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Our Patrons

Our Patrons

who dedicated his entrire life to the cause of education


Dedicated to the sacred memory of Sh. Lala Chaman Lal Ji who dedicated the whole of his life to the cause of education. Born on January 1st, 1899, Lala Chaman Lal Ji, in 1921 became the youngest Principal of the biggest school in Punjab, Sain Das Anglo Sanskrit High School, Jalandhar. Within a year, the young genius, known for his dedication to education, was enrolled as a Life Member of D.A.V. College Trust and Management Society. Within a short period, Lala Ji became a well known personality in Punjab. He was elected as a member of the School Board of Punjab University, Lahore in 1945. In 1948, he was nominated by the Govt. of Punjab as the Member of Punjab Advisory Board of Education. He was also elected as a Fellow of Punjab University Senate and the Member of Punjab Legislative Council. His untiring contribution to the cause of education was recognized and admired by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India when in 1961, he was honoured with the first ever National Award for Teaching. He retired in March 1962 but continued to guide more than a  dozen D.A.V. Schools as an honorary Manager. 

CHAMAN VATIKA – a 'Gurukul' for girls is a befitting tribute to the great thinker and educationist.


Sh. Rajinder Nath






Acharya Devvart Ji

Hon'ble Governorshri Gujrat




Sh. A.D. Gandhi

Renowed C.A. Ambala




Sh. Rajendra Vidyaalankar