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The Vidhyanjali International School

The Vidhyanjali International School, an exclusive CBSE Co-Ed school at Indore, was established under the aegis of Prakhar Education Society in 2008 to meet the demand for quality education for a child. Within a short span of time it has acquired the reputation of being one of the “Most Happening Girl’s School” of Indore. The instiuition truly believes in imparting quality education. With the completion of 10 fruitful years, the school now turns Co-Ed giving equal opportunities....

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Kerala School Vikaspuri

Head/Principal : Mrs Jayanthi (M.Sc B.Ed) The School was started in 1975. Kerala School located in M Block Vikaspuri New Delhi is a Co-Educational Senior Secondary institution affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Provisional basis since 1975. The school has been operating officially under the trust/society Kerala Education Society...

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St. John’s High School Nagarbhavi

St. John’s is firmly committed to the cause of education with emphasis on innovative concepts and techniques. The School inculcates a strong sense of nationalism in its students and appreciation of Indian art and culture. Along with intellectual nourishment, the school’s curriculum incorporates a rich , cultural and aesthetic program . Students are given ample opportunities to explore their hidden strengths and potential . Most of the activities are channelised towards giving students an insight into their true personality. A wide range of activities and competitions like debating , elocution, singing , dancing , painting , dramatics, instil a sense of leadership and self- confidence in...

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ADLS Sunshine School

An institution having a strong desire to serve the community. ADLS Sunshine School is run by Andhra Dramatic and Literary Society. We are affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. We also run a Hindi Medium school affiliated to Jharkhand...

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Burn Hall School

The first Prefect Apostolic of this mission was Msgr. Ignatius Brouwer who made Rawalpindi his headquarters. On 13th July 1888, at the time of Maharaja Pratap Singh in Srinagar, Msgr. Ignatius Brouwer obtained permission from the Viceroy to stay in Kashmir. Fr. Daniel Kilty was the first missionary to have set foot in Kashmir. He later went to Leh in August 1888 where he fell ill and died on 23rd April, 1889. The Mill Hill Presence in the dawn of the 20th century was felt in the persons of Msgr. Ignatius Brouwer, Msgr. Winkely, Frs. Densen, Kuhan and Simons. In 1930, Msgr. Winkely died in Rawalpindi and Fr. O’Donoqhoe was placed in charge of the Prefecture. He with the help of Fr. C.B. Simons established St. Joseph’s School,...

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