Balurghat Lalit Mohan Adarsha Uchcha Vidyalaya was established in 1949 in Beltala Park area of Balurghat after the partition of India. With just a few rooms, the school initially provided basic education to these displaced families, but as the number of students increased, it became apparent that more space was needed to accommodate them.

At this crucial juncture, a generous man donated a piece of land to the school to expand its facilities. In recognition of his generosity, the school was named after his father, and it soon established a reputation for academic excellence and community service.


Over the years, Balurghat Lalit Mohan Adarsha Uchcha Vidyalaya has continued to grow and thrive under the guidance of its distinguished headmasters, including Dhiren Kundu and Abhijit Mukherjee. These visionary leaders have worked tirelessly to ensure that the school remains at the forefront of education in the region.

Under their leadership, the school has made significant strides in improving its infrastructure and academic programs. Today, Balurghat Lalit Mohan Adarsha Uchcha Vidyalaya boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including well-equipped classrooms, science labs, and a library, as well as a highly qualified and dedicated faculty.

The school has always placed great emphasis on the holistic development of its students, encouraging them to pursue their passions and interests beyond academics. It has a thriving cultural and sports program that provides students with numerous opportunities to showcase their talents and develop their skills.

As the school celebrates its 75th anniversary, it looks back with pride on its illustrious history and looks forward to continuing its tradition of excellence in education for many years to come.