LXL Ideas, formerly EduMedia, is a community of inspired people who make learning fun & engaging by creating lessons of life. We make award-winning films, organise large-impact events, publish authoritative writing and deliver holistic research & training for students, parents and educators.

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The training arm of EduMedia, Activity pioneered organized life skills learning as part of the school curriculum in India in 1997. Activity specializes in designing & delivering need-based training programs to private and government school students, teachers and principals. Activity creates research-based content on issues related to the psycho-social development of students and empowers them to secure a better future for themselves.



School Cinema is a learning module on life skills, values & attitudes, developed through research and taught using short films and thought-provoking workbooks.

School Cinema is creating a positive impact on children using the powerful and enjoyable medium of cinema. Over 5,00,000 students in more than 600 schools across India, Nepal and the Middle East use School Cinema as part of their life skills learning curriculum.



Krayon, the events vertical of EduMedia, specializes in conceptualizing, planning and executing school contact programs and youth events. While providing the highest quality of service to our clients, we also ensure that we consciously add value to a child’s life. Since 2005, Krayon has been known for its exceptional event design, execution capabilities and impeccable quality of work. Krayon events reach out to over 3 million kids annually.



Mentor is EduMedia’s initiative focused on School Leadership, Principals and Educators. Over the past 5 years, Mentor has established itself as India’s most respected monthly print magazine. It is a platform for everyone involved in the well being of students to share best practices, concerns and innovative educational practices. Mentor is a voice of school education and it aims to be a resource of contemporary methods of learning that will enable educators to learn and grow.


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School Cinema looks at replacing the conventional moral science classes, which still use books, to stress on important elements in the subject.

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