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December 2015

Progress of restoration at Omega

Dear Parents,

After the recent floods, huge efforts have been undertaken by our teachers and staff to bring the school back to operation as early as possible. The work was limited to the ground floor facilities on campus, the upper floors not being affected in any way.

As a result of their handwork over the last week, the following progress has been achieved

  • All the hostels (which were not affected to begin with) are ready for occupation
  • Drinking water supply has been restored since all the R.O units are located on the roof
  • Power supply has been restored to the classrooms that are functional
  • The kitchen and laundry are functional
  • The campus is completely secure

As a matter of abundant precaution, we have staggered the reopening of the classes. I would like to point out of the following to parents of students in Class 12

  • CBSE is unlikely to consider any postponement of exams for Class 12
  • All city based schools, which have also lost a month of class time, have reopened last Monday, as we have.
  • Practical examinations for the CBSE Board examinations are set to happen between the 1st and 15th of February 2016. Between now and then, students have to complete untaught portions and appear for revision exams.
  • Our teachers have expressed their concern in this regard and have committed to working extended hours and also on weekends. The school will remain open through the christmas holiday season this year.
  • Finally, if your wards do not report back to class on or before 21.12. 2015, they will find it difficult to perform well in the CBSE Board examinations. We request your cooperation in this regard, while assuring you that we have done, and will do, all that is possible to keep your children healthy and safe.

Thank you.
With best regards,

Dr S. Bhavanishankar
Senior Principal

Changes to the reopening schedule (Class XII)

In view of the loss of time owing to the rains and flooding, we intend to reopen school for Class XII (CBSE and A Level IGCSE students) on Monday, 14.12. 2015

Students are requested to report at 7.45 am for classes. Boarders are requested to report to the hostel by the evening of 13.12. 2015


Reopening dates for all other classes are as mentioned in the previous post. Thank you.

School Reopening Notice

After the recent floods, restoration work is now underway at Omega in preparation for reopening.

Parents and students are requested to note that a staggered reopening of the school has been planned, details of which are given below:

For classes 9, 10, 11 and 12 – On 21.12.2015

For classes 5, 6, 7 and 8 – On 28. 12. 2015

For classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and KG/Montessori – On 4.1.2016

Parents are requested to prepare their wards for assessments through routine assignments on content already taught prior to closure. Further information in this regard will be posted on the school’s website on 12.12.2015.


Please check the school’s website and official Facebook page regularly for further updates and information.

Thank you. 


Flood Relief Appeal

Over the past few weeks, Chennai has been experiencing torrential rainfall and the worst flood in over a hundred years, causing immeasurable damage to lives and property.

Lalaji Memorial Omega International School, home to around 5000 students and 300 staff, has been severely affected by the floods. On the night of 1st December 2015, government officials opened up one of the feeder reservoirs to the city (Chembarambakkam) with no prior warning or evacuation notice, flooding our entire campus and all surrounding areas including Manapakkam in a matter of hours. Since the floodwater had inundated the ground floor of all our buildings with water levels as high as 7 ft., 250 hostel students had to be evacuated to safety by boats at midnight and on the following day.

All our ground floor classrooms, laboratories, accounts department, stores, IT rooms, health rooms, laundry facility, two diesel gensets of 160 and 250 KVA capacity and our fleet of buses were submerged in flood water for several days. Our library of more than 10000 books, hundreds of which had been lovingly collected for the children by our founder Shri Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari, is now completely destroyed with not a single book left to salvage. The homes of several of our teachers and staff have been badly damaged, forcing them to seek shelter elsewhere. The nearby village where most of our housekeeping and service staff live was washed away almost entirely. 

The water has now receded, leaving behind chaos, stinking filth and mammoth tasks for us to perform. Electricity has not yet been restored to Kolapakkam. However, we have started restoration work at school with the most inspiring and loving support of our staff. With all of us working together, we are confident that Omega will be back on its feet in a few weeks.

In this collective effort, we are in need of any help on offer and would greatly appreciate all contributions that you wish to make. Details for making a donation are given below:

Account Holder Name: Lalaji Memorial Educational Society

Account number: 1244155000119921
Karur Vysya Bank
IFSC: KVBL0001244

Foreign donations:
FCRA a/c: 20257128305
Allahabad Bank
Please email confirmation to:


Once you have made a contribution, please email confirmation to: with details of the donation to receive a formal receipt. Donations made in India are exempt from taxation under Section 80-G.

Please share this with your family and friends who may also be willing and able to contribute. Thank you.

P R Krishna





November 2015

Changes in the calendar and timings

Dear Parent,


The recent disruption caused by excessive rains and floods has compelled closure of school for an extended period of time.  In order to realize the academic objectives planned for the year 2015-16, the following changes in the calendar and timings have been proposed for the rest of the academic session.

1.       Extension of School Time w.e.f. Monday, the 30th November, 2015

- Classes IV-XII report at 07:45 hours and  exit at 15:55 hours

- Classes I- III report at 08:45 and exit at 15:55 hours

- Classes KG/M1/M2 report at 08:45 and exit at 13:30 hours

2.       Christmas Holidays pruned to the barest minimum

3.       Working on all Saturdays for the rest of the session

It is our fervent hope that you support your ward in realizing all the academic objectives, ensure that he/she is regular to school and concentrates on his/her studies.

Subject teachers have planned a sequence of assignments that would help your ward prepare for forthcoming assessments. Kindly ensure that these assignments are completed on time and offer feedback, where necessary, to the class teachers. 

Soliciting your support and with best wishes



June 2015

NEW ACADEMIC YEAR : 2015- 2016

Important Circular to Parents



May 2015

IB Diploma Program

Applications for admission to IBDP for the year 2015-16  are accessible through the following link.

June 2014

Founder's Day & 9th Annual day

Thursday the 26th June 2014

The Lalaji Memorial Omega International School flagged off its Decennial Celebrations with the Founder's Day  being  commemorated  with great joy, verve and pride and clubbed with the 9th School Annual Function for Classes VI to XII.

 The Founder, Revered Parthasarathy Rajagopalachari, the spiritual head of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission had envisioned the setting up of a school that could inculcate spiritual values at the core of all its activities and named it after the Adi Guru, Pujyashree  Ram Chandraji Maharaj of Fatehgarh, who was affectionately called "Lalaji" by his disciples. So it was apt that the celebration of the school's tenth birth anniversary for a year-long programme, should  commence  with the Founder's Day on Thursday the 26th June 2014.
The main anchor for the evening's events was Roshni of Class XII and the theme was "Let's endeavour  together."   After the invocation, the Head girl of the CBSE section,  Kavya Venkataraman  of Class XII welcomed the Chief guest Mr. P. Ravi, Regional Director, NIOS, Chennai as well as all the parents and other invited guests  who made up the august gathering.  Mr. S. Ramakrishnan, the Correspondent of the school  presented  the chief guest with a bouquet as a token of affection.  Next, Bhavana  Bhavani  Shankar and Saloni of Class XII  presented the School's Annual Report, highlighting  the main activities, moments of pride, challenges  and  upcoming projects.
Mr.S. Ramakrishnan, the Correspondent  of the  School  then addressed the distinguished gathering and spoke of the Chairman, Mr. P.R.Krishna who had been a beacon and had led the school with a vision in tune with the Founder's vision. He acknowledged the various long strides that the school had taken to reach the present  situation with multifarious facilities. He also mentioned the projects that have been realized and those that are going to be undertaken in the near future. He made special mention of the Sewage treatment plant , the environment supporting activities,  the Solar power utilization and the Special education to children needing extra  attention in learning.

This was followed by the Prize distribution to recognize the achievements of students as well as staff  in various spheres. The prizes were given away by the Chief guest Mr. Ravi.  

Following this, the Chief guest  addressed the gathering .  He said that he considered it a great honour to be in the ‘centre of excellence' as he termed the school.  He said that the school was indeed imparting quality education which included spiritual as well as natural values. He complimented everyone for having set up a school in a large campus and providing very good  education to nearly 4600 students. He was convinced that the school was doing yeoman service and said that he could see the vision that the authorities had in mind and its efforts to introduce  open school opportunities to the students. He extolled the students to listen to their inner call and respond accordingly and to help in changing the attitudes of their parents and making a difference to the world.

 Following this a video with Master's message on the occasion of Founder's day, was played. It was a message that had been recorded  specially  on the previous day. Master conveyed his blessings and remembered how the school had started with Sister Jacquiline's  efforts to start a Kindergarten and Primary school called "Baal Vatika" He fondly remembered  Sister Nirmala Sundaram and how she had readily accepted to be  Omega school's first Principal and poured  her experience and effort into the new school. He also reminisced the visits he used to make and the process of acquiring 7 acres and gradually adding on to reach the present 14 or perhaps more acres or so of land for the Lalaji memorial Omega School. He also commended the work of Mr. S. Ramakrishnan, the Correspondent, the Senior Principal, Dr. Bhavani Shankar and Mr. P.R.Krishna, the Chairman, for all their  efforts in providing education for excellence. He congratulated the staff for being able to teach with technical teaching aids and bringing the school to a truly international standard. He conveyed his blessings to all the students, staff and management and said he wished he could have been a student in the school.

Next,  Shivendra Prasad Singh, of Class XII, the Head boy of the CBSE stream of the school, next expressed his gratitude to the Chief guest, the gathered guests and everyone that had helped directly or indirectly to add  lustre to the function and make it a memorable one.

This was followed by a short but meaningful cultural programme.  It  commenced with the newly composed school anthem, written by Vinita Venkataraman, the Music Teacher and set  to music by the students themselves. The song  is about the Vision of the Founder, affectionately called  ‘Master' and the goals and values that he envisaged. This was followed by a fusion of theatre and dance forms in which the theme of finding out whether it was the heart leading  to education or education leading to the heart , was portrayed. As a finale, the first ten teachers and parents of the first ten students  of the school were invited on stage and honoured.

The memorable evening came to an end with the National Anthem.


140 students of Omega,belonging to 12th std, visited Prema Vasam, a home for the mentally and physically challenged and less fortunate children. Prema Vasam located in Gerugambakam,renders humanitarian services free of charge to nearly 200 children.
The visit to such an orphanage will surely leave an indelible impression on the minds of those who visited.The value of the month LOVE AND COMPASSION,planned by Omega's Value Based Spiritual Education(VBSE)  was really put into practice by these students.They took care of the children with love and affectionfor few hours.The efforts of our children toa smile on Prema Vasam children was very touching and we are really proud of them. Their actions are captured in these photographs.

Prema Vasam's founder Mr. Selvyn Roy appreciated and thanked Omega for its kindness and nice gesture of spending quality time with the less fotunate children.

Posted on 14/6/14

Decennial Celebrations:

A year of celebrations starts at Omega on 26th June 2014, Founder's day with the Annual day for class VI to XII. This will be followed by two days of fair on 28th and 29th of June 2014.

To all the friends we hold dear

OMEGA enters its tenth year!

Listen to its enthralling air

And join the most amazing fair.


Joy, laughter, and frolic

Two days of fun for the workaholic

Departments display their talents

A feast for students and parents.


As Omega is our spiritual home

With all our heart we hope you'll come.


Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29th June 2014

9:30 am – 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm


On both days you will find:

  • Art exhibition of works from class I to XII -  Ground Floor, Senior Block
  • Cultural shows at 6pm
In the quadrangle

On 29th, Blood Donation for adults

Between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm

Coconut grove Health Room

Next to IGCSE/KG block


Classes VI to XII



Please click here to view the Traffic Regulation in LMOIS


January 2014

Posted on 13/1/14

150th birth year of Swami Vivekananda

People in India and across the world are celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

As part of such celebration, Sri Ramakrishna Mission in Chennai started a Ratha Yatra of Vivekananda.

It started from Coimbatore and travelled many thousand kilometers before reaching Porur.

Our school children along with other nearby school children were invited to welcome the Ratham on 7th Jan 2014. We welcomed with our NCC band, one of our student enthralled public with his Silumbum, Hand written posters made by our children with Vivekananda's quotations were held high, one of our student read Quotations of Swami Vivekananda in public addressing system in Porur,Chennai.

The day will remain etched in the memories of those students who participated in this historical moment.




Design for Change 2013 India: Special acknowledgment for Omega

Omega school's entry for Design for Change School Challenge 2013 has been listed among the 200 most inspiring stories from India. Our story was about avoiding use of plastics in the campus.


The video from Omega students is best viewed  at


The article about the effort made at Omega can be read at

Our Management has conveyed their deep appreciation for the recognition.
Let us join hands and work as a community to make Omega a plastic free zone!

Invitation for the Valedictory function of CBSE Cluster V Athletic Meet for boys.

We would love to have your presence for the the same.

Valedictory function - at 4:00 pm on 12/11/2013

Please click here to view the Invitation.


Inaugural Ceremony - at 8:00 am on 11/11/2013

Please click here to view the Invitation.


CBSE CLUSTER V ATHLETIC MEET FOR BOYS, 2013-14  (Nov 11 th & 12)
Posted on 23/09/13

LMOIS is hosting the Annual CBSE cluster V boys' sports meet. This meet will be conducted at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, Chennai on November 11th and 12th. More than 100 schools from Tamilnadu and Pondicherry are expected to participate.

To download the pdf version of the "General Instructions" (Guidelines along with Rules & Regulations and the details of the entry form) for CBSE Cluster V Athletic Meet, 2013-14. click here General Instructions  2013.

Basket ball tournament held in R.M.K. School.
Posted on 21/09/13

Last week omega school participated in the  basket ball tournament held in R.M.K. School.
Girls team  was the winner and boys team was the runner-up.
S. Vigneesh of 12th std and  Bhavana Bhavani Shankar of 11 th std were the players of the tournament

Cricket tournament held in Omega school

Lalaji Memorial invitation cricket tournament for boys was held between 29.07.2013 to 03.08.2013
Omega school was runner-up in cricket tournament.

 TOURNAMENT REPORT (2nd Omega Interschool Football Tournament)

Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team conducted its 2nd Omega Interschool Football Tournament on the 29th and 30th of August 2013. 16 Schools actively participated in this 2-day tournament. The 10 under-18 boys teams were :
1.Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team A
2.Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team B
5.Vellamal Matriculation
6.Crescent Matriculation
7.Lady Andal
9.PSBB Millennium
10.PSBB KK Nagar.

After rounds of knockout matches, LMOIS A and Crescent Matriculation played the first semi-final where in LMOIS A stormed into the finals.Vellamal Matriculation played against Lady Andal in the 2nd semi-final which resulted in the Victory of Vellamal Matriculation. And the final between LMOIS A and Vellamal Matriculation was won by LMOIS A.
The 6 under-18 girls teams were:
1. Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team
2. PS Senior
3. Monahar
4. St.Baynes
5. Lady Andal
6. BhavansRajajiVidhyashram.

After rounds of knockout matches, BhavansRajajiVidhyashram and PS Senior played the first semi-final where in PS Senior stormed into the finals. Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team played against Lady Andal in the 2nd semi-final which resulted in the Victory of Lalaji Memorial Omega Interational School Team. And the final between LMOIS and PS Senior resulted with the victory of LMOIS.

This tournament was not just a lot of learning and fun but was and will continue to be  a platform for many young, aspiring,talent football stars. We hope to continue the tradition and in bringing out the best of us.

Under 14 boys ( friends trophy)was held in Nallei Naddar School. Omega School was runner-up.


CBSE - 8th Annual day celebrations
Posted on 05/07/13

 Classes 6 to 7 On Friday, 5th July 2013 from 4:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m at the school premises.
Please click here to view the Invitation.

 Classes 8 to 12 On Saturday, 6th July 2013 from 4:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m at the school premises.
Please click here to view the Invitation.


CBSE - Class X and XII results - 2013.
Posted on 28/05/13

To staff and students of class XII and class X
 CBSE – 2012-2013
For achieving 100 % success in their examinations.


Highlights -  CBSE XII results

Total candidates – 88
Passed with distinction: 67 of whom 19 secured 90 % and above.
All 88 candidates secured first class.

School toppers

Name Stream Percentage Topper
Kousik.S. (S1) 96.6% 1
Karan D Silva (S1) 96.4% 2
R.Arun (S1) 96% 3
Avni Agrawal (C1) 95.4% 1
G.Bhavika (H1) 91.6% 1

Highlights - CBSE X results

Total candidates – 136
Passed with distinction – 120 (of whom 21 scored 10.0)
Pass percentage – 100 %


World Earth Day, 2013
Posted on 23/04/13

Can humankind survive on a planet with ever-decreasing resources?
The Forest is the most precious resource on Earth.
We at Omega school believe that resources we take from forests such as paper have a huge impact on the environment if we continue obtaining it from trees.
Our school has a paper recycling plant to recycle paper. Omega students of Cambridge stream as well as students of CBSE Class 7th and 8th and a few students of CBSE Class XI have the initiative to make useful recycled products such as paper bags, files,folders, booklets and bookmarks from recycled waste paper.
This is the first major recycling initiative at Omega and we dedicate this to the World Earth Day, 2013.
We invite the management, teachers, students and all staff to come view the products and go forward to participate in initiatives to create and use recycled products at Omega.
Thank you.

Click here to read the article in City Express dtd 23/4/13 about Omega school's recycling initiatives

Posted on 23/03/13

Parents invited to the art and craft fair/exhibition that will take place on Tuesday 26th of March in the school premises.
Please click here to view the Invitation.

Posted on 24/12/12

Omega school celebrated Christmas with varied events and interactions. The joy and spirit of Christmas echoed in the school with skits dances and songs from KG to class 12. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

Posted on 4/11/12

Omega School is the proud winner
The Times of India Environment Education Awareness Program.
 ‘Go Green 2011-12' award.

The program is meant to promote nature conservation through the fraternity of students.  Around 60 schools participated in the competition. There were two parts to it:

One part of program was RECOGNITION OF GO GREEN INITIATIVES DONE BY THE TIMES NIE MEMBER schools in the year 2011-12.
Towards this, we had shared a write up of the environmental sustainability initiatives supported by Omega School with photographs of students executing our programs.
Omega has secured the first prize in this event and is recognised as the ‘greenest' school in Chennai!
Congratulations to the management of the school that has been keen to develop a campus full of green initiatives since the opening of Omega school. Congratulations to the students for their extensive participation in making Omega ‘Green" and particularly Mrs Chitra Rajan whose leadership and passion have made this achievement possible.
The handsome trophy awarded to our school is on display at the Correspondent's room.
The competition results have been featured in the Students Edition of the Times of India newspaper on Monday 5th Nov 2012.

  Omega students also participated in the ‘Eco Walk' competition based on the theme ‘Recycle, Reuse, Renew'.
Two of our students Veena Mishra of Class XI C and Aditi Aurora of Class XI A participated in a modelling ‘Eco Walk' competition. One of them donned a costume and accessories made of recycled paper, newspaper and natural materials. The other student explained how the costume and accessories were created using materials from school and our efforts in Waste Management. The students were accompanied by science teacher, Mr Murugesh. Despite short notice they brought out their creativity, design and communication skills in this event.