About Gurukulam


The school aims to imbue the age old traditions and values amongst the student in the most undiluted and pure form.  At the same time, the school takes ample initiatives to pace up with the every changing dynamic technological advancement to give a lead in their discipline to study.

Our school is an initiative to develop students through Self-study, Self-thinking, Self- discipline and Self-help which are the four corner stones of our teacher methodology.


News & Updates

Chairman’s Message

chairman_img“ Triumph belongs to thought. Change your thinking and you change your life.” Mother’s Global school was conceptualised by the thought of serving the society by gifting it with the most precious and powerful resource- the educated and empowered youth…

Principal’s Message

principal_img“You may help the little ones grow to be the sunshine of God’s love in the world”. Inspired and guided by these words of wisdom from the great mother, Mother Teresa it is our aim to see our children reflecting the light of their knowledge and learning to the world…

Our Initiatives




  • Spectacular sports Extravaganza
    Mother’s Global School, C-Block Preet Vihar, Delhi celebrated its ‘30th Annual Sports Day...
    Mother’s Global School, C-Block Preet Vihar, Delhi celebrated its ‘30th Annual Sports Day –SPARDHA – Culmination of sports ethics’ on December 30, 2014 at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium New Delhi ensuring 100% participation of the students.

    The Programme commenced with the guard of honour being presented to the Guest of honour Mr. Om Prakash Sharma Ex-MLA by the smart marching students of the four houses at the tunes of school band. Principal Mrs. Neeta Jethy presented the school report and apprised the audience with the achievements of the students in the academics and in the activities. The programme witnessed the ‘Athletics’ events followed by the spell bound ‘Yoga’ performance. ‘Jai Ho’ by the tiny steps of the pre-primary children, ‘Rings and Wings Man oeuvre’ by the Primary children and ‘Fit Kids With Elan- the Aerobics’ performance filled the stadium with the vibrant colours. ‘Martials on defence- the karate’ performance set the stadium on fire.’Mile Sur Mera Tumahara’ the field dance item took the spectators on a cultural journey showcasing the rich tradition and cultural heritage of India

    Mr. Maheish Giri hon’ble Member Of Parliament East Delhi graced the occasion as the chief guest and released school magazine Memoir-2014. Congratulating the school authorities for presenting a fabulous show he laid the importance on the spirit of participation, sharing and struggle in life. Outstanding students were felicitated, Himank Gupta and Niharika Gupta of Class XII were conferred with the best Student award boy and girl respectively. Keshav Sharma Of Class XI was declared the best athletic of year. Rani Jhassi house received the prestigious “Best house trophy”.

    The school choir mesmerized the audience with the school song followed by the National Anthem. Chairman Mr. Ashok K. Jethy proposed the vote of thanks & appreciated the staff & students for there enthusiastic approach towards sports.

    As part of Ganit (growing aptitude in mathematical innovation and training) week commemorating...
    As part of Ganit (growing aptitude in mathematical innovation and training) week commemorating the birth anniversary of Shri. Srinivasa Ramanujan, and to actively promote interest of students in Mathematics. Our school as directed by CBSE conducted panaroma of activities like Quiz competition, titled “Mathopolis” for students of class IX and X where in students qualitative, quantitative, analytical and logical thinking were put to test.

    Powerpoint presentation on “Application of mathematics in real life” for students of class XI highlighted the existence and importance of mathematics in each and every sphere of life, from DNA structure to Mars mission, from basic calculations to banking and so on, very innovatively making use of technology and multimedia.

    Model making competition where in students of class VI, VII and VIII put their artistic and aesthetic skills in explaining the concept of mathematics like triangle inequality, area and perimeter of different shapes and angles.

    Poster making competition where in students of class X laid their beautiful mathematical ideas. A film on “SHOCK WAVES” produced by Vigyan Prasar was screened for class IX students.

    Through all these activities an effort was made to make Mathematics more interesting for better understanding and to reduce the fear of learning the subject.

    Swastika Jain and Niharika Grover of XII A2 did the school proud by their outstanding performance...
    The Students of the school selected for the Jawahar Lal National Science Exhibition

    Swastika Jain and Niharika Grover of XII A2 did the school proud by their outstanding performance at the State Level Science, Mathematics & Environment Exhibition 2014-2015 organised by the Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT, Delhi and getting selected for the Jawahar Lal National Science Exhibition to be organized by NCERT in 2015. Their exhibit made to the National level on being critically scrutinized by a panel of expert judges at the Zonal, Centre and State levels. They were awarded with Mementos and Certificates at different levels.

    GEARING UP FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP –ISA AccreditationThe school, which is committed to produce ‘ a Proud Indian; a Promising global citizen’,...

    The school, which is committed to produce ‘ a Proud Indian; a Promising global citizen’, joined the exciting journey of the British Council International School Award programme and carried out nine extensive projects on various themes with a global relevance. Some of these projects were done in collaboration with various schools across the globe like Shoreham beach primary school, U.K., Friends Academy, U.S.A., Republican Layzeum school & Russia,Gimnazjum Prymierza Rodzin school, Poland.

    In recognition of its excellent endeavour in nurturing global citizenship and enriching teaching & learning the school was felicitated with International School Award(ISA) in a grand and fabulous award ceremony organized by British Council on December 4, 2014. The school chairman, Mr. Ashok K. Jethy, Principal, Mrs. Neeta Jethy & ISA coordinator, Mrs. Surbhi Gautam jointly received the coveted trophy and the prestigious certificate.

    The ISA has catapulted our teachers and students to higher echelons of establishing a globally charged teaching and learning process and has helped to broaden their global outlook.


    Mrs. Neeta Jethy, receiving the Universal Human Rights Promotion Award 2014 from H.E. Mr. Pius Dunaiski, High Commissioner of the Republic of Namibia at the 15th world Human Rights Congress held at the Indian Institute of Human Rights(IHR) New Delhi on December 10, 2014


    The nation celebrated the 139th birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas with great zeal and optimism. Mother’s Global School was seleced as one of the centre for the celebrations. The students and teachers of 10 schools of East Delhi were invited to be part of this event. Four hundred students of different schools participated in the activities along with the students of the host school.The school assembly grounds witnessed a gathering of some 2300 students. The special assembly commenced with the floral tributes to Sardar Vallabhbhain Patel offered by the chairman of the school, Mr. Ashok Kumar Jethy, followed by the national song and presentation of an article on the life of Sardar Patel. The students took the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas pledge with the Principal, Mrs Neeta Jethy, who also apprised the students of the significant contributions of Sardar Patel in the national freedom struggle by giving vivid examples from his life. The Academic advisor, Ms. Rita Talwar enlightened the young minds on the pivotal role played by the leader for the country’s freedom and for presenting a united India. The Chairman flagged off the ‘Run for Unity’; where around 500 students took part to express their solidarity with the ideals of Sardar Patel and their relevance I today’s time.

    On this occasion different activites lime poster making, collage making jingles’ writing in English and Hindi and debates on the theme of unity and integrity were organized; wherein around 200 students participated enthusiastically. Indigenous games like Kho-Kho, Kabbadi, Tug of war etc. saw active participation from the students of all the participating schools.

    The day long engagements were instrumental in instilling in the students a vigour for the ideals of national unity and integrity and to act as ambassadors of Unity, safety and security.
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