Shri Ahmedkhan Dost Mohmmadkhan Lohani Parisar was donated to the Trust by Bai Rajbibi and Bai Sakinabibi, the widows of Late Captain Shri Ahmedmiyan D. Lohani.
Shri Panalal Chamanlal Kothari 'Aatithya' (Guest House) was established with the donation received from Aroni Charitable Trust in the year 1996. It is a guest house with all modern facilities used by the guests of the Trust. It is situated at Veerkoova Campus, Dairy Road, Palanpur.
Shashivan - Jahanara Baug is an attempt by the Trust to restore the city to its original identity of ‘The City of Flowers’. A very old garden named ‘Jahan Ara Baug’ which had turned barren was leased by the trust for 25 years and has been developed into a beautifully landscaped public park– ‘Shashivan – Jahan Ara Baug’. This was made possible due to the generous donation of the family of Smt. Shashiben Kantilal Mehta.
Smt. Sushilaben Dalpatbhai Parikh Museum and Art Gallery This is the Trust’s effort to preserve the culture and history of Palanpur. The museum will house and display among many other aspects, the history, geography, folklore, flora and fauna, performing arts and traditions, architecture, life style, industries. The Taleybaug building is being transformed into a museum.
Sanstha Mahiti Vibhag was formed in the year 2003 with a view to establishing a common centre for information, reporting, public relations, examination, publication, educational analysis and survey, data collection, display of achievements of the Institutes etc. This is a supporting centre for all the Institutes managed by Vidyamandir Trust.
School Bus Facility has been available to the students coming from the distant areas of Palanpur . It also makes it easy to arrange educational tours. The bus service of the Trust was started in the year 1964. Presently there are 6 buses. There is the staff of 13 people including drivers, conductors and a clerk. The facility of bus is provided to 700 children from Balmandir to Std. 7 of GSM as well as that of EMS. The bus brings and drops the children from and at all the areas of Palanpur city and its surroundings.
The bus department provides free facility to 175 visually divyang, hearing divyang and mentally divyang children of Mamtamandir for commuting from their Hostel to School.