Ms. Neha Mehrotra


“Every day is a new beginning every day is full of blessings every day is filled with new hope”

We at NLK believe that never stop learning; for when we stop learning we stop growing....
Education is one of the most powerful things which allows us to find the meaning behind everything and helps improve lives in a massive way. I wish and pray that everyday be a special day for every child who enters the portals of NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS, with a heart and mind set to grow more than yesterday. The following lines of John L. Mason are worth pondering,

“…Do more than grow. Bloom.
Do more than hear. Listen.
Do more than talk. Communicate.
Do more than think. Create.
Do more than work. Excel.
Do more than decide. Discern.
Do more than read. Apply.
Do more than dream. Do
Do more than wish. Believe.
Do more than change. Improve.
Do more than exist. Live.”

And live with a purpose in your heart.
I really feel fortunate to work with many dedicated, committed, caring and innovative staff members, parents and students. Heartfelt thanks to all parents, our shiny stars and our backbones (TEACHERS) for their support and patience in this pandemic. We had successes and some challenges, yet despite all, we continued the work that has to be done to ensure the safety and educational needs of our students.

Ms. Sadhna Ahuja


"The goal of all learning is ultimately taking action in the real world."

"We at NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS believe in giving our students strong values along with a set of wings which may carry them far and wide to a global society with dignity, honor & integrity "

We also accept that each child is unique and needs nurturing to unlock his/ her potential. Our aim is to bring out the best in every child and develop joyful, confident communicators who are prepared for success in life.

With my rich experience of 11 years in NLK GROUP OF SCHOOLS, I strongly believe, " our group of schools is a blue print for the new generation. We provide accurate, specific and a blend of Indian values reinforced by our global experience acquired over the years that too at a very economical fee.”

Ms. Anshul Singh


Brad Henry once said “A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning”.
We, the teachers of NLK’s Wendy School, create a positive and inspiring environment for our students so that they can do their best. We aim at imparting thorough knowledge and developing innovative skills in our students through diverse activities. This further helps improve their problem-solving abilities.
Our focus is on enhancing academics with collaborative skills. Students find the explanation of chapters with the help of stories and real-life examples to be very interesting. We focus on developing positivity in students towards society. We are striving to make our students future-ready by tapping into latent talent and sharpening the creative faculties of their minds.
By illuminating the light of learning for all students, we would like to see our students soar to new heights and taste success in all their endeavours.



We at N.L.K. combine curricular and non-curricular activities, which are fun and educational at same time and impact the holistic development of children and encouraging them to carry out their dreams....

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam said "Dream is not something that which you see while sleeping, it is something that doesn't let you sleep." Everyone has a dream but only those who gather the courage to work hard and win over all the obstacles that come across their path end up fulfilling them. But for that it is necessary to wake up and realize what we really want in life. There is a vast difference between dreams and aspirations. The people who just keep dreaming do not usually succeed. It is important to aspire to make your dream come true, love what you do and do what you love when you want something bad enough, is that pushes you hard to make it happen. The path to be taken may be difficult but the satisfaction which comes after finally succeeding gives more happiness. So, make your choice and go for it.

Ms. Priya Mishra


Inclusion is opening our minds to new possibilities, making room for different perspectives and enriching the experience for everyone along the way.
Here at NLK, we believe in a joyful experiential learning system wherein, each child is encouraged to participate wholeheartedly!

Children should be motivated to grab each and every opportunity that comes their way which would not only help in their holistic growth but also strengthen their beliefs in teamwork, which is important in this fast-paced world. They need to understand the importance of emotional balance, critical thinking, and most importantly accepting failure graciously! It is our strife to endow them with all these qualities and more.

The reputation, the school has acquired and established over these years is due to the dedication and selfless commitment of teachers, supporting staff, and our hard working students. With the support of the teaching staff and families, our students explore, express and excel academically and creatively.

I really feel privileged to be a part of this prestigious institution where each and every new day comes with some new learning. At the end, I wish my co- teachers and the students, the best of fortune, peace and prosperity for their contribution to the noble task of spreading education and its manifest qualities, aims and objectives.

Ms. Neeru Dhingra


Success is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent efforts. Walt Disney once said “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

Being a teacher is far more than a job, a duty, or a paycheck. It is a service which provides the opportunity to work with learners as they advance through school. We aim at the all-round development of students intellectually, emotionally, socially and culturally. As a teacher, I always strive to guide them in the best way I can. Our endeavor is to promote creativity, environmental sensitivity and academic excellence.

“Perform your obligatory duty, because action is indeed better than inaction.” – Bhagavad Gita.