School Appointments

School Captain      -     Laxman Rawat

School Captain      -     Deepti

Head Boy               -     Laxman Singh Rawat (XII A)

Head Girls              -     Deepti Chhetri(XII)

Co-Ordinator          -     Shaifali (XII)

 

nalanda-houses

 

House Incharge


 

House Tutors

 

 

 


Captain


Vice-captain


Prefects

Mrs. Vandana Mathur


  1. Poonam Pundir
  2. Nirmal Verma
  3. Mamta Rawat
  4. Neelma Bahukhandi
  5. Meenakshi Rajput
  6. Neelam Dixit
  7. Vibhooti Bhushan Goswami

Shyamli Dhyani (XII B)


Azad Sing Rawat (XII A)


Anurag Dimri (XI B), Deepak Bhatt (XI A)

 

Nalanda was an ancient center of higher learning in Bihar, India. The site is located about 88 Km south east of Patna, and was a religious center of learning from the fifth century AD to 1197 AD. Nalanda flourished between the reign of the Sakraditya (whose identity is uncertain and who might have been either Kumara Gupta 1st or Kumara Gupta 2nd ), supported by patronage from the Hindu Gupta rulers as well as Buddhist emperors like Harsha and later emperors from the Pala Empire.




TAXILA-houses

House Incharge


 

House Tutors

 

 

 

 


Captain


Vice-captain


Prefects

Mr. Kailash Chauhan


  1. Sonia Dhasmana
  2. Rajesh Bisht
  3. Maneeta Joshi
  4. Manisha Bisht
  5. Manju Yadav
  6. Payal Sharma
  7. Vikrant Gupta
  8. Premlata

Bhumika Nautiyal (XII B)


Aparna (XII A)


Ashish Gairola (XI A)Vaishali Badola (XI B)

Taxila is a town and an important archaeological site in the Rawalpindi District of the Punjab province in Pakistan. Taxila is situated about 32Km northwest of Islamabad Capital Territory and Rawalpindi in Punjab; just off the Grand Trunk Road. It was a part of India before Pakistan came into being after partition of India.

The city dates back to the Gandhara period and contains the ruins of the Gandharan city of Taxila which was an important Hindu and Buddhist center, and is still considered a place of religious and historical sanctity in those traditions.


vikramasila-houses

House Incharge


 

 

House Tutors

 

 

 


Captain


Vice-captain


Prefects

Mr. Avinash Rawat


  1. Ms. Neelam Chauhan
  2. Ms. Rajni Dhiman
  3. Ms. Usha Nautiyal
  4. Ms. Madhu Tyagi
  5. Ms. Shivam Purohit
  6. Ms. Pushpa Negi
  7. Ms. Vinita Bhatt
  8. Ms. Rehna Malik

Lakshmi Negi (XII A)


Shashank Amoli (XII A)


Ankit Negi (XI A)Shakshi Sharma (XI B)

Vikramasila was one of the two most important centers of Buddhist learning in India during the Pala dynasty, along with Nalanda University. It was established by King Dharmapala in response to a supposed decline in the quality of scholarship at Nalanda. It is located at about 50Km east of Bhagalpur and about 13 Km north-east of Kahalgaon, a railway station on Bhagalpur-Sahebganj section of Eastern Railway.


INDRAPARASTHA-houses

House Incharge


 

 

House Tutors

 

 


Captain


Vice-captain


Prefects

Mrs. Manju Sharma


  1. Ms. Neelam Verma
  2. Ms. Deepak Rawat
  3. Ms. Sarika Aggarwal
  4. Ms. Mamta Mehandiratta
  5. Ms. Amita Bhatt
  6. Ms. Ritu Anand
  7. Ms. Neetu Chand

Pooja Rana (XII B)


Suvarna Nautiyal (XI A)


Bhyagyashree (XI A)Kuldeep (XI A)


The Mahabharata records Indraprastha as being home to the Pandavas, whose wars with the Kauravas it describes. It is believed that Indraprastha was a significant city in the Mauryan period, based on analysis of a stone carving found in the Delhi area at Srinivaspuri which records the reign of the Mauryan emperor Ashoka.