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Air Force School Bidar was established in 1967. In the year 1975 Kendriya Vidyalaya, Bidar came into being by adopting class I to VII of the existing Air Force School Bidar. Hence, Air Force School made a fresh beginning in 1975 as a Pre-Primary School with strength of 100 students 04 teachers. Over the years the school has grown and as on date caters to schooling needs of 800 students from LKG to Class X. This school bagged the Best school award in IAF in the year 1999, ‘Second Best’ in the years 2000 under Training Command and ‘Third Best’ in the year 2001 under Training Command.



E-learning is accorded top priority. This helps students schooling with us to be better equipped to meet the challenges of modern day living. Educomp smart classes have been installed in classes so that teachers can supplement the classroom teaching with audio visual display systems which help children learn much faster. Such learning through audio visual aids is better absorbed, since abstract concepts are given particular shapes & colours.

News & Announcements

  • Started online classes for I to X
  • Best Outstanding student of the year 2019-20 is " Madhusudan Reddy"
  • Fastest Runner of the year 2019-20 is " Yashraj Kulkarni"
  • Admission starts for LKG and collect admission forms from admin office or download from website
  • Summer break starts from 2/5/20 to 19/6/20
  • School reopens on 20/6/20
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    Physical education is an inherent part of the school and it is our endeavour to achieve high development of each child and enhance multiple intelligences. The innate and inherent talent of each child is identified, manifested and nurtured to perfection. Garnets of activities are organised to enable each child to excel at least in one field.

    Thought for the Day : “Creativity leads to thinking, Thinking leads to knowledge, Knowledge makes you great.” ― Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam

    Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.~ George Washington.