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Founder’s Day
On the occasion of Founder’s Day of Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr Sec School, a special assembly was conducted in honour of Lala Jagannath Ji – a multifaceted personality committed to the social cause. Students through their speech shared the extraordinary journey   of the eminent educationist and great visionary. The day was marked with spectacular array of  some performances of the school students participating in  Aavartan – An Online Inter School Competition, a tribute to Lala ji.
It was an  informative programme highlighting the history of the school and its Founder Sir Lala Jagannath Ji.FD1
 Aavartan Aavartan
In the loving memory of our Founder Shri Lala Jagannath Ji an Online Inter School Competition Aavartan was initiated in the year 2020 to encourage the students to unfold their hidden talents for the first time on the Online Platform. Following the legacy of success Aavartan 2022 –  proved to be an another milestone for the third consecutive year. This year too the Students and Teachers of Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr Sec School organised it with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students from different schools participated and bagged prizes in different categories. The result was released online. E – Certificates were awarded to the winners and the participants.
Youth Parliament Programme

Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Shakti Nagar, participated in the 55th Youth Parliament Competition  2022-23 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The  competition is organised by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs with the intent to strengthen roots of democracy, invoke a healthy outlook and sensitise the student community about procedure of the smooth running of the parliamentary affairs.

The programme saw the participation of 55 students from classes 10 to 12 under the mentorship of Ms. Shikha Gupta and Ms. Ruchi Gupta.

The day began with seeking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati followed by a welcome of the eminent guests. The panel of judges comprising of Mr. Bratin Sengupta, Ex MP Rajya Sabha, Mr. Acharya, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Ms. Kamal Jeet Kaur, DDE, Zone 9, lauded the exemplary efforts of all the students and teachers. In his address, Mr. Bratin Sengupta appreciated the well written script in which some major issues were raised. He also praised the young learners for their eloquent and classy presentations. Mr. Acharya too, congratulated the school for the wonderful organization of the programme. He also announced the names of the students who bagged various positions in the Best Speaker(s) Category.


Vrinda Mehta


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  1. Siddhi Sharma
  2. Shruti Gupta
  3. Devansh Sharma


  1. Keshav Sharma
  2. Baqir Rashid Khan
Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav
To celebrate the 75 Years of Indian Independence under the year long celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the students of Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr Sec School Shakti Nagar Delhi participated in enthusiastic Flag March holding Vibrant Tricolour Flag representing  patriotism by sloganeering Vande Matram reflecting true love for their motherland and respect for freedom fighters.
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 atl The ATL team of Lilawati Vidya Mandir senior secondary school,  has added to the glory of AZAADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV celebrations. Our ATL team has created a “SWARAJ – BOT “, waving our respectable National Flag, just to give the message to every citizen of this country that IS BAAR – HAR GHAR TIRANGA.. Lets keep up the spirits and enjoy the feeling of patriotism in our hearts.



“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair”. —Khalil Gibran

Nature is God’s most beautiful creation. It felicitates the growth, development and nourishment of all its creatures.  Eco Club of the  Lilawati Vidya Mandir,Shakti Nagar celebrated Hariyali Mahotsav  and Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav on 8th July 2022 to enable the students to enhance their intellectual, social, personal and emotional growth. Under the  initiative, a “TREE PLANTATION DRIVE” was organized in the school for  students of classes IX- XII. The campaign’s main aim was to direct student’s mind in constructive activities with the positive outcome through the facilitation of contributing to the society.

The students planted various saplings including Ashoka, Neem, Belpatra, Peepal, Jamun Kanner etc gifted by the Ministry of Environment. The students participated in the drive enthusiastically and helped each other in planting the saplings. All the saplings were planted in the school ground by students. The students along with the teachers also took an oath to look after the planted saplings, plant more and more trees and encourage others to do the same. Some of the students also shared their experiences and shared their joy with others.

Such little steps taken together by the school and students will surely help in fostering strong mental and social health amongst today’s children so that they connect with their peers, their elders, their community and their environment.

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The ATL of Lilawati Vidya Mandir senior secondary school has celebrated ATL community day with great zeal and enthusiasm.

An extended celebration for 3 days  i. e 11th,12th and 13th April was held.

The programme was as follows –


Workshop by Mr. Aditya from Learning Link Foundation. The topics included

* Design thinking and Ideation.

* Entrepreneurship

* Net zero carbon footprints – A problem and creating solutions.

Students involved- Classes 7 to 12


Some interesting Fun filled Science Activities were planned for students of classes 7-10, that helped for better conceptual  clarity.

Students participated whole heartedly in all activities and were inquisitive to understand the concepts more deeply.


* Showcased Arduino based projects to the students.

* Hand -on practice with SOLDERING

* Hand -on practice with small activities such as

  1. Glowing Traffic light
  2. Use of Ultrasonic Sensor and PIR motion Sensor

Students involved – Classes 8-12
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Mount Abu Public School held Atal Tinkering Fest -2022 in February. The event was named “Change Leaders” under the topic ” Climate Action in India”. LILAWATI Vidya Mandir participated in the competition .
Aaditya and Ujjwal of class VIII prepared a working model of the exhibit :: Carbon Dioxide Control Tower. The entire competition was held online. The two students won second position and were much appreciated by the Panel.

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Abhishek Tomar of X stood first in Zonal Wrestling Championship- 2021.


Yash Dev of IX  stood second in Zonal Wrestling Championship- 2021.


Preksha Sharma of class V, won 2 gold medals and one silver in 60th Delhi State Gymnastic Championship -2021 held at Indira Gandhi stadium. She won these medals in different categories.

 Ujjawal Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment conducted ALL INDIA SCHOOL CONTEST-2021 where students were asked to make an animated video highlighting the importance of Plastics and also advantages of recycling Plastics.
UJJWAL SHARMA of class VIII-F participated enthusiastically in this competition and secured 2nd Rank all over India.Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment also conducted felicitation program for all the winners and teacher coordinator for the competition on 24th December,2021. 
 The students of classes 3 to 5 of Lilawati Vidya Mandir School participated in an online Inter Class Rangoli Making Competition on 30 October:2021 to celebrate the festive spirit of Diwali.
Rangoli making is an Integral part of India’s traditional culture and heritage. The students made creative and colourful rangolis. They used eco-friendly material such as grains, diyas, flowers and coloured saw dust.
This was followed by a powerpoint presentation depicting the significance of celebrating an ‘Eco-Friendly Diwali’. Last but not the least, the students showcased the spirit of Diwali through their dance performances and songs that filled everyone’s heart with joy and happiness.Please follow the ling:
Ujjwal Sharma of class VIII won  the joint 2nd prize in the North zone Junior category in the All India School Contest -2021, conducted by Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment ,ICPE during 1st May to 31st July 2021. His mentors of Eco Club were particularly delighted and congratulated him. 
 WhatsApp Image 2021-09-28 at 12.29.58 PM Lovely Chopra of 2016 -2017 batch of our school cracked the highly competitive and prestigious CAT exam 2021 , getting 99.81 percentile and bagging a seat in one of the most eminent institutions of the country IIM Kolkata.

Lovely was always a very gifted student and an all-rounder.
As a prefect ,the energetic boy displayed fine leadership qualities.

The LVM family is very proud of his achievement and wish him a bright, promising future ahead. 



Dear Friends,

Cleanliness and good sanitation in schools is a matter of high importance.” – Mr Narendra Modi

A healthy mind lives in a healthy body and the school is an abode, which ensures healthy ambience for its students and help them to be nourished and nurtured in all respects. In Lilawati Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Shakti Nagar, we not only help the child to grow academically but also imbibe holistic development of body, mind & soul. The school infrastructure ensures correct hand washing, toilet & menstrual hygiene practices among the students.

We at Lilawati Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School believe- “Cleanliness is a state of purity, clarity & precision.” When the school environment is clean, the children feel happy, motivated and healthy. It automatically makes the place a safe place for the students. We are committed to build an environment where all children not only practise safe, clean and healthy habits but take it forward to their home and community by large.

As a part of the Swachhata Pakhwada, let us pledge to keep our surroundings clean and green. Let us be sensitised towards personal, community hygiene and sanitation. Let us make our home, school, neighbourhood, country litter free.s2

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Each year the CBSE awards Certificate of Merit to 0.1%  of successful candidates in order to recognise their qualities and outstanding performance.

 For AISSCE 2020
Chintan Malik and
Arunima Mehta
received the certificates.

For AISSE 2020, the following were awarded::
Dhruv Gupta

Divyendu Sharma

Siddhi Khandait
Sparsh Kashyap

Parth Aggarwal of class 4th E stood first in Quiz competition organised by Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Ghaziabad. His teachers and school Principal congratulated him on his achievement.
 Dev-Chess Action Committee (Unaided Recognised Private Schools ,Regd) and ADD ED, evolution enrichment,  organised India International Chess Tournament in May 2021.
 Divyendu Sharma of class XII E won the coveted third position in under 18 category and won a cash award of rupees 4000/-
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 Rajas-IC LVM’s little wizard  Ishan Chugh (XII E) did it again at Tinkerfest organised by Ramjas School on 27 th August 2021. He bagged second position in Jigyasa- Brain Storming event.
“Paper Bag Day”

Paper bags are an environment-friendly alternative to the harmful plastic bags and *”Paper Bag Day” is celebrated worldwide on July 12*. The day aims to spread awareness about using paper bags instead of plastic to help reduce plastic waste that take thousands of years to decompose.

The teachers of class 6-8 organised awareness programme for the students. The students showcased their creativity and sensitivity towards the environment and crafted Paper Bags using biodegradable things.
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*World Population Day, July 11, 2021* 

It was established in 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme — UNDP. World Population Day serves to highlight the growing problems that come with a growing global population. Overpopulation is a crucial issue, especially considering that world resources are depleting at an unsustainable rate. Awareness about the effects of overpopulation on development and nature is emphasized. The increasing population also sheds light on health problems faced by women during pregnancy and childbirth, making the need for family planning, gender equality, and maternal health more important than ever.  Please follow the link :

The competition consisted of 30 activities to understand the calibre of students in different spheres,for Instance- Sports,Socio-  emotional skills, Creativity and imagination, Language and Communication and many more.
Our following students have shown Outstanding performance in some of the skills and secured TOPMOST position in state.
Name Class Rank Category Level
Navya Anand Class-1 1
Socio-emotional skills
Anshuman Gupta Class- 5 1 Category-  Creativity and imagination State
Anshuman Gupta Class- 5 3 Socio- emotional skills State
Anshuman Gupta Class- 5 2 Overall Rounder State
Anshuman Gupta Class- 5 1 Language and Communication Level-North zone
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EDUFRONT Code Fest 2020- The Bug stops here
The young CODER of LILAWATI VIDYA MANDIR SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL, Nikunj Gupta of Class 12 discovered his coding potential and get himself recognised among the top 10 young Coders in India.
He became the second runner up and received a cash prize of Rs 50,000 INR.
Its a proud moment for our school.
Our students participated in Inter-school competition MAPTECH organised by  Mount Abu School.
Two of our teams bagged second position each.
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Under the ‘AatmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ initiated by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri. Narendra Modi, Toycathon-2021 is conceived to challenge India’s innovative minds to conceptualize novel Toy and Games based on Bharatiya civilization, history, culture, mythology and ethos.
Toycathon 2021 is a unique opportunity for Students, Teachers, Start-ups and Toy experts/professionals in India to submit their innovative toys/games concepts 
 Our following students have been selected for grand finale of Tycothon. 
1. Bhavishya Manocha- class 8
2. Manya – class 9
3. Prarit- class 9
Theme was to prepare a mythological toy.
They prepared a physical toy of a Tree Chanting Mantras.
Crowning Glory of LVM::
Urvashi Tomar  (of Batch 2015- 2016)  has been selected in the flying branch of Indian Air force  for the training as pilot   .She has   joined the Air force academy (Dindigul, Hyderabad) on 28th Januart as Flt. cdt.(flight cadet).
Her training period is for 74 weeks and after training  would be commissioned as Flying Officer. For her great achievement,  she appeared in and cleared the following exams:
Afcat exam ( air force common admission test)
SSB interview ( service selection board)
 CPSS exam( computerized pilot screening selection) [only for flying cadets]and finally one of the toughest Medical Fitness exam. The proud Lilawatiite is one of the three Ladies selected at All India level
Raman Experiential Science Teachers ( REST) Awards is a National Level Competition designed to establish Science as a fun and interesting activity that can be explored anywhere with simple materials.The contest is sponsored by ISPF(Innovation and Science Promotion Foundation).
Our school teacher Sh Rajendra Parashar participated in the REST AWARDS 2020.
In preliminary round his video of  hands-on activity on UNDERSTANDING SPEED AND SHAFT POWER OF DRIVEN PULLEY WITH DIFFERENT RADII 
Was selected for the National Finals in Feb,2020.
In the Finals , his video of  hands-on activity titled UNDERSTANDING CONCEPTS OF THERMODYNAMICS IN EASY AND FUN Topic was   awarded CERTIFICATE OF MERIT.
Ishan Chugh* of XI  E has stood first in Tech Avishkar category of eRaksha digital competition organised online by Cyber Peace Foundation and NCERT . He has stood first out of almost 50000 entries from across the world


Christmas Celebration

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Fit India Movement
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The students of Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr Sec School Shakti Nagar, Delhi participated in  ‘Fit India Movement’ – an initiative taken by the Directorate of Education. Students took the initiative to spread the importance of being healthy by making yoga and other physical exercises such Aerobics, Dance, Strength exercises for upper & lower body as the integral part of their daily routine. The message conveyed through the activities was to alter the behaviour  from passive screen time to active field time. Their inclination towards physical exercises especially during the pandemic motivated students to be more health conscious.

Anshuman of  VD got Third position in Delhi State Level Abacas competition

Diwali Celebration
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                   Srijan School fest ‘Synergy’
In continuation of our winning feats online as well, we are proud to announce that we have won prizes in the Srijan School fest ‘Synergy’ in 
1. _Palette Paper_ 
*Position* : *First* 
Category class : 9-10 
Participant: Suraj Pal Singh Bhati 10 A
2. _Guftagu Hamari Tumahari_
*Position* : *Second* 
1. Kartik Garg
2. Sanya Sharma
3. Shruti Gupta
International Day against violence and bullying

Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School , Shakti Nagar ,Delhi-110007 has joined hands with UNESCO, New Delhi in observing the International Day against violence and bullying on 5th November, 2020 under the theme “Together against Bullying in school”.

We undertake several activities to curb bullying, create awareness against it and create a safe environment for students.

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You will be happy to know that Lilawati Vidya Mandir  Sr. Sec. School, Shakti Nagar, Delhi – 110007, has been ranked-7th best School of  North Delhi, in the survey conducted by Times of India.



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Opening Ceremony of CBSE (Delhi Region)  Inter School Judo Competition 2019-20 was held on 5th October 2019 at Lilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar .Padma Shri awardee, Member of Parliament and  legendary  cricketer Mr. Gautam Gambhir  graced the occasion as the chief guest . He was welcomed by the Members of the Management Committee with a beautiful painting and a planter . The eminent guests Mr. Arvind Garg (Ex. Councilor, BJP) and Mr. O.P. Sharma (CBSE Observer) also joined the mega event, wherein 800 students from across 127 Delhi schools shall participate. Joint Secretary Mr. Yash Raj Gupta welcomed the guests and the participant schools in his address, while Principal Mrs. Sushma Khurana  asserted the value of a perfect balance between academics and sports activities as a precursor to a healthy body, mind and soul . Chief guest Mr. Gautam Gambhir in his speech emphasized upon the importance of team spirit, ethics and strength of character. Besides, he stressed upon the requisite National vision of single use plastic and cleanliness. A cultural extravaganza comprising of songs and vibrant dances  ensued. The competition began after the guests inaugurated the first bout.


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Swachhata Pakhwada for the year 2019 ie, 01 September 2019  to 11 September 2019 was observed in Lilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar, Delhi wherein the students and the teachers actively participated in different activities of cleanliness.

Investiture ceremony was solemnly held on 14th August, 2019 at Lilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar in the school ground. B.J.P Leader Mr. Arvind Garg and the Members of the Management adorned twenty eight students with Prefectorial Badges. Head Boy Shubham Mor and Head Girl Arunima Mehta wore their badges with white cap, white gloves and a sash. School principal Sushma Khurana administered the oath. The newly appointed prefects pledged to uphold the values of the school and dispense their duties with utmost sincerity and dedication. A cultural extravaganza comprising of patriotic speeches, songs and vibrant dances, ensued. The Programme culminated with a speech by Chairman Mr. Raj Kumar Gupta, who in his address, extended his best wishes and blessed the staff and students.




LVM was awarded Overall Championship trophy for outstanding performance in Zonal sports and Cultural Activities under Zone VII, District North, Directorate of Education. In 2017-2018, we won in Boys category, in 2016-2017, we bagged the trophy in both Boys and Girls Category while in 2014-2015 we secured the award for Boys Category.

LVM was presented with SILVER CLUB Certificate by VIGYAN PRASAR, an Autonomous Organisation of Deptt. Of Science and Technology. The certificate was in recognition of outstanding performance in the calendar year 2016. Proudly, the school club has now been upgraded ‘’GOLD CATEGORY CLUB;;. By VIGYAN PRASAR.

The Award Winning School Gardens are a hot favourite with Judges at the Annual Flower Competition under University of Delhi. Each year the school has been winning coveted trophies and positions for Best School Lawns, Best Maintained Green Area of a Senior Secondary School and Best School Garden.

In order to promote Legal  Awareness among students and sensitizing them about various legal issues, Central DLSA, Tis Hazari Courts has opened Legal Literacy Club in LVM.

LVM has been selected by Niti Aayog to open ATAL TINKERING LAB, one of the pet projects of Govt. of India in the field of education, for which grants have been received and lab work is in full swing.

Tata Power –DDL CLUB ENERJI awarded Certificated of Appreciation LVM for Active Participation


TATA POWER SOLAR dedicated 101 KW Rooftop Solar Plant to LVM thereby making it a SOLAR POWERED GREEN SCHOOL.

Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment appreciated the outstanding contribution of LVM in the area of Environmental Education and Development. In the 33rd World Environment Congress the school was conferred Eco Friendly School of the Year Award.  

Engineering Watch School Summit  2013 shortlisted LVM amongst top 20 schools of the country for Furthering Value Centricity, Future Readiness and Excellence in STEM Education.   

Principal Mrs. S. Khurana received the prestigious Delhi State Award for Teachers in the year 2013.

Mrs. S. Mittal too followed her footsteps and bagged the same award in the year 2016.

Mr. Amit, the renowned artist and LVM`s fav Art teacher, has held the lamp of school`s glory high as he has been conferred with the much coveted National Award by the Hon`ble President of India in the year 2018.

LVM Judo Coach Kamaljit Kaur won Bronze Medal in Common Wealth Judo Championships 2018 in GRAND MASTERS SECTION.


Another feather in LVM cap is a gold in Master’s National Games (Athletics) won by Mrs. Renu Kataria.

Sahil Shah was ranked amongst the top 150 in the Prestigious Junior Science Talent Search Examination held in January 2017.

LVM  was the winner of the Ramjas Debate 2017 (Hindi) organised by Ramjas School, Pusa Road. The Competition is held at two levels wherein more than 50 Public Schools of Delhi and NCR participate.

Our Creative Artist Chaitanya of XII-B won the Art Competition for Senior Artists organised by Delhi Technological University.

Harshit Mehra of Class IX stood II amongst 150 competitors in Inter School Painting Competition organised by HT PACE. Lilawati Vidya Mandir  bagged II Runner up School trophy in a medley of competitions organised by Gyan Mandir Public School. Lilawatiites were I in two events, II in four and III in two competitions.

Sagar Kashyap received a merit certificate for outstanding Academic performance and for being among the top 0.1% of successful candidates in CHEMISTRY in AISSCE 2017. 16 Students received a merit Certificate for outstanding performance and for obtaining Grade ‘A’ in all the five subjects .

Our student of class XI stood I and II respectively in CBSE Central Zone Skating Championship 2017-18 in two different categories.

Our student of Class XII won the XIII Smt. Krishna Pathak Memorial Inter School Painting and Craft Competition organised by MM Public School, Pitampura.

In I Open Delhi State Judo Championship for women, our student of class VIII stood III.

Merit Positions were held by two students in Science Open Merit Test organised by Delhi State Science Teachers Forum.

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Lilawati Vidya Mandir celebrated Rashtriya Ekta Diwas on 31st Oct 18 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.  The learners of classes IX and XI participated in the Unity Run. Learners of classes VIII-XII also earnestly took an Oath and resolved to preserve the unity, integrity and security of the nation and follow the vision and actions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. A paragraph on the contribution of Sardar Vallabhbhai  Patel for National unity was also circulated among class V learners. The enthusiastic participation of the learners was extremely encouraging.



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Commemoration of International Day of Non-Violence

On the special occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th Birth Anniversary, LVM organised a Special Morning Assembly. It was also the Birth Anniversary of India’s Former PM Lal Bahadur Shastri. Vanshika of Class IX anchored the assembly and quoted Gandhian thoughts. Bapu’s favourite bhajan ‘Vaishanav Jan Te..’ was sung by the school choir group. Prashansa of class X recited a remarkable self composed poem on “Gandhi Path Pradhashak”  The audience was left spell bound by a short skit on cleanliness and importance of Patriotism wherein Gandhian strategy to win over hearts was also highlighted. The School Head Boy Vaibhav Chopra and Prefect Maunshree Dutta administered National Pledge and Pledge for Non Violence and Peace. Apart from this, the Legal Literacy Club organised a poster making competition on the title ‘Gandhi and his Ideals’. ‘Shramdaan’ was done by several students. To realise the goal of Germ Free India ‘Swachh Vidyalaya’ campaign continued with Handwash Day, Dusting of classes and proper use of dustbins.





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Investiture Ceremony for the Prefects of the newly inducted Prefectorial Board was held on 14th August. School Principal Sushma Khurana administered oath. The Prefects received their badges from the Management. Head Boy Vaibhav Chopra and Head Girl Rishita Goel wore  their badges with white caps, white gloves and a sash. A total of 24 students from all the sections of class XII proudly took up the responsibility of being Prefects and pledged to impart their duties with zeal and devotion.
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Visit to National Science Centre, Pragati Maidan

Dates : 11-05-2018 & 14-05-2018

Classes : VI to XII

No. of students : 260

Activities : Hands on activities

  • Speaker out of waste
  • Make your own flute
  • Hand generator car
  • Simple electric motor
  • Racing of molecules
  • Astronomy workshop

Theme : Innovative Science

Students from all the classes showed active participation and enhanced their scientific skills by the means of “Hands on activities” dealing with the ideas of Innovative Science.


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A Career Counselling workshop was organised at Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Shakti Nagar on 17th July for students of class XII. Well known Career Counsellor Jitin Chawla talked to students for more than 3 hours. All streams and subjects for careers were addressed. Students received several important tips for cracking entrance exams. Requirements for Foreign Universities were also taken up. Myriad Vocations and courses for students with creative bent of mind and out-of-box thinking were taken up. There was a Query Session as well. Children remarked that it was a very informative workshop which added to their knowhow of admissions and entrance exams after school.


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It has been a long journey yet gratifying for Chiranshu Jain of Lilawati Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Shakti Nagar, fondly known as ‘’Golden Judoka’’. With more than 30 medals in his kitty and still counting, Chiranshu now dreams big. Having won at International level has only added to his confidence. ‘’I played at three levels to reach the finals, winning the match against players from Srilanka, Myanmar, Bhutan was easy but the final round against Nepalese boy was a tough fight’’. Chiranshu won gold at South Asian Rural Games 2016-2017. ‘’But the most memorable experience was at Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. What an exposure to the International world of Games!!’’ In V Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games 2017 at Turkmenistan, the Judoka was defeated by an Iranian, 8 years older and much more heavier. But the lesson was well learnt-no shortcuts to success. His resolve to prepare for more has only strengthened. His role model is certainly his mother Kamaljeet who also doubled up as his Judo Coach and P.E.T at school. It was she who pushed him into Judo . He has played and won in Delhi State Judo Championship Six times. Others like CBSE North Zone Judo Championship and CBSE Central Zone Judo Championship have also been played and won.

The moment of pride was to be the flag bearer of Delhi State in 63rd National School Games at Reva, Madhya Pradesh. His training sessions are getting more rigorous and demanding at Palam Judo Club where a National Coach is helping Chiranshu learn more tricks. Running, stretching, fitness, practice sessions have now become the order of the day. After all Cadet Asian Games 2018 to be held in August at Jakarta, Indonesia is not too for away. Ultimately though, Chiranshu wants to win a medal in Olympics, ‘’for my mother, the mentor’’.


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Heavyweight Orator Champions of Llilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar lifted up the prestigious Running Trophy of Ramjas Debate Competition in Hindi . Held every year in the months of November-December, the competition witnesses more than 50 reputed schools of Delhi and NCR vie hard for the trophy.

This year, our students Yash Mittal of class XII and Arunima Mehta of class X delivered an impressive performance held at Ramjas, Pusa Road. The topic for the preliminary level was “Bhakti Vyapaar Nahin”.Both of them convincingly settled the questions of interjection as well .The students and their mentor Shakuntala Mittal were delighted to enter the Final Rounds to be held at NDMC Convention Centre on December 1,2017.Now began the back breaking task of  preparations. Yash Mittal and Arunima Mehta left no stone unturned to prepare their scripts and answers for the questions of interjections .In fact, teachers of the language department joined hands together for the D-Day. Endless drills, mock rehearsals with the Principal as well as a brain storming session for the topic “Jhadon Se Bikhar Ke Hum Tuet Jayege”marked the days. With a strong conviction, confidence and a soft prayer the team was the first to reach the venue. Their precise answers to the questions on interjection received loud applause. The performance indeed won the hearts of the audience. Proud Principal S. Khurana congratulated the winners.

Social Research Centre of IFUNA designates our school Principal Smt. SUSHMA KHURANA as Ambassador “MISSION KNOWLEDGE” on the occasion of United Nations Day 2017.


NIDHI-LVM Sport Star

Our Olympic aspirant in the upcoming Water Sport CANOE POLO is all upbeat about her feats in the year 2017.Having participated in five National Level Sports -2017 in events like Cricket, Dragon Boat, C2, Canoe Polo and C4, she excitedly talks about her selection in World Games 2018 to be held in Russia. This year Nidhi bagged the Numero Uno titles in Dragon Boat event in VI National Dragon Boat and traditional Boat Racing Championship (2017) and in Canoe Polo in V National Canoe Polo Championship 2017.Nidhi gave a very impressive performance in Canoe Polo in the XVII Asian Canoe Polo Championship 2017 held in Malaysia in the second week of November. But was this sport always her calling? “Certainly Not. I started my sports career at the age of ten in 2011 when I won athletic events at Zonal levels. My mentor and school Sports Coach Renu Kataria found natural talent in me”. In the years 2013 & 2014 she even bagged the Best Athletic title hitting gold in three different events in the calendar year. The going looked good but destiny had something else in store for her. Nidhi was diagnosed with hamstring muscle strain which eventually forced her to quit athletics.

Though heartbroken, Nidhi still refused to quit completely. For a few months thereafter she joined Cricket and was even the Delhi State Vice Captain during the 62nd National School Games 2016-17 organised by SGFI in Jammu.

Over the course of time, officials at Indira Gandhi National Stadium helped her realize that her forte lies in her arm muscle power, strength and flexibility .Hence her sport instead should be Canoe Polo.

Having found her calling, Nidhi is now focusing on it single mindedly. Her day begins at 3: 30 a.m. with two hours of road running followed by muscle training. “Carbs before workout and proteins after”-She sticks to all mantras religiously. After School and studies she heads straight to Indira Gandhi Stadium for a six hour practice session. “My father is the wind beneath my wings”, she says candidly. Her day’s regimen is professionally counseled by a team of trainers, dieticians and physiotherapists.

Reaching the International arena wasn’t easy, but Nidhi won’t be deterred now. “Of course, I am working hard for the World Games. God willing, Olympics will be my next target. “Amen.

Dev Soni (X) and Akhil Rana (X) qualified for CBSE National Level Science Exhibition-2017. They received Certificate of Merit for Outstanding performance at Regional Level.


Dev Akhil
Dev Soni Akhil Rana


12 Folk Dancers and 10 artists of LVM win I position respectively in INTER SCHOOL FOLK DANCE COMPETITION AND NUKKAD NATAK held at Queen Mary’s School, Tis Hazari in July 2017.



Meritorious Students of Science Open Merit Test 2017 organised by Delhi State Science Teachers Forum.



JUDO GOLD MEDALIST in III International South Asian Rural Games 2017-18,organised by White Heaven Academy, held at Kathmandu,Nepal.(20/7/2017 to 24/7/2017)


VAIBHAV CHOPRA( XI )    stood III ; YASH KAUSHIK ( XI ) won Individual Trophy in “BATTLE OF THE BRAINS” Quiz Competition organised by KIIT WORLD SCHOOL, Pitampura.

Meritorious students of XXXIII Manavsthali All India Inter School Maths Talent Test 2017.

Sahil Shah ( IX ) 

Aman Sahi ( IX )


In ‘Kalakriti Art’ Competition for senior Artists organised by DTU (SAE) Chaitanya of Class XII stood I.
Our troupe of 14 artists received the Certificate of Appreciation in Street Theatre festival organised by Srijan School.
In CBSE National Judo Championship 2017-2018 , Chiranshu Jain of class XII won the bronze medal.
LVM won the below mentioned  positions in ‘Saturnalia’ organised by St. Margaret School. 

Clay Modelling


Poster Making

Mathematical Rangoli

Travelling Brochure

Bhashan Pratiyogita

Duet Song

Tech Rangoli

Gown Designing










State Teacher’s Award

Mrs. Shakuntala Mittal (T.G.T, Hindi) from Lilawati  Vidya  Mandir , Shakti Nagar was honoured with the prestigious State Teacher’s Award in a ceremony held at Thyagraj Stadium  on 5th September 2016. Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Mr. Manish Sisodia, Education Minister Mr. Punya S. Shriwastava, renowned actor Mr. Piyush Mishra and many other eminent personalities graced the occasion. The award was a tribute for her incessant efforts in the field of education. Mrs. Mittal the proud recipient of the award has proved her mettle as a dedicated Hindi teacher with an array of achievements. She is an adept story teller, whose stories have won accolades at National level and is also an avid social worker. The ‘woman of substance’ has honed many budding orators, and has given a hundred percent result for past three decades. The School Management, Principal and Staff laud the sincere efforts of this teacher, who has also won Hindi Shikshak Samman (2008) and Kartawya Sheel Shikshak Samman (2015, 2014, 2013, 2005).