Executive Team


Smt. Vidya Sridhar

The entire system of school education is undergoing a huge transformation and the focus is primarily on making the learners responsible in achieving the desired learning goals at their own pace. In the modern concept of schooling, teaching has paved way for facilitation of learning through knowledge sharing. The wave of digital learning and cloud computing is reaching new heights. The present situation is calling for new kinds of learners, who can adapt and respond flexibly to the extraordinary challenges we see day in and day out. It is now important to train the mind to think and explore independently.

We teach our children how to grow their own plants, instead of giving them a cut flower… Our students love being taught as they are given opportune environment to analyze, synthesize, evaluate, think critically and ask questions. We are committed to inspire them in all ways for the in-depth learning and as per the tenets of New Education Policy.

We have always believed in teaching a child to experience and appreciate the real wonders of our country and the world; and to grow their wings of ambition and soar like a falcon towards the skies with feet firmly planted in core Indian values.  That’s why Art-integrated Education is embedded in classroom transactions not only for creating joyful learning but also for imbibing the Indian ethos through integration of Indian art and culture in the teaching and learning process at every level.

We continue our ascent towards success by asking more of ourselves today, tomorrow and forever. Accepting Henry Ford’s words as true: “Life begins with one step outside of your comfort zone,” our school aspires to create a symphony in the hearts of its young pupils, such that it exudes pure music and propels generations of students to dream, visualize and plan for their future.


Ms. Anita Gupta

Raman MunjalVidyaMandir, under the aegis of Raman Kant Munjal Foundation is proudly ushering its valuable service to the society and mankind at large. Since its establishment, the school has been guided by its core values of Character Building, Integrity, Pursuit of Excellence and Sensitivity towards Environment. We are committed to provide a learning environment which is positive, supportive yet challenging thus allowing our students to achieve their personal best and to become responsible human beings.

Our vision is to empower our students to become lifelong learners, community leaders and global citizens of the world.

We strive to inculcate the right values to be perseverant and futurist, where leaders are cultivated, talents recognized and convictions understood for the creation and sustenance of knowledge.
Like a sculptor who chisels a piece of stone into a beautiful statue, we nurture our kids to create a better tomorrow.
“What we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of the child” – George Bernard Shaw


Ms. Sameera Saxena

The first seven years of a child’s life are very crucial as it is during this period that the child completes almost 90% of his learning and the most crucial milestones occur in this stage. The adage by famous Greek Philosopher Aristotle, “Give me a child until seven and I show you the man,” clearly indicates that these years are a precursor of a child’s future as the foundation for the future is laid here. It is in this age that children form their value system which lasts lifelong.

We, at Raman MunjalVidyaMandir, create a conducive environment to learning where children develop a passion for learning, think creatively and innovatively with mind as well as heart and develop compassion. Efforts are made to provide a relaxed learning environment where children can learn at their own pace. It is ensured that children sustain interest in studies and keep curiosity alive to stimulate thinking. We go beyond the text books and inspire young learners to explore their inner self and attain excellence in every sphere of life. Freedom is given to the students and at the same time they are taught where to draw a line so that they can charter their own course confidently.

This way we try to create a creed of independent thinkers and future leaders who are balanced personalities and ready to take the challenges of day to day life.