To build up and nurture a multilingual, multicultural pace setting 'learning centre', where each learner and learning facilitator does search and research, unlearns and learns, to create a 'niche' for himself/ herself in whatever he/ she/ undertakes, through excellence and hard work, concern and commitment.
To extend the concept of 'transforming the classroom', making it a 'self-propelled' quantifiable change in 'learning to learn', through group discussions and presentations, field trips, interactions with the rural and urban community - a process eventually leading to self management.
1922 - Hindu High school Established in 1922
1935 - Ratan Cottage Property Purchased
1955 - Shri. Sharad Pandit - Our First Principal
1956 - Sanjeewan Vidyalaya Trust Formed
1961 - Main school building complex (Academic) built on Fula Lodge Campus
1960 - Fulla Lodge purchased
1962 - Govt. of India adopted the school for its Merit Scholars
1965 - Arjun House - Assistance from Govt. of India
1978 - Duke of Edinburg Award Scheme
1983 - Science Laboratory Block built
1987 - Multipurpose Hall
1992 - Rural Centre Development Programme
1994 - Rural Centre Built
1995 - CBSE Stream Launched
1998 - Foundation stone of VTC laid by Dr.Rawal - Director, Nehru Planetarium - Mumbai
2000 - Vocational Training Centre completed
2004 - Girls' dormitory built
2007 - The School allotted Integrating Learning Project by Govt. of Maharashtra.
2011 - IGCSE Stream Launched
2015 - Enrolled for International School Award & Spoken English Graded Examination by Trinity College, London
The 4th International Yoga Day was celebrated in the school.
Entire Sanjeewan community took part in this event and performed the yogasan ....
On the 9th of March, 2018 there was a palpable air of expectancy on the campus of Sanjeewan Vidyalaya, a 95 year old residential school in the pict ....
Anil Kulkarni (Batch 1956 - 1961)
Sanjeewan was the foundation of my life. It was the school where the formative foundation of my thought processes happened. The foundation of Sanjeewan was taking a fresh mind and building it into something. This was the place where I learnt to self-learn and Sanjeewan will always occupy a favorite corner of my heart.”
Mr. Mansukhlal Haria (Batch - 1969)
Memories came alive for Mr. Mansukhlal Haria when he visited his school after nearly 50 years. He is based in Washington Salem, USA. The possessor of an amazing memory, he can even today recite shlokas taught by his teacher Mr. Deshpande. He reminisced about the time he had a sung a shloka- as a part of the school choir- for the inaugural ceremony of the main school building.
Sanjeewan helped me in gaining discipline for my lifetime. I have become independent and I have been trained to stay tough and face any kind of situation.