Sri Vidya Mandir School, Shivaji Nagar, Salem was started on 10th June 1971 with a strength of 175 students and 12 staff members in a thatched shed. Sri R.P. Sarathy. Managing Partner, Narasu's Coffee Company, Salem laid foundation for the first building on 10.3.74 - Smt.Vasantha Sarathy inaugurated the classes by lighting a Kuthuvilaku on the occasion and the new building was declared open by Honourable Union Minister for Energy Mr. P. Ramachandran under die presidentship of his Excellency Prabhudas B. Patwariji, Governor, Taniilnadu on 31 -12-77.


His Holiness Sri Sri Jagadguru Bharathi Theertha Swamigal, Sarada Peetam, Sringeri, in the immediate presence of his exalted Holiness Sri Sri Jagadguru Abinava Vidya Theertha Maha Swamigal, Sarada Peetam, Sringeri declared open the first floor on 12-11 -79 and again the second floor on 18-7-83.


Sri Baburam Guptha, Salem Roller Flour Mill, Salem declared open the southern Side building on 21-12-1988 under the Presidentship of Sri C. Rekchand Randa, D.R. Ranka & Bros., Jewellers, Madras. Smt. C. Kamal Jain, Member, Sri Vidya Mandir Hostel Committee lighted Kuthuvilakku. Poojaniya Pravarthak Sri Roopchandji Maharaj and Poojaniya Upa-Pravarthak Sugan Muni Maharaj, Jain Sampradaya, who was kind enough to visit ShivajiNagar School and blessed us all. Today the school is fully as a senior secondary school.

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The school believes in discipline and firmness. Disobedience and disregard of rules will not be tolerated and will be regarded as the breach of school discipline.

1.Parents are requested not to enter the classrooms to visit their wards or teachers during school hours without written permission of the principal.

2.For the safety and security of the students, leave for half day should not be asked for. In emergency, written permission must be taken from the principal and the class teacher, coordinator and the transport incharge should be informed accordingly if student availing transport facilities. The student will be allowed to go home only with their parents.

3.Students must come to school in proper and perfect uniform.

4.Students must not bring valuable article viz., expensive watches, jewellery toschool. In case of any loss of valuable or other articles, the school will try their best to find the article but it shall not take any responsibility for the loss.

5.Parents are suggested to avoid criticism of the teacher or the school in front of the children as it causes them to lose respect for teachers.

6.Parents are requested to co-operate with the school to help their children’s progress by paying attention and atmost care towards their children.

7.If any complaint, please meet the principal in person. He/she will look into these matters personally.