The class rooms in the school are fully air cooled, well ventilated and equipped with required furniture.
School is committed to all round development of the child through a well designed infrastructure for co-curricular activities
Late Pt. Madan Lal Sharma Ji was the founder of the school. He was born in a religious Brahmin family on January 20th, 1934 at Kotputli in Rajasthan. He dedicated his life to the service of mankind. He was a real epitome of wisdom, love, care and affection.
Combining academic and human excellence, I am very delighted to introduce the YMS family- a family dedicated to nurture a well-rounded understanding, a balanced sense of identity and pride. YMS is steadily broadening its horizons making learning experiential & more meaningful.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK
The major flaw in our educational system is “A lot is taught but little is learned or understood”. The underlying fear is that unless academic training of child starts early, the child cannot cope with the fast paced pedagogy and the competitive ethos of the later school years
Education is greatly influenced by the tools of modern era. With the advancement of the latest technologies a drastic change has been noticed in the behaviour of the children. At this crucial juncture they need a right direction and right inspiration so that the youth power is properly channelized into innovative and constructive work.
WELCOME TO YUVASHAKTI MODEL SCHOOL ROHINI
A school is a place where a certain quality of life and certain types of activities and occupations are provided with the object of securing the child’s development along with desirable lines.
Keeping this in mind founder of the school Late Pt. Madan Lal Sharma Ji planned to start a construction, equivalent to a happy home, a sacred shrine, a social center, a state of miniature and bewitching Brindavan, all beautifully blended together into a synthetic structure ‘Y.M.S.’
All classrooms are equipped with a sound-field system for the benefit of the hearing as well as the children with hearing loss.
While I love School’s emphasis on a diverse liberal arts education, during my sophomore year I found myself wondering how I could fuse my plethora of academic interests into a unified skill-set.