Maharishi Vidya Mandir School chain is one of the largest school systems with 165 schools in 16 states with about 110000 students and about 7000 teaching, administrative and support staff has proven its importance in Indian society for last 29 years. The spiritual awareness, social awareness and physical fitness programmes offered at the school include yogasanas, pooja, bhajans, and various other activities aligned to the characteristics of different age groups of children. Other programmes, events and meetings organized at the school are workshops for teachers and parents, counselling for students, field trips, club activities, inter-school competitions, traditional festivals, Republic Day, Independence Day, Annual day, Sports meet, etc.Read More
Prof. Dr. G. Deivanayagam, Prof. of Architecture, International Conservation Architect, Prof. of Tamil, Rtd on the 18th of September 2023 .
The 77th Independence Day Celebrations at Maharishi Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School was celebrated with fervor and zeal. Children showcased patriotic dances and delivered speeches in English and Tamil. Students enthusiastically participated in various competitions like Fancy Dress, colouring the tricolor flag, role play etc were eye catching. The air of independence and freedom could be experienced in the school campus
The swearing in ceremony for the newly elected cabinet members was administered by Mr.Ravikanth, Commander in Navy & Ms. Prachi Mishra, lieutenant who also graced the occasion.
The cabinet members were conferred with badges and sashes .Students were proud and confident to shoulder their newly assigned duties and pledged to carry out their responsibilities with integrity and diligence.
Project Head Ms.Harshini Rajram ,Senior Principal Ms. Yogalakshmi and Ms. Priya David ,Principal , Primary Division, MVM appreciated all the office bearers and advised to be role models and work for the benefits of the students.
General Medical camp for Students from Class V- XII conducted by Sugam Hospital, Thiruvottriyur held on the 05th and 06th July 2023.
The Rotary Club of Chennai Carnatic conducted a 1-day workshop for the interact club students of MVM,TVT students. PDG,RTN A.P. Kannna was the Chief guest for the inauguration ,along with the Rotarians Vanitha Srihari, President RTN. Deepa Jammi ,Secretary , RTN. Dr. Ramya ,Director of Youth Service. RTN. Asha Marina Presided over the Valedictory function and honoured the office bearers . The dignitaries were honoured by Ms.Harshini , Project Head and by Mr.Rajram,Fellow Member, Rotary club at the end of each session with mementoes and hand-made goods done by our students.
Maharishi Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, TVT celebrated the 7th International Yoga Day on 23rd June 2023 for classes 2 to XII with great enthusiasm. The gathering showcased the innumerable benefits of yoga. The guest of honour was Mr.Chandrasekhar, Head of Pyramid Meditation Center . He along with his team was invited to raise awareness of this ancient practice and to celebrate the physical and mental benefits that yoga and meditation has brought to the world.
Students of MVM, TVT participated in the Ocean Day celebration on 8/6/23 organized by USA Embassy
Students were briefed on:
Online workshop for parents on Adolescence from Developmental Perspective by Dr.Prithika Chary, Brain Health and Resilience Coach held on 17/06/2023.
As part of the Earth day celebration, our students participated in the session hosted by the Time Project in association with the GET network of Taiwan . Their goal is to spread awareness to children of different countries about Earth. Presentation on Marine life and a skit on the topic -"climate that affects animals". was presented .Our students showed great enthusiasm and actively interacted.
The 74th Republic Day of India was celebrated with fervent zeal and splendor amidst cheers, and the students of MVM,TVT made it all the more memorable enthralling the audience with wonderful programmes. The students assembled on the ground for the flag hoisting ceremony. The ceremony started with the prayer song sung by the school choir in their colourful traditional wear showing their love and respect for their country. The stage then came to life with various dance and patriotic speech. The students left the campus with the image of the fluttering tricolor in their mind and heart.
The campus wore a festive look with colourful Rangoli, coloured Pots, Diyas and sugarcane. Children were nicely dressed in colourful ethnic wear and performed enthralling songs and dances Sweet Pongal was prepared in clay pots and was distributed to the entire school . The villupattu performance by our children was like revisiting the cultural relevance of our ancient south Indian folk art. The Poikal kuthirai , Kolattam and Mayilattam was a pleasant surprise and delighted the audience. Puliyattam was fun with the tigers entertaining the children . The highlight of the day was the bullock cart ride which was so exciting and enthralling. The celebration of Harvest festival was a true manifestation of our rich culture and tradition
We all have amazing individual talents, and these talents make us unique from the rest of the world.With this thought in mind, Unique Talent Day was organized for our students on 07/01/2023, as school is the best platform for the students to exhibit their hidden potential. It gave our students an opportunity to showcase their talent and also to appreciate the unique talent in others.
Kaviya , Class III for winning the 2nd prize in the Interschool Yoga Competition.
National Cancer Awareness Day , we had Dr. Raj Santan.K, MBBS, MD- General Medicine, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist for an awareness talk to our students.
Session 1: By Dr. C. S. RAMYA ,Assistant Professor in Sustainable Energy Management
Session 2: Students were taken to IIT, Chennai
Session 3: By DR.Hemapriya Jayapal, ADG- National Crime Investigation Bureau
Session 4: By Dr.Hussain, General Physician
After a two year COVID break, the celebration of Navaratri at MVM,Thiruvottriyur branch started with great involvement from students andteachers. The Golu Pooja started by offering prayers to GoddessNavDurga. The highlight of the celebration was the Dandiya Night, wherethe whole school along with their parents danced together making theevening more memorable.Ms.Harshini, the Project Head and Principal, Ms.Maheen congratulated thestudents and teachers for the religious celebration of Navrati andemphasized on how the navratri celebration symbolises the 'VIctory ofGood over Evil'.
After two years COVID break, the celebration of Navaratri at MVM, Thiruvotriyur branch started with great involvement from students and teachers. The Golu Pooja started by offering prayers to Goddess NavDurga. The highlight of the celebration was the Dandiya Night, where the whole school along with their parents danced together making the evening more memorable. Ms. Harshini, the Project Head and Principal, Ms.Maheen congratulated the students and teachers for the religious celebration of Navratri and emphasized on how the Navratri celebration symbolizes the 'Victory of Good over Evil'.
MVM, TVT branch conducted a workshop for teachers on the five essential elements that are required for efficient handling of adolescents which was completely experiential with minimal theory. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Mina, a consultant psychologist at the British High Commission, Chennai on the below topics: •Teacher Personality – what are your traits? •Emotional intelligence – a teacher’s virtue Adolescence: A tumultuous transition period –
How do you handle teenagers? • Change the way you see them –
can you step into their shoes? • Helping adolescents navigate their challenges – would you support or stigmatize? Using games and experiential activities. A much welcomed one @ MVM, TVT for our teachers.
Education is not just books, lessons, demonstrations, results and marks. Learning blossoms in many different ways and so it is very essential to provide a variety of opportunities for our children to express themselves. Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Thiruvotriyur conducts regular classes by well trained teachers to encourage children to appreciate and excel in music, dance, drawing, painting and other handicrafts. All these activities help children connect with each other and the nature in a unique way that is beyond our imagination. The children always surprise us by their innovative creations.
We provide sports training by engaging expert trainers in both indoor and outdoor games. Children have a variety of options to choose from, which include Badminton, Boxing, Archery, Skating, Gymnastics, Silambam, Table Tennis, Carom board and Chess. Sports encompass all the aspects of life. There is toil, strife, delight, delusion, despondency, hope, aspiration, achievement, failure, camaraderie, strategy, surprises and much more. Above all, sports, as life is, are full of opportunities and possibilities. That is why, preparing our children to participate in sports events is very essential.
Our club activities provide opportunities for our children to research and implement projects in science, mathematics, language and ecology by taking them to field visits and training them in organic farming and self-sustenance so that they will be able to develop a desire to live in sync with nature and face any situation in life with clarity and confidence. Science club, Math club, Nature club, Language club, Theatre club, Photography club and Arts& craft club provide a wide range of opportunities to explore and experience the world
Special Activities include training in dance, Music, Band, Sports, Yoga and Photography. The children are encouraged to participate in any two activities. Thus, an oasis of hope in the midst of challenges was created.
Yoga is an integral part of our tradition. It is India’s gift to the world. The word yoga means union. The union here refers to experiential reality of oneness. It is training the mind and body to synchronize between themselves and then synchronize the being with the cosmic energy. Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline. It is an art and science of healthy living. Thus the aim of yoga is self-actualization. It is globally accepted by the UNO declaration. 11th December is celebrated as International Yoga Day. We at Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Tiruvotriyur practice yogasanas and meditation along with our children every working day between 8.00 am and 8.30 am.
Our children participated with great enthusiasm in the clean Marina drive on 6/7/2019. Gratitude is a very important quality that helps a child to blossom into a complete human being.
As a part of the Heritage club activity, we had Prof. Jagajivan Ram, History Professor, Presidency College to address our students on the importance of understanding our country's rich culture and heritage.
Our children participated with great enthusiasm in the clean Marina drive on 6/7/2019.
• We conducted an awareness program to encourage people to avoid plastic and use eco-friendly material. Our children conducted a street play at mint bus stand on 7th July 2018
• Our children distributed more than 3000 Tulasi saplings to emphasize the need for growing useful plants at home within a short space on 17th December at Prince village phase 1,Prince village phase 2 - Tondiarpet, Royapuram,Old washermenpet, GA road, Pencil Factory, Ennore, Wimco- Sri Rangam New Town, Hansa Apartment & Jeevanlal Nagar, Periyar Nagar, Tvt Market and shops, Theradi - Ellayamman Kovil st, Tks Avenue, Horizon Apartment, Ezhil Hospital, Apollo Hospital, Arihant Flats, Charles Nagar, Tondiarpet Market & hi-dreams gated community, Tollgate Petrol Bunk.
• Gratitude is a very important quality that helps a child to blossom into a complete human being. It is very important to acknowledge the fact that we all are dependent on each other and so, we need to respect everybody and appreciate their contributions. We celebrate “Thanks giving week” during the last week of December and first week of Jan every year, when our children visit various service institutions like the police station, fire station, hospital, post office, etc. Our children interact with the personnel there and distribute greeting cards to them.