In loving memory of Mr. Ravi Shankar V, our
Field Instructor for 30 years
In loving memory of Mrs. Tara
Satyanarayan, Former Teacher, Principal,
Correspondent and Committee Member who was assosiated with us
for more than 50 years
In loving memory of
Mrs. Alamelu Gopalan,
Teacher, Former Principal and Committee Member who was
assosiated with us for 50 years
We announce the sudden and sad demise of Mrs
Nallammai our Tamil teacher . She passed away on the
28th of June 2008. She taught in the primary before moving
over to the senior side when Mr Thotadri retired. She was in
VM for 19 years
Congratulation Hariffa Begum Miss on your sucessful completion
of 20 years in Vidya Mandir.
Well C++ & me, were miles apart and if there was anybody
who could bridge that gap it would be none other than Harifa
Miss, Well it goes without saying that her knowledge about
the subject is explicit and her experience catalyses her teaching.
She had a lot of concern for the students and would stand
for them at their most difficult times. Well mam I am proud
to be your student, and hope I get some more like you to teach
me C++in college as a teacher, as a friend and a well wisher.
2003 - 2005
We miss you Bhoopathy Sir.
Mr. Bhoopathy was born on 15th Jan. 1950. He joined Vidya Mandir on the 14th of June 1973. In the year 2004, he completed 30 years with the Physical Education Dept. at V.M.
Mr. Bhoopathy was a keen sports lover and contributed a great deal to V.M sports. He has taught two generations of children in VM. He was a multi faceted personality. He was a well-known volleyball coach. He also helped children out with basketball, swimming and athletics. He was a firm believer of yoga, which he practiced every day and he has also written a few books on it. He was responsible for starting the state level inter-school volleyball tournament in Vidya Mandir with the help of the school alumni. It is a prestigious tournament, which is still conducted and has grown in popularity and strength over the years.
Besides his school activities, he also wrote books and articles and was also a Sidhha practitioner. He has the distinction of going on a cycling expedition throughout south India and this was featured in leading Tamil magazines. He also worked for the upliftment of tribals and Narikuravas.
A popular teacher and an enthusiastic person, he was very involved in the school sports activities and provided a lot of encouragement to talented children.
Mr. R. Bhoopathy passed away on 17-11-2006. He is missed very much and will remain in our hearts forever.