History

The origin of the Vidyapeeth dates back to pre-independence period – 1921 when immediately after the demise of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak, his follower Mahatma Gandhi mooted the idea of establishing a university in his memory.

As we all are aware one of the postulates of the four fold formula conceived by Lokmanya Tilak was National Education and the other three being Swaraj, Swadeshi and Boycott.

The delegates of the first Maharashtra Provincial Conference on 6th May 1921 under the presidentship of Shrimat Shankaracharya of Karveer Peeth decided to have National University in Maharashtra and thus the present day Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth (TMV) was established.

Why Joyland ? At TMV's Joyland we see a child who :

  • Is unique
  • Is rich in potential and culture
  • Is a wonderer
  • Is active Is an explorer
  • Is a seeker
  • Is creative

Core Values

 Integrity
 Responsibility
 Knowledge
  • TMV’s Joyland is based on developing the individual values in an innovative way in early childhood education.
  • The children are respected as competent thinkers and communicators who are offered many opportunities to engage with a range of materials and resources to extend and challenge their thinking.
  • The motive here is to make them explore, discover and learn in a joyful way.
  • TMV’s Joyland ensures strong moral, social, emotional and physical development transforming children from an amateur toddler to a refined, confident, inquisitive and an enthusiastic smart young one who faces the world with confidence.

Our Methodology

  • TMV’S Joyland focuses on the following six developmental areas and also has a unique syllabus which is innovative, thematic and skill based.
  • Personal, social, and emotional development
  • Linguistic development
  • Mathematic and logical reasoning
  • Interpersonal and Intrapersonal development
  • Physical development
  • Creative development