NAME MALIYADEVA BALIKA VIDYALAYA
School Number 18176
Province North-Western Province
School Colors & Flag
Green, often associated with growth, vitality, and harmony, reflects the school’s commitment to nurturing young minds and fostering their holistic development. Yellow, on the other hand, represents optimism, joy, and enthusiasm.
Together, the green and yellow colors of Maliyadeva Balika Vidyalaya embody the institution’s mission to empower students, cultivate their potential, and inspire them to become compassionate, well-rounded individuals who make a positive impact on society.
The school flag of Maliyadeva Balika Vidyalaya is a proud symbol that represents the identity and unity of the school community. The flag is rectangular in shape and features the school’s emblem and colors.
The motto of Maliyadeva Balika Vidyalaya is “Aloko Udapadi,” which translates to “Be the Light.” This motto encapsulates the school’s philosophy and the aspirations it holds for its students. “Aloko Udapadi” encourages students to shine brightly, both academically and personally, by seeking knowledge, pursuing excellence, and making a positive difference in the world.
The crest of Maliyadeva Balika Vidyalaya is a visual representation of the school’s identity and values. It is a symbol that embodies the school’s mission, vision, and rich heritage.is a powerful symbol that encapsulates the school’s values, aspirations, and legacy.
The lotus flowers symbolize purity, growth, and the blossoming of talents and potential. Above the lotus flower, there is a flame, which signifies enlightenment and the pursuit of knowledge. It serves as a reminder to all members of the school community of their shared purpose and the ideals they strive to uphold.
Maliyadeva Balika Vidyalaya implements a unique housing system that enhances camaraderie, healthy competition, and personal growth among its students. The housing system comprises four distinct groups: Devi, Janaki, Sangamiththa, and Saraswathi. Each housing group represents different aspects of character and values among the students. Devi signifies strength and courage, encouraging students to overcome challenges with determination. Janaki embodies wisdom and compassion, promoting empathy and understanding. Sangamiththa represents unity and harmony, emphasizing the importance of cooperation and collaboration. Finally, Saraswathi symbolizes knowledge and creativity, inspiring students to explore their intellectual and artistic talents.