From the position of teacher for one student to seven high schools and over seven thousand students and five hundred teachers in a span of only 76 years is a proud record of any institution. The Indians of South Delhi-Madrasis are known, according to their friends in the north, for their intellectual wealth and community life, although they are less fortunate financially. When our pioneers established the first school in 1923, the small community in the then capital raised the necessary resources through small donations. There was a breakthrough and the pattern was laid down for the caliphs.
The upper secondary department started in 1946 and in 1949, the first group of students appeared for the Delhi high school exam. The Society’s Silver Jubilee was celebrated on March 5, 1950. In view of growing demand and need, two new elementary schools were opened, one at the Lodi Estate and one at Carroll Bagh, in 1951 and 1953 respectively. After the completion of its building for the Lodi State School in 1955, the upper secondary classes were moved from Mandir Marg to Lodi Estate in 1956.
A secondary school was opened in Lakshmipai Nagar (then known as East Vinay Nagar) in 1958 Marge School was raised and returned to the rank of secondary school in 1959. In 1960, the late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India, laid the foundation stone for Lakshmi Bai Nagar School. Moti Bagh Primary School opened in 1961 and Lakshmibai Nagar School was promoted to Upper Secondary School in 1962.
Our PGT Story Ms. Mikshi Ramesh attended the 12th Grade CBSE of History on April 23, 2020, led by Dr. Harita Arora on the topic of ‘Bricks, Beads & Bones’. It was very helpful in making the lesson more interesting for students. I attended SCERT Training on “Eliminating Corporal Punishment” and Live Health and Lifestyle Session by Dr. Comodini on April 25, 2020.
SCERT, Delhi, organized online training for educators on the topic of “Eliminating Corporal Punishment” through the chalklit app. Talon teachers attended the program and found it very helpful.
Ms. Sima Bansal, PGT Trade
Ms. Jayaparvathy, PGT Mathematics
Ms. Padmavathy Srinivasan, PGT English
Mrs. K. Padma, TGT English
Mrs. Amuda Elementary
Mrs. Huma, Elementary
Ms. Kanemuzi, librarian
The Atal Innovation Mission organized a professional development webinar for ATL members on “Digital Literacy and Creative Skills” in collaboration with Adobe India. Our ATL Director Mrs. Look John along with other members Ms. Vanita Jayapalan, Mr. Rohit, Ms. Priyanka Rajan, and Mrs. Krithika attended the workshop at various times periods from April 18, 2020, as to April 25, 2020.
On April 26, 2020, Mrs. Manisha, Vice Principal of Venkateshwara International School, hosted a webinar on “Happy Classroom Plan”. The meeting was attended by Ms. FanitaJayabalan, TGT Science, and Ms. K. Padma, TGT English. Very helpful and helpful.
Fee Structure 2023
Documents required for admission 2021
Two passport size photo
Proof of alumni
Proof of sibling
Recognizing each child as a creative individual in need of success, and therefore we create a challenging learning environment that encourages each child to be creative and confident builders of their future, and this means that all of our students have access to the best learning opportunities. Therefore, we are dedicated to providing the best possible education for our students by developing their knowledge and behavior, and we also maintain an active partnership that includes students, teachers, parents, community, and staff.