MEWA ie., Malanad Educational and Welfare Association is a Charitable Public Trust registered under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 vide registration no. F/5365/THN. The said trust was established in 1996 with the primary objective to give Philip to quality education and provide a platform to the budding aspirants in various fields of cultural and social activities.

It is our endeavour to make education affordable to the less fortunate children who are otherwise denied or deprived of quality education on account of spiraling cost of quality education.

On 19th June 2006 we started a school under the name of Vidyaniketan English School in a small place having 1000 sq. ft., area.

On 21st March 2010 MEWA was awarded with the “Linguistic Minority” status from the Government of Maharashtra.

From a mere strength of less than 25 students when we started our school, we have grown to more than 1200 students in this academic year.

We have achieved 100% pass result in S.S.C., examinations consistently for the last 5 years due to the encouragement of our Members and sincere efforts of our teachers.

Our students appear for Elementary and Intermediate Drawing Exam and Scholarship Exams conducted by Government of Maharashtra.

We have also sent our students for various inter-school competitions like elocution, quiz drawing etc., and students have won many prizes for the same. We conduct workshops for students on Stress Management and Time Management by well known organization like IPH.

We conduct Science Exhibition in our school to enhance their scientific skills and bring eminent scientists to encourage and provide their valuable guidance to our students. Last Science exhibition was held on 23th August 2013 under the leadership of Dr. Shreelaja Nair, an eminent Scientist connected with TIFR, Chembur.

In keeping with our aim for overall development of our students, we have formed an INTERACT club under Rotaract Club Thane Central where our students will work on projects for the welfare of society. On 2nd December 2013 used clothes were collected by the students and given to the needy adivasis.

We also conduct Workshops for teachers on Stress Management and how to guide students in dealing with problems they face in life.

Being a Linguistic Minority Institution, we conduct Malayalam classes under the Malayalam Mission to teach students to read and write in Malayalam. They are also made aware of our rich cultural tradition through various camps conducted by the Mission.

Our search for better infrastructure to provide the very best facilities for our students continues ...