|Maharishi Vidya Mandir
MAHARISHI VIDYA MANDIR - I
ALOPI NAGAR, TATI BANDH
Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools (MVM) have been established to introduce Maharishi Consciousness based Education System in mainstream of school education in India. 148 branches in 16 states with about 100,000 students and about 6,000 teaching and support staff have proven its importance in Indian society for last 15 years. Keeping in view the local requirement, schools are functional from KG to 12th standard. Over 80 branches are affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi and rest are affiliated to respective state school education boards.
MVM School are one of the largest chain of schools in the country with its unique approach to complete and wholistic education. Bhopal-Ratanpur branch and Bhopal-MCEE (M.P.) branches have residential facility for the students and teachers. Jabalpur-Vijay Nagar branch will also have residential facilities from session 2009-10.
MVM students apart from following CBSE or respective state school education course patter, also learn Maharishi Vedic Science, and practice Transcendental Meditation and Yog as integral part of school routine. This approach has received wide appreciation from parents and they have acknowledged substantial improvement in their wards.
To fulfill this aim, MVMs are establishing the value of pure consciousness in all the students across the country, thereby not only helping the students to gain conventional knowledge for gaining profession skills but also for gaining total knowledge of natural law for personal life. This allows the student to lead a stress-free and strain free life to accomplish their desires without any difficulty. The aim is to allow each generation to enjoy fruits of all knowledge and with its own accomplished life can enliven whole world consciousness and play again the role of Jagat Guru.
Maharishi Vidya Mandir school students have innumerable achievements and have won awards in the field of academics, sports, cultural events, dance, drama, music, debate, social contribution etc. by the end of academic session 2007-08, over 40,000 students and staff have been trained in TM-Sidhi Programme and Yogic Flying.