique and exciting physical challenge.

Silambam routines are not only physically demanding but also help students build resilience and perseverance. This traditional art form can be a great stress-reliever, offering students a healthy outlet to channel their energy and emotions.

Silambam promotes self-discipline, as students must adhere to specific techniques and rules during their practice sessions. Implementing Silambam activities in our school can contribute to a well-rounded education, incorporating physical fitness, cultural awareness, and character development.

Sports Day

"Sports lead to a well balanced mental and physical growth and tones up muscles and strengthen bones, it also helps to improve students academic level and make them alert and attentive"

ACHARIYA villianur campus celebrate Annual sports day in the month of August with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. The Augustus program starts with school prayer song, our beloved MD Dr.J.Arawindhan ji honours us with his invaluable presence. A distinguished personality in the field of sports hoist the Olympic flag followed by school flag by our ASM VL Principal . Our sports day begin with the march past where our chief guest take the Salute. To enliven the sports event our chief guest light the Olympic torch . Our energetic and dynamic students perform in various events which overwhelm each& every one.

A lot of enthusiasm is to be seen during the whole process of annual sports day ,parents turn out in great number to witness this event. Our chief guest and our beloved MD Dr.J.Arawindhan ji present the winner house with the overall Champion Trophy. The success of the event assures by the meticulous planning of our ASM VL team.

Co-Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities fuel the kids learning by stimulating creative thought, improving their social and organizational skills, developing their interests and talents, and offering them the chance to switch off and do something they really enjoy. The following Co-curricular activities are designed and balanced with academic curriculum so that every student gets to learn beyond subjects.

  • SUPW( socially useful productive work)
  • Art and craft
  • Physical education
  • English reading card
  • Tamil reading card
  • Math buddy
  • Math memory card on multiplication tables
  • Toon Times
  • Music
  • Drawing
  • WOW(Wonder of Words)
  • Yoga
  • English speed card
  • Tamil speed card
  • Math Speed Card
  • Young scientists


To encourage Knowledge enrichment and excellence in all subjects, ACHARIYA established different clubs subject wise. The Prime duties of these clubs are conducting competitions, promoting different subjects skills and conduct competitions.

  • English– “John Milton Club”
  • Tamil – “ACHARIYA Tamil Sangam”
  • Maths – “Ramanujam Club”
  • Science – “Sri.C.V.Raman Club”
  • Social – “Shivaji Club”
  • French – “Indo- French”

WOW Schooling

  • Aklavya ICSE International School is an ISO 9001 – 2008 certified school
  • Aklavya ICSE International School is a proud partner with CIV International School, Nice-France and accredited with Indo-French Partnership
  • Catering to the needs of students, Aklavya gives individual attention to each student learner. The class strength is only 20 to 25
  • Continuous professional development of teachers Adolescent Education, Student counselling, Career counselling and skill training are a mandatory part of school curriculum
  • Excellent world class education at affordable fees. Scholarships for deserving and meritorious students
  • Focus on all round personality development – The school has Stephen Covey’s “Leader in Me”, 26 Extra Curricular activity training to choose from, Yoga, Malkhamb, Chess, Silambam, Music, Creya Steam Education, School Cinema and Agreach as mandatory activities in built into the curriculum
  • Equal importance is given to arts and humanities
  • Students learn the subject in depth and has a Student oriented syllabus which is covered by Interactive and self learning method, ensuring Fun and joyous way of learning
  • Learning improvement facilitation and training classes for slow learners



  • Admission to classes I –VIII will be considered subject to availability of seats.
  • Admission for Classes I to V from all schools recognized by ICSE/CBSE, only on production of T.C duly issued by competent authorities.
  • Admission is based on First Come First Serve basis only for classes 1 – 4.
  • For classes 4 – 9, admission is based on First – cum-First Served basis and on the basis of the performance in the written tests/interview. Language, Numerical and Scientific ability is tested at the tests/interview.
  • In general preference will be given to students from ICSE schools.


  • Application for admission should be accompanied with the birth certificate and resident address proof.
  • Application form can be procured on payment of Rs.500/-
  • Previous school record (T.C, Conduct Certificate and Aadhar Card) should be produced at the time of admission.
  • On admission, a BMIT (Brain Mapping Intelligence Test) of the child will be taken, by capturing the fingerprints of the child.
  • A counselling session, indicating the distribution of Intelligence of the child, the learning styles, the personality type, the leadership traits, the possible fields in which the child could excel and become the Wonder of the World by exploring this World of Wonders and also planning to Work out Wonders during his/her prime years will be discussed in detail. In areas where there is a need for improvement, the same will be discussed with the parent in detail during the counselling session.


Please ensure the following when you seek admission: Seat availability. If yes, check age limit criteria AGE LIMIT: As of 30th March

For Admission to Class Minimum Age

  • KG – I 3+ to 4 years
  • KG – II 4+ to 5 years
  • Grade I 5+ to 6 years


Counselling of BMIT will be done by the Principal personally for each and every student who takes admission into our school.


Admission can be made in person by getting the admission form from the Office and making admission on acceptance by making the payment of the admission fees. As an alternative, you could also make admission online by accessing the admission form available in the following link:

1. Fill Application Form

  • Aklavya ICSE International School is an ISO 9001 – 2008 certified school.
  • A photocopy of the Student’s Passport (with pages of Date of Birth / Resident Permit / Names of the Parents)
  • A photocopy of the Father’s and Mother’s Passports (with pages of Date of Birth and Resident Permit)
  • A photocopy of the recent Report Card from the School last studied (Not applicable for KG- I)
  • Two recent passport-size colour photos (name of the student should be written on the backside of each of the photographs with ballpoint pen)
  • A photocopy of the Vaccination Report of the child (only for KG I children)
  • A photocopy of the child’s birth certificate (only for KG I children ) TC from the last school.

2. Receive admission card

3. Pay admission fees and confirm admission (within 24 hours)
School Transport – Request you to:

  • Check availability in your area
  • Buy Prospectus/Registration Form/Application Form from the Accounts Department (Cash Counter) in the Administrative block.
  • Fill application form & submit at the Office.
  • Pay the transport fees
  • Meet the transport Manager and register your ward’s name

For Grades 3 & above – Request you to :

  • Check availability in your area
  • Check seat availability at the office
  • Get syllabus from Office for entrance exam
  • Bring student for exam
  • Once found eligible, please follow admission process

(Minimum eligibility – 60% pass in grade appropriate Math, English and Science concepts)

Complete Admission by following the Admission Process

Parents seeking admission should ensure Seat Availability with Principal/Senior Vice-Principal/ Manager – Administration. If seat is available, they should decide whether School Transport is required. If required, the availability of the same in their area should be ensured with the Transport-in-charge. If school transport is available, then the parents will have to buy the Prospectus/Registration Form/Application Form from the Accounts Department (Cash Counter) in the Administrative block. Following that, the parents will have to fill in the Registration Form/Application Form that they get along with the Prospectus and submit it at the reception (Academic block) to the Principal’s Secretary. The following supporting documents must be submitted along with the Registration/Application form.

  • A photocopy of the Student’s Passport (with pages of Date of Birth/Resident Permit/Names of the Parents)
  • A photocopy of the Father’s and Mother’s Passports (with pages of Date of Birth and Resident Permit)
  • A photocopy of the recent Report Card from the School last studied (Not applicable for children who seek Admission for KG I)
  • Two recent passport-size colour photos (name of the student should be written on the back of each of the photographs with ballpoint pen)
  • A photocopy of the Vaccination Report of the child (only for KG I children)
  • A photocopy of the child’s birth certificate (only for KG I children)

While submitting the filled-in Registration Form / Application Form, the parent will get the Admission Test syllabus and an Admission Card or a Provisional Admission Card in which, the date and time of the Admission Test would be mentioned.On the Test date, the students ( along with the parents ) should come to the School, with the Admission Card and take the Test. The student should be well-prepared with the syllabus provided by us. Most of the time, result is announced on the same day itself. If the student passes the Test, Principal / Senior Vice-Principal interviews / interacts with the parents and the student.The child should get minimum 60% marks in basic English, Mathematics, and Science.Once the Admission is confirmed, Principal / Senior Vice-Principal / Vice-Principal / Headmistress issues the Admission Card to the particular class. Within 24 hours, fees should be paid. Admission is not guaranteed if you come on a later date. If fees is not paid within 24 hours, the seat offered to your child goes to the next one on the waiting list.However, before paying the fees, the parents have to decide whether School Transport is required. If required, the seat-availability of it in their area should be ensured with the Transport in charge, at the Transport Department. If available, they can go to the Accounts Department ( Cash Counter ), collect the Admission Form, fill it, and pay the Admission / Tuition / Special / Transport fees.If fees for School Transportation is also paid at the Fees Payment Counter, parents have to go back to the Transport Department, show the receipt to the Transport in charge for fixing the bus in which their child would be commuting.Within three weeks, the parents have to submit the Original Transfer Certificate of their child ( if the child is admitted in Class II or higher classes ) from the school that he / she last studied. The Transfer Certificate should be submitted at the Administrative block ( Admin Executive ), in the Main School.

Rules and Regulations

  • Students must reach school on time. Late comers are not allowed to enter the campus, if they don’t have a valid reason for being late. The reason should be recorded in the diary.
  • Every student must carry a copy of the Student’s Diary and it should be brought to the School daily. The student’s diary keeps parents informed of the day to day performance / progress and shortcomings of their ward. Parents are requested to check the diary daily and to keep in touch with the school if there is any adverse remark about the ward. Parents are requested to furnish all particulars required in the diary.
  • Personal cleanliness and hygiene are expected from all. Shabby, uncombed and long hair is not permitted. Fancy haircuts are not allowed either. Hair should always be well groomed and for girls with long hair, it should be neatly tied back.
  • Students must have the complete school uniform exact in colour and pattern prescribed. A student without proper uniform is asked to return home.
  • Running, shouting and playing inside the school building is forbidden. Silence must be observed when moving around the school building.
  • If a student is late or absent, he / she must bring a written explanation in the “Absence Record / Late coming Record” in the student’s diary.
  • No student leaves the school premises without the permission of the Principal.
  • The school is not responsible for books, money, valuables, clothes and other articles that are lost. Students must take care of their own belongings. It is not advisable to have money or valuable articles with them. All are advised to carry their books in secure bags that can be locked.
  • No books (other than those prescribed and library books), comics, newspapers, periodicals etc. shall be brought to the school without the consent of the school authorities. Floppy discs, CD – ROMs, DVDs, Audio Cassettes, Video Cassettes, CDs, Electronic equipment like MP3 players, GSM, mobile phones and smartwatches are strictly prohibited.
  • All curricular, co-curricular, extra-curricular activities, literary and cultural programs and sports and games are compulsory for students, unless prevented to do so on medical grounds.
  • Any damage done to school property is to be made good. Students throwing waste material are warned and fined. Remember to keep the school premises clean.
  • All students are responsible to the school authorities for their behavior both in and outside the school. Any objectionable behavior reported or observed outside the school premises on the part of the students is dealt with severely.
  • Disrespect and disobedience to teachers / supervisors, use of abusive language and any kind of misconduct is met with serious punishment and may lead to dismissal.
  • Students with irregular attendance and conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school may be asked to leave the school.
  • Morning assembly is compulsory for all students & Students should respect their teachers and fellow- students and behave decorously at all times.
  • The one key rule – not only for school, but for life is “Behave with honesty, courtesy and common sense at all times.”

Social Attitudes

  • GUESTS: Any visitor to our school is a guest. As at home, we stand up to welcome them. We offer them a seat or show them to the office or to the person they want to meet.
  • A word or note of thanks is not only an essential ingredient of daily life, but gives so much pleasure to both sides.
  • Always ensure that the person with whom you are talking has your full attention. Don’t be distracted in the middle of a conversation as this is considered rude.
  • English is to be spoken at all times, in the campus. Students speaking in any other language while at school are fined. Aklavya International School is an English medium school and each student is obliged to promote English as the language for communication.

A special request to parents

  • Give the school your trust and co-operation.
  • Ensure that your children respect, obey and co-operate with the teachers.
  • Support the various activities of the school.
  • Give quality time to your child at home.


  • Parents have to submit a written application for leave and obtain the necessary permission from the Principal before their child / children proceed on leave. Parents are advised to meet the Principal with their child / children before they attend classes after long leave.
  • Application for leave on medical grounds should be supported by authentic medical certificates.
  • Absence without permission should be avoided. A student’s name is struck off the rolls if he / she is absent for 15 working days unless the leave is sanctioned by the Principal in advance. Such students are admitted only after paying re-admission fee and all dues up to the date of re-admission.The final decision regarding this matter is left to the discretion of the Principal.
  • At least 85 % attendance is necessary to be considered for promotion.
  • Granting of leave does not necessarily mean that the student’s name will be retained in the register indefinitely. It is liable to be struck off on the expiry of the leave granted or in the event of non-payment of fees.
  • Granting of leave does not necessarily mean that the student’s name will be retained in the register indefinitely. It is liable to be struck off on the expiry of the leave granted or in the event of non-payment of fees.
  • No leave is granted during the examination period.