List Of Best Schools In Amritsar(Punjab) and their Reviews
Posted October 17, 2010on:
List Of Best Schools In Amritsar
1. DAV Public School
Address: Lawrence Road, Amritsar – 143001
Phone : 91-183-224603
Fax : 91-183-212793
Website – http://www.davpublicamritsar.com
About – The school started in 1982 in the B.B.K. College canteen with 200 students and 12 teachers. Today this CBSE affiliated school boasts of 6000 students and over 390 members of teaching & non-teaching staff.
The modern infrastructure offers a rich spectrum of facilities including five State-of-Art computer labs, well equipped science labs, multimedia halls with LCD projector, well stocked computerized three-storeyed library with 46656 books, 44 Journals, 12 Newspapers, seminar hall, Fine art labs, Music rooms, Dance rooms, Sitar room, Activity & Creativity rooms, Yoga, Judo & Boxing rooms, Gymnasium, Billiard room, Table Tennis room, Planetarium at junior school, Science park with open air gadgets, Hygienic tuck shop with nutritious food options, Separate sub-station for uninterrupted power supply.
For extra -curricular activities and updates – http://davpublicamritsar.com/notice/
2. DAV International School, Amritsar
Address: Bye Pass Road, Verka Chowk
Amritsar, Punjab 143501
Phone : +91-183-2264788 / 3292700
Enquiries and General Information:
About – The school which started its amazing journey with its establishment in 1998 by the DAV’s visionaries with just 187 students and 10 teachers now firmly and proudly stands as a premier institute with 3800 students and about 175 teachers.
It is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Sprawling over 8.5 acres of lush green lawns and nestled amidst highly picturesque & truly wordsworthian surroundings at Verka By-Pass Road, the school provides pollution-free & study-friendly environs for the healthy growth of its pupils. Ergonomically constructed, the three storey school building is well-equipped with all the modern infrastructure and the state-of-the-art facilities.
The school boasts of an excellent infrastructure. It has a fully computerized, well stocked library, Audio-Video room with d audio-visual aids for helping the students learn or for helping the faculty set up the curricula.
The school building comprises of Academic & Administrative Blocks, rich library, Multimedia Room, Science Lab, Computer Lab, Maths Lab, a Fully AC Conference Hall, ‘THE TWINKLING STARS’ , a separate Block for the Pre Nursery & Nursery students. IPA Room, Audio Video Room, JIL Room, Art & Craft Room, Music Room, Dance Room, Skating Room, Basketball Court, Yoga Room, a Yajna Shala, Traffic Park, and fountains are the other significant features of the school.
A National Integration Rose Park based on Geometric Shapes (Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle and Pentagon) comprising of 675 different roses of different colours have been planted. Thus this state-of-the-art infrastructure with all the modern amenities and its beautiful landscaping combined with study-friendly class rooms provide a perfect academic ambience and an ideal nurturing ground for a child to grow up as a complete personality.
•Aesthetically designed campus,
•Airy, well-lit, smart “Technology Enabled” classrooms,
•A Seminar Hall with a seating capacity of about 100 people,
•State-of-the-art Computer Labs with multimedia, Well equipped Labs (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths),
•Computer Aided Learning,
•Library with the latest books, Internet access & CDROM library, educational cassettes,
•Art & Craft Studio,
•Music & Dance Room,
•Sports such as Badminton, Hockey, Football, Basketball, Volley Ball, Cricket, Table Tennis, Aerobics, Skating, Athletics, Chess, Jump Rope & other indoor games,
•Fitness Centre / Health Gym,
•Medical Room – Regular health check-ups, Vaccination camps are organised every year in the school premises,
•Counseling & Orientation programme for students, parents and staff,
•Cultural Resource Centre,
•A hygienic School Canteen.
Admissions – Registration will be open to all irrespective of caste, colour or creed. Priority will be given to Wards of the staff, Real brother/sister of the student on rolls and General category particularly on first come first serve basis. The final decision of admission will remain with the principal, please do not request a meeting with the principal to clarify issues and questions about the admission process or policy.
Admissions are open for Classes Pre-Nur. – X for Academic Session 2009-2010.
For more details please visit http://davintschool.org/aspxpages/Pages/Admissions.aspx
3. Spring Dale School, Amritsar
Address: Fatehgarh Road, Amritsar – 143 001 Punjab (India)
+91-183-2710011, 2711764, 5016233, 5016244, 5016255
Website – http://www.springdaleeducation.com
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About – The foundation stone of the institute was laid by Bhagat Puran Singh, in 1981, who was a famous social worker. Mr. S. Surinder Singh Sandhu and Late Mrs. Davider Pal Kaur Sandhu were also instrumental in doing the groundwork for setting up this institution. The motto of the school is ‘Excelsior’. The school provides individual care for students in the age group of six to eighteen years. They have a junior school in Green Avenue Amritsar.
We at Spring Dale Senior School, believe in imparting knowledge through practical applications. We have made sincere efforts in setting up ultra modern laboratories for teaching various subjects in an all effective and interesting way.
Smart class is a digital initiative of Spring Dale that transforms teaching through the apt use of technology. With this innovative and meaningful use of technology, we aim at bringing abstract concepts to life, making learning ever more effective and enjoyable.
Mathematics laboratory set-up is another added facility that we at Spring Dale provide. Being activity-centered, the child is placed in problem solving situation and through exploration, he or she provides a solution based on his or her experience, needs, and interests. The students here perform mathematical experiments, play mathematical games and solve mathematical puzzles.
A network of 200 computers well connected with ISDN facility guarantees individual access to computer for each student. These computer labs are separate for the students of junior, senior and pre-college wing.
Science Park makes science principles become very engaging and engrossing for the students. When they learn various scientific concepts like mechanics, sound, light, meteorology etc. in informal ways before them, they no more dread the complexities. The students actually get a clear insight into it and get innovative.
The unique concept of space lab widens the horizon of young minds and enters them into the enticing world of research. They become aware and dream to explore the unexplored.
The school has three A/V rooms that concretize the concepts in book for the students. It catalyses the understanding process and clears many doubts that students generally have when they read only through the books.
Davinder Pal Center for Performing Arts
Confidence and Self-belief is what one derives through participation and performance.
The real world demands performance and practicality. We not only endeavor to teach distinctive arts to our students, rather we wish to derive the best out of them too. The students of Spring Dale are taught, keeping all this in mind and thereby present their skills in the field of histrionics, dance, music and ‘Gatka’ – the traditional martial art form.
1.Dramatics: In dramatics we focus on:
◦Subduing stage fright
2.Dance (Laya-Taal) improves dancing techniques and informs the students regarding the advantages of different techniques.
3.Dhol: Being the most electric dance form, dhol has been a revolution. Spring Dale made a valiant effort to promote this dance form. It effectually came up with a vigorous performance which included 50 dholis, most of them being its students.
4.Gatka, an eternal martial art of the Sikhs needs to be revived because of its colonial importance. Spring Dale aimed at reviving this art and its students performed Gatka in its Performance activities 2002.
5.Vocal Music (Gayaki) is a premiere effort to inculcate spiritual singing habits in the form of Bhajans, Shabads etc. among various students.
6.Instrumental Music is another music form that is taught through electronic boards, violins, tabla, drums and guitars. Spring Dale is the first school in North India and amongst the top three in the country to have a Casio Keyboard Lighting Lab facility.
Davinder Pal Center for Creative Arts
This centre is the creation of the late visionaries Dr Shivinder Singh Sandhu and Mrs Manveen Sandhu. The centre dedicated to
Mrs. Davinder Pal Kaur lays emphasis on indulging students in the field of creativity and imagination.
•Nurturing youth with the significance of art
•Polishing creative skills
•Introducing students to Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
•Rejuvenating old art forms
•Developing an eye for laborious work
“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle
Through the Creative Arts segment, we wish to impart a vibe of inspiration and insight within the students. May it be normal drawings made by students at junior level or may it be innovative artistic creations like Madhubani, Warli etc., students can indulge in distinctive cultural skills through this segment. Apart from this, students can learn sketches, painting, sculpture, model making and other arts.
•Craft: Here emphasis is laid on making different uses of recycled material innovatively.
•Pottery (Terracotta): It aims to invigorate and revive old cultural arts of pottery and introduces students to the sharp and creative labour of old times.
•Tie and Dye (Bandhini): Splendid tie and dye methodology is taught at this level.
•Cooking (Flavours): This section aims to make cooking interesting for the students along with apprising them about the nutritional value and element composition of distinctive food types. Moreover with the increasing imperativeness of hotel management industries etc., it opens another gate for honing cooking skills of talented students.
•Sculpture: Being an imperative form of public art, sculpture initiates students towards carving clay or other cast- off material. Team work, art creation etc. are major unique points in this sector.
•Photography: From basic camera skills to typical use of digital and somewhat technical cameras, students learn all here.
•Graphic: Highly persuading section among students as it focuses on the use of computers and software like Photoshop, Illustrator and 3-D Max, which children find appealing.
•Calligraph: Through this art, students are exposed to various writing techniques and designing fonts thereby enhancing the art of beautiful handwriting.
•Needle Work: To imbibe better hand eye coordination, this lovely art is incorporated and involves the use of a piece of cloth, a needle and thread including materials like matte and net.
•Oil Painting is another interesting art form that allows students to paint various themes related to real life.
Library at Spring Dale is systematically designed. Moreover, its ambience encourages the students to read. With an enormous seating capacity of around 120 seats, this alcove comprises books, magazines and journals pertaining to distinctive subjects. Also, there are latest issues of Time Magazine, IT and CSE publications etc.
The school completely realizes the growing stress and anxiety that the modern generation comes across at various levels in their growth. The Counseling division of the school aims at holistic growth of each of their students. It has the “The Life Skills” programme for the student that takes care of the growing needs of the students as individuals.
In this programme, a wide spectrum of issues related to adolescence are addressed. It is a genuine attempt to equip students with the courage and strength to grow well with its focus on biological, psychological and socio cultural dimension. When such life skills are imparted to them, it enables them to foster healthy relationships and to play leadership roles.
1.Science Club: Student members of this club discuss on latest and important scientific issues, inventions as well as pragmatic uses of various scientific techniques etc. and all this is followed by proper debates so that more and more of ideas could be confidently generated.
2.Interact Club: Formal meeting styles, methods of communication, style of interaction etc. formulates a key part in normal discussions and social gatherings. To be able to present oneself uniquely and converse confidently is the aim of this club. Rotary Club meetings and regular seminars are organized for carving students of this club.
3.Environment Club: World is harmed by the ever lasting environmental issues. Spring Dale considers its social obligation to try its best to help out the society in solving these issues. Its Environment club actively participated in ‘Go Green’ campaign and other problems on eco system, water conservation and noise pollution etc. are also regularly discussed by members of this club, thereby bringing awareness among students.
4.Performing Arts Club: The major purpose of the Davinder Pal Centre for Performing Arts has been to perform eclectic types of plays, dances etc. which touch various issues and thereby create awareness among everyone regarding various societal problems.
5.Literary Club: This club creates intellectuals among the students by arranging a variety of public speaking activities like debates, declamations, read-a-thons and other writing competitions. Exceptional and highly competitive contests in this club have led it to produce some renowned scholars, writers and speakers.
6.SPICMACAY i.e. Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture is an association formed to relive and rejuvenate past heritage and culture. Many conventions, plans, programmes have been organized by SPICMACAY to bring its youth close to the traditional heritage. Spring Dale’s Heritage club also holds seminars, exhibition etc. to promote various cultural artifacts.
7.ICT Club: IT Industry and Computer related trends and inventions are regularly discussed and apprised by this group so that the students are in touch with what’s happening in their field and prepare in line with the present demands. Also various serious issues like hacking etc. are actively discussed to stop its evil effects on the society.
8.Maths Club: For the mathematical genius, this club makes adequate provisions, may it be by holding several numerical contests or may it be by telling distinctive ways of studying mathematical techniques. Mathematical lab is also used to enhance skills of students of this club.
9.Youth for change: Youth is the future and if they are taught and are aware of the various society related issues, the future lies in safe hands. Wearing helmets, avoiding talking on mobiles while driving, saving electricity and water etc. are some of the issues discussed and tackled by this club. This helps in creating leaders out of students.
The imperativeness of youth needs no introduction and to enforce this fact, Spring Dale decided to bring forth its students on the front seat so that they could learn and emerge as effective citizens of the society. The Student Council is an elective body of students’ representatives. This Council allows the students to confidently interact with faculty and other senior members on various issues.
Through this section, Spring Dale unfolds the idea of healthy discussions amongst students, parents and faculty. This allows the students to open up and prepares them well for the challenging world outside the school ambience.
4. Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1, Amritsar
Address: Amritsar Cantt, Amritsar.
Contact – 0183 2560677, 2563677
Website – http://www.kv1amritsar.com/a/
About: The Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1 was established in the year 1975 to academically cater to the requisites of the wards of the military officers. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education the school provides secondary and higher secondary education in the school premises to more than 2300 students in the classes that start from Kindergarten to class 12.
Each class is segregated into 5 sections. The faculty strength is more than 100 members. Instructions are given in the classes on all subjects. The medium of instruction is English. The school maintains playgrounds and play courts for the students.
Two fully air-conditioned computer centre with adequate number of computers and a trained computer instructor help in keeping pace with new trends in Information Technology. Computer Science have been introduced as an elective subject at the senior-secondary level from the session 1999-2000. Spacious and well ventilated classrooms, well equipped Science and Geography Laboratories and a Junior Science Laboratory help to develop a scientific attitude among the students.
5. St. Francis School, Amritsar
Address: St.Francis School 31,
Website – http://stfrancisschoolasr.com
About – The school is affiliated to ICSE board. All prospective candidates from Nursery to V class must get their names registered at the school office. The dates of registration shall be intimated through the principal’s circular. No registration shall be made prior to the dates specified. Registration for the Nursery, LKG and UKG is taken at the minimum age of three, four and five on the 1st of April.
Duly filled form should be submitted along with the required documents as early as possible. The validity of registration is only 30 days from the date of registration. Incomplete forms will not be considered for admission and will be rejected. False documents or unauthorized changes in the certificate will lead to cancellation of registration.
— Admission —
There shall be a written test followed by an interview for admission. Selection will be strictly on merit, subject to the availability of seats in each class.
— Admission Requirements —
From Nursery to UKG Birth certificate showing the date of birth from the Municipality/Hospital should be produced at the time of admission. No affidavit will be accepted. If it is found that a false birth certificate has been produced to obtain admission, the candidate will be barred from studying in this institution. Date of birth as shown in the birth certificate once registered cannot be altered on any account.
From I Std onwards Admission will be granted only after submitting an Original Transfer Certificate from the last attended school showing the date of birth and class in which the child was studying.
An attested copy of most recent results available from the previous school, if any should be submitted along with the application duly completed. Copies of the certificates submitted are not returnable.
The admission procedure will be complete only when the child is issued an admission card and fee no. after submitting the necessary documents and depositing the fees.
— After Admission every student is required to take —
2. Punjabi, Hindi
4. Science ( Physics ,Chemistry, Biology)
6. Environmental education
7. Physical Education/ Computer Application
8. Socially Useful Productive Work.
— Computer Education —
There is no area in life untouched by computers. Hence students will be handicapped if there are not introduced to the computers. From class III onwards we give computer knowledge. Computer education is the part of their curriculum and a compulsory subject. Only in IX they have option for computer application or physical education.
— Co- Curricular Activities —
Through a number of co- curricular and cultural activities students are enabled to reveal their innate potentialities and talents. They develop and enrich various facets of their personality, quality, leadership, self- confidence, sportsmanship, team spirit and initiative. Mainly co- curricular activity contests are held to develop the skills of children.
— Sports & Games —
All round development of a person inevitably needs the experience and excellence in the field of sports and games. Realization that healthy vitality is of vast importance to successful living and the determination to maintain it will enable one to sue this field to the fullest. As per the ICSE syllabus sports and games is an essential part of curriculum and special coaching is given to the students. Capable instructors are provided and excellence in individual performance is given special attention.
— School Fees —
1. Tuition fee from Nursery to UKG will be collected in school office.
2. Tuition Fee from I to X will be collected Quarterly in Indian Overseas Bank in advance.
3. All the details of the fee collection wil be given in the Fee-Book.
4. No students will be permitted to write examination without fee clearance.
5. No cheques will be accepted at the fee counter. No refund will be done once the receipt is issued.
6. The school reserves the right to revise the fee structure annually in order to meet the rise in expenditure due to the increase in the cost of living.
— Procedure for Withdrawal —
Students can be removed or withdrawn from the school as under:
1) By giving one calendar months’ notice in.writing.
2) By the school authorities on any one of the following grounds.
Constant weakness in studies
Irregularity in attendance
Over-age in class
Non-payment of the fees of chronic irregularity in payment
Moral breach considered serious by the School Committee.
Non co-operation of the parents to the school authorities.
Disobedience to the school rules,& regulations.
Note: No students will be furnished discharge certificate until all the school dues, including fine that is unpaid, to the school are realized.
6. Delhi Public School, Amritsar
Address- NH-1, 11TH K.M. MILESTONE G.T. ROAD, MANAWALA,
AMRITSAR – 143115.
TEL. 0183-2440744, 2440755, 6530744
Website – http://www.dpsasr.net
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission and Registration – http://www.dpsasr.net/admission/registration.php
About – The Delhi Public School, Amritsar was established in the year 2003 with its first academic session starting from the 16th of April. The school has classes from nursery to class 12. The eminent academic institute follows the syllabus laid down by the Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE) which conducts the secondary and the higher secondary examination.
The infrastructure of the school is provided with a spacious campus that has playgrounds and play courts. Music rooms and dance floors are present in the school along with the laboratories, computer room and a well furnished library.
The Delhi Public School of Amritsar works under the endorsement and guidance of the DPS Society that has included a trained and knowledgeable faculty to instruct the students. The Delhi Public School at Amritsar is a co-educational school where boys and girls are given instructions in English.
7. Indus World School, Amritsar
Address: IWS Amritsar
222, Silver Estate, Majitha Bypass, Amritsar
Phone: 0183 – 2264399 / 2264400
Mobile: 09915 090 944
The Indus World School and its sister concern, the Ananda School, are promoted by the Nalanda Foundation (NF) – an educational society created with the sole aim of providing quality learning comparable to the best in the world. NF was co-founded by a passionate group of educators from various fields: Technology, Management, Design, etc. and are alumni of leading institutes in the country, viz. IITs, IIMs and NID. They share a common vision of ‘a place of learning with a difference’ – one that is futuristic, and nurtures tomorrow’s leaders.
8. Alexandra school Amritsar
Address: Queens Road, Amritsar – 143001,
Board in::ICSE, Affiliated to:ICSE C
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/pages/ALEXANDRA-SCHOOL-AMRITSAR/115891075109872
9. Ajanta Public School
Basant Avenue, White Avenue
Board – CBSE
Facebook Page – http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=5856058545
10. Holy Heart Presidency School
Address: Affiliated to I.C.S.E. New Delhi (No. Pu047)
Lane No. 2, Ranjit Vihar, Loharka Road,
Opp. Ranjit Avenue (E-Block),
Ph. +91-0183-2507214, 2507215
Email : email@example.com
Admission – http://holyheartschools.org/admission.htm
Website – http://holyheartschools.org
About – Holy Heart Presidency School, Amritsar, set up in the year 2000 has its own campus with a built up area of 5000+ sq. yards in 7.5 acres piece of land. It has all the facilities to raise the students according to the International standards. Holy Heart Presidency is one of the few ICSE schools remarked as the best by the ICSE Inspection team.
The school has a distinction of its own being the only school built up according to Vastra Shastra to train the minds (Students) in the best possible atmosphere. The winds coming from right direction enter the rooms & build the right type of atmosphere in which right attitudes & characters are built.
A school produces the future of the nation. Thus school should be designed very carefully so that the teachers should teach well and students should perform best, if not then the students will not be able to concentrate in studies, will become adamant and inefficient citizens. Holy Heart Presidency is one and the only school in the city which is made totally according to Vaastu-Shastra.
The school’s Administrative Block is designed in such a way to have a perfect balance in the moment of work and the office is in the control of the Principal. The office is right at the entrance having images of God and who so ever enters the office, the negativity of that person diminishes to zero.
Apart from this the total infrastructure has been created in the south direction which is ideal according to VAASTU SHASTRA. School entrance, Swimming pool, Washrooms, Aqua rooms, Landscaping, Waterfalls, Students’ sitting plan and many other aspects of school’s infrastructure are in perfect harmony with VAASTU SHASTRA.
11. Amritsar Public School
N Canal, G T Road, Focal Point Road, Amritsar – 0183 2588001
12. GD Goenka Public School Amritsar
Address – NH-1, Off G. T. Road,
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph : 0183-2440011,12,13
Website – http://www.gdgoenkaamritsar.com
Admission – http://www.gdgoenkaamritsar.com/admission_procedure.php
City Office: RBKC Towers,
Rani Ka Bagh, Amritsar.
Ph: 0183-3256676, 2402486
About – The best of infrastructural facilities, high-tech labs, well-stocked library and medical room, huge playgrounds, cafe, etc. The prerequisites that make for a wonderful school life – are available, by default, to all Goenkans.
The school boasts of highly experienced and dynamic teachers believe in imparting knowledge the unconventional way. Our academic pursuits, along with a range of extracurricular activities, help in honing a child’s skills and ensuring that he/she grows to be a mature, responsible citizen.
School boast of certain features which only goenkan’s have in India:-
Building management systems inclusive of electrical, mechanical and security control through one of its kind systems “IBMS” which works as the Nerve center.
CCTV surveillance at all entrance, exits and classrooms for enhanced security.
For the first time parents can see their children studying in school through internet and personalized Login ID’s. Interactive web portal for parents, staff & students for real-time assessment of school & students.
Wi-Fi enabled campus.
Fleet of deluxe AC buses with global positioning system (GPS) helping in tracking vehicle through internet anytime and also telephone connectivity on board to meet any requirement most promptly.
Well designed uniform for students has been conceived and made by NIFT, Delhi, with special attention to footwear, which was designed by Reebok, especially for Goenkans, keeping in view the comfort and styling of the students.
Specially formulated text books and note books by “Classmate” which are registered in name of Goenka, implying the well researched techniques of teaching. Every subject note book follows a unique colour pattern both in outlook as well as contents, made exclusively for the Goenkans.
Medical Room with trained professionals including qualified Child psychologist.
13. Saraswati DAV Girls S.S.School
Contact : Mrs. Bharti Sachdeva, Principal
Address : Dhab Khatikan, Amritsar, Punjab, India 143 001
Phone : 91-183-545647
Website : http://www.davindia-asr.org/
14. Arya Grils Senior Secondary School
Contact : Principal
Address : Lohgarh, Amritsar, Punjab, India 143 001
Phone : 91-183-542118
Website : http://www.davindia-asr.org/
15. BBK. DAV. Senior Secondary School
Contact : R.L. Sharma, Principal
Address : Katra Mahan Singh, Amritsar, Punjab, India 143 001
Phone : 91-183-556547
Website : http://www.davindia-asr.org/
16. DAV Senior Secondary School
Contact : J.P. Shoor, Principal
Address : Amritsar, Punjab, India 143 001
Phone : 91-183-548465
Fax : 91-183-548465
Website : http://www.davindia-asr.org/
17. Manav Public School
18. P.B.N. Senior Secondary School
19. S.L. Public School
Opp. Shivala Bhaiyan
20. S.S.S.S. High School
The Mall Road
21. Ajit Vidyalya
22. Alexendra High School
23. Alpine Public School
24. Amritsar Public School
25. Arun Rashmi Sainik School
26. Arya Girls Senior Secondary School
Amritsar – 143001
27. Ashok Vatika Public School
28. B.K. Educational Industrial School For Girls
29. B.K. High School
30. B.R. Modern Senior Secondary School
31. Bhabha Senior Secondary School
32. Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan
33. Cedar Spring High School
Rani Ka Bagh
34. D.A.V. Public School
35. D.G. High School
East Mohan Nagar
36. Dayanand Public School
37. Govt. Industrial Training School
38. Govt. J.B.T. School
39. Guru Nanak Girls Higher Senior School
40. Hindu Sabha School
41. Holy Heart High School
42. Jagat Jyoti Senior Secondary School
Rani Ka Bagh
43. Madhav Vidya Niketan
Rani Ka Bagh
Please let us know your reviews and experiences on the above schools and also about the names of the schools we might have missed. The list is not exhaustive nut indicative.