About Us

Welcome to the International Value education Olympiad by ISKCON: Discover the transformative power of values!

Join thousands of students from across the nation in a prestigious event dedicated to promoting moral and ethical values.

Our Olympiad encourages participants to understand, appreciate, and apply values in their lives through thought-provoking questions and practical scenarios. Engage in a holistic learning experience that fosters compassion, honesty, respect, and gratitude.

Be part of a movement that aims to shape the future generation into responsible global citizens.

Explore the comprehensive analysis of the last four years, showcasing the event’s impact, growth, and significance. Witness the exponential increase in participation, reaching 450,000 students from various states in the fourth year. Experience an inclusive and interactive question paper that encourages critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Our Association With

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

International Value education Olympiad directly integrates and contributes prominently to SDG 13. It also contributes to various degrees to other SDGs. Each chapter of our books has specific indicators for SDGs.  

SDGs, or Sustainable Development Goals, are a set of global objectives established by the United Nations (UN) to guide global efforts towards sustainable development. They were officially adopted by world leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015 and are designed to be achieved by the year 2030.  

The SDGs encompass a broad range of interconnected issues and are composed of 17 goals, each with specific targets and indicators. The 17 SDGs are as follows

These goals are interconnected and mutually reinforcing. They address social inequalities, environmental degradation, and economic challenges, recognizing that sustainable development requires a holistic and integrated approach. Governments, organizations, businesses, and individuals worldwide are encouraged to work towards achieving the SDGs through policy changes, sustainable practices, and collaborative efforts.

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Like every machine with a manual containing instructions and precautions for using the device for maximum benefit, Srimad Bhagavad Gita is regarded as the manual of life. Undoubtedly, it has been regarded as the sacred religious text for millions of devotees worldwide for thousands of years, yet it goes beyond that. Sri Krishna speaks its purpose, the three kinds of lifestyles, nature, work, food habits, time, determination, knowledge, decision making, mind, meditation, relationships, dilemma, conflicts and various other subjects that can help us get (and give)the most of this life. 

The wisdom available in Bhagavad Gita and other traditional texts has helped innumerable souls from all spheres of life in the past and present, and it contains valuable insights into the world’s current problems. In our curriculum, we have selected certain portions from the Bhagavad Gita, specifically around Values that can empower students to navigate their daily life from a place of fulfillment and purpose. 

These values coming directly from Sri Krishna will be a guiding source of light in the life of anyone integrating them through practicing.