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The alumni of La Martiniere Girls' College formed an Association of its own by the name of La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association (L.M.G.A.A.) in 2006. This is a registered body, looking towards building a close association with as many Old Martinians as possible. The Association opened its membership to the old boys of La Martiniere College, Lucknow on 13th September, 2008. We are here for a mission, our group is not one meant merely for reunions, but we have plans and aims to do our school proud. 
The Association plans to have regular meetings with the aim of bringing together Martinians from all over the world. The old girls and boys have brought laurels to the school and are associated or working for practically every field. We intend to spread the spirit of our Alma Mater everywhere by upholding the ideals and traditions we learnt in school.
L.M.G.A.A. aspires to be a practical working organisation, for the benefit of education, society and our fellow beings. We plan to spread the message of goodness and comradeship through our endeavours.
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Medical Camp-21st April, 2018

La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association organised its annual health camp on Saturday, 21st April, 2018 at 'Poorva Madhyamik Shiksha Vidyalaya' at Gudamba on Kursi Road.  The executives of the Association received a very warm welcome from the students and teachers of the school. The school has 160 students including girls and boys studying in classes VI to VIII. 

Ms. Angana Prasad of KHEL explained the menstruation cycle, reasons for its occurrence and hygiene management to the girls. The interactive session was well received by the girls amidst shy smiles and giggles. The executives of the Association distributed notebooks, drawing books, colour pencils, erasers, rulers, pens, sharpeners, pencil boxes, biscuits and soaps among all the students present. Every girl was also given a packet of reusable sanitary napkins.

RAIN DANCE - 4th MAY,2018

LMGAA organised the Annual Rain Dance on 4th May in the College Lawns. The event was organised so that the girls get some respite from the scorching heat and let their hair loose to the foot tapping groovy numbers  of DJ Moni. The students simply enjoyed the cool drizzle of the sprinklers and the air was abuzz with screams of excitement. LMGAA strives to come with events which would enable children to garner memories of school. The Rain Dance was a huge hit among the children as they kept demading for 'one' last song even past the closing time.



Tree Plantation - 29th July, 2017

Rain Dance - 19th August, 2017

Annual General body Meeting (AGM) - 1st September, 2017


Founder's Day Dinner 12th September, 2016

Founder's Day was celebrated with great verve and vigour by La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association at a prominent city hotel. A large number of  Martinians gathered together to enjoy the  company of their batch mates, friends and teachers. The evening was fun filled  with party games and rocking music. Justice Vishnu Sahai, Mr. C. McFarland, Dr. Mala Mehra,  Aashrita and Rohit Dass, Mr. Trevor  Saville, Mr. Pradeep Kapoor, Mr. Rahul Agarwal, Mr. Gaurav Prakash, Mr. Manav Prakash, Mr. Nitin Prakash were present among others.

Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The AGM of the La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association was held on 5th September, 2016 at La Martiniere Girls' College. We are extremely thankful to all who gave of their precious time to be a part of it.

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Annual tree Plantation drive (19th August, 2016)

La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association held its Annual Tree Plantation Drive on 19th August in La Martiniere Girls' College, Lucknow. This year's Drive was dedicated to their beloved Principal Late Mrs. F. Abraham who was a nature enthusiast and a conscious environmentalist. The event was hosted by the President of the Association, Mrs. A. Dass and the other executives of LMGAA. A power point presentation by the Vice President, Ms. T. Saxena revealed the humoungous work done by Mrs. Abraham to sensitise children towards conservation of nature. Declaring La Martiniere Girls' a polythene free zone, composting manure in the premises, recycling waste, maintaining a herbal garden, growing organic vegetables for the consumption of the resident scholars were just a few of the many participative measures taken by her. The event saw a foot fall of the whos who of Lucknow who are ardent supporters of Mrs. Abraham's Green Projects. Seeds of flowering as well as medicinal plants were distributed  among the guests who were encouraged to plant them at their homes or in their vicinity. LMGAA has also roped in many schools to help in their endeavour to plant 1 lakh trees around Lucknow. 
The evening came to end with the attendees resolving to do their bit to save nature.

Medical Camp( May, 2016)

A few members of La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association  and Project KHEL conducted the annual medical camp at Modern Madarsa in Paper Mill Colony on Sunday  8th May, 2016 from 5: 30 pm to 7pm. A talk on Menstrual Hygiene Management was given by Angana Prasad of Project KHEL. Nearly 100 under-privileged girls were educated about their biological clock, safety and hygiene to be followed during their periods. 

The  session began with a lot of hesitation and timid smiles among the young girls. Soon the interactive session encouraged the girls to open up as they promptly answered the questions directed to them and shared their problems. This was first of its kind of experience for these girls as they had never discussed menstrual health before as it is frowned upon. They were quite surprised that most of the don'ts that these girls followed were actually myths related to menstruation. The highlight of the camp was the emphasis on the importance of hygiene during menstruation and otherwise. All in all, the session was of great  educational value to the girls as they imbibed lifelong lessons of health and hygiene.

The KHEL team distributed reusable sanitary napkins. The Gandhi Corner of La Martiniere Girls' College distributed stationery items and soaps while LMGAA gave out sanitary napkins and a small snack to all the students.


Prize Day (19th March, 2016)

LMGAA Life time Achievement award to retired staff to Mrs. Neelam Dayal  from LMGC and to Mr. Derrick Crawford Clarke for LMC.

LMGAA Reunion ‘ Reconnect – Relive – Recreate’ - 5th to 7th February, 2016


ANNUAL REUNION DINNER- 18th December,2015

La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association and La Martiniere Alumni jointly hosted the Annual Reunion Dinner on Friday, December 18th at La Martiniere Girls College Lucknow. It was great to see Alumni from various batches catching up with their friends amidst laughter and good music. The guests were regaled by the soulful tunes played by Caroline and Max Peters. The attention of the crowd was drawn to the exciting 'on the spot' games conducted by emcee Ishita Basu. This year the LMGAA felicitated two ex students- Major Neha Patel who has made LMGC proud by being the first Woman officer to be commissioned in Drass which is toughest in terms of terrain and temperature in the world, where her work involved life saving casualty evacuation and Mr. Debashish Chakrabarti who had an illustrious career in the Indian Foreign Services, his last assignment being Ambassador to Ireland. They are Martinians in the true sense who lead by example. The occasion was graced by both the Principals, Mrs F. Abraham and Mr. C. McFarland. Reputed Martinians like Mr. Jaideep Mathur, Mr. Rajneesh Chopra, Justice Vishnu Sahai, Mr Rohit Dass, Mrs. Aashrita Dass, Mr Rakesh Kalra, Colonel Basil Mark, Mrs Tamana Raza, Mr. Yogesh Agarwal and Ms. Mauveen Shaw shared a good camaraderie with their friends. The evening came to an end with a sumptuous dinner which was enjoyed by one and all, making it memorable for all who were present.

RAIN DANCE - 15th August,2015

La Martiniere Girls' Alumni association organized a Rain dance on Saturday, 15th August, 2015. Students of La Martiniere Girls' College from classes 3 to 12 enjoyed dancing with their classmates to the foot tapping music by Dj Moni.



Medical Camp

A few members of the LMGAA and Project KHEL conducted the annual medical camp at Kasturba Gandhi Aawasiya Balika Vidyalaya, Barabanki. A talk on Menstrual Hygiene Management was given by Angana Prasad of Project KHEL. The students were educated about their biological clock, safety and hygiene to be followed during their periods. The session began with timid smiles and shyness which gradually gave way to enthusiasm. The students were keen and promptly answered the questions directed to them. The girls were treated to snacks and refreshing drinks followed by distribution of sanitary napkins, soap and stationery items by LMGAA and reusable sanitary napkins by Project KHEL.

Annual Prize Day

The LMGAA Medal for Exemplary Conduct was awarded to Radhika Mehra.

The LMGAA life Time Achievement Awards were given to retired staff Mr. R. Carville and Late Mrs. Monika Pant.

The LMGAA Award for Dedicated Service to the College by support staff was given to Kamala.


Reunion of Batch of 1989:

The batch of old girls of 1989 assembled in La Martiniere Girls’ College to take a walk down memory lane on 12 December 2014 to commemorate 25 years of passing out from their alma mater. Women in their 40s flew in from all parts of India even abroad to be a part of the gala. Sudeshna Basu  from Varanasi, Reshma (Banglore), Dr.Swati (New York), Dr.Shikha, Rohini and Parul (Delhi),Farah (Gurgaon),Mitu(Mumbai),Sadiqa(Bhopal),Ashima(Vadodara),Aditi(Chandigarh),Dr. Col.Rajshree(pune) and Ramanjot, Dr.Anuradha, Payal, Radhika, Ritu, Tabassum, Tarannum and Heena (Lucknow) were a part of  this 25th reunion

The reunion was full of fun, uncontrollable laughter and giggles with each one trying to recall the experiences of school days and catching up on each other’s whereabouts. They interacted with the present students of Class 9 and 11. Later they were taken on a tour of the school. In the evening, a lavish dinner was attended by all the old girls at a prominent city hotel. Many old teachers and Principal Mrs F. Abraham were also present along with Mrs. Ila Kapoor, secretary of La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association.




Career Fest



La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association organized ‘Careerfest -2014’ on the 6th and 7th of December, 2014 at La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow. It was organized with the aim to provide students information and insights into career opportunities. With the numerous options available to students today, it is of great importance that in order to succeed in their endeavours, students/parents make informed choices. This is possible only if they have been educated about the resources/prospects available.
Students from various schools of Lucknow were invited to interact with professionals from diverse areas like law, engineering, entrepreneurship, social work etc. They were also exposed to a wide array of unconventional careers like wildlife conservation, culinary skills, yoga, diet management, sculpting, cosmetology etc. Resource persons enlightened the students on their area of expertise. Masterchef Pankaj Bhadouria took a session on Food & beverage Industry, Mr. Nitin from Pack n Chew for Hotel Management, Ms. Mehru Jaffer on creative writing, Mrs. Kulsum Talha on Journalism and media, Mrs. Asma Hussain on Fashion Industry, Dr. Jamaluddin from SGPGI on Healthcare Industry & Medical, Mr. Shantanu Shastry on Fine Arts and sculpting, Mr. Mohit Singh on Entrepreurship, Mr. Rajesh Tandon on Event Management, Mr. Ashish Kapoor on CA & Banking, Dr. Garima Mehrotra on Medicine & Cosmetology, Mrs. Pooja Agarwal on Engineering, RJ Pooja on careers in radio, Ms. Angana Prasad for social work and Prof. Purnima Agarwal counselled the students on career wisdom. Ansal Group, Team Satyam, TIME Coaching, Pearl Academy and Techno group of Institutions also participated in the career fest.

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Diwali Dance Dhamaka on 20th October
La Martiniere Girls Alumni Association organized Diwali Disco Dandiya on 20th October for all the present and past students.

Founder’s Day Dinner on 13th September
La Martiniere Girls Alumni Association hosted a Founder's Day Dinner on 13th September, 2014 which saw a big turnout at a city hotel where the ex- students let their hair down for an evening of fun and frolic. Impromptu games and a La Martiniere centric quiz added gaiety to the atmosphere with Mr. Mushin, Aura Gupta, Mrs. Argo Baker, Ms. M. Shaw, Shinas, Arish, Taren Goral and Alma Mathur winning the prizes. The College hymn led by Mr. Carlyle Mc Farland was sung with utmost gusto by all present.
It was a time to relive school memories and catch up with friends. Seen enjoying the occasion were several city elite like Mr.Jaideep Mathur, Mr. Dhanush Vir Singh, Mrs. Sharmishtha Sharma, Justice Vishnu Sahai, Mrs. F. Abraham, Mr. Arvind Kumar, Mr. Rajneesh Chopra, Dr. Mala Mehra, Mrs. Neena Mathur, Nidhi and Maanav Prakash.

Rain Dance
When the Rain Gods stay away, the La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association chose to change the weather in the College garden by organising a fun - filled rain dance for the students of classes 3 to 12. The air reverberated to feet tapping music played by D J Mona as more than 500 girls let their hair down swaying to the beat.

Adopt and Plant a Tree
La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association organized the annual tree plantation drive on 27th July, 2014 to celebrate ‘Van Mahotsav’. A novel initiative was taken where the guests could adopt and plant a tree this year and dedicate the saplings to their loved ones. The saplings of jacaranda, amaltas, teak, bougainvillea and teak were planted on the campus apart from various fruit trees like guava, custard apple, banana and lime were planted in the College orchard.  The event was attended by the crème de la crème of the city. 

Puppet Show
A puppet show was organized by La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association on 18th July, 2014 in the College auditorium for the students of the Preparatory Department and the Junior School of La Martiniere Girls' College. Sri Narain Srivastava enthralled the young audience with his puppet show, which had “Obedience to Parents” as its theme. Mr. Srivastava has been in this profession for the past thirty years and has been entertaining audiences all over India. His puppet shows not only entertain children and adults alike, but also carry a social message, thereby influencing young minds in a positive way. The school auditorium was filled with thunderous applause from the children showing their delight and appreciation.

Prize Day on 22nd March

The LMGAA Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Late Mrs.Vandana Mathur [LMGC] and Mr. Trevor Savaille [LMC]. LMGAA also awarded Smt. Kariman for her dedicated services as support staff in the College. The LMGAA medal for Exemplary Conduct: Ritika Kohli.

Medical Camp

A medical camp was organized on Saturday, 29th March, 2014 at Mamata School at Itaunja by La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association, in association with the NGO KHEL and Era’s Medical College. A team of 16, including doctors, technicians and nurses from Era Medical College conducted a general health and dental checkup of all the 135 students. The doctors said that the general problems were mostly due to malnutrition and lack of hygiene. The commom dental problems among the children were tartar and cavities.
Free medicines were also distributed. The students were made aware about the cause of the disease and their preventive measures as well. Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, biscuits were distributed.


The La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association and the La Martiniere Alumni jointly hosted the Annual Reunion Dinner for the alumni on Saturday,14th December, 2013 at La Martiniere Girls' College.
The Principal's lawn overlooking the beautifully lit Khursheed Manzil was thronged with old Martinians sharing jovial camarederie while reminiscing about good old days in school. Renowned writers, Mrs. Mehru Jaffer and Mr. Akash Banerjee, alumni of the school were fecilitated for their outstanding achievements in the field of media.
The program was compered by MC- Ms.Ishita Basu who kept the audience engaged with interactive games. Aarya, Iqbal Kidwai, Gaurav Prakash, Ritika Mullick, Neena Mathur and Mr. Trevor were some of the prize winners.
'Louie and the Band' specially came down from Delhi to enthrall the crowd with their lovely music. The dance floor was full as young and old were seen grooving to the beats.
The evening was possible with the patronage and encouragment of both the Principals, Mrs. F. Abraham and Mr. C. Mc Farland.


La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association organized its annual open fete on Sunday, 1st December, 2013 at La Martiniere Girls’ College from 11am to 7pm. It was a fun filled day for Lucknowites that thronged the portals of the school. The fete boasted of delectable food stalls like momos, pizza, bread rolls and chola bhatura to name a few. A variety of crafts including furniture was exhibited at the various stalls.
The Kids' corner was bustling with activity with children enjoying the horse and tonga rides, merry go rounds, bouncies, aeroplane rides. Boys and young men were busy at the rifle shooting stall. Many were seeing enjoying thrilling games at the NGO 'KHEL' booth. Other games stalls keeping people entertained were Chocolate dip, can the can, hunt the pepsi, feeding the tyre, catapult and the lucky wheel. Mixed reactions could be seen at the fortune teller's booth!
People rushed to the dance floor and rocked to the music by DJ Moni. To top it all there was a lucky draw too for the luckiest entrant of the day!


It is the spooky and the only season when one is allowed to look their worst! The La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association organised their annual Diwali Dance Dhamaka ( D3) for present students and ex- students on 31st October at La Martiniere Girls' College which was a roaring success with over 600 girls dancing to the tunes of DJ Moni. The D3 had a Halloween twist to it and was the perfect excuse for the girls to put on their scariest Halloween costumes and dress up as vampires, monsters, ghosts, skeletons, witches, and devils. The ambience was perfect with pumpkin lampshades strewn around the hall, silhouettes of a leafless trees, bats and skulls. Vanessa Beecham won the 'Spookiest Costume', Gurleen Kaur was the 'Diwali Princess' and the elegant Sagarika Malla was chosen as the 'Diwali Queen'. There were prizes for the girl with the longest nails and hair as well. The evening came to a dazzling end with magnificent fireworks which were a delight to all present.


Founder's Day eve celebrated by LMGAA at Hotel Best Western Levana, on 12th September, 2013.


Rain dance held on the 16th of August, 2013 was an exciting afternoon for the students of La Martiniere girls as the young girls tapped to the rythm of DJ Moni. Showers of rain mingled with peals of laughter rang the air.The lush green lawns came alive as girls from the age of 7 to 17 forgot the world around them and joined in the musical rounds of DJ Moni, who was at his best. God too seemed to be happy and coupled in with La Martiniere Girls' Alumni Association as showers of blessing poured down increasing the enthusiasm of the youngsters. It was a grand way to celebrate independence week. The rhytmic beats tuned the rain dance into a very successful event.


La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association organised a magic show for the children of the Preparatory and Junior departments of the school on 26th July, 2013. Magician Mr. A.K. Banerjee of India fame, had innumerable tricks to enthral the audience as pigeons flew across the hall or a rabbit popped out of a hat. The famous ‘water of India’ left the children spell bound. Passing of swords through a wooden box with a girl inside created pin drop silence as the little ones could hardly wait to see the result.
The magician’s assistants also did a wonderful job as they artfully handled and helped him in every act


La Martiniere Girls’ Alumni Association had its annual tree plantation drive on 12th July, 2013 at 6 p.m. on the La Martiniere Girls’ College Campus. With the view of adding on to the floric beauty of the already green campus, this year the Association got saplings of fruits like pineapple, Chinese orange, Karunda and various flowers. We look forward to the flaming Gulmohar trees as the saplings grow, the sun yellow Amaltash and multi coloured Hibiscus flowers to bloom. The evening was a wonderful experience and was attended by many of the nature lovers of the city.


Another altruistic step was taken by LMGAA as it organised a health camp in Akshar Dhyan public school on 6th April, 2013. A team of 15 qualified doctors along with the paramedical staff from ERA Medical College attended to the medical problems of the school children as well as people of underprivileged backgrounds. More than hundred people benefited from the health camp including the women from near by slum areas who were able to discuss their problems with an expert gynaecologist. A general health check up (including the height and weight) of the children was also conducted. A dental and eye check up was also held for all. Expert advice was rendered on how to deal with various health problems and precautions to be taken. Medicines were also given free of cost as per requirement. After the medical examination was over, food items and packed fruit juices were distributed to all by the team from Era Medical college and the LMGAA distributed cakes of soap and biscuits.


At the Annual Prize Day of the College, the L.M.G.A.A. Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to two retired staff members, Mrs O.Shepherd [LMGC] and Mrs. B. Bobb [LMC]. L.M.G.A.A. also awarded Radheyshyam for his services as support staff in the College kitchen. The L.M.G.A.A. medal for Exemplary Conduct and the medal for Example and Service was given to Aishwarya Agarwal.A cheque worth Rs 20,000 was given to the principal for funding the education of an economically backward child. 

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