The academic year 2018-19 has been a successful one for the school. At present we have 1256 students and 79 teachers. The results of CBSE Board examinations for Class X and XII were also excellent. The School average for Class X was 86.91%, Class XII 89.28% and all students passed. The highest percentage in Class X was 98.2% and in Class XII 98.4%. The students also performed well in all other activities and the details are given below:


NVS gets reaccredited for the International School Award 2018-21 by the British Council for the 4th consecutive time.

A Heritage EFNG (Education for Next Generation Project 2018-19) in collaboration with WAKAYAMA, Japan and Maharashtra Tourism Department was conducted in School, 2 students and 1 teacher participated.

Academic Achievements

International Level

Rugved Deshmukh of Std XI Sc represented India at the Microsoft Office Specialist Championship held in Florida in the last week of July. Earlier in June, he won the National Championship in Powerpoint 2016 held at Bangalore on 8th and 9th of June.

Nakshatra Salunke (VI D) became the Champion in Regional competition at Aurangabad, National at Hyderabad and International at Colombo, Sri Lanka of SIP Abacus.

Raghav Gupta attained International Rank 8th in the National Cyber Olympiad. He won a Cash prize of Rs.5000

National Level

In the National Level Microsoft Office Specialist Championship held at Bangalore in June Atharva Pawar of Std IX secured the 10th rank.

In the CBSE National Level Science Exhibition 2018 held at Delhi Raghav Gupta, Yash Somani and Atharva Pawar participated.

In the Australian National Chemistry Quiz Rajat Agrawal and Atharva Rathi of Std X and Raghav Gupta of Std XII were awarded with the High Distinction Excellence Certificates.

Raghav Gupta has been awarded the Times Spark Scholarship of Rs. 1 Lakh given by Times of India/ Bennett Coleman Group

State Level

In the International Informatics Olympiad (iiO) Level 2 : 2017 competing with their counter parts from India and abroad the following students of NVS performed very well:

Name Std State Rank
Raghav Gupta XI 2
Ritesh Golwal XI 6
Shivani Gholap XII 5
Tanish Agrawal XII 8

Aryan Girish Daga & Preesha Ashish Agrawal won a silver medal and were honoured as Balvaid nyanik in the State Level Dr. Homi BhabhaBal Vaidnyanik Science Talent Search Competition.

Maharashtra State Scholarship Exam:

Amaan Ali Sayedsecured 8th State rank in the Scholarship Exam organized by Maharashtra State Council of Examination.

Co- Curricular Achievements

Riddhima Nandanwar received a certificate of appreciation for her Bharatnatyam performance in Saptarang International Festival of Indian Art & Culture held at Bali in January 2018.

Bishop MUN held at the Bishops School Pune in February 2019 – 2 students got Best Delegate, 2 students got Honorable Mention and 3 students got Commendable Delegate Award.



Lokmat Dexterous Kidzz Sept 2018 Results (Runners –Up)
Offstage events
1 Tangram Class I and II Consolation
2 Let's Doodle Class III and IV III Position
3 Terrarium Class V Consolation
Lokmat Dexterous Kidzz Sept 2018 Results (Runners –Up)
On stage events
1 Recitation class I and II I position
2 Monuments around the world Class III and IV II position
3 Live reporting class V I position

Campus club championship 2019 Results: (Overall Champions)
Off stage events
1 Greeting card class I and II I position
2 Photos are memories Class III and IV I position
3 Flowers in a basket Class V I position
Campus club championship 2019 Results: (Overall Champions)
On stage events
1 Dance aerobics - Class I and II I position
2 Dance Drama - Class III and IV I position
3 With no rhyme or reason - Class V II position


1 Model Making 1st PRIZE
2 Project on Civic Amenities Management 1st PRIZE
1 Road To Fame 2nd PRIZE
2 Selling Point 1ST PRIZE



1 Canvas Painting 1st PRIZE
2 Tooth Pick Art 2nd PRIZE
1 Group Dance 2nd PRIZE
2 Rock Band Show 1ST PRIZE



Bagged the following prizes

FazleAbbas organized by Stepping Stones High School in November 2018


NVS First in Comedy Duo

Second in Dance, Quiz and Poster Making Competition


On the 9TH of August 11 of our students along with the MUN coordinator Mrs. Thirani left for Mumbai to participate in the Cathedral Model United Nations 2018. Reaching the airport was an adventure in itself, as the delegates braved the Maratha protestors. It all proved to be worthwhile in the end. The delegates engaged in three days of stimulating debate, discussion and diplomacy. This year's CMUN offered a plethora of committees each having an equally challenging agenda. The delegates discussed the issues at hand with a global perspective and came up with practical solutions. Delegates had to think on their feet, as they tackled crises one after the other. Our delegates had to face tough competition as they competed with delegates from prestigious schools across the globe. The CMUN had truly raised the bar for excellence in debating. The delegates came back, motivated and inspired with a conviction that they too could bring about a change in the world!


Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam once said, "Great scientific minds are shaped by unforgettable experiences and some miracle moments". In the current scenario where the world is crying for sustainable development, the young generation gives us hope that we can still have a clean and healthy planet.

Nath Valley School organized the Science, Art, Software and Maths exhibition on August 24, 2018.The chief guest for the event was Dr. Anant Pandhare, CEO, Hedgewar Hospital, Aurangabad. Principal Mr. Dass and Dr. Pandhare declared the exhibition open by unveiling the inaugural project, 'A Virtual Hand', prepared by students, supported by our alumnus.

The theme for the exhibition was 'Clean and healthy planet' stressing on the new buzz word 'Innovation'. It was an impeccable display of ideas moulded into exhibits by students who aptly personified innovation.

The esteemed panel of judges included, Dr. Rajesh Kumar, head of Dept of Forensic Science Aurangabad, Dr, Anjali Rajbhoj, Professor, Dept of Chemistry, BAMU, Mr. Kuldip Birajdar, founder, Devgiri software, Dr. Shirsat, Dept of Physics, BAMU and Mr. Ravindra Waybase, VP, Global Customer Delivery of ValuD consulting LLC.

The science projects included exhibits on a hydraulic tower bridge, safety helmet, smart city, laser city etc. The theme for the art exhibition being Indian folk featured a variety of glass paintings, decopauge, sospeso art, paper craft etc.

Mathematical tricks using numbers and cards, power point presentation on vedicmaths, puzzles on geometrical figures were the highlights of the maths exhibition.

The Software Exhibition too was appreciated by all. There were variety of innovative and creative projects which included animated poems, songs and movies created using Flash, Alice and Unreal engine. The main attraction was a virtual reality game called 'Treasure Hunt' which was enjoyed by everyone

The theme for primary section exhibition was 'Elements'. It comprised of a variety of colourful exhibits and projects highlighting the theme such as layers of atmosphere, homemade coolers, and volcano. The art work in the primary section included the best use of old newspapers.

The art exhibition demonstrated beautiful artefacts made by the students displaying their creativity. The colourful world of art mesmerized all.

Sports Achievements

International Level

Siddharth Humbewent for the international trials of Archery held at Sonipat Haryana in the month of November.

Vishwesh Patil won a bronze medal in the 3rd ASSKA International Open Karate Championship held at Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh in Dec 2017 in the Kata as well Kumite event.

Kashish Bharad of Std VII will be representing India in the Asian Junior & Cadet Fencing Championship which will be held at Amman in Jordan from 27th February 2019 to 8th March 2019. She is the youngest participant of the championship.

National Level


In the National Fencing school games held at Imphal, Manipur in the month of November Kashish Bharad won a gold medal in the U-14 Sebre girls Individual Category.

Siddhika Thorat participated in the Under 14 category of the Fencing Open Nationals.


In the National Squash school games held in Chandigad in the month of September the following students were the winners

U-14 Girls Reva Nagre Bronze medal
U17 Boys Kenneth Soans Silver medal
U17 Girls Aalouki Bobde & Aarya Patil stood 4th

Om Karwa participated in the Squash Open Nationals held in Mumbai.

The following students attended the National selection trials held at Nasik

U14 Boys Parth Kakani
U17 boys Ishaan Mahajan, Gautam Padhi, Tanmay Mandhana.
U17 girls Kadambari Pawar, Jaskiratkaur Chhabbda

Parth Deshmukh got the best player award in the u-12 category of the National open Football tournament held at Ludhiyana in the month of June.


Rohit Mutha was selected as the 1st stand by for the Nationals to be held at Chandigarh.


The following students went for the National selection trials held at Yavatmalin the month of October.

U-14 girls Juhi Jadhav & Avani Bhoyar
U-14 boys Atharav Sonawane
U-17 Boys Atharv Sabale.
Lawn Tennis

The following students participated in the National selection trials held at Pune

U 19 Girls DiyaIravane
U 17 Boys Vansh Bagadiya & Rajveer Pawar
Table tennis

National selection trialsin school games were held at Chandrapur and the following students attended them:

U 19 Boys Kanak Malu, Aryan Dama, Hrishikesh Ashtaputre

In the U 19 Boys category of National selection trials of Badminton Rudra Abyankar & Nishit Kandi participated where as in the U 17 Girls category - Akshra Bhagwat participated. These were held at Aurangabad.


National selection trials of Basketball in school games were held at Mumbai in the month of November andin the U 19 Girls category Isha Kandakure & Shravni Indurkar participated in them.

State Level


In the U19 Boys category Ajay Demda & Devansh Malara won Bronze medal.


In the U-19 boys category for 4x100 m. Relay held at Satarathe team of Dev Jadhav, PrithivirajsinghBayas, SimarRajpal&DarshanKasliwalparticipated.

Table Tennis

In school games held at Chandrapur, in the U19 boys category Aryaman Jadhav participated.


In the U19 girls category which was held at Mumbai in November Dhruvi Chaudhary, Siddhi Sethi, Diya Iravane, Miti Khinvasara, Vidhi Somani, Saniya Bagadiya & Pooja Choyal participated


Khushi Badjate participated in U-19 girls category held in Aurangabad in the month of October.


We have regular in-service training of teachers on topics such as Use of technology, Emotional intelligence, Life skills etc. Curriculum planning is done by the teachers and new ideas such as flipped classroom, theme teaching and other 21st century methods are introduced. We have several water management schemes to tap and improve underground water. 50KW Solar Panels have been installed. Regular Science and Mathematics exhibitions are held where new innovative ideas and methods are discussed. We have a well-stocked library and to make sure that students read we have book reviews in assemblies and students also write short descriptions about the books they have read. All teachers are given a laptop and there is a TV or projector with white board in all the classrooms. Lesson plans have to include visuals which are to be downloaded from Educational website. Health and Physical Education (HPE) is a major part of the school programme and jogging, self-defence, yoga etc. are taught at this time. All assembly skits are based on Value Education and special themes such as Honesty, Patriotism, Kindness etc. are discussed during Value Education periods. Emergency drills are held and for safety and security 63 digital cameras have been placed at strategic points. Regular visioning programmes are held by the School management and Principal to give direction to the School's future, both in terms of infrastructure as well as pedagogy. The teaching learning process is based on 'learning outcomes', which is part of the strategic planning. Students are encouraged to use latest information obtained through internet for their research and project work. Cultural programmes such as debate, art, drama, dance etc. are promoted through 30 clubs that function regularly.