Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital is a Residential Public School for boys in India that opened in July 1947. The School is the product of the vision of Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant, an Indian independence activist.
The Birla Vidya Mandir School begins for students who want to study in Class 4th till Class 12th. Though being an English medium School, the teachers are referred to as ‘Guruji’ and ‘Didiji’. Prayers in Sanskrit are held before every meal and students celebrate the various festivals of India among each other and the members of the staffs in School.
The Birla Vidya Mandir School is affiliated to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Delhi and member of Indian Public School’s Conference (IPSC), National Progressive Schools Conference (NPSC), CBSE Sahodaya School Complex and International Confederation of Principals (ICP).
The School is an ISO 9002:2000(E) The Quality Management System and ISO:14001:1996 The Environmental Management System certified institution.
Birla Vidya Mandir have experienced and competent faculty for academic excellence and all round development of students’ personality. For students many facilities exist for special training programme for IIT, Medical, CA and NDA.
Career Counselling Programme is organised to give the boys an opportunity of self-exploration and improvement.
Admission in Birla Vidya Mandir Nainital
Admissions in Birla Vidya Mandir School depends on the vacancies of seats from classes IV to IX and XI (as boarder only) for the session commencing from March, is granted on the basis of an admission test-cum-interview, held at the different centres in India.
No admissions are made to classes X and XII. Provisional admission to the class XI is made on the basis of Pre-Board result of the new entrant, which is confirmed only after the Board’s result.
The admission of a boy is valid only up to class X and for class XI he will have to seek fresh admission, which is selective and subject to the discretion of the principal. It will depend on the general conduct and performance of the boy during his stay in the School.
Location of the School
The School is situated 330 km to the north east of Delhi in the Central Himalayan township of Nainital. Its campus is 65 acres in area set at the top of a ridge, called “Sher-Ka-Danda” overlooking the lake, 1,500 feet (460 m) above the town and 7,800 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. It is well connected by a drivable road from Tallital and Mallital of Nainital.