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International School Award 2019-22

The British Council recognised Bhavan's Mehta Vidyalaya's contribution for its outstanding development of the international dimension in the curriculum and honoured it with 'International School Award 2019-22'.


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Vidya Daan

Bhavan's Mehta Vidyalaya received a letter of appreciation from the CBSE informing that the pilot programme 'Vidya Daan' initiated by the school has been adopted by CBSE and will be implemented in all schools across India.


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Fare Thee Well

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Mehta Vidyalaya bid adieu to the outgoing batch of Class XII on February 7, 2020. The Chief Guest for the evening was Prof. Siddharth Ramji, Director- Professor of Department of Pediatrics & Neonatology, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi and a former alumnus of batch 1973. The occasion also saw the release of the Bi-annual School Newsletter.


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Memoirs Released

After 30 years of glorious service as Principal of Sardar Patel College of Communication and Management and as Hon' Director of Rajendra Prasad Institute of Communication and Management, New Delhi, Shri Omcherry NN Pillai stepped down from his responsibilities. He is now 94 and believes that the most productive chapter of his life has started now only.
On this occasion, his memoirs, 'It so Happened', was released by PI Sherief Mohammed, Hon' Secretary, Pathanamthitta Kendra. His memoirs covered in 40 chapters are a great work of art and literature, and is an inspirational guide for all.
Bhavan applauds VP Joy IAS Cabinet Secretary Govt. of India and Sri Radhakrishnan Iyroor for their contribution in bringing out the Memoirs.


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Dr. Anju Tandon felicitated with State Teachers' Award

Dr. Anju Tandon, Principal, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Mehta Vidyalaya, New Delhi was honoured with the State Teachers' Award by Shri Manish Sisodia at the Delhi Secretariat on 26 March, 2021 in a grand ceremony. This award was bestowed on her in recognition of her path breaking efforts, invaluable service and contribution in the field of education. The award constituted a cash prize of Rs 25000/-, a citation, a silver medal and a shawl.
Dr. Anju is also a recipient of the coveted 'CBSE National Award for the Teachers for the year 2014' in recognition of her valuable and commendable services rendered to the community for the cause of education as a teacher of outstanding merit and Commendation Card from General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Central Command on the Eve of Independence Day 2007 in recognition of devotion of duty and distinguished service.
Dr. Anju Tandon has been the epitome of excellence as an educator, a leader and a mentor. Spearheaded by her dynamic leadership, Mehta Vidyalaya has emerged as an institution that focuses on investing in the future of children through a vast spectrum of initiatives, programmes, events and activities designed to inculcate in them the 21', century skills and values.


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Shraddhanjali

J. Veeraraghavan, Former Director, New Delhi Kendra passed away on 4 June, 2021. He was 90.
An illustrious personality, Veeraraghavanji was Former Secretary, Govt. of India in Ministry of Human Resources Development and Secretary, Dept of Culture. He was also the Regional Advisor, Social Development, UNESCAP, and Consultant in Education, UNESCO, Bangkok. In 1986 he was appointed Consultant for reorganisation of the Development of Education of the Govt. of Ghana and from 1983-1986 he was advisor (Education), Planning Commission, Govt. of India. From 1978-83 he was Executive Director, National Institute of Education Planning and Administration and member, HRD Academy, Ahmedabad.
Veeraraghavanji who was associated with the Bhavan for over 35 years, was active till a couple of years ago heading its network of institutions of higher learning as a Director. Under his able leadership, New Delhi Kendra flourished and became the most visible and active centre of culture, arts and education.
He is survived by his wife. May his soul rest in eternal peace.


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