LILAWATI VIDYA MANDIR-‘A temple of learning’ as the name aptly suggests- nestled amidst lush green surroundings emanates tranquility and exuberance. The school was established in the year 1974 as an English Medium Public School by late Lala Jagan Nath Ji – an eminent educationist, great visionary and a renowned philanthropist – in the name of his mother, Smt. Lilawati Ji.
For almost 4 decades now, Lilawati Vidya Mandir stands as a custodian of holistic education. A plethora of co – curricular and sports activities, seminars & workshops, yoga and meditation form an integral part of curriculum. Also under the name Bal Sabha, several Inter- class and Inter -section competitions are organised.
TEACHERS AND STAFF
GREEN AREA (SQ.FT.)
We teach to serve. We teach to empower. We teach to dispel the darkness of ignorance. We teach to give wings. We teach not just what to think, but also how to think. We teach to love and we love to teach. And, service to mankind is to love God.
“Ever since its inception, as an institution committed to progressive education, Lilawati Vidya Mandir has always placed the child at the centre of our vision of a democratic and prosperous India. It has been our consistent endeavour to cultivate ethical, democratic, secular and humanitarian values in our students.”
“Virtues like courage, willpower, determination, enthusiasm, concentration, judgement, reasoning et al ensure that we accomplish what we desire. And in order to achieve it we must be driven internally. Only then can we grow in conviction, competence and courage to accept responsibility.
Though conflicts and contentions, disputes and dissents are at the background of human relations, yet one has to learn to balance the fine line between healthy and unhealthy ones. Still, display sufficient respect to even those whose ideas one does not endorse.
It does not take much strength to do things but it requires a fearless mind and a great strength to decide what to do. This strength is what people term as determination, doggedness, perseverence or the eternal never – say – die spirit.”
Yash Raj Gupta