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Vidya Mandir, Mylapore


Vidya Prathidhwani  2015-‘16

School Timings

KG Section (LKG & UKG) - Monday to Friday - 8:45 am to 12:05 am
Primary Section (Classes 1 to 5)  
Monday to Friday - 9:00 am to 3:25 pm
Higher School Section (Classes 6 to 11)
Monday to Friday -  8:20 am to 3:25 pm
Odd Saturdays : 8:20 am to 12.15 pm.

School remains closed on even saturdays unless notified.





FOR THIS YEAR (2016-2017)
only for the classes UKG to 5 and class 7

Welcome to

 is a branch of Vidya Mandir, Mylapore. It was inaugurated on June 11, 2009 by Dr. K. Kasthurirangan (former MP and member ISRO), in the presence of students, staff, parents and well wishers. It is situated inside the Estancia  Township on GST Road, Vallanchery.

A part of the school has come up in a vast 3 acre campus with a total built up area of 70,000 sq.ft. and play area of 8400 sq ft. The second campus will be ready by academic year 2015-'16.  The school is operational with classes from LKG to 11th.

Vidya Ganapathi

Vidya Ganapathi has taken up residence in a shrine within the school campus which is also the abode of Lord Dakshinamurthy. Special pujas on Vinayaka Chathurthi , Sankatahara Chathurthi and the month of Marghazhi are performed on a large scale apart from the regular daily puja by the priest who is specially appointed for the purpose.

A Nagar and Arasaradi Vinayakar are seated under the Neem and Peepul tree in the vicinity of the temple.

Philosophy: ‘SAHA VIRYAM KARAVAVAHAI’. The meaning in English is “Let the teacher & student together perform great acts of strength.”

Vision: A school with the best practices, learning and evolving while retaining Indian ethics, customs and traditions.
Mission: To send out into the world children who are confident and capable of realizing their potential as they grow, learn and evolve into worthy citizens.
Our Emblem: Consists of a Circle within which are seated a boy and a girl who are reading a book together. It symbolizes our motto that when working together we will achieve more and reach greater heights. It also means that there is strength in togetherness. Inside the circle is engraved our motto “Saha Viryam Karavavahai”.



Ya Kundendutushara hara dhavala   
Ya shubhravastravrta  
Ya veena varadandamandita kara
Ya shwetapadmasana   
Ya Brahmachyuta Shankaraprabhutibhi:
Devaisada Poojita
Sa mam Patu Saraswati
Bhagawathi nishyeshya jadyapaha
Om Sahana bhavatu
Sahaviryam Karavavahai
Om Shanti: Shanti: Shanti:


Last Updated on : 09.09.2016

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