The existing temporary building of Kendriya Vidyalay RAISEN is located in DIET CAMPUS Hostel of Excllence School Raisen, 01.5 K.M from city busstand Raisen. Nearest Railway Station is Sanchi near about 25 KM. Raisen is situated on national Highway no 86 , 50 K.M from Bhopal.
Raisen with a strong fort was an important centre of administration from the period of its foundation from Hindu times. In the fifteenth this fort was ruled by the Sultans of Mandu, from whom it passed to the Rajputs. In 1543 Shershah Suri captured from Puranmal. In Akbar's time Raisen was the headquarter of a Sarkar in the Subah of Ujjain in Malwa. Fiaz Mohammad Khan, the third Nawab of Bhopal State occupied it in about 1760, later got himself recognized as Faujder of Raisen by Emperor Alamgir II. After Bhopal State became a part 'C' State of the Union of India, the present district came into existence on 5th May, 1950, with headquarter at Raisen. It was decided to retain only seven Tehsils in the district.
Updated on: [January 03, 2017]